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Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling will end First Amendment

One of the goals of the Strident Conservative is to be a light exposing the darkness of the lying liars on the left as they spread their radical “transformation of America” agenda. Over the past year, many of the lies have been in the area of same-sex marriage and the intolerance of those who oppose the idea. Now, in light of the Supreme Court decision that “legalized” same-sex marriage in all 50 states, some of the concerns held by folks who support traditional marriage—a union between one man and one woman—are already being realized. While spreading the truth about the consequences of legalizing same-sex marriage, I also challenged those who read my articles or hear me on the radio to take a stand for what’s right and make their voices heard. Thankfully, many of them have said yes! Unfortunately, there are also those who say that these new laws don’t affect them, so they don’t see the need to make a fuss. To those people, I offer this quote from the great Dr. Martin Luther King: According to several outspoken leaders who have been legally engaged with the issue, the redefinition of marriage by the Supreme Court has set up […]

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The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program 7-3-2015

This Week On The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program: The New Traditionalists, Will We Be Them? Adult Themes Will Be Discussed. Adult Language May/ Will Be Used. You have been warned!!!!! Join The Panel: @noway90 @smokie_tx @reactionariez @goochzilla Alternate Feed Here: … Continue reading

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States rights, same-sex marriage, and the end of the road

For some reason, I made my way to PoliticsUSA.com the other day and I came across a headline that made me question whether or not people actually read. Oklahoma’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the state must remove its Ten Commandments monument at the state Capitol because it violates the state Constitution. Article 2, section 5 of the Oklahoma Constitution says, “No public money or property shall ever be appropriated, applied, donated, or used, directly or indirectly, for the use, benefit, or support of any sect, church, denomination, or system of religion, or for the use, benefit, or support of any priest, preacher, minister, or other religious teacher or dignitary, or sectarian institution as such.” Now, states are free to decide these types of issues among themselves. However, those who oppose this truth always seem to point back to the establishment clause in the First Amendment of the Constitution, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” Merely having a 10 Commandments statue on the capitol is not an establishment of religion, especially if it is privately funded. If Oklahoma had been arresting and throwing their citizens in jail because they didn’t believe in the 10 Commandments, […]

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Jesus never taught “tolerance” – A second look after the same-sex marriage ruling

It was just a little over two years ago that Jason Collins, a washed-up NBA player nearing the end of his career and looking for some cheap publicity, announced to the world in a Sports Illustrated interview that he was “a 34-year-old NBA center” who was “black” and “gay.” In the interview, as he tried to justify his sexually deviant lifestyle, he reflected on the “Christian” lessons he learned from his parents, particularly the teachings of Jesus Christ: I’m from a close-knit family. My parents instilled Christian values in me. They taught Sunday school, and I enjoyed lending a hand. I take the teachings of Jesus seriously, particularly the ones that touch on tolerance and understanding. (emphasis mine) Of course, I documented how wrong Mr. Collins was about the teachings of Christ, particularly when it came to how the Son of God doesn’t “tolerate” our sin and the choices we make. I invite you to check it out. So, why am I revisiting this story? Because I believe that in light of the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Obergefell v. Hodges case, which fabricated a constitutional basis to legalize “marriage” between two people of the same gender, we will begin to […]

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Obamacare and the Odious Anti-Constitutionalism of Chief Justice John Roberts

I feel compelled to comment on the Supreme Court’s latest Obamacare decision, though I could sum up my reaction with one word: disgust. I’m disgusted that we had politicians who decided in 2009 and 2010 to further screw up the healthcare system with Obamacare. I’m disgusted the IRS then decided to arbitrarily change the law […]

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Republican Congress to blame for Obamacare ruling

The Supreme Court struck another blow to liberty with its second consecutive ruling supporting Obamacare. Just as before, the court had to rewrite the law in order to make it fit their ruling. In 2012, John Roberts changed the law when he ruled that the individual mandate—clearly unconstitutional as a mandate—was really a tax, and therefore legal. In yesterday’s ruling with King v. Burwell, he decided that an exchange NOT created by a state actually IS “an exchange created by a state.” And while it is popular to scream—justifiably—about judicial tyranny and executive power abuse, I must squarely place the blame for this travesty where it belongs… a castrated Republican congress. A group all too happy to relinquish their constitutional responsibilities if they can add cash to their coffers. Under Boehner and McConnell, Congress surrendered the power of the purse granted under the Constitution which has resulted in a virtual rubber stamp on Obama’s socialistic transformation of America. If the House of Representatives had defunded Obamacare as they promised to do last November, this case would have been a mute point. Sadly, the court’s ruling today provides cover for the RINO leadership. As we learned during this court challenge, Mickey […]

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