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Religious Liberty

What Are They Resisting?

Even before Donald Trump became the president of the United States, a “Resistance Movement” began forming throughout our nation’s political hierarchy to block his leadership and policies.

Hillary Clinton trumpeted the need for “Resistance” after her Electoral College defeat and many Never-Trumpers from both political parties simultaneously joined the chorus.

This week the resistance movement in the House of Representatives, under the leadership of Congressman Adam Schiff, D-CA, opens impeachment hearings on the president. This follows two-and-a-half years of the fruitless Mueller investigation.

Other than being a gigantic waste of the public’s time and money (shouldn’t we be solving important national problems?), I have one simple question:

What are they resisting?

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The Truth About Guns

I have never owned or shot a real gun. My forefathers enjoyed fishing, not hunting. Though I have no skin in this game, I’m tired of the untruths being told about guns, safety, compassion, abortion, and school massacres.

So, before another school shooting prompts a hysterical call to confiscate guns in America let’s set the record straight.

Here is the truth about guns in America.

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Between a Cake and a Hard Place

One of the most important Supreme Court cases in memory was argued today in Washington, D.C. It pit the rising tide of secular intolerance against the time-honored traditions of free, biblical-based cultures.

Many believe that Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission is a watershed religious freedom case. Mathew Staver, Founder of Liberty Counsel, warns that if the Court rules against Christian baker Jack Phillips, we can expect religious persecution to dramatically increase in the United States of America.

I hope you prayed today.

I ask you to continue to intercede that the Supremes will get this one right for the future of our nation and the cherished right of religious liberty.

The USA is definitely between a cake and a very hard place.

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