• 15
  • Jul 2014

A Candidate For Our Times

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

By Alan J. Corbett

If, in the next election, a new candidate were running who espoused the following views and principles how do you think he would fare. Would he have even a ghost of a chance of being elected in modern-day America or would he be shunned as someone with absurd notions and ideas; ideas out of touch with our needs tohttp://www.wannadevelop.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/HugeDomains-184x184.jpgday? Read The Entire Article…


  • 25
  • Jun 2014

Entitlement Mentality Leads to Decay of More Than Just Nations

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By Matthew Ung

We all know lavishness is one thing that brought down the Roman Empire. Enemies invaded, yes, but it was destroyed from within. I’m sure Romans warned about that happening, just like President Lincoln warned the American Republic. Both have vast differences, but their chief similarity is their hegemony— “preponderant influence or authority over others” in Webster’s Dictionary. Read The Entire Article…


  • 16
  • Apr 2014

We Forget They Were Wrong About Reagan

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By Matthew Ung

The burden of proof. Who bears it? Having history show you to be astoundingly right or dismally wrong. Who remembers it?  Spreading false discord among your Republican brethren. Who calls it a sin?  Publicly attacking your own before privately attacking your enemies. Who purges such lunacy?

Such are questions the mainstream/establishment Republicans-in-Name Only cannot ask of themselves, cannot answer, and will not answer. Sadly, it’s time for me to admit that the Republican Party, at almost any level above the county central committees, is NOT a “Big Tent Party.” By virtue of its platform of conservative principles, it IS, but by virtue of its rulers, it is NOT. When the Tea Party conservatives/the Constitutionalists are in authority, the party rejoices: but when the RINOs beareth rule, the party mourns. Read The Entire Article…


  • 29
  • Jan 2014

Rand Paul Better Suited for Kentucky

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

Our unique American Republic is built on a very simple (and almost lost) fact: human rights come from God, and government exists only to protect those rights it was without the power or authority to create or grant itself. Read The Entire Article…


  • 14
  • Nov 2013

Waking Up To The Tyranny Of Too Much Government

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Some of you know, some have an ‘inkling’, and some haven’t a clue. But the fact is your government is growing continually bigger, becoming more controlling of you, slipping into denying you rights that historically have been considered fundamental or inalienable, and criminalizing segments of society who’ve done nothing wrong. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Jul 2013

Capital Punishment on Biblical Authority

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

Capital punishment has become the epicenter of enduring confusion in our world, particularly among the Christian ranks…not because the scriptures are in any way unclear on the issue, but because religious leaders, their followers, and civil legislators have chosen to exalt personal preferences for the rules of crime and punishment above the written laws of God. Unfortunately, this is done all too often in a spirit that is disparaging – even hostile – toward those who wish to take the words of Jesus at face value and obey them. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Apr 2013

A Modest Proposal on Pressure-Cookers

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By Matthew Ung

Now that it has been confirmed that pressure cookers were used in the Boston bombing, Americans will be restricted from owning more than one pressure cooker. The mayor has said “There just is no reason that someone would need more than one small pressure cooker in today’s world”, while the Governor hollered to cheers at a rally, “You don’t need multiple pressure cookers to cook a deer!”

A background check with a fee will be required before you are allowed to purchase one, in an effort to curb “pressure cooker violence.” High capacity pressure cookers will no longer be available to the general public but will still be available to military and law enforcement. Read The Entire Article…


  • 13
  • Mar 2013

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie…and Other Ways to Educate Congress

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by Matthew Ung

The latest republican capitulation is to give at least $400 billion of deficit spending to the democrats by suspending the debt ceiling debate for three months, at the convenient time that the limit is reached. In exchange, they get back $69 billion of appropriations cuts, apprehensively labeled as “severe” cuts by many GOP insiders and commentators. Read The Entire Article…


  • 13
  • Mar 2013

New Unemployment Numbers, Same Dishonesty

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by Matthew Ung

The government’s 4th Quarter (2012) unemployment figures came out recently. We went from 7.8 to 7.9% unemployment, but if Read The Entire Article…


