No government or official at any level of government in the United States can claim “the absolute right” to do anything in consequence of the delegated powers vested in the office they hold.
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If progressives were honest about wanting to limit political pressure from government decisions, they would do well to recall Thomas Jefferson’s words: “That government is best which governs least.”
It’s unconstitutional because America’s Founders never envisioned the federal government having this much power to extract so much of our earnings and to spend it on social engineers.
Well, it’s not breaking news, but it’s worth noting as President Trump and Congress spar over spending, that the national federal debt exceeds $20,000,000,000,000 — and is rising by the minute.
Why is this so hard for so many people to understand? Government has no money of its own. It only has what it can take from us in fees and taxes.
Here’s to an end to pretending evil is praiseworthy and for a new era in which God-ordained government can be trusted to punish evil doers and suppress evil.
Because I was unsure if the charges against Judge Roy Moore were true, had I lived in Alabama, I would have voted for him, since I much preferred his moral vision to that of Doug Jones.
Social justice warriors (SJWs) on the Left never lift a finger to actually help their neighbour – but they are more than happy to vote for more handouts.
Has the government now become a friend of religious liberty again? We’re going to be talking about this on Faith and Freedom.
“Congress shall make no law” prevents tyranny; “respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” promotes liberty.
Government of the people, by the people, and for the people requires vigilance by the people to protect our unalienable rights.
Leftids want all the blessings God can give us, and look to receive them at the hands of government. That’s what makes it a religion.
As a nation we have struggled with the question of abortion since the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973, a prime example of the judiciary exceeding the limits placed by the Constitution.
Recently, Jake MacAulay of the Institute on the Constitution, shared his opinions on the role of government in an article titled What is the Purpose of Government? In his introduction he states:
There is a God. Our rights come from Him. The purpose of civil government is to protect and secure God given rights.
Our founding fathers recognized that the role of Christianity in government, with its revolutionary statement, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” was to help people become better citizens, thus resulting in more personal and civil liberty.
The propaganda: civil government cares for all your needs. In fact the lie is promoted that government can provide for all your wants as well.
When Christians disobey government, they must do so based on biblical principles, accept the consequences, and not whine about “suffering for Jesus.”
In the words of John Adams, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for the government of any other.”
The condition of Christianity in the Middle East may now be as imperiled as it has been at almost any time in the last 2,000 years. This is particularly true in Iraq.
No government entity has the authority to license, commission, accredit, and certify any Christian ministry–unless said groups go hat in hand asking for state or federal funds.
The preamble to the Constitution reflects both the requirement of effective law and what the people declare to be the first purposes of the government.
In the battle for God’s Institution of Marriage, there has not been much good news, but the problem confronting us has roots going back more than 100 years.
In God’s own time, there will be world government: the kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ, whose right it is to rule. This is what God’s word teaches us.
Here are a few built-in limitations to government that liberals and other statists will never understand. Their ideology forbids them to accept these as true. Nevertheless, they are.
Statutory law makes clear that the President of the United States has complete authority to enforce immigration law and to protect the American people from threats posed by people from other nations.
How did Trump “persuade” Carrier? Initial news reports including in the Wall Street Journal, say Carrier was promised $7 million in tax breaks.
A truly secular godless government is merely those with the greatest money and power forcing their arbitrary will on the masses.
Here are a few basic principles of reality that are often ignored. They bear repeating. But be warned: you can’t embrace reality and still be a liberal.
All of these, and more, flow naturally, inevitably, from the cockeyed humanist project to set man up in place of God: and for “man” read “government.”