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Loving God, Loving America: Keeping Your Balance in a Freefall World

By Gary Henderson Reprinted from The American Thinker, August 25, 2013 What has happened to our Constitutional republic? Where is the rule of law? What about “the consent of the governed”? The President and Attorney General pick and choose which … Continue reading

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It’s Time for Plan C

By Gary Henderson Reprinted from The Patriot Post, May 17, 2013 When Mrs. Powel asked Benjamin Franklin after the Constitution was drafted, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” he famously replied, “A republic, if you … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court is not the solution

We are always encouraged when it appears that the Supreme Court will support the good, and we are always afraid that if they support the bad there’s nothing to be done. At this writing, the first judge to do so … Continue reading

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The real problem with earmarks

The current rage, as our Congress tries to restore its incinerated reputation, is to attack the problem of earmarks, those nasty tidbits used to buy votes, pay back favors, etc.  Of course, they represent a mere one percent of the … Continue reading

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