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Do you feel homosexual relationships go against your moral and/or religious beliefs? Do you think that the definition of marriage has been corrupted and, regardless of what the Supreme Court says, marriage can only exist between a man and a woman? Do you think that the Supreme Court should not be able to steal state sovereignty from the citizens in state who have passed an amendment against gay marriage? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you likely wish there was a way to fight back-but how?
This article will show you that some states are willing to lead the way. If you are from any of these states, please support your politicians to help them keep up the fight. If you are not from any of these states, especially if your state passed an amendment against gay marriage, email this article to your legislators and ask them why they are not in the fight.
To learn which states are fighting back, click on this link.
If the Supreme Court believes Obama Care is such a great thing, why have they allowed themselves to be exempted from a requirement to live under its strictures? With some help from citizens like you, perhaps we can force them, as they have forced so many other Americans, to live under its mandates. To learn more about the SCOTUScare Act and how to support it, click on this link.
A raisin farmer in Horne v. USDA sued the United States Department of Agriculture for confiscating each year a significant percentage of his raisin harvest. This decades old scheme by the federal government was supposed to increase the price of raisins. Be that as it may, it is still theft and in opposition to the Fifth Amendment. Fortunately the Horne family was up for the 11 years battle that culminated in a win for property rights at the Supreme Court.
This article will give you more background on the case, while also providing additional interesting information on the historical origins of the Fifth Amendment. To learn more, click on this link.
As you likely know, on June 29, 2015 the Supreme Court ruled the EPA must take into account the cost of their regulations on the energy industry. The Supreme Court is to be lauded for this decision. It is a step in the right direction. If the EPA can be held to this new restriction, perhaps the coal industry can survive and continue to provide reasonably priced electricity for the citizens. Otherwise, all bets are off. To learn more, click on this link.
Anyone who knows American history knows the Founders deliberately integrated Christian prayer into all aspects of government and education. Unfortunately a series of court cases over time have distorted the Establishment Clause, which was designed to prevent our government from establishing a church, in such a way as to use the Establishment Clause to restrict inclusion of prayer within government meetings.
Good News. A recent court case in the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, Ohio, Bormuth vs. County of Jackson, now allows the use of prayer in legislative meetings. While this ruling is likely to be challenged, and possibly end up in front of the Supreme Court, please tell your local public officials about this ruling and ask them to research its application to their situation. Please emphasize to them the importance of again integrating prayer back into our government. To learn more, click on this link.