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  • Feb 2013

Resurrecting the Infamous “Methvin Farm”…and Other Ways to Destroy America

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

I was recently contacted by a Reuters reporter who assumed that, because I am an evangelical pastoring in the midwest, I would agree with a new evangelical political initiative attempting to broker a deal between the liberals and conservatives – a “moral” way to handle the powder keg of America’s Trojan Horse called illegal immigration. It was described by the reporter as the  “I was a stranger and you took me in” initiative. The “I was a stranger …” initiative takes its mantra from the famous text of Matthew 25:35, quoting the authoritative words of Jesus Christ. My response to Reuters News was probably not what they expected.  Read The Entire Article…


  • 28
  • Nov 2012

A Divorce from the GOP

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By Mychal Massie

The Republican Party, from its inception in 1856, has stood for conservative pro-family and pro-Constitutional values. Those values are what first drew me to the Republican Party and they are what have led me to be engaged in my unwavering support of same.http://prints.encore-editions.com/500/0/the-cradle-of-the-g-o-p-first-republican-convention-held-at-lafayette-hall-pittsburgh-pa-feb-22d-1856.jpg

I have opposed those Republicans who support abortion, homosexual marriage, expanded government, increased spending and other political positions that others and I argue are antithetical to what our Party has long stood for.

But the Republican Party we have supported and fought for is no longer the same. We have elected candidates who have behaved – and supported policies – more in line with Democrats than those standards we expect from true Conservatives. And, specific to that point, we have paid dearly as a nation for it. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Oct 2012

How the Democratic Party was Ruined. Why Republicans Should Care!

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

If we are blown away at the reasonably kind and normal relatives that most of us have, who are self-described life-long Democrats, because they refuse to either leave their perverted party or at least stand up to it vocally for being un-American in its foundational ideology (platform)…

And we are blown-away because they look us in the eyes at family reunions and tell us they don’t agree with their own party’s proclivity for promoting homosex, abortion, Marxism, “living constitution” crap-ola, etc…

And we are blown away with them BECAUSE they are unwilling to stand up or leave, based upon sensible principles of morality and patriotism…yet, we ourselves are not willing to do the same to our own pagan, man-worshiping, secularist, humanist, scoundrel-filled Republican Party, then we have no credibility to criticize our Democrat friends and relatives at all. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Sep 2012

America’s Civic Religion in Light of its Judges

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By David A. Norris

Justice William O. Douglas, United States Supreme Court

In times past, our nation’s judges recognized that America has a civic religion.  In 1952, Justice William O. Douglas wrote, “We are a religious people and our institutions presuppose a Supreme Being.”*  Civic religion is different than the personal faith of individuals–their manner of worship, fellowship and practice. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Aug 2012

Political Gang Rape

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by Joel McDurmon

We expect leftists, liberals, and other miscreants to pounce opportunistically, to lie, cheat, and twist (all the while drooling) over a phrase like “legitimate rape” when uttered by a strong conservative Christian politician. But should we expect the same from alleged conservatives?

Yet this is exactly what we’ve seen from several prominent conservatives in the wake of a media gaffe from U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin (R-MO) in regard to alleged “legitimate rape” and abortion.

What could have been quickly and easily handled with a consolidated response correctly interpreting Akin’s unfortunate phrase was instead a rare cause of bipartisan hazing. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Jun 2012

Convictions over Compromise

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A Review of American Politics

by Matthew Ung

I’ll be frank. Republicans are compromising where democrats are not. Republicans are buckling where democrats are not. It’s a good thing I’m a conservative before I’m a republican.

The actions of the Obama Administration and the democrats are very easy to decipher. They are about imposing utopian statist power-grabbing. There was no compromise on Obamacare! On the most unconstitutional single bill of our time that needed to be crushed, the democrats did ZERO compromising, ZERO pandering, ZERO negotiating. And they succeeded. While many Americans were still debating if healthcare was a right or privilege, the bill was passed into law with planning and precision. Despite many democrats being promptly voted out of office and a reversal in the public support for Obamacare, the law still threatens our freedoms today.

