A Christmas Special: The Lost Truths of Freedom and Christianity

For those of us living in the United States, a nation that has experienced more than two hundred years of unparalleled liberty, it is easy to take for granted the extraordinary gifts we have been given...

The majority of human beings have never even thought about the possibility of living under the protection of a government that would honor their individual rights or grant them freedom...

The modern day we live in, with the unimaginable blessings of freedom and liberty, is the aberration, not the norm. Further, simply because freedom exists today does not guarantee this gift will survive for future generations...

3 Truths About the Supreme Court Gay Marriage Ruling That You Should Know (article)

It's been a few weeks since the Supreme Court ruled for legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states. This is not a 'done and move on' deal. The repercussions from this decision will continue to be felt in America's future in ways most of us haven't considered.

This has nothing to do with not wanting equality for people, but everything to do with one group of people wanting something and violating the moral, just and lawful way of achieving it.

Unfortunately, many people seem to be ignoring the fact that the Obergefell vs. Hodges ruling violated the principles of America's judicial system, our religious liberties, our social structures, and our legal system.

Here are 3 important reasons why I think the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling hurts America's integrity and deteriorates our freedoms.

Senator Rand Paul’s speech makes me want to jump for joy

Do you want to know why Republican Senator Rand Paul standing up, fighting for our rights, and telling the truth about the Obama administration trampling on the Constitution is good for you? If you don't already know the answer, here it is: it's because every country in the world, modern and ancient, that has citizens with limited freedoms and prosperity, have their liberties taken away by the overreaching powers of their governments.

A government trampling on your rights screws with the quality of your life.

Paul said the message (regarding the open letter to Iran) was actually to President Obama. “The message I was sending was to you. The message was to President Obama, that we want you to obey the law, we want you to understand the separation of powers.”

“I signed it to an administration that doesn’t listen, to an administration that at every turn tries to go around Congress, because you think you can’t get your way,” he added. “The president says, ‘oh, the Congress won’t do what I want, so I’ve got a pen and I’ve got my phone and I’m going to do what I want.’ The letter was to you.”