America's Christian Heritage (TV Interview) Part 4

Gary’s interview on Focus4 continues addressing our earthly citizenship coupled with our heavenly one,and the need for Godly people to get involved because of, not despite, biblical values. He deals with this and more in today’s episode of The Gary DeMar Show. [...]

America’s Christian Heritage (TV Interview) Part 3

Gary’s interview on Focus4 continues addressing where our American rights come from. Gary discusses State’s Rights and the need for Christian involvement in politics and government. He deals with this and more in today’s episode of The Gary DeMar Show. [...]

America’s Christian Heritage (TV Interview) Part 2

Gary’s interview on Focus4 continues addressing where our American rights come from. Gary uses the biblical model to explain a Christian perspective of liberty in society. Gary deals with this and more in today’s episode of The Gary DeMar Show. [...]

America’s Christian Heritage (TV Interview) Part 1

Gary DeMar is interviewed on broadcast television on the subject of America’s Christian foundations. The host of the show plays devil’s advocate and probes Gary’s research to answer the common questions that people have that are uninformed about America’s historical facts. [...]

Michael Newdow gets Neutered

Atheist Michael Newdow has been pestering the courts to rule that the phrases “under God” found in the Pledge of Allegiance and “In God We Trust,” our nation’s national motto, are unconstitutional. The usually liberal Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals surprisingly ruled against Newdow. The Court wrote: Not every mention of God or religion by our government or at the government’s direction is [...]

The Bill of Rights and Christianity

Gary DeMar Responds to an email from a lawyer who asks about the Constitution and James Madison’s influence. Gary also discusses John Jay and the debate over the Bill of Rights after the ratification of the Constitution. [...]

The Battle for America's Christian Heritage

The textbooks for all public schools hinge on the choices of the school board of Texas. Now with seven Christian members, this school board is confronted with liberals that object to the Christian record found in American history. Gary reviews the historical record to show what is the truthful conclusion that should be taken with America’s history textbooks. [...]

The Greatest Threat. . . Spiritual Decay

A supporter of American Vision tipped me off to a 1992 paper that was written for the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. The title of the paper is “The Greatest Threat. . . Spiritual Decay” written by Lieutenant General R. L. Van Antwerp. Lieutenant General Van Antwerp served with the U.S. Army as Chief of Engineers and Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He gradu [...]

Marriage and the Declaration of Independence

So called conservative Ted Olson has advocated that the Declaration of Independence supports gay marriage. Gary DeMar shows that Olson is in major error, and further defends a biblical view of what marriage is really based upon. [...]

Christianity Separates Church and State

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution was written and authorized with one intended meaning. Few in our country know what the lawmakers that formed the First Amendment had in mind — they only know what they have been told. Christianity is not opposed to separation, but actually supports it biblically. Gary DeMar shows where the line should be drawn for all jurisdictional powers based on the [...]

Law in Colonial America

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) Law in Colonial America[1]**** With the exception of Rhode Island, every early American colony incorporated the entire Decalogue into its own civil code of laws. The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut declared that the Governor and his council of six elected officials would “have pow [...]

The Religion and Politics of Noah Webster

Most well-known for his 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language, Noah Webster was a devout Christian and this worldview is evident in his intellectual works. Biblical references are found throughout Webster’s writings which includes a translation of the King James Bible. In today’s show, Gary examines the religious and political views of this man who made a profound impact on [...]

The Left Wing and Right Wing Enlightenments

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) Brooke Allen claims in her article “Our Godless Constitution” that America “was founded not on Christian principles but on Enlightenment ones.”[1] The Enlightenment is a term used to describe a period in eighteenth-century Europe and America when reason, coupled with advances in sci [...]

A Christmas Message from Delta Air Lines in 1972

Take a look at this December 1972 “Christmas Message” that appeared in Delta Digest, a monthly publication by the Public Relations Department of Delta Air Lines. Delta has come a long way in 37 years. Now they’re one of the official sponsors of the annual Gay Pride parade. A Christmas Message To: All Members of the Delta Family As we celebrate the birth of Christ during this Christmas Season, we a [...]

Harry Reid Wants to Reinstitute Slavery

Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada has described opponents of the controversial government healthcare bill as equivalent to those who opposed an immediate end to slavery. “You think you’ve heard these same excuses before? You’re right,” Reid said. “In this country there were those who dug in their heels and said, ‘Slow down, it’s too early. Let’s wait. Things aren’t bad enough’—about slavery.” The anti-sla [...]

The First Question to ask a Climate Scientist

Scientists live or die by grant money. In order for a teaching scientist to keep his job, he has to publish a certain number of peer reviewed articles every year. Ph.D. students choose a university based on the prestigious reputation of its faculty. The published articles and books are indicators of the school’s academic achievement. Over time, many of the articles took on an ideological ben [...]

Thanksgiving and God

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) On Thursday, September 24, 1789, the First House of Representatives voted to recommend—in its exact wording—the First Amendment to the states for ratification. The next day, Friday, September 25, Congressman Elias Boudinot from New Jersey proposed that the House and Senate jointly r [...]

Remember the Chicago Seven When You Think of the New York Five

“The five men facing trial in the Sept. 11 attacks will plead not guilty so they can air their criticisms of U.S. foreign policy. . . . ‘Dean Boyd, a spokesman for the Department of Justice, said Sunday that while the men may attempt to use the trial to express their views, ‘we have full confidence in the ability of the courts and in particular the federal judge who may preside over the trial to e [...]

It's Not Daylight Savings Time

Each and every year we spring forward moving our clocks ahead an hour in the Spring and fall back moving our clocks back and hour in the Fall. Not every state complies with these yearly rituals. There was a time when Daylight Saving Time was not observed in most of the Eastern Time Zone portion of Indiana and the states of Arizona and Hawaii. Making appointments in Indiana could be very confusing [...]

Is "V" About the Obama Administration?

“V” was a TV series that aired in 1983. It was about seemingly benevolent Visitors who came to earth to bring hope. People immediately took sides, some embracing the Visitors and others resisting. One elderly man was struck with how the Visitor’s rhetoric sounded so much like what he had heard growing up in during the time of the reise of Adolf Hitler. The Visitors are not what t [...]