How the Two Major
Parties Differ from
the American Vision of "Liberty
- Freedom from the initiation of
force by others, especially by the government.
- "The government" claims to possess a
morally legitimate monopoly of violence.
- The entity called "the government" is the
worst idea human beings have ever come up with. The
whole concept of "the government" is evil.
- "The Free Market"
works; Socialism brings
poverty and mass death
- "Under God"
- The Constitution:
- America's Founders spoke of America as "an Experiment
in Liberty" (1787-1887)
- The "experiment" was a success: a Free
Market made America the most prosperous and admired
nation in history. "Capitalism"
- In the 20th century, the experiment in liberty was replaced
with another experiment: an
experiment in central planning
- The original American dream of personal, private
ownership, has been replaced with private indebtedness
and public control.
Invisible Hand of the Free Market works better than the
Visible Fist of Government
- America was founded on the philosophy of "Liberty
- "Liberty" means freedom from
government suppression of ideas and
confiscation/redistribution of wealth
God" means we have a personal
responsibility to love God and neighbor.
- The original American Dream:
Everyone dwelling safely under his own Vine
& Fig Tree
- America was founded as a "City
upon a Hill," a Christian
nation from which the Gospel would be promoted
around the world, and the
liberty" would cover the planet.
- There is a difference between "the
state" and "society."
Society = the people.
- Economics in One
- "From this aspect, therefore, the whole of
economics can be reduced to a single lesson, and
that lesson can be reduced to a single sentence: The
art of economics consists in looking not merely at
the immediate but at the longer effects of any act
or policy; it consists in tracing the consequences
of that policy not merely for one group but for all
- Why do they call The United States "The Great
The federal government bombs
The federal government has
military bases in Muslim nations
The federal government supports
Israel's actions against Palestinians
- These are the reasons given by Osama bin Laden for
declaring a "fatwah" (holy war) against the
- All of these accusations are true.
- All of these government actions are contrary to the
- The biggest cause of terrorism
-- and the most dangerous threat to the personal
safety and security
of ordinary Americans like you and me -- is the
Federal Government of the United States.
- Conservative Muslims also hate the U.S.A. because
the U.S. is the world's largest exporter of abortion,
pornography, and atheism.
- The federal government is no longer a City
upon a Hill, but an imperialist
- America's Founders envisioned the American people,
acting as businessmen, humanitarians, and
missionaries, engaging in commercial and charitable
activities around the world, bringing peace and
receiving the admiration of the world.
great rule of conduct for us, in regard to foreign
nations is in extending our commercial relations
to have with them as little political
connection as possible."
— Washington, Farewell Address (1796) [Washington’s
deem [one of] the essential principles of our
government, and consequently [one] which ought to
shape its administration,…peace, commerce, and
honest friendship with all nations, entangling
alliances with none."
— Jefferson, First Inaugural Address
- Today's government imposes isolationism
on the American people, by banning commerce and
cultural exchange with nations like Cuba,
while practicing brutal military imperialism
around the world.
- Bush's unconstitutional military invasion
of Iraq has destroyed
Christianity in that country.
- Under Saddam Hussein's secular government,
Christians in Iraq had greater freedom than in
most other Arab nations, and one of the largest
Christian populations in the Muslim world was in
- Iraq is now an Islamic theocracy under Sharia
law. The Christian population has been
destroyed. Christian Churches are burned and
terrorized with impunity. Thanks be to Washington
- Obama is following in Bush's unconstitutional,
- The U.S. needs to take greater leadership in
avoiding nuclear mass-murder.
- Is any war a "Just War?"
We must beat our "swords
- The New World Order
- Socialized Medical Care
- Capitalism, not socialism,
creates higher quality health care for more people,
especially for the poor.
- Health care reforms
should decrease, not increase, government involvement.
- No Government licensing
of doctors and other healthcare providers.
- No transformation of insurance into welfare.
- A false
religion - worshiping
the creature rather than the Creator.
- Human beings have a higher priority than wildlife.
- Human beings need a healthy environment --
- "The State" is the greatest destroyer
of the environment, and limits liability of
polluters, to the detriment of private property
- Time for Revolution?
- "No Taxation Without Representation" - a
rallying cry of the American Revolution.
- Taxation is a relatively unimportant federal revenue
generator. The fed now creates
money out of thin air
- This money-creation system is immoral and
unconstitutional. It steals from the
poor and elderly.
- America's Founding Fathers would conclude that The
First Amendment had been repealed
- There is no freedom of religion: the U.S. is
- There is no freedom of the press: the media is the
lapdog of "the
- Everyone who signed the Constitution, if they were
here today, would urge the repeal of the Constitution
and the abolition of the
government created by that document.
The word "Christ" means
"King." The Message of Christmas and the Principles
set forth by the Christ (the Messiah) who came that first
Christmas are the real solution to America's problems. The
Federal Government is at war with Christmas and "The
Way of Peace" announced by the Prince
of Peace. The Government should be on His
9:6-7). Abolishing a Messianic
State is the only appropriate way to honor the Messiah.
Otherwise Christmas becomes mass hypocrisy.
- Jesus was a descendant of King David.
The Jews gave
us the Bible.
- Eyewitnesses of the Messiah recorded their
of the Harvard Law School says their testimony
would prove the resurrection in any court of law in
America, at one
time a Christian nation.
longer a Christian nation, American courts routinely
release the guilty and condemn the innocent.
1:1-18 - The Incarnation
- The Word became flesh. The Creator of the universe
becomes a human being. He came to His own, but His own
did not receive Him, preferring darkness rather than
- Jesus was a descendant of Abraham.
