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Hear What the Old Judge Has To Say

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Today I bring you Justice Thomas Brennan, who served as the Chief Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court.

We talk about our Constitutional rights, what it takes to win a nomination and the impact of US supreme court decisions. You can find out more at JudgeBrennan.com

In 1966, Governor Romney, urged him to run for the nomination of the Republican Party as Associate Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. Brennan won the nomination, and the election. In 1969 and 1970, Brennan served as Chief Justice, the youngest Justice to serve on the Michigan Supreme Court.

Who’s In Charge?

This is our anniversary week and this is what we looked like 35 years ago.   In case you can't tell, this is the moment when we got into my groom's pick up truck.  He was getting ready to drive me away from the Church as his new bride moments after our wedding.  SOMEONE put shaving cream all over the steering wheel and there was confetti coming out of the blower all over the place.

This is our anniversary week and this is what we looked like 35 years ago. In case you can’t tell, this is the moment when we got into my groom’s pick up truck. He was getting ready to drive me away from the Church as his new bride moments after our wedding. SOMEONE put shaving cream all over the steering wheel and there was confetti coming out of the blower all over the place.

Understanding the murky waters of our Nation’s marriage policy comes down to grasping who’s in charge. There is a lot more the non-judicial branches can do to put some monsters back in their boxes. Fortunately, there are some options available. The only question remaining is whether the current office holders will wield the authority vested in them by the Constitution.

Although the Federal government is stepping into the jurisdiction of the states, there are some meaningful ways to establish clear boundaries. In fact, the states owe it to the national government to demand the line not be crossed. Continue reading

Matt Trewhella – The Lesser Magistrate

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Have you ever wondered if it’s important to have a marriage license?   We get to visit with a Constitutional Scholar about what happened in Kentucky and the benefits of having constitutionally educated elected officials on every level.

In this episode, we interview Matt Trewhella, author of the book, The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates: A Proper Resistance to Tyranny and a Repudiation of Unlimited Obedience to Civil Government.

Persecution: Are They Coming For Us Yet?

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Last May I was invited to attend the St. Charles County Christian Home Educators High School graduation. I am pictured here in the dignitaries row with colleagues from Lindenwood University and St. Charles County Community College. As I sat there, I reflected on how great it is that we still are able to educate our children in the manner we see fit without fear of persecution. Now, with the recent attack on the Kentucky clerk, I wonder how long we will enjoy our freedoms before more of them are gone.

PERSECUTION: n. The act or practice of persecuting; the infliction of pain, punishment or death upon others unjustly, particularly for adhering to a religious creed or mode of worship, either by way of penalty or for compelling them to renounce their principles.

If you think the story is going to stop with just the clerk from Kentucky, fasten your seat belts because we are in for a rough ride. The radical Left is trying to create a new country—one where the Christians are banished from all public offices. Continue reading