The actions of republicans are harder to decipher, because the Republican Party is proudly a “big tent party,” which can be good or bad. I’ll get to that later. Read The Entire Article…


  • 6
  • Mar 2012

Family Courts v. Father’s Unalienable Rights

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By Shane Flait

Family Court Violates the Purpose of Courts and Fathers’ Unalienable Rights! The purpose of court is to reveal truth so as to administer justice to maintain liberty of the innocent, punish the guilty proportionately to his offense and compensate for damage done if possible to the aggrieved. The court’s process for accomplishing this must be recognized as a fair process. Family court ignores all of this. Read The Entire Article…


  • 24
  • Jan 2012

Jesus’ Four Parables of Governmental Conflict

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

There are only two kinds of men that can hold power on earth – the forgiven or the unforgiven – the righteous or the unrighteous! Jesus’ three and a half years in public ministry revealed the greatest collision between divine government and human government ever seen in the history of the world – concluding with Christ’s unjust murder on the cross at Calvary. In His parables of Mark chapter three, Jesus taught that there were four levels of government currently in conflict in our world, and that conflict continues to this hour. In this cornerstone sermon Rev. Gordon reminds the modern church of three great truths: 1) The source of all governmental conflict, 2) The mandate upon the modern church while amidst the conflict, 3) Who Jesus declared would inevitably win as these four governments collide for the final time. Click Here to Watch!


  • 18
  • Jan 2012

Sex, Property, and the Good Samaritan

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

Hear this rare and fascinating sermon explaining the context behind one of the most profound answers Jesus gave (in response to one of the most simpletonian questions ever asked Him): “Who is my neighbor?” Upon this doctrine of Christ – the answer to this particular question posed by a lawyer (who is my neighbor?) rests the foundation of all liberty, property, and the free-market economy of the western world. Watch Sex, Property, and the Good Samaritan to understand the real definition of Americanism.


  • 18
  • Jan 2012

No-Fault Divorce Assigns Fault to Men Using Severe Due Process Violations

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By Shane Flait

No-fault divorce sets up a legal tyranny against a father because it assigns punishment to him and rewards the mother without allowing him the due process required to protect his rights. Paternity suits do much the same. Here’s how and why it happens. Read The Entire Article…


  • 18
  • Jan 2012

A Case Study on Nimrod: When Opposing Big Government Goes Too Far!

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By Rev. J. Chace Gordon

Long ago in the early annals of the history of humanity, mankind collectively (with little exception), violated the Divine Laws of God that were imprinted upon his own conscience.  For some 1600 years, God put up with this rebellion, but as wickedness increased in the earth so the destruction of His beloved human race became imminent and inevitable.  A loving God was forced to take desperate and horrible action: Read The Entire Article…


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  • Jan 2012

Jesus’ Doctrine of National Judgment

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

In the wake of two national tragedies that SHOULD have driven His nation to national repentance, Jesus prophetically warned His nation, and in the process, all nations, that Father God must judge political and social corruption. All who heard Christ teach His Parable of the Cloud and Wind were driven to ask, as Americans must ask today: “Am I in any way complicit in the moral decay – the national sin – that endangers America?” Watch Jesus’ Doctrine of National Judgment


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  • Dec 2011

Were Moses and Jesus Fascists?

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

Did you know that Barna Research revealed that more than 50% of graduating high school seniors in America believe that Sodom and Gomorrah were “husband and wife?” Did you know that Barna also found that only 37% of Americans could name all four of the New Testament Gospels? Did you know that Kelton Research uncovered that the overwhelming majority of Americans surveyed were able to successfully give the accurate ingredients found in a McDonalds “Big Mac”, but almost none in the same survey could name even ONE of the  Ten Commandments? Surely Christians know more about the Bible than…hamburgers? What else might the modern church be missing from their knowledge base?