All those who submit to Jesus as the Messiah (the
rightful king of the earth) inherit
the promises made to Abraham
who reject the Messiah do not inherit the promises
made to Abraham, even though Bush
defends their right to do so. - The promises were conditional
- John the Baptist prepares the way for the Messiah,
as prophesied of Elijah.
|As you read
the Gospel accounts, ask yourself how you would react if
you knew these accounts were really true. Not just true in
some "religious" sense, but reported in the New
York Times, proven in a court of law, or acknowledged
by your personal hero. (How do you know
something is true? Do you even have any
"heroes?") How should you change your life if
your Creator became a human being? How should Washington
D.C. react if this human being claimed to be the
- The Angel Gabriel announces the conception of the
Messiah, who will be given the throne of David.
- The unborn John recognizes the mother of the
|Bush-Obama would chop the
unborn John and the unborn Jesus into stem cells for
1:46-56 - "The Magnificat"
- “He hath scattered the proud in the imagination of
their hearts.” Luke 1:51
|The Bush-Obama regime is
filled with the power-hungry, who commit adultery in
reality or in fantasy.
- Zacharias, John the
Baptist's father, prophecies the birth of Jesus
|The expectations of
Zacharias are 180° opposite those of the Bush-Obama
- Joseph told about the Incarnation.
"Jesus" means "salvation"
"Immanuel" means "God with us"
|The Bush-Obama regime
thinks it brings salvation.
Obama thinks he is Immanuel.
Dreaming of a Large Christmas
- The Prophet Micah predicted
that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem. Jesus'
parents lived in Nazereth. Therefore God predestined
Caesar to issue a decree (probably relating to taxes)
that would bring Joseph and Mary to Bethlehem before
Jesus was born.
Bush claimed the same global power of confiscation and
migration as Caesar did. Thousands of Christians have been
forced to move out of Iraq to make way for Bush's Islamic
- An army of angels announces the birth of the
“Glory to God in the highest,
And on earth peace
to those with whom He is pleased!”
end is to glorify God and live in
peace. The chief end of the Bush-Obama regime is to
erect a "wall of
separation" between God and government so that
the State gives no glory to God, and to wage war, thereby
"stimulating the economy."
- “Now when they had seen Him, they made
widely known the saying which was told them concerning
this Child. And all those who heard it marveled at
those things which were told them by the shepherds.”
|Washington D.C. isn't
- Joseph and Mary went to Jerusalem to obey Leviticus
12:8, which suggests that they were not rich.
politicians are among the richest and most financially
secure people in America.
- Anna the Prophetess is another well-known Godly
person who acknowledges that Jesus is the Child
promised by the prophets.
|Where is the Anna of our
day who tells us we can trust Washington D.C. to bring salvation?
- "Wise men from the East" knew of Micah's
prophecy that the King of the Jews would be born in
|Are there any wise men
around the world who place their confidence in George
Bush, Henry Paulson, Paul Krugman, or Barack Obama?
- The kings from the east present the Messiah with
|Rather than bestowing
wealth on the King, Obama-Bush confiscates
the wealth of others.
- When Herod got word of the birth of a rival king, he
behaved in a perfectly logical way (for someone who
wants to protect his power): he massacred all
male babies the age of Jesus. Herod recognized that
Jesus was a threat to Herod's power.
|Every day in America
4,000 unborn babies are murdered. These babies must
Millions of Americans who call themselves Christians,
on the other hand, are no threat to tyranny.
None of them are being killed. The Bush-Obama regime has
killed a thousand times more human beings than Herod did,
and confiscated a billion times more wealth than Herod
- Herod's son Antipas played a small role in the
execution of Jesus Christ. But Jesus rose from the
dead, was enthroned on the throne of David at the
right hand of God, and assumed the rightful role of
King over all nations.
today and culminating on Sunday morning, Christians will
celebrate with their families the resurrection of Christ,
His victory over death. We will remember that He gave His
body and His blood—washing clean the
faults and the shortcomings of the world. In our
rejoicing we will renew the hope that is ours through the risen
Reagan: Statement on the Celebration of Passover and
Easter, April 17, 1981.
Seven Themes in Micah's
Vine & Fig Tree Prophecy
|And it will come about
in the last days
[For the LORD of hosts has
That the mountain of the House of the LORD
Will be established as the chief of the mountains
- Christmas vs. Rapture
- Heaven on Earth
- Heaven Now
Preterism / Christmas
Year 2: Calvin's
|And it will be raised
above the hills
And the peoples will stream to it.
And many nations will come and say,
"Come, let us go up to the mountain of the LORD
And to the House of the God of Jacob,
|That He may teach us
about His ways
And that we may walk in His paths."
For from Zion will go forth the Law
Even the Word of the LORD from
And He will judge between many peoples
And render decisions for mighty, distant nations.
Year 2: Rushdoony's
|[And each of them will
sit under his
Vine and under his fig tree,]
|Then they will hammer
swords into plowshares
And their spears into pruning hooks;
Nation will not lift up sword against nation
And never again will they train for war.
Year 2: Pacifism/Anarchism
|And each of them will
sit under his
under his Fig Tree,
With no one to make them afraid.
For the LORD of hosts has spoken.
|Year 2: Agrarianism
|Though all the peoples
Each in the name of his god,
As for us, we will walk
In the Name of the LORD our God
forever and ever.
In that day, saith the LORD,
will I assemble her that halteth,
and I will gather her that is driven out,
and her that I have afflicted;
And I will make her that halted a remnant,
and her that was cast far off a strong nation:
and the LORD shall reign over them in mount Zion
from henceforth, even for ever.
Peter Maurin: "Agronomic
|Kurt - Lafayette,
Please comment on the following: "Man cannot rule
man. He uses deception, manipulation, coercion, &
force. It doesn't work. It never worked. It will not
work. There is only one who can truly rule. God.
from previous Town Halls:
|Kurt - Lafayette,
What steps do we need to take to transition from our
current political reality to the Godly reality of a
society" = a society free of priests and princes.
