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Thoughts on Constitution Day: Understanding Positive Grant and Limited Government

Guest essay by Michael Boldin Today is a day that’s not celebrated like many other “holidays” in American society. You see, September 17th is Constitution Day—a day that appears to be nearly forgotten in America. Sadly, over the years, people have stopped paying attention to the Constitution. It’s rare to hear people talking about the […]

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The Closed Womb

Essay by Gail Grace Nordskog I love getting up between five thirty and six o’clock a.m., before the noise and the distractions of the day begin—having a nice hot cup of coffee while reading my Bible and journaling, out on our back deck in the beautiful harbor of Ventura, California, where I live. This is […]

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Happy with Government Care? Loot at the American Indian

Guest essay by Bill Federer The Pulitzer Prize winning book Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies, written by Jared Diamond (1997), documented that throughout human history hunter-gathering peoples were always subdued by civilizations which had mastered domestication of grains and animals—from Mesopotamia to Indonesia, to Africa, to the Pacific Islands, to the […]

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URGENT: A Call to Prayer for Millions in the Path of Hurricane Irma

As I write, Hurricane Irma has reached Category 5, with maximum sustained winds of 175 mph. The National Hurricane Center calls it “the strongest hurricane in the Atlantic basin outside of the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico in the NHC records” (emphasis added). The NHC says Irma “will bring life-threatening wind, storm surge, and rainfall hazards to portions […]

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You Americans are so Gullible

Guest essay by William Federer “You Americans are so gullible…You won’t accept Communism outright, but we’ll keep feeding you small doses”—Khrushschev, 1959 In an attempt to warn the nation, the Democrat Congressman from Florida, Albert S. Herlong, Jr., read into the U.S. Congressional Record, January 10, 1963, the list of Communist goals for America (Vol […]

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What Do “Green Jobs” Produce?

Guest essay by E. Calvin Beisner Cornwall Alliance advisory board member H. Sterling Burnett published a good piece in the Washington Times recently that rebuts claims about “Green jobs” in two ways. Burnett points out that in response to President Donald Trump’s saying one reason to withdraw from the Paris climate accord was that staying in would drive energy […]

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France’s Reign of Terror

Guest essay by Bill Federer France’s King Louis XVI sent his navy and troops to help America gain independence from Britain, for which France gained very little in return, except enormous debt. On the verge of financial collapse, France experienced a famine in 1788. The people blamed the King. Anti-monarchists referred to Queen Marie Antoinette […]

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The Declaration of Independence—July 4, 1776

Guest essay by Bobbie Ames The Christian Idea of Man and Government in America’s History Early in our country’s history, the mother country caused great distress among her children. American colonists opposed the English government’s Declaratory Acts, Stamp Act, and other measures. Counted among the opponents were the Whigs, Patriots, and the Sons of Liberty. […]

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Flag Day 2017

Guest essay by Bill Federer Thirteen Stars and Thirteen Stripes. On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress selected the Flag of the United States. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson designated JUNE 14 as “National Flag Day.” “I…call your attention to the approach of the anniversary of the day upon which the Flag of the […]

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President Trump Lifted Gag Order

Guest essay by Bill Falling Last week, President Trump lifted the “Gag Order” off the church, and the non-profit organizations from political activity.  Preachers and Pastors, along with University Presidents can endorse candidates for public office, and can verbally oppose corrupt candidates for public office.  This should have been a cause of celebration in every […]

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