Standing for Biblical Marriage – KrisAnne Hall

Constitutional educator par excellence KrisAnne Hall tells pastors to lead their flocks out of Babylon. No licenses … no 501(c)(3) … no more unequal yoking with Caesar.

See Revelation 18:4.

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The Supreme Court Just Gave American Evangelicals a Gift

Food for the Thinkers:

“We have been given a gift: The Supreme Court ruling means we can stop throwing our time and money into fighting same sex marriage and fulfill the words of Matthew 25.”

Originally posted on Ed Cyzewski :: Freelance Writer:

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Evangelicals are tenacious, persistent, and driven when they want to fight for a cause. The problem is that American evangelicals have been swept up in fighting for the wrong cause for a long time.

When the Supreme Court ruled to make same sex marriage the law of the land, American evangelicals received a gift that many don’t want: official permission to fight for people in need instead of fighting against same sex marriage.

Whatever you believe about same sex marriage, the role of government, and the future of the church in America, disagreeing with same sex marriage on moral grounds does not demand a public campaign to prevent it from becoming legally sanctioned. While I remain committed to creating room for affirming and non-affirming evangelicals who unite under the common banner of saving faith in Christ, evangelicals in America should have never made legalized same sex marriage a central moral…

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Fifteen Questions that Are Being asked about the Charleston Shooting

Food for the Thinkers:

DON’T believe every conspiracy theory you read.
DON’T believe everything the MSM tells you.
Do your own research. Use your brain!

Originally posted on James Perloff:

DISCLAIMER: I was not in Charleston and did not witness the event. I am not asserting that Dylann Roof did not commit the crime attributed to him. If the tragedy occurred just as the media has said, my heart goes out to the victims’ families, and nothing here is intended to disparage the memory of the dead.

However, those who realize America has long been run by a shadow oligarchy know our country has experienced many false flags. Some have been used to attempt to bring us into wars, such as the sinking of the Maine, the sinking of the Lusitania, the foreknown attack on Pearl Harbor, the artificially contrived Korean War, the Tonkin Gulf-induced Vietnam War, the attack on the USS Liberty, 9/11, and the various pretexts used for multiple Middle Eastern wars that General Wesley Clark says were foretold to him…

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Are Today’s Youth Any Worse Than YOU Were?

Food for the Thinkers:

I graduated from HS in NJ in 1979 and we used to have RAAAAAAAAAAGING beer & weed parties all the time. It was a small town where everyone was at most 2 degrees of separation from everyone else. News traveled fast. And the cops almost never showed up. Indeed, “local cops” came before “cherry tops” in Springsteen’s “Jungle Land”. The thuggery displayed by these cops here was absolutely unthinkable.

Lots of great points here.

And here’s the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R46-XTqXkzE

Originally posted on Gigi Bowman: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Clean Food:

How many of you “old folks” (before the days of social networking) ever went to a party in your youth that got out of hand? You know the kind….where the parents went away on vacation and three high schools worth of kids showed up from telephone tag and word of mouth?

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I know I went to about 3 of those…..everything in the kitchen cabinets and refrigerator down to the mustard and ketchup were eaten. People having sex in every room. Drugs being dispensed throughout.

I went to one where one of my girlfriend thought she’d have a little party and 200 people showed up including guys pulling up on the lawn on their motorcycles. We were only high school kids. I was 15. This was the 70’s.

Today the kids have the ability to tweet, facebook, yik yak, snap chat and God knows what else and mobs can be formed…

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Health Insurance is Illegal

From the article: “Some imagine that prior to Obamacare, we had a free-market health insurance system, but the system was already severely hobbled by restrictions.”

America has not had anything close to a free market in healthcare in the last several decades. Every administration messes things up even further than the preceding one. The best possible approach – please notice that I did NOT say “solution” – is the separation of health and state.

Short, excellent article here: http://fee.org/freeman/detail/health-insurance-is-illegal

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Bush’s Faith-Based Recipe for Disaster … My Warning from 2001

By Doug Newman – email me.
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I warned about this.

Earlier this week, Breitbart reported that “the Obama Administration is poised to require faith-based recipients of federal grants to accept applications from LGBT individuals, according to a report published today by the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam).”

In early 2001, GW Bush launched the Faith-Based Initiative. To grossly oversimplify, it allowed churches and other “faith-based” institutions to compete for taxpayer dollars to fund their charitable programs. Needless to say, millions of hopelessly deceived Christians thought this was just groovy.

I caught a lot of heat – even to the point of losing a few friends – warning people about the long-term implications of what Bush was implementing. I warned them of what would happen at some point in the future when Democrats got the keys and were in charge of these programs.

If you liked Bush, you ought to love Obama. If you looked the other way as Bush sent what was left of the Constitution through the shredder, I have zero sympathy for you. You made your own bed. You deserve Obama.

bush obama nothing changedI don’t say this to brag. However, you just need to know that when you give unconstitutional power to people you like for purposes you like, you need to realize that, at some point in the future, people you don’t like will be in charge and they will inevitably do things you don’t like with this power.