Here's a page created before y2k:
|Kurt - Lafayette,
Who and what is the Church? And what is it's role, if
If we were ever to get the size and scope of Federal
government to match the Constitution, what way could it be
funded without violating free market principles?
ALWAYS violate Free Market principles. That's why they
were created: to do something prohibited in the Free
Market, like stealing or assassinating. If a
"government" does not violate Free Market
principles, it is a "voluntary
association," not a "government." By
Must we eliminate the Constitution in under to be truly a
people with "Liberty Under God"?
|Debbie - Hayts
How can we educate the people when our public schools are
flawed and a lot of our churches are not preaching the
should abolish public schools.
But then we need to establish replacements
with Nik on Facebook here.
|Mark Denton -
I am confused, the Libertarian movement, as best defined
by Ayn Rand is completely opposed to Religion in politics.
So aren't the terms Libertarian and Evangelical out of
whack with each other?
the question, Mark. Only a tiny fraction of libertarians
would say that only atheists can be libertarians. Only a
tiny fraction of evangelicals would agree with Rand's
definition of "faith" (I'm just stipulating; I
don't know of a single one).
|Tony - Seven Springs
In regards to constructive capitalism, I was thinking
about a documentary my wife and I recently watched called
"Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox." Though he is
eccentric and by no means is he Christian in the orthodox
sense, he did latch on to some Christian principles in
doing business. This documentary is available on Netflix
"The Search for God and Guinness" by Stephen
Mansfield. The tagline is "A biography of the beer
that changed the world." "It began in Ireland in
the late 1700s. The water in Ireland, indeed throughout
Europe, was famously undrinkable, and the gin and whiskey
that took its place was devastating civil society. It was
a disease ridden, starvation plagued, alcoholic age, and
Christians like Arthur Guinness-as well as monks and even
evangelical churches-brewed beer that provided a healthier
alternative to the poisonous waters and liquors of the
times. This is where the Guinness tale began. Now, 246
years and 150 countries later, Guinness is a global brand,
one of the most consumed beverages in the world. The tale
that unfolds during those two and a half centuries has
power to thrill audiences today: the generational drama,
business adventure, industrial and social reforms,
deep-felt faith, and the beer itself." [link]
In regards to debt, interest, and going into business. On
page 54 of this book, Arthur Guinness received 100 pounds
as an inheritance from his father's friend Dr. Price who
had passed away. Not until 7 years later of hard work, was
he able to buy the land that an old brewery sat on,
getting a 9,000 year long lease. There was no mention
about going into debt.
|Carol - Orange, CA
Is your position on the Bible that it substantially ---
teaches from the beginning to end --- that the civil
magistrate is a hostile to the Kingdom of God? If so, what
do you think about starting a Bible study with this UP
FRONT statement about the civil magistrate/STATE. And make
sentence by sentence connections through the scriptures to
called "the civil magistrate" is the worst idea
that human beings have ever come up with. It was designed
by evil doers to do evil, but well-intentioned people have
also endorsed it.
|Pete - California
Do you think recapturing the original interpretation
of His-story might be a useful change to the conversation?
It would be great, of course. What part of
"history" were you thinking of? Whose "original
interpretation" of history were you thinking of?
|Tony - Seven Springs
1. How would you commentate/exegete Revelation 21:24-26
where the Scripture speaks of "the kings of the earth
will bring their glory into it (i.e. into the new
Jerusalem/new heavens and earth, which I take to be the
new covenant)? Who are the kings? Is this signifying that
civil governments with rulers over nations will continue
on? Can you give me some clarification from your
|I see it as
the end of their reign, not the continuation. Verse 23
"And the city had no need of the sun, neither of the
moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it,
and the Lamb is the light thereof."
The language of sun, moon, and stars is the language of the
fall of political powers. It signifies the end of
their autonomous reign and their subservience to the
reign of the Lamb. Jesus said
those who obey Him are not archists.
|2. From your point of
view about the death penalty no longer necessary to be
carried out by man, because of Jesus' death, can the same
logic be applied to animals no longer being used as a food
source. Since animals became a food source after the fall
when they were sacrificed as a covering/offering. Now that
Christ died and no longer are animals to be sacrificed,
should animals still be put to death for consumption?
Especially since Isaiah 65:25 reveals that animals will
begin to revert back to plant based food. Am I reading
into this too much?
animals can make atonement, I can't think of any way
eating animals would do so (except where specifically
required as part of the sacrificial ritual. Daily diet is
As I recall (without taking time to
look anything up) they didn't become
a food source until after the Flood.
I once did a Bible study on this subject and it just about
split the church! I got a lot of ideas from Arthur
Custance on metabolism, etc. Heard of him? Google custance
and "doorway papers" Are you familiar with Jim
Jordan? He treats the animals as symbolic of men and the
dietary change in animals as symbolic of a change in
How do you fit in 1 Timothy 4:3
"Forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from
meats, which God hath created to be received with
thanksgiving of them which believe and know the
|Tony - Seven Springs
What do you think of Ron Paul?
He's great on paper -- I agree with him on nearly every
issue. His stand on the issues against big government has
been heroic. He's not as great on TV as a candidate. It
sometimes seems to me that he doesn't believe anybody is
going to agree with him, and that we're all headed for
"the crack-up boom." He seems grumpy. He needs
to be more effervescent and inviting, to make liberty more
attractive. he does this at pro-Paul rallies, but not in
I did a little post-broadcast research on Gary Johnson.
He is pro-choice and pro-homosexual union. I will not
mention him favorably again. Ron Paul is not aggressively
pro-life enough to suit me, but he
is in the right camp on the issues, and Gary Johnson
is not. Abortion and homosexuality are bellwether issues.
They tell you a lot about the candidate.
|Tony - Seven Springs
Should Christians running for office who claim to be
Christians, should they be quoting from the Bible more and
appealing to God's word as the source of law?
people would say no (Chuck Colson, David Barton). I say
yes. Go ahead, call me a "theocrat."
