Words Mean Things…

The process of writing our constitution was painstakingly debated because words mean things. When you choose words it is important they reflect the meaning you intend so it is no wonder there is a concerted effort underfoot to change the meaning of words and history by the enemies of our constitution, and it is happening every day, every chance they get.

Take for instance the president and secretary of state discussing our right to “freedom of worship” as opposed to right to “the free exercise of religion” as stated in the constitution. At first glance they may seem similar but freedom to worship is not the same as freedom of religion. There are many religions that define the terms of how they worship therefore free to practice their religion. Freedom to worship is not religion specific and taken to the next step could be defined by the government since it is not tied to religion. For some this may seem trivial but for thinking individuals it is the difference between protecting their religion and losing their religion.

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Left-Liberal Columnist: Eek, Nullification!

Much as I’d like to think some people on the Left might reject knee-jerk nationalism, articles like this one are all too typical.  Let me paraphrase: nullification (which the poor guy can’t even define) and rebellion are wicked.  Cut it out.  Obey your overlords.  You are born to be ruled.  And forget that “question authority” thing…

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