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Hillary Doesn’t Want Anyone to Know about Her Satanic Connection

Hillary Clinton revered Saul Alinsky, whose 8-point plan to transform America into a socialist state, has largely been implemented since the 1960’s. And, the Alinsky-Clinton connection is well known, especially since her senior thesis at Wellesley College was made public. But what Hillary may not want … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Dismembers America, Establishment Clause, from its Roots

In 1963 the Supreme Court redefined the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. In an 8-1 decision it ruled that the government “shall allow no religious activity” in publicly funded activity, also prohibiting free exercise of religion in that public life. Against … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments, National Symbols, America’s Founders Warned: “Don’t Forget God”

Many argue the Ten Commandments have nothing to do with U.S. law, that the depictions of Moses and/or the Ten Commandments carved into the architectural structure of the U.S. Supreme Court building only represent one concept of several “early written laws.” The marble frieze, “Justice … Continue reading

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“So Help Me God” Oath Legally Biblical

Most Americans may not realize the biblical roots of Constitutional law, which actually protects America from becoming a “theocratic government.” Biblical principles advance freedom, not coercion. And freedom and independence are predicated on the reality that moral absolutes pre-exist universally—independent … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton on Jesus and the Ten Commandments

The New York Times recently highlighted the answer Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton gave to a question about her faith at a townhall meeting in Knoxville, Iowa. She said: Thank you for asking that. I am a person of faith. I … Continue reading

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