Absent Allies by Mark Crutcher — In the abortion debate, the GOP and the evangelical pulpits have been strangely silent. Did you ever wonder why?
Call Me Crazy ... Please! by David Brownlow — We are six years into the administration of a "pro-life" President and his "historic" signings, and almost thirteen years into the great "Republican Revolution," yet we are still murdering 3,800 American children every day. Doesn't that bother anybody in pro-life leadership just a little bit?
Defending the Defenseless by Paul J. Hill — If you believe abortion is a lethal force, you should oppose the force and do what you have to do to stop it. You have a responsibility to protect your neighbor's life, and to use force if necessary to do so.
The Libertarian Case Against Abortion by Bill Barnwell — So-called 'reproductive freedom' is a tradeoff where the mother gains special privileges and rights at the expense of her child. This arrangement is no different from various other left-wing and statist inventions that harm some for the benefit of others.
Sing A Little Louder by Penny Lea — In the heavenly realm, our voices raised in praise are drowned out by screams of agony from millions of babies who are being executed before they are born.
Supreme Court Opinions Not Private Enough by Ann Coulter — Whatever dangers lurk in a self-governing democracy, the American people have never, ever passed a law that led to the murder of 30 million unborn children.
Bring Back Honest Money by Ron Paul — Congressman Paul makes a number of excellent points, but this well-intentioned legislation reinforces the myth that our monetary problems cannot be solved without Congressional action. While it was probably illegal for the Congress to foist the Federal Reserve scheme on us in the first place, the Constitution still precludes the states from participating in it, and the 6th Commandment still precludes the people.
Circling the Paradigm by Fred Reed — Much of Darwinism doesn’t square with observation or even make sense. Religion has nothing to do with it.
"Dishonest Abe" Was No Christian by Rev. Steve Wilkins — Those who knew him best believed him to be anything but a Christian, but when Lincoln gained public office, he began to keep his religious views to himself and to intersperse his public speeches with pious rhetoric.
'They Hate Us Because of Our Freedom' by Alfred A. Hambidge, Jr. — Statements like these perpetuate the myth that we live in a land of freedom. The sad fact is, we are not free, and haven't been for a long, long time.
Hating Holiness by Paul Proctor — The flesh hates holiness and so do those who have dedicated their lives to making the church more like the world. Frankly, holiness is hard on the numbers and has a way of annoying the ambitious and offending the obscene.
Jeremiah - God's Offer of Reprieve by Steve Coerper — We can't, as God's people, continue to wallow in our wicked ways and expect that God will reciprocate with national healing. Fortunately, repentance is still an option.
On The Brink Of Crisis: A Call To Prayer by Dr. Henry T. Blackaby — If God's people will not return to an intense relationship to God on behalf of the nation, the nation doesn't stand a chance of avoiding the judgment of God.
An Open Letter To Christian Conservatives by Pastor Chuck Baldwin — We should expect more of our leaders than lip service. The one standard that really matters for any elected politician is not his rhetoric, but his loyalty and commitment to America's founding principles.
Repent! by Paul Proctor — Cotton Candy Christianity is a superficial faith that relies on feelings, emotions and human relationships rather than the Word of God and has so diluted the Gospel and deluded the church, in its perverted quest for cultural relevance and global acceptance, that it now bears almost no resemblance to the early church.
The Year of Our Lord by R.C. Sproul Jr. — We cannot grow the kingdom, expand the borders where Christ reigns, for already He reigns everywhere. All authority, in heaven and on earth, has been given to Him.
About Weapons of Mass Destruction by Peter E. Hendrickson — The powers sought by the 'Patriot Act' and 'The Real ID Act' are those necessary to the erection and sustenance of a police-state.
America - From Freedom To Fascism - A Critical Review by Steve Coerper — God does not bless us with freedom so we can do what we want. God allows us to be free so we can do what we ought, and we are losing our freedom because we don’t deserve to keep it. The problem is not political; it’s moral.