The laws of our Creator are objectively
revealed in the Bible so that
we don't have to rely on subjective intuitions of "natural
law." This point needs to be pressed. The
authority of God in the Bible needs to be a matter of
public discourse and social consciousness. We need the
Christian religion, not secular subjectivism.
|William - Irvine, CA
Kevin, sorry my wife and I haven't been able to call
in lately to your wonderful program sat mornings. we've
been going to a protest demonstration at the Fullerton
police dept. in asking for justice be done in the
murdering of a homeless man kelly thomas by six officers,
and tazered 6 times.. the before and after picture of this
man is horrible in what they did to him, as his last words
were dad,dad, dad.. he had also a little mental problem,
but still this was not proper,,, there have been 500
hundred of all kinds of people asking for justice be
done.. you can google kellythomasfullertonprotest and see
some of this.. praise GOD we so far can stand up to the
authorities with some freedom to make a statement.!! Bless
you Kevin talk to you soon.. keep up the great work !!!
Our goal should not be to "protest" the
police and other archists, but to bring about repentance
on the part of police -- as individuals and as a
Department. "Protests" can harden hearts.
"Protests" depersonalize: "us-them."
Police circle the wagons to protect themselves against the
"protesters" without really listening to the
issues. Suppose one of the tasering police was your
next-door neighbor. Or imagine that you're at the DMV
holding #123, and one of the officers is next to you with
#124, and they just called #38. How will your conversation
go in the next 45 minutes? Will you "protest" or
will you engage in a conversation that might lead to
|Cheri Quillin - Jasper
I ask, WHICH religion is to be represented by this
THEOCRACY? The terms for Deity in the Declaration of
Independence (the three times it is mentioned):
"Nature's God" "Creator" "Supreme
Judge of the World" "Nature's God"? Even
pagans worship this aspect of God. "Creator"?
All religions that I know of have belief in a
"creator". "Supreme Judge of the
World"? Any particular religion for this? So, I ask:
if the Declaration of Independence is a "theocratic
document" - then WHICH RELIGION? By the way, I'm a
resident of Jasper County, and I vote. I will NOT SUPPORT
ANYONE WHO CO-MINGLES CHURCH AND STATE. I've studied the
Holy Roman Empire, and the crusades. I've studied the
Muslim theocracies, and I want NO PART of such a thing.
LIBERTARIANS avoid such a thing. LIBERTARIANS are for
freedoms from undue government influence. You, sir - are
|Back in 1892,
The Supreme Court of the United States declared that
America is a Christian
nation. The Court cited the Declaration of
Independence as evidence of this. You say that
"pagans" worship a god using terms found in the
Declaration of Independence. But clearly, the Framers of
the Declaration were Christian, not pagans, and intended
the Christian God, not a pagan god. You say "all
religions" believe in a creator. But none of these
religions were represented in Philadelphia during the
Framing of the Declaration or the Constitution. (Leaving
alone the fact that many religions, like
Buddhism, do not believe in god or a creator.) The
question, "Which religion," is obvious to any
intelligent observer, as the Supreme Court noted.
I too would not support anyone who co-mingles church
and state. I would only support someone who wants to abolish
church and state. I am the
only such candidate that I know of.
No Christian I know of supports the crusades, although
because they were marginally Christian, the
Christian crusades were less genocidal
crusades in our day.
I too want no part of a Muslim
theocracy, which is quite different from a Christian
"Freedom from undue government
influence" is not enough for me. For me, all
government influence is "undue." If I am not a
Libertarian, it is because I am an anarchist,
and advocate the complete abolition of "the
government" and its oppressive influence.
See also Robert Kirk's question, below.
|Drew - St. Louis
You are nucking futz. What version of the Bible uses the
word Archist? Or did you pull that rancid catfish out of
obviously went to a government-run school. Click here
to look at the Greek text of Mark 10:42-45. The Greek word
in verse 42 is the word from which we get the English word
word "anarchist" means "not" an "archist."
We don't often think about the literal meaning of the word
"anarchist." (And "Drew" probably
doesn't think very much at all. Maybe this will get him
"Drew" may have fallen for The
Biggest Government Lie in the History of the World.
If you want to live in a theocracy, why don't you move to
Iran or some similar country. You have no place in this
country when you try to impose your religion on the rest
- Thanks for visiting and paying enough attention to
notice that I use the word "Theocracy."
- • I don't want to move to Iran because I want to
live in a Christian Theocracy
like America, not a Muslim theocracy.
- • I am not an archist,
that is, someone who is willing to "impose"
his will on others by initiating
force or threatening violence
against those I cannot persuade.
- • Do those who believe in the
religion of Secular Humanism have a place in the
U.S. to make all laws conform to their secular
religion? They have done this.
- • Every
"law" is the imposition of someone's
- • The word "Theocracy"
literally means "God rules,"
or looked at from the other direction, a nation "under
- • If I try to pass a law requiring public
schools to teach students that the Declaration of
Independence is really true, people
like you will accuse me of trying to "impose a
theocracy" on the U.S. That assures me that every
single person who signed the U.S. Constitution would
agree with me that we ought to make
America a libertarian "Christian Theocracy."
|Carol - Orange, Ca
Debt, debt, debt----No one takes the Law of God seriously,
so we are drowning in DEBT. Proverbs 22:7--The borrower is
the servant (slave) of the lender. IMHO in this verse is a
succinct summation of our whole problem. Among the many
verses that speak against debt living, these two in the NT
speak especially strongly against this practice of living
on our home loans and credit and debit cards---I Cor.
