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A Christian’s Personal Views

Posted by soldierservant on May 2, 2007

This column is archived at
http://chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2007/cbarchive_20070501.html

This week, I will celebrate my 55th birthday. Therefore, my column today
will be strictly personal. I think it only fair that readers should have an
opportunity to learn a little something about the person who writes the
words they read. Today’s column is designed with that goal in mind.

I was born in a small town in northern Indiana. My father and mother were
dedicated Christians. Dad was a welder by trade and a lay jailhouse
preacher. The Lord delivered him from a terrible life of alcoholism, and the
story of his deliverance is nothing short of miraculous.

Readers should know that I will send a cassette tape or CD of my father’s
life story free of charge to anyone who requests it. If you or someone you
know struggles with alcohol or drug addiction, I urge you to obtain a copy
of this remarkable story. Go to:

http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/edbald.html

Dad was the only Baldwin in my clan to leave the South. All the rest of my
kin, including my paternal and maternal grandparents, were lifelong
Arkansans. I moved South after my Sophomore year of college and have never
left.

The Baldwins were all Democrats, and so was I until 1980 when I registered
as a Republican. Now, however, I am an Independent who is affiliated with
the Constitution Party. I believe the two major parties are two peas in the
same pod or, as Pat Buchanan calls them, “two wings of the same bird of
prey.” In my opinion, both parties are selling out our constitutional
liberties, our independence, and our national sovereignty. At the national
level, I can no longer in good conscience support either of them.

The Constitution Party web site is located at:

http://www.constitutionparty.com/

Outside of the decision to trust Jesus Christ as my personal Savior, the
decision to marry my wife, Connie, is the greatest decision I ever made. She
is marvelous! We will celebrate our 34th wedding anniversary next month. She
has borne me three wonderful children of whom I could not be prouder.

My oldest child, Sarah Beth, is married to a structural engineer. She and
Allan are the youth leaders in our church. They have three children. Our
oldest son, Christopher, owns his own plumbing construction business here in
Pensacola. He and his wife, Jana, are also dedicated Christians and serve
God with us in our church. They have three sons. Our youngest son, Timothy,
was a felony prosecutor with the Florida State Attorney’s office, and now
owns his own law firm. He, too, is a committed Christian and is the worship
leader in our church. Tim is still single, but I suspect not for long.

Readers should also know that Tim has an excellent legal review of the USA
Patriot Act posted on our web site. Read it at:

http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/TimBaldwin.htm

Plus, should you know anyone who needs an attorney in the State of Florida,
here is the web site for Tim’s law offices:

http://www.baldwinlawofficespa.com/

I believe in the primacy of the local New Testament Church. I have been
privileged to serve as the Senior Pastor of the Crossroad Baptist Church in
Pensacola, Florida, for over thirty years now. I am a pre-millennial
dispensationalist in my understanding of Eschatology. Yes, Gertrude, I
believe in the Rapture of the Church.

I have hosted my own radio programs for more than thirty years. In fact,
this column is the outgrowth of my radio talk show program, Chuck Baldwin
Live. Here is the web address:

http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/

Currently, my radio programs are aired 21 times a week on 6 different
stations in the greater Pensacola, Florida metropolitan area.

My personal philosophy regarding social/political issues is quite simple. I
believe abortion is murder. It is the deliberate killing of innocent human
life. I believe homosexuality is moral perversion and deserves no special
consideration under the law.

I believe the U.S. Constitution, including the Bill of Rights, is the
greatest civil document ever devised by man. I steadfastly support the
principles contained in the Declaration of Independence. I believe America’s
Founding Fathers to be the greatest generation of Christian philosophers and
patriots to ever live.

I believe the current attempt by politicians from both parties to ignore and
violate the Constitution is an unconscionable and draconian attack against
the liberties of the American people and should be vehemently resisted. I
believe in the right of the people to keep and bear arms.

I believe there is a conspiracy by elitists within government and big
business to steal America’s independence. I believe many, if not most,
pastors today have become little more than glorified politicians, and I am
very disappointed in the way today’s national Christian leaders seem to have
sold out to political and commercial powers.

