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MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 3

The Christian Nature Of The American Experiment In the last post in this series, MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 2, we left off with a conundrum. For the sake of our souls, each of us must voluntarily take … Continue reading

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TWO POSTS AT “THE LIFE PROJECT”

Don Merritt is steadily working his way through the Book of Romans. Recently, he realized a lack of “planning.” Obviously I haven’t planned very well, for we have arrived at these verses at a moment in time where many of us don’t … Continue reading

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THE STATE OF THE UNRAVELING ON INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4, 2015

Article II., Section 3 of The United States Constitution says the following. He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and … Continue reading

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DON’T GIVE UP! Fight Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and Trade Adjustment Assistance

My congressman is Representative Rob Wittman (VA-01). Here is what emailed to my congressman at house.gov I appreciate your opposition to giving the president fast-track authority for the TPP, and I would like you to continue that opposition. I have several … Continue reading

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WHY CHARACTER MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Yesterday I thought about posting this post, but I needed to get some sleep. So I decided upon this reblog, Due Process of Law, #1: Can a Law be Unlawful?, to introduce the subject. Consider leaders such as those shown above. Why … Continue reading

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