How a Michigan car owner got sued for an unlicensed mechanic accidentally killing a coworker during an oil change

YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS UP! First, let us be clear, this is a tragic accident and we are not advocating any ill will against anyone here. What we are questioning are the absolutely insane LAWS that would allow this to come about. A Michigan man is being sued for the death of a mechanic for … More How a Michigan car owner got sued for an unlicensed mechanic accidentally killing a coworker during an oil change

Judicial Activism: Why Justices should NOT Usurp Power & Make Laws

American Minute with Bill Federer Yale President Ezra Stiles stated in 1783:”Most states of all ages… have been founded in rapacity, usurpation and injustice… The Nimrods… (were) the first invading tyrants of the ancient ages… The spirit of conquest had changed the first governments… All succeeding ones have in general proved one continued series of injustice, which has reigned in all countries … More Judicial Activism: Why Justices should NOT Usurp Power & Make Laws

“Whatever strikes at the root of Christianity, tends manifestly to the dissolution of civil government”

American Minute with Bill Federer For those who may not read these our posts regularly, I will repeat our contention that America is not a Christian Nation nor was it founded as such. HOWEVER, there can be no doubt it was founded upon Judeo-Christian principles. Likewise Christians are commanded to be obedient to civil government … More “Whatever strikes at the root of Christianity, tends manifestly to the dissolution of civil government”

How Chuck Colson Thought Abortion Would Ultimately End

Today’s BreakPoint: How Chuck Colson Thought Abortion Would Ultimately End …“This,” Chuck concluded, “is the way the abortion war will ultimately be won: through Jesus Christ changing hearts, one by one. No amount of political force, no government, no laws, no army of Planned Parenthood workers, can ever stop that. It is the one thing … More How Chuck Colson Thought Abortion Would Ultimately End

Today in Church (And U.S.) History

Bill of Rights Guaranteed Religious Liberty In 1787 a convention in Philadelphia drafted what is usually recognized as the most extraordinary political document of history. The Constitution of the United States created a federal system with checks and balances on power. The world had never seen anything like it. Despite its benefits, there was doubt … More Today in Church (And U.S.) History

Psalm 119:14

What do you put a priority on? Worldly riches or the Word of God?    The Treasury of David EXPOSITION Verse 14. I have rejoiced in the way of thy testimonies. Delight in the word of God is a sure proof that it has taken effect upon the heart, and so is cleansing the life. … More Psalm 119:14