I further believe that the current effort to merge the United States into a
North American Community, along with the sister-issues of the NAFTA
superhighway and the push to provide amnesty to millions of illegal aliens,
comprises the greatest threat to America’s independence and national
sovereignty we have seen since our country’s inception. In this regard, I
especially appreciate investigative journalist and author Dr. Jerome Corsi,
and CNN broadcaster Lou Dobbs. I encourage every American to read and watch
carefully what these two men are saying.

Besides Crossroad Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida and the Constitution
Party, the only organizations to which I belong are Gun Owners of America,
and The National Rifle Association.

See GOA’s web site at:

http://www.gunowners.org/

The NRA’s web site is located at:

http://www.nra.org/

My favorite news magazine is The New American. I heartily recommend every
American read it. To see their web site, go to:

http://www.thenewamerican.com/

If I have a hobby, it would be hunting and freshwater fishing, although I
don’t get to do either as much as I would like. In fact, I recently sold my
bass boat, as it was about to fuse itself to my driveway due to inactivity.
I am probably what people would call a workaholic. I do not drink or smoke.
In addition, I adhere to a strict diet and exercise regimen.

There it is. That is me in a nutshell. If you want to read more, go to:

http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/sketch.html

At least now you know some “details” about who I am. You can rest assured
that everything I write will be faithful to the beliefs mentioned above. And
as always, thanks for reading my columns.

(c) Chuck Baldwin

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Christians Should Not use Political Labels!

Posted by soldierservant on May 2, 2007

Conservative. Liberal. Moderate. Political labels are thrown around
constantly in an attempt to define a person’s ideology. The
problem is, political labels are absolutely meaningless today.
Absolutely meaningless!

The reality of the situation is, neither conservatives nor liberals
differ on many salient issues. The major beef between them has
much more to do with who wields power and very little to do with
ideology. Both conservatives and liberals merely use ideology as a
ruse to dupe various constituencies. There is very little
disagreement on policy.

Furthermore, where policy disagreements arise, there is little
advantage between conservatives and liberals as to which group’s
policy is best for the country. For the most part, each is as often
wrong (or right) as the other.

Let me provide a few examples. Let’s start with areas where
conservatives and liberals are for the most part agreed.

*Neither conservatives nor liberals believe in limited government.
Both groups excel in spending taxpayers’ money. Liberals want to
tax and spend, while conservatives want to borrow and spend. But
both want to spend. In fact, when it comes to federal spending,
conservatives have proven themselves to be even more proficient
than liberals.

*Neither conservatives nor liberals give a hoot about saving the
lives of unborn babies. Both groups say they find abortion
repulsive, etc., but neither group wants to protect the lives of
unborn children from the abortionist’s scalpel or from
abortifacients such as RU-486.

Liberals openly endorse “a woman’s right to choose” (to kill her
baby), but conservatives such as President and Mrs. George W.
Bush also maintain that Roe v Wade (the Supreme Court decision
that gave federal sanction to abortion on demand) should NOT be
overturned. People need to realize that it has been the Republican
Party, not the Democratic Party, that has controlled the U. S.
Supreme Court from 1973 (the year Roe became law) until the
present.

*Both conservatives and liberals in Washington, D.C., have forced
American culture and business to mainstream homosexuality.

*Neither conservatives nor liberals care a flip about obeying the
U.S. constitution. Both conservatives and liberals routinely
disregard the Constitution without hesitation and without regret.
Being a conservative or liberal means nothing when it comes to
fidelity to the Constitution.

*Both conservatives and liberals offer no resistance to a growing
international New World Order. Both groups seem perfectly
willing to sacrifice the independence and sovereignty of the United
States to the United Nations and other multinational organizations.

*Immigration. Both conservatives and liberals support the
continuation of allowing massive numbers of illegal aliens to work
and reside in this country. In fact, on this subject, President Bush’s
policy is more egregiously in error than any policy put forward by
former liberal presidents, including those of Bill Clinton.