Here is what I wrote in January, 2001, when Bush had been in office for all of 11 days.


Liberals, predictably, oppose President Bush’s newly created White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, on separation of church and state grounds. Christians and conservatives should likewise stand foursquare against it on biblical, constitutional and historical grounds.

The details of the Bush program, otherwise known as “Armies of Compassion” (AOC), will become increasingly clear in the weeks ahead. However, Bush’s campaign web site spelled out the general philosophy. It stated that: “Resources should be devolved, not just to the states, but to the charities and neighborhood healers who need them most, and should be available on a competitive basis to all organizations – including religious groups – that produce results.”

At first, Bush’s proposal seems harmless. He wants to make it easier for us to write charitable donations off our income taxes. I’ll take any tax relief I can get, but I have a better idea: implement substantial tax cuts now, and stop micromanaging how Americans live their lives and spend their money. Truly compassionate people will give more to organizations that help those who are legitimately suffering.

The problem lies with providing taxpayer dollars to religious institutions. II Corinthians 9:7 states that, “Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” God does not want stolen money, although many pastors do. Tax money is, by definition, given under compulsion. Giving tax dollars to churches and other religious institutions goes against God’s word. (Are we talking about armies of compassion or compulsion?)

The “general welfare” clause in the preamble to the Constitution is not a grant of unlimited federal authority to tweak with society and its institutions until arriving at some optimal arrangement. Article I, Section 8 spells out those things the federal government can proactively do. The Tenth Amendment strictly limits Uncle Sam to these enumerated functions. Helping those in need is not a Constitutional duty of the federal government. It is a responsibility which the churches long ago abdicated in large part to the federal government. Under constitutional government, people could keep what they earned and donate it however they pleased, without fear of federal interference or need of federal approval.

(If I might digress, the real outrage of the Linda Chavez episode was the failure of anyone to ask the following question: what kind of government criminalizes simple acts of humanitarianism such as that which derailed Ms. Chavez’ nomination? Moreover, will the Bush administration stop criminalizing such acts?)

The relevant golden rule here states that he who has the gold makes the rule. If religious organizations wish to qualify for federal dollars they will have to subject themselves to federal regulations. This is not mere speculation. It would be instructive to look at the history of federal aid to colleges.

In the 1960s, when Congress launched aid to college and university students, everyone was assured that this money would not lead to federal control of higher education. Before long, colleges and universities learned that, in order to keep receiving this aid, they would have to comply with federal affirmative action regulations, racial hiring quotas, and numerous other requirements. It is not an overstatement to say that dependency on federal aid has poisoned higher education in America.

Any university, corporation, or other organization receiving federal monies or contracting with the federal government must now comply with a seemingly endless labyrinth of federal regulations on everything from racial hiring quotas to drug testing. For states to receive federal funding for education, highways, and numerous other purposes, they must likewise surrender a measure of their autonomy to that district from whence all blessings flow. A common conservative argument against school vouchers is that tax dollars for private schools will in turn increase state and federal regulation.

The same dynamic will apply to churches. Accepting federal money always leads to federal control. It is bad enough that for decades churches have been faced with the choice of curtailing their political activity or losing their tax-exempt status. Churches, for the most part, no longer seriously question the modern megastate. The result has been dumbed-down churches, which are more dangerous than dumbed-down schools.

Can you imagine your church being faced with the choice of having to perform homosexual marriages or otherwise losing federal subsidies? Can you imagine having sermons subject to federal scrutiny if your church wishes to keep receiving federal money for a day care center? Can you imagine your church losing federal money because one of its alcohol counselors violated church-state separation by telling the story of the Prodigal Son to an alcoholic in desperate need of help?

Based on the history of federal funding of education, this is what awaits us under AOC. If Caesar has the gold, Caesar makes the rule. Do you want to risk the possibility of a president Hillary Clinton, or a house speaker Dick Gephardt manipulating the purse strings of your church? If President Bush’s agenda truly departs from that of the last eight years, why is he so enthusiastic about something as fraught with peril as AOC?

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus instructs His followers that, “No one can serve two masters. Either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and Money.” This is the choice facing churches under AOC. The question is: how many will have the fortitude to choose the right master? If few do, then AOC will be a faith-based recipe for disaster.

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Cops’ Lives Matter. Other Lives Don’t.

“All lives don’t matter. Now there’s a shocking statement, but it deserves repeating. All lives don’t matter…all lives have the potential to matter…but most certainly all lives don’t matter.”

Thus wrote a former Sheriff’s deputy in Madison County, Nebraska. And the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police saw fit to re-post it here.

Are you a “pro-life conservative” who worships cops? Read the above quote very, very carefully. Your life only has “the potential to matter”. And that is evidently up to the discretion of the cops. Sort of like a fetus in the hands of an abortionist.

#ItStopsToday

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