6:10---For you are bought with a price: therefore glorify
God in your body and in your spirit; and I Cor. 7:23--You
are bought with a price; be not the servants of men. Are
we Christians? Do we read the WORD OF GOD, folks?? We are
literally sinking, second by second into a sea of a
quadrillion dollars of bad debts. You say, "I never
borrowed anything like that amount of money." Ah,
dear citizen and dear Christian, you live on credit and
thereby you gave the lender your precious ownership
rights, which God says plainly belong to Him! God will not
be mocked. We are in serious trouble. Repent, dear
Our paper seems to have been quoted here:
|Tony - Goldsboro, NC
Is there ever an acceptable time to take out a loan and go
to the conclusions above, keep in mind that borrowing from
a fractional reserve bank involves violence
|William - California
Had a question on the phone about the book of Esther.
Esther appears to record the fulfillment of Ezekiel's
famous "Gog and Magog" prophecy:
Attempts by Jews and Christians to project Esther or
Ezekiel into our future are unjustified.
|Jim Means -
The only benefit I see from our Libyan adventure is a
boost to our arms industry which has been slowing with the
winding down of Iraqi operations. The War Powers Act has
been unconstitutional from its inception. No matter which
side we support in the middle east we are supporting
people who hate the U.S. It is a no win situation.
The U.S. is a Warfare/Welfare State
War Powers Act
|Jim Means -
Forbes quote of the day yesterday: "There is no doubt
that the real destroyer of the liberties of any people is
he who spreads among them bounties, donations and
largess." If Plutarch could see it in ancient Greece,
politicians must recognize it today and do not care about
Liberty is destroyed if these gifts are taken by force,
and liberty is destroyed when the recipient becomes
dependent upon the redistributor of stolen wealth.
|Jim Means -
A republican senator from Wisconsin writing in the Wall
Street Journal this week claimed that we have the best
health care system in the world, that the death rate from
prostate cancer is 608% higher in Great Britain, a blatant
misstatement of the facts. Britain's death rate from
prostate cancer is actually lower than ours. We need to
find policies that can make our health care system open to
free market solutions that will provide a better solution
than national health care run by the government or the
insane system we have now.
All the evidence I've seen indicates that under British,
Canadian, and other socialist healthcare systems, people
are not allowed to seek testing/diagnosis or treatment
earlier than the government rationing system allows, and
that more die as a result. If I could find a link to the
source that claims there are more deaths in the U.S., I
would interact with it.
|Jim Means -
The life expectancy in Afghanistan is 36 years one of the
lowest in the world. We are contributing to the low life
expectancy as we continue to kill Afghans.
Life expectancy is higher in Christian nations. Violence
is lower, health is higher.
A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE By Steven Pinker
Debunks the idea that humans are peaceable by nature
and corrupted by modern institutions. Pinker doesn't say
it, but humans by nature want to be their own god, and
this violent tendency needs to be restrained by
institutions created by the Gospel: family, school,
employment, charity, etc.
|Jim Means -
The Muslim says: I worship the God of Abraham. I never
miss any of my five daily prayers. My lips never touch
alcohol. I am faithful to my four wives. I have memorized
the holy Quran. A so-called Christian who seldom goes to
church, tolerates alcohol consumption, has sex outside of
marriage, knows no more than a few verses of his
scriptures, and worships the fraudulent son of our god who
is complete within himself and needs no sons or holy
ghosts to carry out his will dares to call mine a
Many muslims are more dedicated than many who call
themselves Christians, no doubt. A true Christian and a
true American is an "extremist."
The last portion of this comments sounds like
Bible teaches Trinitarianism.
The "Supreme Judge of the
World" mentioned in the Declaration of
Independence is Jesus Christ, according
to the Jefferson Bible. If Jesus really said these
things (as Jefferson apparently believes He did) then he
was insane if He is not really God. He was nuts to allow
the Jews to crucify Him for claiming to be God if He was
not really God. Taken as a whole, the Bible claims that
Jesus was Divine, as well as the Holy Spirit.
This belief has been the foundation of liberty in the
America's Founders -- even John
Adams, sometimes called a "unitarian" -- endorsed
Trinitarianism, as part of America's True
|William -- via the
- See platform statements on
- • Iraq
|William -- via the
|Jim Means - Walnut
Eliminate all those departments and add thousands to the
unemployment lines. This is not going to help our
Libertarian image in the eyes of the general public as
uncaring, selfish individuals.
employees will be employed by FedEx, UPS, etc.
(2) Government waste can be invested in new jobs and
(3) This increased productivity = lower prices and a
higher standard of living, even if postal employees have
leaner, more competitive wages than they had in
It is selfish of government employees to use force to
protect their uncompetitive job. They advance their own
short-term interests at the expense of others and even at
the expense of their own long-term prosperity and that of
|Allow the USPS, a
separate corporation not a government department to close
unnecessary post offices, limit hours and otherwise
streamline their services and UPS, FedEx and other private
services would have a hard time competing.
hard to compete with a government agency that gets to cut
services and still charge the same amount. Competitive
business in the Free Market can't get away with that.
Law is at work in large corporations as well as
government bureaus. At least the corporations can scale
back in tough times. That has produced our current high
unemployment and slow recovery as the corporations enjoy
higher profits and their unnecessary employees take our
taxes in unemployment benefits
back" is a very good thing; exactly what needs to
take place. Government has been printing up new money and
giving it to special-interest businesses, which percolates
throughout the economy, creating an artificial
"boom." All these false investments need to be
liquidated, as they do not reflect real consumer
preferences. Government-created employment needs to be
replaced with high unemployment, followed by
|The CIA claims ten
percent of Egyptians are Christian, 10% of them, Coptic.
underground in a hostile nation until the conversion of
the emperor Constantine.
