Was slavery horrible? Yes. Was it immoral? Yes. But the one thing it was not is *unlawful*, and to put today’s American taxpayers under the onus of a crime for what was *legal behavior at the time* goes against not only an important principle clearly embedded in our Constitution but also our understanding of what living in a truly free society means.
We are only ever *one* Supreme Court Justice away from America’s losing what it means to be America. I am proposing eleven Constitutional Amendments that will guarantee America’s culture keeps faith with the original social and political culture of the Founding Fathers.
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In 2003, more than a decade before it legalized gay marriage, the Supreme Court declared all anti-sodomy laws unconstitutional. The United States could no longer punish a same-sex couple for engaging in homosexual acts. And that, combined with Roe v. Wade, is when America ceased to be a Christian nation.
You have a choice whether to participate in the public sin of others. If you join it, you show others that you approve of that sin, and you encourage them to do the same. Which is why Christians must refrain to the best of their ability from participating in gay weddings.
A truck driver left his trailer behind rather than freeze to death. The truck company fired him. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch sided with the truck company. If you’re wondering, “How could Gorsuch be such a heartless bastard?” you don’t have the slightest clue what the case was about.