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Friday, January 27, 2012

Newt Gingrich in Coral Springs - "I stand for American Exceptionalism..."!

In front of a massive crowd of over 1200, Republicans and Grassroots participants gather to listen to Republican Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. In this segment, after a disrespectful and disruptive heckler is escorted out by the police, Gingrich outlines his qualifications and his 3 point campaign, and talks about American Exceptionalism and personal Soverignty, Lower Taxes, Decreased Unemployment, Deregulation, New Jobs, Balanced Budget Act, and American Prosperity. Outlines differences between Obama and Gingrich. Recorded in Coral Springs, Florida at Wings Plus.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Mitt Romney and Mormonism!

What does Mitt Romney's Mormon faith believe? Personally I find this question an important one. For if one is deceived so easily in matters of faith, one can also be deceived in matters of government. Find out below with former Mormon James Walker on the show Christ in Prophecy.

Mormonism and Christanity are both Abrahamic religions. Historically, although Mormons consider themselves to be Christians, Mormonism has had an uneasy relationship with traditional Christianity such as the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, and most branches of Protestantism. This is primarily due to the fact that adherents to Mormonism claim that the movement is a "restoration" of the earliest Christian and Judaic doctrines.

"Take up the Bible, compare the religion of the Latter-day Saints with it and see if it will stand the test" (Brigham Young, May 18, 1873, Journal of Discourses, vol. 16, p. 46.)

Following is a comparison between Christian doctrine and Mormon doctrine. It will become very obvious that Mormonism does not agree with the Bible. In fact, Mormonism has simply used the same words found in Christianity and redefined them. But with a proper understanding of what Mormonism really teaches, you will be able to see past those definitions into the real differences between Christianity and Mormonism. The difference is the difference between eternal life and damnation. http://carm.org/comparison-between-christian-doctrine-and-mormon-doctrine

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Defining Democracy- A brief essay!

In the United States, democracy is reflected via equal opportunity with consensus of rights as defined by the Constitution and Bill of Rights as established by our Founding Fathers. It is made manifest by way of elected officials entrusted to represent the collective whole of American society. It is distilled and advanced through the protective balance between our three branches of Government. “We the people” are custodians of the government; it was not designed to be an entity without representation or autonomy.

So long as equal opportunity is in place, democracy should not progress to incorporate special rights solely to benefit select groups, whether affluent or underprivileged. Democracy should not punish achievement due to personal financial accomplishment by means of inequitable taxation, nor should it financially compensate failure due to negligent behavior or poor financial management. Ultimately all contemporary matters of democracy should be subject to jurisprudence, our Constitution and the inalienable rights given by our Creator.

Democracy in action is reflected by the responsibility of every citizen to make a good faith effort in becoming educated to a level which enables them to contribute to the welfare of the common good. Additionally, citizens should actively hold their local government accountable to the promises she makes and diligently participate in the choice of their elected representatives at the appointed times or remain without recompense.

Outside the United States of America, democracy is solely at the mercy of the government as defined and instituted by the nation it inhabits. 

James R. 1/17/2012

Newt Gingrich: Obama is a food stamp President!

One may not agree with the whole of Newt Gingrich's political platform, but the man has experience and had the courage to say what America is thinking last night at the South Carolina GOP Debate on January 16th, 2012:

Aside from the Super PAC ads on Bain Capital, Newt had a very strong debate drawing at least one standing ovation on Juan Williams question about President Obama being a "food stamp President." He also connected with the audience where it concerned unemployment benefits, terrorism and No Child Left Behind. Now whether yet another strong debate performance can translate into votes remains to be seen. Despite consistently strong debate performances, Newt hasn't been able to demonstrate that he has a strong ground organization. http://spectator.org/blog

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