Then with government and the church in partnership,
political power corrupted the church.
|See more on
|I'm talking the
establishment of the Roman Catholic Church and its
eventual domination by demonic forces
demonic domination of churches -- like the Church in Rome,
the Church in Ephesus, the Church in Corinth, etc., -- is not
as great today as it was in the
last days of the Old Covenant.
|william of irvine -
kevin, as the bible is our main book, what other books
would you recommend to read for spiritual, political and
See the Reading chart above
I'd like to add a bit to last week's
answer. I believe the most pressing priority is not
reading other books "for spiritual, political and
health issues," but to build the foundation.
And further, my son, be admonished by these. Of making
many books there is no end, and much study is
wearisome to the flesh.
The majority of our time needs to be on
the foundations, including volunteer work mentoring those
who did not or do not have families that reliably build
and thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy
children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in
thine house and when thou walkest by the way, and when
thou liest down and when thou risest up.
it shall be, when the LORD
thy God shall have
brought thee into the land which He swore unto thy
fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give thee
great and goodly cities which thou built not,
houses full of all good things which thou filled not, and
wells dug which thou dug not, vineyards and olive trees
which thou planted not, when thou shalt have eaten and be
beware lest thou forget the LORD
who brought thee forth
out of the land of Egypt, from the house of
This is exactly where we are today.
Because the foundations have been ripped out of public
schools, we have forgotten God, and are ready to be
dropped in the lap of a new Pharaoh.
The next verse is interesting, because it
seems like a change of subject, but it's not really:
shalt fear the LORD thy
God, and serve Him, and shalt swear
by His name.
Our politicians do not take their oaths in
the name of God, and they break them. Oaths are a
reflection of foundations, of worldview.
We should avoid getting lost in detail, and missing the
|sir william -
how do we get our church away from dispensational thinking
and the likes of c s scofield ,hal lindsey so on,,what
question should we ask them to get them to think
|You must take
them by the hand and walk a mile with them. Weeks and
weeks of Bible studies.
- also here
|Sandra - Irvine
So for me to be an optimist I must be a responsibalist —
to respond to the ability god has given me—do I
|cariie miller - st
are you that unamerician that you want to change
constition letst change the free speech that you hide
behine youre just un speakable in your ideas
person who signed the Constitution would agree that the
Constitution should be repealed and the government it
created should be abolished.
If that isn't obvious to you, by comparing the Bush-Obama
regime against the Declaration of Independence, then
you're a victim of educational malpractice, and you're
just not a very good American.
|carrie miller - st
are you un educated or just stupid
would like to become an extraordinary American, enroll in GeorgeWashingtonCoaching.
|Jim - WALNUT
The invisible hand seems to have given us a situation
where nearly all new business development is based on the
distribution and sale of goods produced on foreign soil.
It will be a while before we need any new construction as
the nation is full of empty residential and commercial
buildings. Where is the hope for near term employment
The Long-Run Big Picture - George
|Lynn - Ozark
pretty clear to me the passport change is for the
homosexual adoptions they have been pushing.
Parent One? This is Child Two."
State Dept. Changes Passport Forms
|Jim - WALNUT
Asking for parent one and parent two on the passport
application must make the children in single parent
households feel inadequate. The question needs to be
eliminated and the information, if necessary, can be taken
from the applicant's birth certificate that must be sent
with the application.
The Long-Run Big Picture - George
|Carol - California
GATES What is the significance of the gates in eg. Prov.
31:23 and 31. Is the idea here something that would be a
goal of FAMILY homeschooling. Should FATHERS aspire to be
known in the gates. Should Fathers and Mothers be teaching
their SONS to be known in the gates? In this sense, is it
constructive to understand further what it means to be
KNOWN IN THE GATES?
Education is a matter of time.
North: Social Overhead Capital -- Intensive Service
|Jim - Walnut Shade
That sounds like the mullah's stance that Jesus or an
imam is coming back to unite the world under Shari'a and
bring eternal peace to a Muslim world.
does not teach that Jesus is "coming
again soon." But the Bible does teach that Jesus
came at the first Christmas
to create a "New World Order." Atheists,
Christians, and Muslims all agree on the necessity for a world
Islam is an imitation of Christianity. True
Christianity does not teach that Christ will bring peace
at a future coming, but that already is the Prince of
Peace, and that Christians are priests and kings who
should implement His Reign in the world today.
The "United Nations" is
the secular equivalent of the Christian and Islamic ideal
of world order.
The true Christian conception of world order is not a
global police state, or a global priest-state, but global Anarcho-Theocracy.
|Carol - ORANGE, CA
Kevin -- Could you discuss what Romans 13 means when it
says that rulers are not a terror to good works, but to
the evil. This in the light of what you have said about
the evil of governments.
"ordains" and "sanctifies" EVIL
dictators and tyrants "for our good."
|Jim - Walnut Shade
Islam is ready to kill every infidel. If we do not
resist, how will Christianity survive?
the devil." But by evangelism
and service, not by violence.
The idea of America as a City upon
a Hill is not one of a global
empire, but of a missionary
nation, setting an example.
|Jim - Walnut Shade
The Holy Roman Empire made Rome the capitol of the
Christian world. After Constantine
they thought they were a Christian nation.
Constantine: The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of
"globalism" are inescapable concepts. Every
government is a "theocracy." Every government is
the forcible legislation of somebody's morality. The
source of that morality is the "god" of the
society. In a Secular
Humanist theocracy, every man is his own god, but the
State or Party claims to embody the "general
Every theocracy seek global dominion. Obviously
atheistic communism sought international hegemony. So does
the atheistic "New World
Order" of the Bush-Obama regime.
If Christians do not seek a global
theocracy, they will be brought under tribute to the
theocracy of another religion. A truly Christian Theocracy
is an "Anarcho-Theocracy."
|Carol in California:
Everybody: Read Ezekiel 33. What do you think about
the call to be a WATCHMAN? In what context did this call
come? What were the main subjects being discussed in those
chapters? What activities and practices and persons were
being condemned? Does this OT call apply to our lives,
culture, churches, government,etc.? Does this Watchman
idea relate to your campaign of LIBERTY UNDER GOD? How?