American Governance by Jack Slevkoff — "There are many people who are just plain sick and tired of the 'governmental' controls placed on our every day lives. At what point do we say 'NO MORE!'?"
The Choice This Year Is Between Empire and Democracy by Thom Hartmann — Empire and democracy are mutually exclusive - ultimately a nation must choose one or the other. Vision is the core of it all, and understanding the power of a shared vision is vital in this critical election year.
Gangster Government by Edwin Vieira — "You can go a long way in life with a smile, but you can go a lot farther with a smile and a gun."
"Government at Its Best"? by Joseph Sobran — Does the government’s role now extend to unlocking the ultimate mysteries of life?
The Sopranos by Joseph Sobran — Putting someone on the government payroll is nearly as irreversible as castration. So ...
This Is Not A Day For Empty Words by Peter E. Hendrickson — "Every reform is only a mask under cover of which a more terrible reform, which dares not yet name itself, advances." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
The United States Isn't A Country; It's A Corporation by Lisa Guliani — The UNITED STATES government is basically a corporate instrument of the international bankers. This means YOU are owned by the corporation from birth to death. The corporate UNITED STATES also holds ownership of all your assets, your property, and even your children.
Win At All Costs by Bill Moushey and Bob Martinson — Hundreds of times during the past 10 years, federal agents and prosecutors have pursued justice by breaking the law.
In Search of Darkness by Fred Reed — American culture is now dominated by a class of people who have no class. Wretched grammar is now a sign of “authenticity,” whatever that might mean, rather than of defective studies.
The Sorriest Generation by Chuck Baldwin — This generation doesn't care about out-of-control federal spending, because its personal spending is out-of-control. It doesn't know how to hold politicians accountable to the Constitution, because it cannot even hold its own children accountable to much of anything.
Two Ways of Lying by Joseph Sobran — You can’t be called a hypocrite for sinking into utter moral squalor, as long as you profess to believe there’s nothing wrong with it.
What Hollywood Believes by Ray Comfort — Hollywood had been under the illusion that America wasn't interested in God. That's because the town lives in a world of its own. This audio presentation explores the faith of the famous.
The Death of the Schools by Fred Reed — Year after year, the dismal news bubbles to the surface of national consciousness. Every year it is ignored.
How Government Control Has Ruined Public Education by Marshall Fritz — Government schooling is not about instilling respect for reason. Rather, it's about a promising career with social and financial success. This is the root of the crisis in American education.
We Are Losing Our Children by T.C. Pinckney — We take our children to Sunday worship and Sunday School, and they may also attend a church-centered youth program or home Bible study. But two or three hours on Sunday and 20 minutes or so of Bible study at home are overpowered by 30 or more hours a week in anti-Christian government schools and the constant pagan media bombardment which may add up to another 10, 20, 30, or more hours every week.
Cancer: the Forbidden Cures by Jason Greenwood — More than 20,000 people die of cancer every day, without official medicine being able to offer a true sense of hope to those affected by it.
Deadly Immunity by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. — More than 500,000 kids currently suffer from autism, and pediatricians diagnose more than 40,000 new cases every year. The disease was unknown until 1943, when it was identified and diagnosed among eleven children born in the months after thimerosal was first added to baby vaccines in 1931.
Mercury on the Mind by Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD — Autism was discovered in 1943, in American children, twelve years after ethyl mercury (thimerosal) was added to the pertussis vaccine. Over the last 30 years more than one million children have come down with this disease, and currently one in every 68 families in America has an autistic child.
Norwegian Fish Medicine Works Miracles on Humans by Ralph Wallace — Beta 1,3/1,6 Glucan is a powerful immune enhancing molecule extracted from the cell wall of baker's yeast. Isolated in 1990 by Dr. Jan Raa of Norway, this supplement may be the most powerful natural immune enhancer in the world.
Senate Bill 1873: Prescription for Tyranny by NWV Staff Writer — The legislation will eliminate both regulatory and legal safeguards applied to vaccines, as well as take away the right of children and adults harmed by vaccines and drugs to present their case in front of a jury in a civil court of law.
