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US Supreme Court Strikes Down Abortion

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

The US Supreme Court is intent on overturning Roe v. Wade and striking down the national mandate for abortion. As the struggle heats up, progressives twist language to suit their purposes. Last week we were referring to "birthing persons" and "menstruators." Suddenly, the national conversation...

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Tags: abortion, children, life, women, law, christians, birth, mother, constitution, roe, decision, roe v. wade, justice alito, preborn children

Canadian Politics reminds us why we wait for King Jesus

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

While the Conservatives were quick to condemn the Liberals for Motion 11, eliminating a balance against their power, aren't the Conservatives doing the exact same thing in unduly and unfairly eliminating social conservatives from running for leadership of the party?

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Tags: power, leadership, authority, government, king, christians, party, seek, order, rules, abuse, canada, liberals, conservatives, ballot, candidates, observer, individuals, parliament, ndp

Analysis shows that Medical Assistance in Suicide saves the Government Millions

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

This rather startling analysis of MAID (Medical Assistance in Dying) from an Oxford scholar in the United Kingdom, cynically points out that while advocates suggest that the law is about ensuring Canadians human dignity and autonomy in dying, it actually saves the government hundreds of million...

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Tags: abortion, god, life, government, law, death, called, murder, suicide, country, ukraine, poland, bill, canada, euthanasia, maid, xu, medical assistance, medical assistance in dying, marchenko

Crypto-currency isn't really Cryptic at all

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

What is the value of Crypto-Currency? The government can track it. There is no anonymity or confidentiality in it. So what is it good for? What problem does crypto solve?

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Tags: money, problem, government, field, evaluate, cash, question, track, crops, buy, bank, observer, trudeau, ponzi scheme, transactions, cryptocurrency, emergency powers act, prime minister justin trudeau, bitcoin, crypto

The Most Recent Scandal is really Silly

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

The Conservatives are after the Prime Minister for the Aga Khan scandal once again, but the real headline is the "decision-making" tree that the RCMP used to decide whether or not to charge Mr. Trudeau. Do we really need to start with the question: is Trudeau really a government official?

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Tags: church, god, gifts, government, christians, lord, scriptures, order, decision, question, canada, conservatives, united, guilty, observer, trudeau, investigators, agha khan, rcmp, prime minister justin

After-school Satan Clubs Target Schools where Good News Clubs operate

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

The Satanic Temple only starts after-school Satan clubs in schools where Good News clubs are actively operating. They insist that they don't actually worship Satan, they just oppose Jesus. But if it walks like an Antichrist, if it talks like an Antichrist, and it looks like an Antichrist... it's...

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Tags: god, government, called, satan, organizations, moral, society, morality, act, inquiry, trudeau, convoy, emergency powers act, satanic temple, prime minister justin trudeau, satan club

Trudeau announces Inquiry into his use of the Emergency Powers Act

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Trudeau announced the Commissioner & Inquiry into his use of the Emergency Powers Act. Canadians must hear this inquiry because an assault on these fundamental freedoms for a few is an assault on these freedoms for all.

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Tags: god, questions, christians, religion, yesterday, possessions, property, ownership, understand, secular humanism, inquiry, twitter, kennedy, individual, trudeau, trudeau government, musk, ethical relativism, secular humanists

Can Christians to come to absolute moral terms over the invasion of Ukraine?

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Elections have consequences, and the 2022 French Election had consequences greater than most. Also, Ukrainian Christians are angered by Russian Christians' refusal to denounce Putin. Is it possible for Christians to come to absolute moral terms over the invasion of Ukraine? The answer is, yes...

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Tags: power, election, government, christians, led, french, vote, temptations, decision, ukraine, united states, russia, france, russian, invaded, ukrainian, putin, marine lepen, macron, vladimir putin

The Danger of teaching SOGI 123, Transgenderism

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Research clearly shows that teaching LGBTQ sexuality to young students leads to extremely dangerous behaviors, gender dysphoria, and a shocking rise in suicide attempts. MLAs in BC push SOGI123 because they believe it leads to de-stigmatization and better mental health outcomes. But is that...

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Tags: god, students, government, teaching, encourage, suicide, bill, florida, transgender, disney, simply, political, district, lgbtq, result, continue, individuals, transgenderism, heterosexual, sex reassignment surgery

In the fall of Mariupol we are reminded that Good always triumphs!

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

The destruction of Mariupol reminds us that while #evil may temporarily succeed, good always triumphs! In other news, an Ipsos poll shows British Columbians are spending well beyond their means with massive debt. Last, Disney goes for woke.

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Tags: god, evil, war, christians, debt, world, promise, fight, surrender, ukraine, russia, reporting, disney, tyranny, remind, odious, ukrainian, kamloops, winston churchill, british columbians

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