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Bill Lockwood: Post-Christian America

Post-Christian America- “– in many American circles, the persecution (though mild) has already begun.”

by Bill Lockwood

Salon Magazine has a recent article in which they label our nation a “post-Christian America.” The “process of secularization,” says Matthew Sheffield, “has been slower-moving in the U.S. 654 more words


The Politics of Deception: History, Knowledge, and the First Amendment

 In a 1988 lecture Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia declared that originalism was “The Lesser Evil” over other methods of constitutional interpretation. (1) Born out of a resentment against what was perceived as an activist liberal Supreme Court, the movement to make originalism… 4,724 more words


We are in Grave Danger

Not since the election of 1860 has this country faced such a terrifying danger from an election.  At that time the country stood on the precipice of a Civil War.   538 more words

Justice Ginsburg v. Donald Trump

The media are agog over Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s diatribe against Donald Trump. “I can’t imagine what this place would be — I can’t imagine what the country would be — with Donald Trump as our president,” she said. 581 more words

Donald Trump

Gender Assignment?

Gender Assignment?

by Bill Lockwood

We have entered the fantasy world of Obama’s Alice in Wonderland in which nothing is as it seems. Not even basic scientific facts are “tolerated” in our diverse world of “political correctness”—let alone God’s Word. 545 more words

Alice In Wonderland

The Supreme Court, Women’s Reproductive Health and Science

Today the Supreme Court handed down the most significant ruling on abortion in decades.

This morning, the Supreme Court issued a 5-3 ruling in Whole Woman’s Health v.

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“Nobody should stay in a situation of illegal imprisonment, not for a single second” – Mozambique’s Supreme Court Judge

Pedro Nhatitima, the spokesperson for the Mozambican Supreme Court, has denied the frequent claim that the court, when it accepts habeas corpus demands from citizens, is “releasing criminals”. 595 more words