Sixty million innocents have been murdered in this country since 1973 under the color of "law," even though the supreme law of God, and the supreme law of our land, both absolutely require equal protection before the law for every single innocent person.
Both Clinton and Trump have made it absolutely clear that they will do absolutely nothing to prevent the murder of the next sixty million helpless innocents.
That should be all that any Christian in America needs to know to absolutely prevent them from giving one ounce of political support to either of them.
If you really want to restore representative self-government, there's only one first step to doing that: Start voting for who actually represents you, and the actual obligations of the oath of office, while leaving the results to God.
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Our national wealth, our national security, and our national greatness are all entirely dependent on the grace and the blessing of Almighty God.
Donald J. Trump, just the other day, closed a speech in Florida with the exclamation that he is going to make America rich again, that he is going to make America secure again, and that he is going to make America great again.
Three things that he cannot assure, especially in light of the fact that we continue to lawlessly slaughter thousands of innocents in this country each and every day, under the color of "law," and that Trump has emphatically declared that he will do absolutely nothing to change that.
He says the current situation is "the law," in spite of the fact that the supreme law of our land, the Constitution, explicitly and imperatively DEMANDS equal protection for the right to life of EVERY PERSON.
Of course, Trump knows absolutely nothing about the Constitution or the law. He thinks judges "sign bills."
Every single individual, and our own small deeds - for good or ill - truly matter, because it is upon the sum of small things that nations rise, or thrive, or die.
What does it profit you to "stop Hillary" only to elect one of her most crass, unprincipled, liberal friends and financial backers?
The problem with pragmatism is not that it is wrong to give consideration to the likely practical results of a given action. The problem with pragmatism is that it is humanistic, and therefore short-sighted to the point of blindness, leaving out God and His infinite knowledge, understanding, and perspective, and truth, and principle, and morality, and our eternal standing before Him, from the calculations.
In the end, pragmatism will be proved to be eternally impractical.
It's a first principle of nature: We reap what we sow, even if the crop doesn't come in overnight.
"For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?" -- Mark 8:36
If you say you're a conservative, but you support liberals, you are, for all practical purposes, a liberal. You are, in other words, part of the problem.
I simply don't believe those who tell me they’re conservatives while they’re busy supporting liberals. Talk is cheap, and so are political labels. But actions speak louder than words. If the actions don’t line up with the words, I’m going to believe the actions every single time. The fact is, Trump Republicans are for all practical purposes liberals, no matter what they say.
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"Just as 'good fences make for good neighbors,' good government is mainly about knowing where the legitimate boundaries are, and having the courage to defend those borders forcefully. This is true in terms of the defense of our territory, our security, and our national sovereignty, but it also applies to the sworn duty of all of those in government to equally protect the God-given, unalienable rights of each individual person, from their creation onward, their sacred obligation to stay well within the enumerated powers of our constitutions, and of the role legitimate government must play in balancing the competing rights and interests of the people, in order to establish justice."