What Is Reishi? — A considerable number of studies have shown that the consumption of this "King of Herbs" is linked to the effective treatment of a vast range of diseases, common ailments, and conditions.
Why You Should Avoid Taking Vaccines by Dr. James Howenstine — Dr. W. Torch was able to document 12 deaths in infants which appeared within 3½ and 19 hours of a DPT immunization. He later reported 11 new cases of SIDS death and one near miss which had occurred within 24 hours of a DPT injection.
Katrina's Geopolitical Legacy by Chuck Missler — Katrina took out the port of New Orleans - perhaps permanently - by rendering the area uninhabited and potentially uninhabitable. That means that even if the Mississippi remains navigable, the absence of a port near the mouth of the river makes the Mississippi enormously less useful than it was.
Mao's Great Famine by Michael Sheridan — Such suffering need never have happened. While millions were perishing in the worst-hit provinces of central and southern China, huge grain stocks remained locked up under government control.
Pearl Harbor - Masonic Connections by Paul M. Bessel — The disastrous attack by Japan against the United States at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, resulted in some Masonic connections.
Time Line: Path To Pandemonium by Stan Goff — There is a LOT about the current war in Iraq that the mainstream media isn't talking about. This timeline of events puts things into a new perspective.
Wars And Their Aftermath by Fred Reed — The years will go by. Iraq will fade into the mist. When the United States is driven out of Iraq, the soldiers will look back and realize that the whole affair was a fraud.
Who Was Roger Sherman? — "That," said Thomas Jefferson, "is Mr. Sherman of Connecticut, a man who never said a foolish thing in his life."
The Case Against Football by Joseph Sobran — The rest of the world reserves the word football for a sport in which the ball is kicked constantly. But here, the overwhelming majority of football players never kick the ball in their entire careers!
I Crave Your Distinguished Indulgence (and all your cash) by Douglas Cruickshank — Because the letters have a certain rough-hewn charm and indicate a vivid imagination at work, one likes to think these bad rascals are simply hardworking con artists who've missed their true calling as novelists and have had to take up fiction writing's more lucrative sister vocation: fraud.
Constitutional Issues of Taxation by Dave Champion — Even government's taxing authority must be exercised in compliance with your state constitution, or if a federal tax, with the US Constitution.
Internal Revenue Service Whistleblowers — "Maybe we ought to see that every person who gets a tax return receives a copy of the Communist Manifesto with it so he can see what's happening to him." - Thomas Coleman Andrews - IRS Commissioner, 1953-1955
Under Penalties of Perjury - Catch 22 By Jeff Oosterman — By signing "under penalties of perjury," the signer is claiming to be an officer or employee of the Federal government. In any subsequent trial, the judge accepts this claim as true.
Fighting Tyranny Requires An Effective Weapon by Devvy Kidd — "If the jury feels that the law under which the defendant is accused, is unjust, or that exigent circumstances justified the actions of the accused, or for any reason which appeals to their logic of passion, the jury has the power to acquit, and the courts must abide by that decision."
Juror's Handbook - A Citizen's Guide to Jury Duty — As a member of a jury, you have the power and the duty to judge the law as well as the evidence, and to vote on the verdict according to your conscience, even if the judge instructs you otherwise.
Let's Begin Again by Ray Boltz — Jesus made a promise: if two of us agree, the Father up above would hear our prayer. He is still the healer of hurting families.
Marriage Wars by Paul deParrie — Four well-known Portland-area pastors couldn't even bring themselves to condemn homosexual "civil unions" in their so-called stand for "principle."
The Real Problem by Nancy Missler — When we bury our real feelings, we don't get rid of them, we just program them in deeper, and then they become the motivation for much of our behavior.
The Separation of Marriage and State by David Brownlow — Traditional marriage was doomed when we traded our right to marry for a state-granted privilege. As grantor of the license, the government is free to change its terms.