What are crucial lessons here?
33 - NKJV
The "watchman" was to "warn the wicked of
his way to turn from it" (v. 9), not just to say,
"the sword is coming!" and encourage pre-emptive
military strikes or "survivalism."
33 - Matthew Henry's Commentary
the passage is not just concerned with "personal
Sends Evil! - Why Calvinists are Anarchists
|A very disapointed
citizen - Jamestown,NY
Are you a joke? Really?! Your trying to discriminate
against and entire nation of people such a homosexuals i
hope you know the thing you're saying a litrally brining
thousands of people to tears and mabey most of the united
states of american is apart of the christian community
there are others out there
|No Name, No City
You are obviously NOT an anarchist...or are you confused?
|I am not an
Another Name for Anarchism?
|Nicole Trujillo -
what relationship do you see America having with Israel?
|It depends on
how you define "America." The federal government
of the United States should have no relationship with
Israel other than necessary treaties which the
Constitution authorizes. No foreign
aid to Israel from the federal government (and no
foreign aid to anti-Israeli Muslim nations either). In
|Voter - Branson
Kevin, I agree with many of the stances on your website.
However, I cannot find much information about you as a
person. Can you please tell us about yourself? Also,
according to your position for fewer taxes and less
spending, Congressmen would have to be willing to
sacrifice tax-rendered compensation for the public good.
Can you convince us that your own personal financial
situation would not create a conflict of interest when it
came to choosing between the public's needs and your own
personal info is found here
at the bottom of the page.
2. A whole lot more is here.
3. More important than who I am, is who I strive to be.
4. My personal financial situation is living in
poverty. If elected, I would stage "money
bombs" and other programs to raise money to make
sure that -- just as environmentalists worry about
"carbon footprints" -- I would not leave a
"taxpayer footprint" in my wake. In other words,
as much as possible, I would not compel taxpayers to pay
for my presence in Washington D.C. This means following Ron
Paul's practice of returning the bulk of the allocated
money for Congressional Staff. It doesn't take a large
staff to follow the Constitution, only to meet and deal
with lobbyists. There will be none of that in my office. I
have formed a non-profit organization to do the work of
spreading the vision of "Vine
& Fig Tree," and I would work through that
organization to accomplish my goals, and not use extortion
to raise money from taxpayers.
|My question is what is
your stance on Abortion?
- Abortion is murder.
Congressman Ron Paul on
The 14th Amendment
Reagan on Abortion - KevinCraig's
Kevin Craig's Platform:
& Fig Tree" - the original
American Dream - work, profit, save, invest, enjoy, pass on
to next generation.
- Not "easy to borrow,"
- Limit government to the size prescribed by the
- Education -- so the next
generation can understand what America's Founders fought and
died for. No government promotion of schools (rather than homeschooling)
or colleges (rather than
apprenticeship or online alternatives).
- Energy -- the key to a rising
standard of living, the current chain to the Middle East
- Not "invade other nations"
to secure our own wealth.
- Not trust in standing armies
for our "national
- Taxes take over half of
everything we earn during our lifetime.
- Social Security is an
unethical ponzi scheme which prevents one generation from passing
on a nice nest egg to the next.
- Every American could be born with a
comfortable inheritance for education, a first home, or
medical care; instead, every American is born in great debt.
- Washington D.C. central planning
increases debt, does not create the "Vine
& Fig Tree" life.
- No more inflation, no more paper
- No more wasteful government spending.
(Or do I repeat myself?)
- You cannot have liberty and prosperity without religion
What Would America's Founding
The men who signed a
Declaration of Independence against tyranny
would not be happy with today's government - a government more
tyrannical than any they could have imagined.
The men who threw tea into
the Boston Harbor over a tax of 3 pence per pound would not be
happy with a tax ten times greater on every gallon of
Those who took up muskets
over a total tax burden of less than 3%
would not be happy with the fact that the federal government now
takes more than half of everything you
Today it is illegal for
public school teachers to teach their students that the
Declaration of Independence is really true (and not just an
outdated historical document). The federal government is clearly
at war with everything the Founding Fathers stood for.
America's greatest Americans would abolish
today's federal government.
Muskets are Not an Option
There are two reasons why we should not take up arms to pull
off the violent overthrow of the
federal government, even if America's Founders would surely do
so. First, the feds have nukes. Second, violent revolution is
unChristian and unBiblical. We must beat our swords
into plowshares and use persuasion
to abolish tyranny. This is time for a
revolution of ideas.
Revolution Won't Come in a Day
John Adams once wrote that the American
Revolution began in 1761, when Massachusetts attorney James
Otis began legal challenges to the Writs
of Assistance. He lost the case, but "American
independence," Adams wrote, "was
then and there born." Now do the math. That means it
took 15 years to convince the rest of America to
declare Independence (1776). Then another seven years of
war was required before a Peace Treaty was signed (1783), and
then six years before the Constitution was finally
ratified (1789). That's almost 30 years. (And Jefferson said we
shouldn't go 20
years without another rebellion!) How can we hope to
convince Americans to fight for principles they were never
taught in government schools? We need to be in this battle for
the long term. "Eternal
Vigilance is the Price of Liberty."
|George Washington has been
criticized for owning slaves -- even
though he inherited them, and even though it was
illegal for him to free them (when Virginia tried passing
laws against slavery, the
King of Britain overruled them). But being a slave in a
Christian nation is better than being "free" in an
In the Soviet Union, workers on the collective farms were
allowed a small plot of land to grow what they wanted, and
sell for whatever they could get. These small plots of
capitalism saved the entire nation from starvation.
"Two percent of privately
owned Soviet farmland was producing fully 30 percent of
the country’s grain."
