Saturday, June 30, 2012

When The Supreme Court Makes a Mistake

      When the Supreme Court makes mistakes, they make MONUMENTAL Mistakes. An early court did so when they took a private letter by Thomas Jefferson and made its words Law. Because of that Monumental Mistake many people today actually believe that the words "separation of Church and State" occur in the constitution. They do not and were never intended by any of our founding Fathers including Jefferson to be there. The Supreme Court was never designed by the Constitution to make Law or Designate Power, their only purpose is to rightly devine the words of the Constitution itself. Their job is to limit usurped power of the Administrative and Legislative branches.
      They made another Monumental Mistake in Roe v. Wade and gave "doctors" (willing to break their Hipocratic Oath) at Abortion mills the power to MURDER babies and call it choice. Murder, the killing of a living Soul is NOT something the Constitution would ever authorize.
      Chief Roberts made a Monumental and Cowardly Mistake this past week when he dreamed up a scheme to call a Bad Unconstitutional Law a Tax and granted powers to the Legislative branch they were never entitled to under the constitution.
      As a former Federal Judge, Joe Miller said this week: "The chief justice’s rescue of the individual mandate is a massive expansion of federal power, now permitting the federal government to regulate, by taxation, its citizens’ “failure to act” or passivity.  I challenge you to go back to the first 150 years of U.S. jurisprudence and find any Supreme Court opinion that would suggest such a construction of Congress’s power to tax and spend under Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution."

In his powerful dissent, Justice Scalia agreed that this power grab was unconstitutional:

"What is absolutely clear, affirmed by the text of the 1789 Constitution, by the Tenth Amendment ratified in 1791, and by innumerable cases of ours in the 220 years since, is that there are structural limits upon federal power—upon what it can prescribe with respect to private conduct, and upon what it can impose upon the sovereign States."

And then the zinger:

"Whatever may be the conceptual limits upon the Commerce Clause and upon the power to tax and spend, they cannot be such as will enable the Federal  Government to regulate all private conduct and to compel the States to function as administrators of federal programs."
      We MUST, my friends, make sure this November 6th, we vote GOP. We need a clear Republican Majority in the House and Senate and a Republican President so when more Justices are apointed and vetted they will be Constitution Scholars, and lovers of Freedom, with no liberal predjuces against Liberty, no leanings toward Socialism and Communism. We must restore our Constitutional Republic and protect it forever more.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

If You are Wondering Where Jesus Is, Here is the Scoop

      With Father's Day coming up tomorrow, I got to thinking about how few days a year people go looking for Jesus. Oh, I know, they sit in a pew at church on Sunday, but are they expecting Jesus to show up? A few maybe. A few even invite His Holy Spirit inside, (but that's another subject for study).
      No, most people, even Christians, go to church four or five, maybe six times a year to look for Jesus. Some go on Christmas and look for a little baby in a feed trough (manger), but He's not there any more. Some go on Resurrection Day and look in an empty tomb, and thank God He isn't there. Others go on Mother's Day or Father's Day looking for Jesus among the memories of mom and dad. As great as Mom and Dad were, they'd be the first to tell you Jesus isn't a memory. Same for Memorial Day of your Church, as great as all the former Church members were they would agree Jesus isn't in the Church. He doesn't live in a building built by human hands.

      So where is Jesus? Easy. Jesus is seated on His Throne, right where He is supposed to be. He is sitting at the "right hand" of His Father, making intercession of our prayers, watching every move we make, waiting for us to say that powerful word Lord. Lord forgive me! He is instantly listening. Lord Save me! He already has. Lord help me! He is always in place and ready.
       The part of the Godhead that is the Father can't look on our sin, but the walking, talking, Seated in Glory Jesus part of the Godhead, has already seen our sin from the Cross, and from that night in the Garden when he drank our sin and shame in that awful cup. He intercedes and says to The Father and The Spirit this is the one I was telling you about, one of those I died for, a great friend and brother, ain't it great to hear from him. I know the whole family down there. I can hardly wait till You tell me to go get them Father. I know it will be soon now. Very Soon!