The more I hear from retired Lt. Col and freshly elected Congressman Allen West (R-FL), the more I like! The videos below are from the Women Impacting the Nation conference on April 19th, 2011 where Rep. West was a guest speaker. He spoke of what can happen when strong women raise strong men, men of character and discipline. He spoke of his mother who told him, “A man must stand for something, or he will fall for anything.”
The White House released a new “Certificate of Live Birth” today, but (surprise) it may not resolve for many the question of where Barack Hussein Obama was born. The document released today, while containing more information and actual signatures, still looks a lot like the dubious document released during the 2008 campaign, and bears little cosmetic appearance in common with other birth certificates of that era in Hawaii.
Paul Benjamin Linton of the Thomas More Society has written a very interesting response to the Obama Administration’s decision a couple of months ago to not defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). It exposes why I believe, and why it seems he also believes, Obama has “invoked the Constitution ‘as a pretext for what are, in fact, policy disagreements with the statute.’” The paper also exposes the empty shell built on a foundation of sand which is not only the homosexual quest to counterfeit marriage, but the very quest for legitimacy for homosexual behavior itself.
Here we are, more than two years into President Barack Obama’s administration and more than 1/3 of Americans don’t buy the official story about Obama’s birth in Hawaii, and about 1/4 believe he was born overseas. Despite his claims to be a Christian, a significant number of Americans believe he is a Muslim. Bill Whittle has put together a well-documented and referenced video about Barack Obama’s early years, his parents, and how he came to hold the beliefs he has today. This video is a must-see first part in the series.
This is video of a three-hour seminar held on the afternoon of April 15, 2011 and was sponsored by the Family Heritage Alliance, BigHorn Canyon Ministries, and the Life & Liberty Group. This first seminar was entitled “The Faith and Education of our Founding Fathers,” and featured speakers John Eidsmoe and Mark Skogerboe discussed America’s unique heritage and Constitution.