All We Like Sheep by Joseph Sobran — Is America under the sway of an enormous counterfeiting ring? That’s one way to put it.
Notable Quotes by the Foundation For Advancement of Monetary Education (FAME) — Some quotations from some more famous personalities who expressed thoughts on the money issue. Also included are some revealing quotations from official publications, such as those published by the Federal Reserve.
The Most Powerful Bank You Have Never Heard Of by Doug Casey — The Bank for International Settlements attempts to maintain the stability of world financial markets through control of currencies. By controlling foreign exchange currency, plus gold, the BIS can go a long way toward determining the economic conditions in any given country.
Trashing The Constitution by Edwin Vieira — How misconstruction of the monetary powers and disabilities subverts the Founding Fathers’ intent.
What Should Every American Know About Money? All the perplexities, confusion and distress in America arise not from defects in their Constitution or Confederation, nor from want of honor or virtue, so much as downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation.
Indivisible by R.C. Sproul Jr. — The claim of indivisibility in the Pledge of Allegiance is the state's declaration of indestructibility.
An Open Letter To Patriots by Larry Becraft — Do we hold ourselves out to the American public as being worthy, credible and part of a good cause? To prevail, we must be ready for the long hard fight and we must champion the truth.
How George Müller Started His Day from the autobiography of George Müller — As the outward man is not fit for work for any length of time, except we take food, and as this is one of the first things we do in the morning, so it should be with the inner man.
Man's Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl — Finding a life meaning or purpose is an essential motivation of every person.
Letter From An ANGRY Reader by Chip Elliott — "I aimed the automatic at the outer edge of his left thigh and shot him. I was not being territorial or aggressive. I was simply protecting my right to walk around town with a lousy thirty-five dollars in my pocket and not be afraid for my life."
Time To Control Dangerous Assault Journalists by Alan Gottlieb — What if we applied the same logic to exercising the First Amendment that the mainstream press has accepted as reasonable when applied to those exercising the Second Amendment?
Why Blacks Tend To Support Gun Control by Larry Pratt — Jesse Jackson and leaders like him have led the black community from freedom into dependency on the Democrat Plantation. Dependence on the state for food and shelter includes depending on the state for protection.
Why The Gun Is Civilization by Marko Kloos — The gun at my side means that I cannot be forced, only persuaded. I don't carry it because I'm afraid, but because it enables me to be unafraid.
Case Studies in Easy-Believism by Thomas Williamson — In order to avoid the error of producing false professions of faith in our ministry, it may be helpful to look at some of the errors that have been promulgated by well-meaning soul-winning evangelists of the past and present.
The Justice of Eternal Punishment by Francis M. Riley — Is God unjust in allowing Satan and all who follow him, to scream out their misery in the “lake of fire” for all eternity? Is God unjust in rewarding them “according to their works”?
None Righteous by R.C. Sproul — In our day we have witnessed the eclipse of the Gospel. That dark shadow that obscures the light of the Gospel is not limited to Rome or liberal Protestantism; it looms heavily within the Evangelical community.
The Reality of Eternal Punishment by Francis M. Riley — A lake of fire in the land of Edom will be the eternal home for Satan and the multitude of souls who are choosing to follow him in wicked rebellion against God.
The Test of Faith by Paul Proctor — There are basically two things that drive the Church Growth Movement; and believe it or not, they are the same two things that brought about the very fall of man back in the Garden of Eden.
Why Does God Permit Evil? by Steve Coerper — We don't really understand how serious or how pervasive sin is. But God allows us to remain, without compromising His holiness.
Oprah's Ugly Secret by Peter Birkenhead — By continuing to hawk "The Secret," a mishmash of offensive self-help cliches, Oprah Winfrey is squandering her goodwill and influence, and preaching to the world that mammon is queen.
Why Retire As Young As You Can? by Robert Kiyosaki — The best thing about retiring early and taking a year off in midlife is that it will give you a chance to start life over again.
Faith is not belief in spite of the evidence; it is obedience in spite of the consequences.- Chuck Missler
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