Posts Tagged ‘ Constitution ’

Honor The Fallen Today

May 26th, 2014 | By

Watch and distribute this inspiring tribute to the U.S. military this Memorial Day. Remember their sacrifices and pray for their families. Pray today for wise political leaders who understand the importance of our military in preserving peace and freedom for our nation and for other nations threatened by tyrants.

Sen. Cruz Defends Religious Freedom At Liberty University

Apr 4th, 2014 | By

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke recently at Liberty University in Virginia and urged students to remain strong in their faith. He said, “As believers, we are called to action; not just sitting quietly and hiding our faith under a bushel but to stand and speak no matter what the consequence. Religious liberty has never been more under attack.”

Obama Seems Determined To Violate All Of The Bill Of Rights

Feb 21st, 2014 | By

“…under the Obama administration, the Federal Communications Commission is planning to send government contractors into the nation’s newsrooms to determine whether journalists are producing articles, television reports, Internet content, and commentary that meets the public’s “critical information needs.” 

Christians Fear Libya’s Islamic Laws

Jan 6th, 2014 | By
Christians in Libya fear rising influence of Islamists and Islamic law.

Minority Christians in Libya have begun the New Year with concern after parliament voted to make sharia, or Islamic law, the source of all legislation. A special committee has begun reviewing existing laws to ensure that they comply with sharia, BosNewsLife learned.

Congressman Goodlatte Holds Hearing On Obama’s Violation Of The Constitution

Dec 3rd, 2013 | By

Our system of government is a tripartite one, with each branch having certain defined functions delegated to it by the Constitution.  The President is charged with executing the laws; the Congress with writing the laws; and the Judiciary with interpreting them.

The Obama Administration, however, has ignored the Constitution’s carefully balanced separation of powers and unilaterally granted itself the extra-constitutional authority to amend the laws and to waive or suspend their enforcement.

Forbes Releases Statement Defending Legislative Prayer in Town of Greece v. Galloway

Nov 7th, 2013 | By

“Today [November 6] the Supreme Court considered a vital question: under what circumstances may a legislative body begin its sessions with prayer?  Our nation can trace the time-honored tradition of opening legislative sessions with prayer back to the First Continental Congress.  However, today the Court was asked to make a radical, unwarranted departure from the Constitution.  

U.S. Muslim Imam Says Sharia Superior To U.S. Constitution

Jul 16th, 2013 | By

If Islam is the basis (of the government), the kafir won’t be equal with the Muslim. The Christian or the Jew will be a dhimmi. They won’t be equal with the Muslim.

Report From Washington – January 27, 2012

Jan 28th, 2012 | By

IN THIS ISSUE: Rick Santorum stands for God given rights in Florida debate / Obama favors Muslim Brotherhood / The Egypt Obama made / One Thousand days since Congress passed a budget / Muslim students attack in Dearborn / School attacks student for pro-family op-ed / Will Nigeria surrender to terror? / Christian schools with Islamic prayers / Canada honor killings trial

William J Murray speaks on Sharia at Nashville Conference

Nov 12th, 2011 | By

Comments of William J. Murray at the Preserving Freedom Conference 11/11/11. “As chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition I have been a part of numerous fact finding missions all over the world. Some of these have been with congressional staff, others with former congressmen and governors to witness religious persecution first hand.”

The Constitution or Sharia; Preserving Freedom Conference Just Two Days Away — Attendance Exceeds All Expectations

Nov 9th, 2011 | By

According to William J. Murray, chairman of the Sharia Awareness Action Network (, the conference organizer, yesterday, registrations passed 350. Between the day and evening sessions, close to 500 are expected to attend. When the venue was the Hutton Hotel, which breached its contract with the conference, fewer than 200 were expected.