Christianity and the Constitution

There’s a book I’d like to recommend:  “Christianity and the Constitution – The Faith of our Founding Fathers,” by John Eidsmoe, 1987, Baker Book House Company, ISBN 0-8010-5231-9. I’d like to share with you an excerpt from the Dedication: “This book is dedicated, in the words of the Mayflower Compact of 1620, to “the glorie […]

Our Time of Reckoning Is At Hand

If any of you might be thinking “our time of reckoning is at hand,” you’d be right. The American People need to come to grips with something, and they’d better get it real quick, before their government takes away something they granted a long time ago. Owning and carrying (that’s the “keep and bear” part) […]

Share, if you would fight to defend freedom!

This entry came up as a result of a challenge posted elsewhere: “Share, if you would fight to defend freedom.” Would I fight to defend freedom?  Sure, but I would remain within the law to the maximum extent possible. In 1989, I took the following oath of office as part of my commissioning ceremony towards […]

“I’m not an American.” – Barack Hussain Obama

Obama recently ordered the troops not to criticize the Taliban.  Yet Obama has, by his own admission, no legal authority to do so.  In his own words:  “First of all, it’s true, I’m not an American.  I was not born in Hawaii.  I was not born in the United States of America.  I come from […]

Why Gun Control Laws and No Firearms Signs Do NOT Work

I’m writing this in the wake of this morning’s shootings at an after-midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado. Deranged gunman James Holmes entered the theater, shot 71 people, killing 12 of them, before police arrived just 90 seconds later.1 I’m also writing this as a graduate of Virginia Tech, where a similarly deranged gunman […]