Check out Murdered Babies Part One and Part Two The term “dead man walking” refers to an imprisoned, condemned man walking from his cell to the place of his execution. Informally it can refer to any person in a doomed situation. Shall we extend this definition to a once Christian nation that amongst many other... Continue Reading →
Murdering Babies Part 2: Are Judges Above the Law?
In “Murdering Babies Part 1; Can Judges Make Laws?” the constitutionality of judicial review was questioned. Judicial Review is the theory that judges/courts can strike down laws as “unconstitutional” and also thwart presidential policies by decree. To some, this sounds good. What if the president or Congress becomes tyrannical? Judges, up to the Supreme Court,... Continue Reading →
The Shining Light Podcast: #60 Understanding the Three Branches of Government
In this episode Pastor Sam and Patrick "No Compromise with Evil" Wyett explain what the tree branches of government are and how the judicial branch was never designed to make law. Follow us on iTunes.
Murdering Babies Part 1; Can Judges Make Laws?
In 2018 the Iowa Legislature passed the Heartbeat Law which prohibited the murder of a baby through abortion after a heartbeat was detectable, usually at the six week mark of a pregnancy. On January 23, 2019, State Judge Michael Huppert “struck down” the law as unconstitutional. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds decided to let the law... Continue Reading →