President Bush wants to legalize illegal aliens by granting them
“guest worker” status. This amnesty program is especially
disconcerting when one factors in the need to secure America from
potential terrorists. How conservatives can support a policy which
sends American troops half way around the world to fight
terrorism while at the same time throwing open the doors of illegal
immigration allowing any and all potential terrorists to infiltrate
our own land is the height of absurdity!

The list goes on almost without end. Now, let’s look at a few areas
where conservatives and liberals seem to differ. First, here is where
conservatives have it right:

*Gun control. For the most part, conservatives seem to favor the
Constitutional right of American citizens to defend themselves. In
all likelihood, it is this issue that is most responsible for the
Democrats losing control of the White House and Congress. That
is why, for the most part, liberals are silent or even support the
Second Amendment now. But it wasn’t ideology that changed
them. It was the fact that since gun control advocates don’t fare
well at the polls these days, liberals have decided to drop (for the
mean time) the issue.

*The right of the American people to publicly acknowledge God.
For the most part, conservatives have at least a rudimentary
understanding of America’s Christian heritage and support the
public recognition of God.

I need to put a caveat here and admit that when it comes to
conservatives having the courage of their convictions on this point,
there is anything but a stellar record. For example, what good did it
do Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore that there was a conservative
Republican governor or a conservative Republican attorney
general in Alabama? What good did it do him that there was a
conservative Republican in the White House or a conservative
Republican attorney general in Washington? What good did it do
him that many, if not most of the churches in Alabama are led and
attended by conservative Christians? The answer: it did him no
good whatsoever. It was conservative Republicans, through either
their inaction or collaboration with liberals, that hung Judge Moore
out to dry!

*In general, conservatives have it right about the need for a strong
national defense.

Now, here are a few issues where liberals have it right:

*Liberals more often than not rightly oppose the numerous “free
trade” agreements that are destroying America’s manufacturing
industries and transferring jobs (and national sovereignty)
overseas.

On the subject of free trade, Democrats and trade unions are right
more often than not. Conservatives should be ashamed of
themselves for bowing to these multinational and supranational
organizations who, for the love of money, are willing to lead
America into the sewer of internationalism.

A caveat on this subject: liberals should step up to the plate and
stop excusing Democratic leaders when they betray this issue. Can
anyone say, “Bill Clinton”? You will remember that it was Bill
Clinton along with then Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole who (in
the middle of the night, no less) gave us NAFTA and GATT.

*Liberals are the ones who are leading the fight against the erosion
of Constitutional protections of our individual liberties. Again,
conservatives should be ashamed of themselves! By supporting the
Patriot Act, the Department of Homeland Security, the creation of
a new National Intelligence Director, etc., conservatives are
quickly morphing into little National Socialists.

For a legal review of the Patriot Act and how it is destroying our
liberties, go to my web site at:
http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/TimBaldwin.htm. This article
was written by my youngest son who is an attorney.

I applaud liberals for having the guts to oppose President Bush’s
attempts to eviscerate our liberties under the rubric of “fighting
terrorism.” It is shameful that conservatives are ignoring Bush’s
attacks against the Constitution!

*The war in Iraq. Liberals are right to oppose the war in Iraq. The
war is unconstitutional and without merit. As everyone now
knows, the Bush administration repeatedly lied to the American
people regarding the justification for this war. Beyond that, it
appears that President Bush intends to expand the war into Syria
and Iran.

America now seems determined to ignore the sagacious words of
John Quincy Adams who in repeating America’s founding policy
regarding foreign intervention said, “America goes not abroad
seeking monsters to destroy.” However, that is exactly what
George W. Bush and today’s conservatives are doing.

As you can readily see, political labels mean nothing. On the
crucial issues of our day, both conservatives and liberals are
equally culpable in supporting bad policies, and conservatives and
liberals are wrong as much as they are right regarding policies in
which they differ. It is becoming extremely important that the
American people begin looking past political labels and determine
to support or oppose each policy (regardless of which group is
promoting it) based solely on its merit. If we don’t begin doing this
soon, both conservatives and liberals in Washington, D.C., will
destroy what is left of this great constitutional republic.