Unfortunately, Bible literacy in America is no longer the norm, even among those who regularly attend church. Correcting the problem is directly tethered to whether or not America can be restored. Rev. Cary Gordon addresses the subject of Mosaic Law and its proper relation to modern government, in the light of the work of Christ at Calvary and the significance of the Mount of Transfiguration. Enjoy this rare sermon on the true anchor of good government – the harmonious relationship between the Old Testament law of God and the New Testament law of Christ. Brace yourself as the sacred cows of popular Marcionism are slaughtered, and the real meaning of Paul’s writing in Colossians 2:13-14 is demonstrated in a reenactment of Moses’ “Law of Jealousy” prescribed in Numbers 5:23.

Watch: Were Moses and Jesus Fascists?


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  • Dec 2011

Reviving the Rotten Corpse of Natural Law

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By Dr. Gary DeMar

When Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas appealed to Natural Law theory in some of his legal opinions and writings, there were those on the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearings in September 1991 who took exception. The most vocal critic was former Senator and now Vice President Joseph Biden.

William Blackstone

As long as Thomas defined Natural Law as Biden did, Thomas’ appeal to it was acceptable. But if he defined it as “Higher Law,” the belief that God was its author as eighteenth-century jurist William Blackstone (1723–1780) did, then his view of Natural Law would not be tolerated. Biden wrote an article that appeared in the September 8, 2001 issue of the Washington Post[1]in which he claimed the following for his version of natural law:

Read The Entire Article…


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  • Nov 2011

Of Political and Theological Divides – A Way Forward on Abortion

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

There is a divide that now noticeably exists among Christian political activists across the United States surrounding the answer to the question: should activists demand abortion be outlawed outright, or should they choose instead to incrementally reduce abortion out of existence by the application of varying degrees of aggravating regulatory laws? One side we will call the “incrementalist” insists the use of a method intended to gradually regulate abortion into oblivion, and the other we will call the “purist” demands incremental strategy be abandoned in favor of straight-forward legislation that clearly and entirely outlaws murder of the unborn at once. The strident and ongoing disagreement between these two factions, ironically, guarantees the abortionist continues to win, as he has for the past 38 years since Roe v. Wade. A solution MUST be reached. Lives are literally at stake. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Oct 2011

Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition Presidential Winners and Losers

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By Bob Eschliman

Senator Rick Santorum

The Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition Fall Banquet, held on the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines last night, was anything but a debate. But, it was another opportunity to separate the wheat from the chaff in the 2012 Republican presidential nomination field. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Oct 2011

COMMON SENSE: Herman Cain: Liar, liar, pants on fire!

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By Bob Eschliman

In all fairness, I have to admit I once was riding the “Cain Train.” I had bought into his message, his position as an outsider railing against Washington, and Herman Cain’s success as a businessman who has been able to create jobs and turn failing business models around.

Cain Train?

But, I never stopped the vetting process, which is why I’m firmly back among the ranks of the undecided. I dug deeper as I got to know more about the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO, and I didn’t like what I saw.

For one thing, the man’s underwear must be constantly aflame, because he seemingly can’t open his mouth without lying.

Cain appeared on “Piers Morgan Tonight” on CNN Wednesday night, a move most political advisors probably would not recommend. And, it wound up costing him considerably.

Throughout the campaign trail, Cain has fancied himself a champion of the pro-life movement. Granted, Morgan roughed him up pretty good in the early going, but when he got a relatively soft question on abortion, Cain folded. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Oct 2011

COMMON SENSE: Ron Paul’s only consistency is his inconsistency

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by Bob Eschliman

This past May, during a GOP debate in South Carolina, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) was asked about his stated position on criminalizing drug use:

      Q: You say that the federal government should stay out of people’s personal habits, including marijuana, cocaine, even heroin.

      A: It’s an issue of protecting liberty across the board. If you have the inconsistency, then you’re really not defending liberty. We want freedom [including] when it comes to our personal habits.

