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We live in a dangerous world. Many have asked us, “What do you think about the current crisis in Syria? Should America go to war?”

Both Syria and Iran are tweaking Uncle Sam’s nose claiming a pre-mature victory in a war that has not happened yet. They are saying, “The U.S. will not attack us”, which sounds more like a provocation than a prophecy, using insult as an invitation. The big question for the Present Resident (PR) is: “Will he?” or “Won’t he?”

The big question for us is, “Should he?” Personally, I believe the answer is “No!” Here is one reason why: As happened in Egypt this summer, the Muslim Brotherhood (the PR’s friends) used the demonstrations in Cairo as a smokescreen to cover their attack on Coptic Christians.

Hundreds were killed and over 50 Churches were destroyed. The same thing is happening now in Syria. If the U.S. attacks Syria, every Christian in the country will be brutally murdered, because the Muslims see America as a ‘Christian’ country and regard us as infidels and ‘the Great Satan.’Read On

"... As democracy is perfected, the office of President represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day, the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be occupied by a downright fool and complete narcissistic moron."

H.L. Mencken, The Baltimore Evening Sun, July 26, 1920

Marshall Foster "Never, Never, Never Give In"
Guest Essay by Marshall Foster

For two hundred years, one small island nation built the greatest empire since Imperial Rome. Its ships ruled the seas, its colonies covered the world and the sun never set upon the Union Jack. Its empire controlled the gold and diamonds of Africa and the treasures of India. London was the world's financial center. This nation among nations had the world's currency and world trade itself was made possible only through the protection of her navies (which ended the age of the pirates).

On April 11th, 1912, the largest man-made object in history, the Titanic, set sail from Southampton as a symbol of this opulent empire. But, on April 12th the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank, sending over 1,500 souls to the bottom of the Atlantic. Looking back, this event seemed a warning, an ominous sign for the empire. Within three decades, the glory that was the English Empire was no more, and London, the jewel of the empire, lay wasted by the bombs of Hitler's Luftwaffe.

What went wrong? By the early 20th Century, England along with most of Europe had abandoned their evangelical faith and turned to the Darwinian theory of survival of the fittest. The missionary movement which had driven the age of exploration was overtaken by greed as the driving force of colonization. The economic plundering of underdeveloped lands displaced the building of independent Christian nations. Then England along with all of Europe was humbled by two horrific world wars, the loss of their colonies and a great depression.

Just when there was no hope and the barbarian Nazis were about to overrun Christendom, God raised up a leader and saved England from extinction. His name was Winston Churchill. In the darkest days of WWII his words stirred the English to remember their roots as a Christian nation and by divine grace their nation was saved. Read On

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Marshall FosterPros and Cons of Constitutional Conventions
Guest Essay by Bob & Christina Powers

Mounting frustrations with the size and scope of the United States federal government have ebbed and flowed over the years with calls for a Constitutional Convention, touted as the solution for controlling an leviathan government. Mark Levin’s current book,The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic, promises a “quick fix” but at what cost? Political commentators Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh have also taken up the cause. In the past such movements always died when the public realized the consequences of such dangerous undertakings.

There have been two Constitutional Conventions in our history and both were held in secret. The first was to alter the Articles of Confederation. Rhode Island chose not to participate for unknown reasons. When convened, the Articles (all delegates being in agreement for revision) were completely abandoned and our new US Constitution was born. Although our current Constitution is a fine document by all accounts, some things were lost such as the unanimous ratification among the States for amendments The Constitutional Convention, in effect, became a “runaway” convention in which the prior form of government was scrapped and a new one created, all in secret. Read On

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-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4,1777

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