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10/01/10

More Victories in the Fight to Preserve Liberties

There's a good chance we've defeated the cumbersome food safety bill. "The Hill" reports that Congressional leaders pulled the bill even though they had the votes to pass it. more »
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06/08/09

Is it a Crime to Be a Christian?

Technically no it is not, but we are quickly seeing an end to open Christianity. Those who protest abortion clinics and at homosexual rallies are constantly getting arrested for proclaiming the Word of God. more »

04/22/09

Is Your Work in Vain?

PSALMS Chapter 127 127:1 Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the LORD keep the city, the watchman waketh [but] in vain. 127:2 [It is] vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late, to eat the bread of sorrows: [for] so he giveth his beloved sleep. (KJV)The two passages say so much in so few words. If you build a home or a church and God is not in it, then your labor, your work is worthless. If God is not in your home, you should not expect any type of protection. Sure, you can have a gun, you can have a security system and even insurance, but if you do not have divine protection, then you have nothing. more »