And, yes, he’s completely for de-criminalizing the non-pharmaceutical abuse of heroine, arguing that if it were not illegal, no one would abuse it. While that’s probably a deal-breaker for a lot of Republican caucus/primary voters, it clearly hasn’t hurt his popularity with his committed supporters.

But, let’s take a key point he made and it apply it to other pieces of his rhetoric: “If you have… inconsistency, then you’re really not defending liberty.” In other words, politicians who are inconsistent in their words and actions are not going to defend liberty. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Oct 2011

Rick Perry: Beyond Texas DREAM Act and Gardasil-Gate

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by Bob Eschliman

As an uncommitted voter in the Republican primary/caucus process, I’ve taken my responsibility as an Iowan seriously — probably more seriously than several of the presidential candidates, but I digress. I’ve been trying to vet the candidates, and unfortunately, I find many of the candidates offered on the GOP slate lacking. But, I know I’m not alone. Most Iowa Republicans seem disenfranchised with the 2012 crop. It’s easy to bash on the media-appointed frontrunner, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. His actions speak far louder than his rhetoric: he’s in favor of “partnership agreements” for homosexual couples — gay marriage, just by another name — and his “RomneyCare” program — by which “ObamaCare” was modeled — allows $50 copays for taxpayer-subsidized abortions. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Oct 2011

What is the Black-Robed Regiment?

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

Below these opening comments I have posted an erudite historical article authored by David Barton, containing information in response to a call-in heckler on WHO radio today. If you are interested in the veracity of my public claims that Christians during both the Revolutionary and Civil War periods of history had far more reason to “give-up” on America than we do today, you may find this information very interesting.  In my opinion, every American, especially modern pastors,  should take a very thorough look at the history of the Black-Robed Regiment.

While the article may yet prove unsatisfactory to perfectly describe the scenario to which I extemporaneously referred while on the show, suffice it to say the exhaustive documentation below does provide tales of equal and greater horrors for one’s consideration. One caller brought-up that history tells us of a English soldier called “Bloody Banastre Tarleton” who was known to refuse “quarter” to captured “rebels.” (This meant anyone believed to be a rebel was killed regardless of surrender.) In August of 2010, Glen Beck mentioned the burning of many churches during the revolutionary period and also suggested that there was an occasion where people were killed in those flames. This was mentioned during a largely televised event.

Specifically, Bloody Banastre Tarleton was nothing short of a butcher during the revolution. From what I understand he was known to burn barns, homes and churches alike. This was a more common act than some would like to admit. One source records a “six day period the British set the towns of New Haven, Fairfield, Westport and Norwalk ablaze. At least five (5) churches, two hundred ninety-five (295) houses, one hundred fifty-three (153) barns and a significant number of stores, shops, mills and vessels were torched by British troops.” Obviously, to burn down a home or barn or other structure, particularly if Red-Coat troops believed rebels to be inside them, made sense in the heat of battle. With that said, while it is very likely that Tarleton personally burned churches, the question of whether or not he personally burned  a church with people inside, remains in dispute. I digress.

For those who do not have time to read the entire historical context of Pastor-led revolutionary battle, I would like to highlight one particular statement from within the article (a short version) most germane to this discussion. As you will see carefully documented, there was hostility (yet still untold) against American pastors and their churches. Pastors were DEFINITELY KILLED and their churches were DEFINITELY BURNED! The brief excerpt reads as follows: “…No wonder the British dubbed the patriotic American clergy the “Black Regiment.” But because of their strong leadership, ministers were often targeted by the British. Read The Entire Article…


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  • Oct 2011

The Doctrine of Natural Law

By Rev. Cary K. Gordon

A sermon on the spiritual and legal ramifications of “Nature and Nature’s God”, and its direct correlation with what Americanism truly is, outlining what must be done if America is to be saved from its current trend toward ruin. Select here: The Doctrine of Natural Law to watch Rev. Gordon’s opening message for Cornerstone’s “Homecoming 2011″ Convention, preached on August 7th, 2011!