Today's Secular America is like the atheistic Soviet
Union. The government claims ownership of more
than 2/3 of everything you earn. The majority of
industry is regulated by the State. Yet the small amount of
freedom left to us provides us with iPods, big-screen TV,
microwaves, and info-tainment. We think we are wealthy. But
we are not free.
In America, the percentage of privately-owned property --
truly and securely owned -- is not much different from the
percentage in the Soviet Union. George
Washington's ideal was for every American to live
peacefully under his own
"Vine & Fig Tree." This was the original
"American Dream." Today's "American
Dream" is a fixed-rate mortgage. The bank
actually owns your home. This is a form of slavery, as
anyone who signed the Constitution would tell you. Even if
you pay off your mortgage, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled
government can take your home and give it to someone
else who might use your property differently and pay more
taxes to the government than you do.
Consider the challenge of Samuel Adams.
Americans today love "wealth" (if "gangsta-rap
cell-phone ring-tones" can be considered
"wealth") better than liberty and personal
responsibility. Because Americans have been denied the three
most important features of colonial schools in America, they
are ignorant and illiterate
-- like slaves.
Samuel Adams, speaking at the State House in
a very numerous audience” on August 1, 1776:
ye love wealth better than liberty,
the tranquillity of servitude more than
the animating contest of freedom
—go from us in peace.
We ask not your counsels or arms.
Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you.
May your chains sit lightly
upon you, and
may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen!
If you are an ordinary American, you are a pampered
slave. You are wealthy beyond the imagination of
anyone alive in 1776. But you would rather keep the remote
control of your TV than risk
it by fighting for liberty and personal responsibility.
Every great athlete has a coach.
If you want to be a great American you need a coach.
If you want to achieve great things for your country, you need a
Imagine what you could do if George Washington, "the Father
of his Country,"
could travel through time and be your personal coach.
The results could be extraordinary.
Find out why you need a personal coach, and why GeorgeWashingtonCoaching.com
is the foundation for an extraordinary life.
- We win the race by overcoming the biggest obstacles.
Who are the Big Enemies? What are the Big Issues?
Martin Luther said:
- If I
profess with the loudest voice and clearest exposition every
portion of the truth of God except precisely that little point
which the world and the devil are at that moment attacking, I
am not confessing Christ, however boldly I may be professing
Christ. Where the battle rages, there the loyalty of the
soldier is proved; and to be steady on all the battlefield
besides is mere flight and disgrace if he flinches at that
- Do you know what the Big Issues are? Do you know how to
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"Enumerated Powers Act" (EPA)
Each member, upon the start of his term of office,
takes an oath, promising to protect
and uphold the Constitution. Yet virtually every day that
Congress is in session these same oath-takers become
law-breakers -- passing laws and expending funds on items
that are not Constitutionally permissible. Background
End the Mexican Civil War|
Black-market profits caused by drug prohibition fund a
civil war in Mexico that's threatening to spill over our
borders. Drug profits also fuel the terrorists who are
killing U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. It's time to dry up
the black-market profits. It's time to end drug
Congress Read Their Bills Before Voting
Make Congress read every word of every bill they create
before they vote on it.
Urge your Representative and your Senators to sponsor
DownsizeDC.org's “Read the Bills Act” (RTBA).
The Federal Reserve System constantly inflates and deflates
the supply of money and credit, causing booms and busts.
It's time to get off this roller-coaster. It's time to end
No government money, whether borrowed or taxed, should ever
be used to bailout private financial interests. If you
agree, please send Congress a message telling them so.
- A Backdoor Real ID Card|
Real ID is dying. But the Department of Homeland Security
has a new plan to subject every American to a national ID
card anyway. They plan to pick off one occupational field at
a time, starting with the maritime industry. One man is
fighting back. Meet him, and help stop this backdoor Real ID
the campaign finance laws
Campaign finance laws are really incumbent protection laws.
They make it almost impossible for challengers to raise
competitive funding, while doing almost nothing to control
the true causes of government corruption. We were told that
the campaign finance laws—the contribution limits and the
reporting requirements—would curtail or even prevent
corruption. Now, with 40 years of experience, we know that
they do the exact opposite.
If the government suspects you used your house or car in a
crime, they can take it and sell it at auction. They don't
even have to prove your guilt. They call this practice civil
asset forfeiture, but it's really theft. It violates the
4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th and 14th Amendments. It also
encourages law enforcement to put profits before justice.
Tell Congress to end civil asset forfeiture.
is not the way to control carbon emissions.
Even if you accept that human CO2 emissions are causing
problematic global warming, a government run "cap and
trade" system is not the way to deal with this problem.
• An increase in your electricity and gasoline bills
• New tools for politicians to control the economy, hand
out favors, and punish enemies
• Almost no improvement in reducing overall CO-2 emissions
(if the example of Europe is a reliable guide) Learn
consumer controlled health care
The politicians tell us free market health care doesn't
work, but we haven't had a free market in decades.
• Starting with depression era wage and price controls,
and continuing with government tax policies, the
politicians have made Americans dependent on their jobs to
get health insurance.
• The government already pays for nearly half of all
health care. This means we're half-socialized already
the War for Terror
U.S. policy has inflamed the Middle East. It has made
terrorism more likely rather than less. We seem to be
fighting a war for terror, rather
than on terror. This policy must
stop. The place to start stopping is with Iran. We must
not attack Iran. War with Iran would devastate our
economy, disrupt world oil supplies, and recruit more
here to stop this war before it starts.
the Freedom to Farm
Crops grow in dirt. Animals don't take showers or use
toilets. Food is made from yucky stuff.
This means there's always a risk of contamination. We can
reduce this risk, but not eliminate it. Attempts to make
everything perfectly safe are Utopian fantasies that carry a
high price in increased costs, reduced variety, diminished
supply, and . . . increased risk.
The free market already provides you with multiple ways to
balance risks and costs.
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