© Chuck Baldwin

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This Proves That Bush Is A Greater Evil Than Clinton

Posted by soldierservant on May 2, 2007

This message is proof that Bush is a greater evil than Clinton, not lesser. Which is why CHRISTIANS should not allow Satan to trap them into this “lesser of two evils” game in politics or anything else.

It is time to ask some hard questions about the preponderance of
leaders and organizations commonly identified as the Religious
Right. Are they gullible, naïve, or willingly ignorant? How can
anyone who truly believes that unborn babies deserve the right to
life continue to support President George W. Bush? His track
record on the life issue screams betrayal! Let’s get real: on the
subject of protecting the lives of unborn babies, Bush is just so
much hot air!

American Life League president Judy Brown, columnist Thomas
Droleskey, Howard Phillips, Covenant News.com web host Jim
Rudd, and many others have provided the American people with
incontrovertible documentation regarding G.W. Bush’s dismally
pathetic record on the life issue. They have chronicled facts
including:

Practically everyone in Bush’s cabinet is pro-abortion. Bush is the
first president to authorize stem cell research. In fact, his appointee
to directorship of the National Institute of Health, Dr. Elias
Zerhouni, is a pioneer in embryonic stem cell research. President
Bush even blocked a vote on a congressional amendment that
would have banned the patenting of human embryos.

President Bush has done nothing to remove abortifacients such as
RU-486 from the shelves. He even supported the National
Organization of Women (NOW) in their racketeering suit against
Joe Scheidler and other pro-life advocates.

President Bush has approved millions of taxpayer dollars in
funding for Planned Parenthood. He has authorized federal funding
for abortion providers overseas to levels even higher than those
authorized by President Bill Clinton!

Speaking of overseas funding for abortion, President Bush’s $15
billion AIDS package provides payments to organizations that
provide abortions including the International Planned Parenthood
Federation.

President Bush even admitted his opposition to overturning Roe v
Wade by stating emphatically, “there will be abortions. That’s a
reality.” Of course, the President’s wife Laura has also publicly
said she is opposed to overturning Roe v Wade.

President Bush has repeatedly said that he has no litmus test on the
life issue when it comes to appointing federal judges. Why does
the Religious Right claim he intends to do something he has
plainly and repeatedly denied? Again, are they gullible, naïve, or
willingly ignorant?

Beyond that, how far will the Religious Right go in their
compromise and surrender of the life issue? Indications are there is
practically no limit to their sellout.

We are already hearing leaders within the Religious Right say they
will support the Republican presidential nominee in 2008 even if
that nominee is openly pro-abortion. Such talk is obviously an
attempt to begin calming potential concerns among pro-life
conservatives if and when the Republican Party nominates a pro-
abortion presidential candidate, which appears very likely to
happen.

For example, a recent national gathering of Republicans voted
Rudy Guiliani and Condi Rice as the top two choices to lead the
GOP ticket in 2008. Of course, both Guiliani and Rice are pro-
abortion.

It will more than interesting to listen to leaders of the Religious
Right postulate on how a pro-abortion Democrat is evil but a pro-
abortion Republican is righteous! Again, is the Religious Right
gullible, naïve, or willingly ignorant?

Perhaps disgusting is a more appropriate word to describe the
behavior of the Religious Right. In order to keep its most favored
special interest group status, it has compromised and capitulated
just about every cardinal principal, including the life issue.

As a result, Republican presidents and congresses will continue to
come and go, the Religious Right will continue to bask in the
warm glow of Republican acceptance, and millions of pre-born
babies will continue to have their little bodies torn apart by the
abortionist’s scalpel.

Do not fear, however. At least a Democrat is not in the White
House. Obviously, that matters little to the more than 4 million
unborn babies who have been slaughtered in the wombs of their
mothers since G.W. Bush became President. What does matter, of
course, is that the Religious Right is happy to embrace the
Republican presidential candidate, his or her commitment to the
unborn notwithstanding.

