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May 12, 2012 ~ 0 comments

What every American is thirsty for is a bit of good news. It’s been so frustrating to watch the mainstream media vilify those who have even the slightest desire to live for something greater than themselves. Tim Tebow has provided us the greatest example of this. The media is fervently watching him, waiting for him to fall or fail, waiting for proof that he’s the hypocrite that he actually claims to be, as a confessing Christian – the essence of Christianity is the recognition that every man falls short of living a perfect life deserving of an eternal reward, but understands that perfection, Christ, is the standard that we spend our entire lives learning to emulate. ...


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April 18, 2012 ~ 0 comments
As I finished my tax returns, and sent a check to the federal government, I couldn’t help but think about all the articles I had looked through to help me maximize my “tax breaks.” Of course, the software I used ensured that I got them all.  And then it really hit me — why in the world do we call them tax breaks? To do so actually concedes that our federal government is rightfully entitled to the monies and it is kindly letting me get some of it back....
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April 1, 2012 ~ 0 comments

As Christians, we tend to remember that we’re supposed to give ten percent of our income to the church (whether we do it or not), but, what do we do with the rest? God cares about what we do with the other 90% of the money that He allows us to invest, spend, and store away

When we consider our investments, we must consider God’s desire for us in not becoming unequally yoked with unbelievers. Companies may have serious earning potential, they may be doing extremely well, but if they’re also undermining the traditional family unit...
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March 28, 2012 ~ 0 comments

Liberty Counsel Action's Director of Public Policy attended the oral argument at the Supreme Court regarding severability. The bench was hot, which means many of the justices had many questions. In total, three attorneys presented arguments.

Paul Clement was the first to present. Mr. Clement argued that the individual mandate is essential to the primary provisions of Obamacare and that Congress would not have passed Obamacare without...
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March 26, 2012 ~ 0 comments

Today the U.S. Supreme Court will hear the first day of oral argument in Florida v. United States Department of Health and Human Services, which will determine whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (better known as “Obamacare”) is constitutional. Liberty Counsel Action's sister organization, Liberty Counsel, filed two amicus briefs with the Supreme Court, addressing both the Anti-Injunction Act and the Commerce Clause.

Audio of the argument will be made available two hours after the end of each day’s proceedings. This link will be updated by the Supreme Court to contain the audio from various cases...


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