Commentary
Christian Gomez

Christian Gomez

The culture war has reached a pivotal point, with the tattered shreds of what remains of Judeo-Christian civilization under assault as never before by the homosexual lobby and other promoters of perversion.

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) took a big step toward government regulation of the Internet on December 21, 2010 with a bureaucratic vote in favor of so-called “net neutrality” rules, but critics are already plotting a counter-attack.

Under the guise of security, the Obama administration is creating an Internet ID for all Americans, with the program for the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace being announced back on January 2011 by Commerce Secretary Gary Locke.

The southern border of the United States is the scene of a virtually unimpeded flow of illegal aliens, drugs, guns and drug money.

The 14th Amendment is interpreted to give citizenship to virtually anyone who is born in this country, even to the children of illegal immigrants, but the deliberations on the 14th Amendment make clear that the 14th Amendment was designed to preclude such an interpretation.

Led by the White House, the political far Left is not giving up on its desire to grant amnesty to the at least 11 million illegal aliens in the United States, though the Democrats are now are being forced to try to implement their plans in a piecemeal fashion.

Most Americans know the broad strokes of the new health-care law known as ObamaCare, but scratching the surface of the law reveals large-scale unstated changes including government intrusion into the home and family.

President Obama, political commentators, and government bureaucrats will tell you that ObamaCare is good medicine for America, but what of those administering the medical procedures? ObamaCare is one change that doctors are telling the President 'keep the change,' as they realize the true repercussions of the implementation of this new government affront to the nation's quality health care.

Is US foreign aid a wise investment or not? Unbeknown to many Americans who see the Middle East embroiled in protests and revolutions, in which the United States government now takes the side of the protesters calling for restraint and the eventual regime change of those governments, is the simple fact that the US  has already supplied a great deal of foreign aid to many of those regimes in the past.

With the presence of US forces in the Middle East, occupying Afghanistan and Iraq, bombing over Libya, and the escalation of additional conflicts around the world beckoning American action, the question looms over whether this is the proper use of America's courageous fighting men and women. Is the purpose of the nation's military to unconstitutional go to war, preemptively invade foreign countries and make the world safe for democracy, or did the Founding Fathers have another vision for our armed forces?

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