Atheists Want Leadership Positions in Christian Organizations

The U.S. Supreme Court is confronted with atheists that want to have “equal opportunity” in Christian organizations. The apparent reason that atheists want to be a part of such religious establishments is so they can control them. Christians are countering the atheists and want the freedom to choose their own leaders on religious grounds. What will the Supreme Court decide? [...]

“Righteous Violence”: A Tactic of the Political Left

Soon after Timothy McVeigh bombed the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City in April of 1995, some on the left of the political spectrum blamed “anti-government rhetoric” for the assault. Supposedly “hateful” speech directed at politicians had incited a cadre of “right-wing” extremists to put words into explosive action. Is any of this true? Did angry white males give up on the democr [...]

The Righteous Violence of the Political Left

Who historically has been responsible for politically related violence in America? Cults have done their fair share, but next to them are liberals—the political left. Conservatives at tea parties are accused by liberals as dangerous and violent in their activism, but there is little evidence to show for these accusations. Liberals need to be held accountable for their own depravity. [...]

Justified Constitutional Anger from Conservatives

Leftist politicians and media are more than willing to bend the truth. Conservatives are accused of being violent and rebellious in the manner they approach activism, and even voting. But the historical and present day record of facts shows that the left is consistently so themselves, and the conservatives demonstrate they know what the U.S. Constitution stands for and abide by it. Conservatives c [...]

Justified Constitutional Anger on the Right

On April 5, 1968 three high school friends of mine and I drove into downtown Pittsburgh to register for the draft. It was our 18th birthday. In those days, you were given the day off to go through the registration process. The Vietnam War was in full swing. Woodstock was a year away. Campus unrest was in full swing, and the Kent State shootings would put an end to them in May 1970. [...]

Violence from the Left

Left Wing activists accuse the Right of being violent and racist, despite lack of evidence to support these claims. In fact, it is the Left that has displayed the most violent tendencies, even encouraging it in some cases. Join Gary DeMar as he lays out the violent revolutionary tactics of the Left Wingers. [...]

Racial Politics and the Three-Fifths Myth

My wife and I received our 2010 Census form. We got the long version. It’s filled with questions about race and national origin. It’s un-American and an insult. The Bible does not separate people according to racial characteristics. Such a classification system is truly modern, based on evolutionary assumptions. For the Darwinist, “race” is simply a “subspecies,” a direct link to animals. Such a d [...]

Why Some People Want to Stick it to the Rich

The rich often get a bum rap. Liberals are incensed when it is suggested that “the rich” get any type of tax reduction even though the top 50% of wage earners pay 96% of all income taxes. Since they spend more money, the rich also pay a disproportionate amount in sales, property, entertainment, and excise taxes. Without the rich, most people would not have jobs. The first computer American Vision [...]

Sticking Taxes on Everyone for the Few

Politicians and activists argue more public transportation is in order for the city of Atlanta and the surrounding area. The way to pay for it is from the pockets of tax payers that will very unlikely ever use the railways or buses themselves. Gary makes the case those that benefit should pay—not all Americans everywhere for one city’s transportation. [...]

Obama, Economics and Las Vegas

President Barack Obama went to Nevada to talk about how people shouldn’t gamble. Wait, what? Gary DeMar remarks on this irony and expounds on why the government should not get involved in how its citizens spend their money, due to how it disrupts the natural flow of basic economics. He also touches on the “trickle down” theory and how it actually works. [...]

Myths, Lies, And Half-Truths (Part 2)

It is crucial that Christians learn their roles as citizens and what they can do to produce meaningful change. Gary reviews the call Christians have in Scripture to cultivate a biblical culture around them — including in civil government. Politics may be dirty, but politics can be cleaned up and should be cleaned up by heavenly citizens. [...]

Myths, Lies, And Half-Truths (Part 1)

It is crucial that Christians learn their roles as citizens and what they can do to produce meaningful change. Gary reviews the call Christians have in Scripture to cultivate a biblical culture around them — including in civil government. Politics may be dirty, but politics can be cleaned up and should be cleaned up by heavenly citizens. [...]

Making Changes from the Bottom Up

Conservatives and liberals alike get sucked into politics and perceive that civil government is the solution to all our worldly woes. Gary DeMar teaches that change is from the bottom up, and civil government is not where change begins for society. [...]

The Politics of the Government Healthcare Bill

As the Government Healthcare Bill passes the Senate with a 60-40 vote, how are Conservatives to react? Responding to a crass email received from a lawyer who would benefit from the new healthcare system, Gary examines the politics behind the bill and what the American people may expect should it be made into law. [...]

A Politically Incorrect Christmas Story

Liberal politicians twist the Christmas story of Jesus’ birth into a political propaganda story every year. Mary represents an impregnated premarital sex youth. Joseph and Mary’s plight that ends up with them giving birth to a child in a first century barn represents the poor and needy of America the U.S. government should save with tax dollars. Gary reviews the fallacies of the libera [...]

Christians Object to State's Absolute Authority

Gary demonstrates Christians aren’t anti-government; they are anti-tyrannical government. Christians are concerned that the limits of civil government are no longer recognized in America. What does the Bible have to say about government, and how is government different from politics? [...]

Are Attempts to Reclaim the Culture a Pointless Exercise?

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) First-century believers could have offered tangible evidence that there was little chance for the gospel to have an impact on the status quo of religious and civil oppression in their day. How could a small band of men—led by a fisherman (Peter) and a tentmaker (Paul)—living under R [...]

How Much Land Does the Federal Government Own?

Do you know how much land in the United States is owned by the Federal Government? It’s shocking: Nevada : 84.5% Alaska: 69.1% Utah: 57.4% Oregon: 53.1% Idaho: 50.2% Arizona: 48.1% California: 45.3% Wyoming: 42.3% New Mexico: 41.8% Colorado: 36.6% Take at look at the map on the “Strange Maps” site. Post Reply | View Replies [...]

Beyond Good and Evil

![“Article](“" ““Article”) “It can’t happen here!” How many times have we heard this claim? But it can happen here. Many will tell you that it is happening here. It seems that almost on a daily basis we are losing our God-given rights. Some even make the case that there is a direct assault on the C [...]

One's Soul for a Political Pottage Mess

![“Article](“" ““Article”) “I am a Christian, I am a Protestant, I am a Baptist . . . [and] my own personal religious faith . . . has developed out of my own personal experience in life as well. . . . [T]he tradition of which I’m a part recognizes the importance of personal communication with the deit [...]