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A Call for a New Magna Carta

The Declaration of Independence was written in the long shadow of Magna Carta, a thirteenth-century document that maintained that even the king was bound by law, not only the law of the commonwealth but God's law. King John reluctantly bound himself to the charter's provisions by attaching his seal.

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Labor Day, the Federal Reserve, Ron Paul, Inflation, & Christian Stewardship with Dr. Gary North

This weekend on "Every Thought Captive" for our Labor Day broadcast following on the heels of the Democratic and Republican conventions, Dr. Gary North was interviewed on Christian economics and stewardship. Why should Christians care about economics? What’s the big deal about the Federal Reserve? What will the legacy of Ron Paul be after the RNC? [...]

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How an army of citizens in one battle turned the tide of the War for American Independence

Can you imagine a major battle in an American War today being fought by an army of organized citizens who have well-trained themselves in the exercise of their Second Amendment rights? That's exactly what you had in the battle at King's Mountain in South Carolina in the War for Independence! See this newest episode with […]

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Were the founding fathers egalitarians? What did they mean by "all men are created equal"?

Did they mean that all men are equal in all matters? For example, did they mean that all men were born into equal social position? Did they mean that all men are born into equal financial situations? Experience would deny those interpretations. The founders themselves recognized from their own experience in many of their writings that different men were born into different situations. […]

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If You Love Liberty You Might be a Terrorist

A report on terrorism in the United States has been published by the Department of Homeland Security. The authors of the report are Gary LaFree, professor of criminology at the University of Maryland, and Bianca Bersani, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. The goal of the Study of Terrorism and Responses to […]

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Top Ten Reasons Chief Justice Roberts' SCOTUS Obamacare Decision Is Bogus

A week and a day ago, the U.S. Supreme Court released the most notoriously harmful decision it has announced since "Lawrence v. Texas" in 2003. Like "Lawrence," it broke from the clear and plain text of the U.S. Constitution to give federal backing to a biblically immoral practice. It was somewhat amusing, however, last week [...]

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1776: Providence & Perseverance — How George Washington Won the War

We remember 1776 as the year the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. We remember the ideals embodied in that eloquent document. But few of us realize the sacrifice the soldiers of the colonial army endured to birth those eloquent ideals into reality. Few of us realize how close we came to losing again […]

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How the States Are Funding Abortion & How to Stop It

Sometimes it’s possible for us to become so obsessed with winning the war that we fail to win the battle right in front of us. A few months ago I had the honor of serving with State Senator Mike Crane (R-Newnan) in the Georgia state legislature. In performing research for him, we discovered something that […]

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How God Used Margaret Thatcher to Turn the Tide of the Twentieth Century

"In war, as in economics, it was [Prime Minister Thatcher's] moralistic certainty, not her gender, which set her apart from her male colleagues, enabling her to grasp risks they would have baulked at." John Campbell, The Iron Lady 192 (Penguin Books, 2009). Two principled political leaders of Great Britain in the last century rescued not only their own […]

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George Washington: The Christian

When we speak of the Christianity of George Washington, we should clarify both what we mean and what we do not mean. We do not mean that George Washington was a modern-day evangelical. He did not shop at Family Christian Bookstores. He did not attend Wednesday evening church. He did not listen to Steve Green […]

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Enrich Your Family's Appreciation for July 4th Celebration with the American Revolution Online History Tour

In your home, are national holidays like Memorial Day and July 4th just fun summer days to cook out, go to parades, and enjoy watching some fireworks? What can you and your family do to make them more meaningful? If you're still riding the momentum from Memorial Day and looking forward to July 4th only […]

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Restoring Constitutional Confidence from "Despotic Branches" — The Court or the Constitution? Part 3

In the infamous Dred Scott case of 1857, the U.S. Supreme Court declared people imported from Africa to be sub-human and thus not worthy of freedom. This holding involved such a twisting of the text of the U.S. Constitution that a dissenter wrote: "[W]hen strict interpretation of the Constitution, according to fixed rules which govern […]

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