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Hollywood: The Great Politician

So recently there has been a lot of buzz over bills in several states that want to protect churches and religious groups by allowing them to make choices concerning the LGBT community, as to not violate their beliefs.  In addition there have been similar bills which seek to put restrictions ...

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Election 2016: Making Sense of the Nonsense

I haven’t written any articles in awhile, but when I do, politics is one of my least favorite things to write about.  It often ends up being childish bickering and when someone does take a stand on something, they are criminalized by the other party.  Regardless, I’m going to set ...

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Antonin Scalia, Eagles, and the Number 13

A great mystery surrounds the recent death of United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on February 13, 2016. He was a pillar of conservative values and an uncompromising upholder of the United States Constitution. The same weekend of Scalia’s death, 13 bald eagles were found killed in Maryland, even ...

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America Needs To Accept The Prince of Peace

Impromptu statements made by politicians in response to questions say much about candidates’ beliefs and character. The following examples are not meant to single out or endorse any particular candidate, but they serve the purpose of pointing people to the truth. It was reported that Governor John Kasich stated on ...

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America Is At A Crossroads

America is entering a defining year. Which way will she go? Will this nation continue down the current path or make some dramatic changes? Much of it will depend upon who is elected president, but there are many more factors involved. Political correctness and “tolerance” have broken down the clear ...

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