The book Endowed by Their Creator: A Collection of Historic American Military Prayers: 1774 – Present offers a powerfully compelling case for the importance of prayer to America’s past, present, and future military defense. The 240-page volume is published by First Principles Press, which is dedicated to producing works that reinforce America’s godly heritage.
While pretending to have achieved some kind of victory in Afghanistan, President Obama and the NATO leaders have pushed ahead on the globalist agenda to transform NATO more fully into the global military arm of the United Nations. According to President Obama and the other NATO leaders, NATO “combat troops” will have left Afghanistan by the end of 2014. Which means that they intend to keep NATO forces (primarily U.S. forces) fighting in Afghanistan for another two-and-a-half years. And after 2014, an unspecified number of NATO/US forces will remain for “training” purposes for an indefinite period.
Despite the attempts by many to portray the opposition to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) as “absurd,” the ranks of the resistance to this tyrannical act grow larger day by day.
On May 26 at 10:00 a.m. at a park across the street from the Northumberland County Courthouse in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, State Constable Ed Quiggle, Jr. will add his name to that noble roster by signing a resolution he proposed that calls for the nullification of the NDAA.
While most media accounts of the Chicago NATO Summit have focused on the revolutionary activities of street protesters and alleged bomb plotters, the real revolutionary activity was being carried out by the NATO leaders themselves, in their support for expanded NATO missions and powers that usurp national sovereignty and are not subject to constitutional checks and balances.
Considering it a crime to not report treason when one witnesses it, earlier this week, a bill was introduced to the North Carolina General Assembly (NDAA) that would declare the National Defense Authorization Act unconstitutional and treasonous
An overwhelming majority in the House of Representatives voted to reject the Smith-Amash Amendment that would have repealed the provision of the NDAA that authorized the indefinite detention of Americans.