Is the Religious Right gullible, naïve, or willingly ignorant? It
really doesn’t matter. Whatever the motive or whatever the cause,
the Religious Right has ceased to be a credible proponent of
protecting the lives of unborn children, which leads to the greater
question: who will pick up the mantle as the voice for the unborn?

© Chuck Baldwin

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THE RICH MAN AND LAZARUS

Posted by soldierservant on May 2, 2007

To the Bushes regarding Terri Schiavo:

If you have any knowledge of the bible that ought to sound familiar.The
rich man denied lazarus food and drink.That sounds the same as Terri
Schiavo.Guess where the rich man ended up.In hell tormented day and
night.When you stand before Jesus he will tell you that you have denied
him food and drink because those how you treat the least of these is how
you treat Jesus.You think you are something.YOU ARE NOTHING!When you
stand before God pleading to get in he will use your own words against
you and say “sorry,I did all I could but I can’t let you in.”

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Terry Schiavo: How Can This Happen In This Country?

Posted by soldierservant on May 2, 2007

How is it possible? How could it happen in the United States of
America? We could understand it if this happened in Nazi
Germany or in Stalin’s Russia or in Mao’s China, but how could it
happen in America?

How can a nation whose core principles protect the rights of life
and liberty for every citizen allow (even condone) a woman to be
slowly and painfully starved to death? This is beyond
comprehension.

There are so many elements to this story that it is very difficult to
deal with them all, especially in one column. Let me try to
highlight a couple of the more glaring lessons that come out of this
tragic story.

Under Florida statutes, Terri’s husband, Michael, is legally
authorized to make life or death decisions on behalf of his wife.
These statutes are, no doubt, rooted in the principle that the
marriage relationship of a man and a woman is the cornerstone of
the family and of all society. In principle, this is a very good thing.
No one, at least not me, wants the state meddling in the affairs of
the family except under dire and extreme circumstances.

However, are not the circumstances surrounding the Terri Schiavo
affair dire and extreme? Does not the state intervene in family
matters hundreds, even thousands, of times every year for matters
much less severe than those surrounding Terri Schaivo?

Obviously, state laws recognizing the authority and right of a
spouse to speak for his or her mate in life-threatening matters
hinges on the presupposition that the spouse truly loves his or her
mate and seeks the mate’s best interest. Unfortunately, too many
times, a spouse will prove by his or her actions that he or she does
not have the mate’s best interests at heart, and the state is forced to
intervene.

Can any objective person who is even vaguely familiar with Terri’s
story not readily admit that there is more than ample evidence of
misconduct and mismanagement of Terri’s care and oversight by
husband Michael Schiavo? This part of the story is a no-brainer!

Where is the curiosity for truth and the desire for justice on the part
of local and state law enforcement, state attorneys, and local and
state judges located in Pinellas Park and in the State of Florida? Is
there not plenty of circumstantial evidence to suggest that Michael
is acting out of motives that are unclear, uncertain, and perhaps
even unscrupulous?

Somewhere within the vast bureaucracy of law enforcement and
the state judiciary, there must be mechanisms in place to
circumvent state ordered starvation! Yet, despite all the hullabaloo
of Florida politicians, Terri Schiavo is slowly dying of starvation
and dehydration! I cannot imagine a more painful death.

Does anyone in their right mind really believe that the starvation of
a young woman whose medical condition is anything but certain
(after all, more than 30 physicians, including numerous specialists,
have emphatically declared that Terri Schiavo is not in a
“persistent vegetative state”) is what lawmakers had in mind when
they created the state laws that are now being used to justify
Terri’s tortuous death? Get real!

Another glaring lesson is that of how the executive and legislative
branches of government (both state and federal) are ceding power
to the judiciary at a frightening pace! For all practical purposes, we
do not have three “separate but equal” branches of government
anymore. Instead, we have an all-powerful judiciary with no
checks and balances provided by the other two branches. The Terri
Schiavo case shines neon lights upon this reality.

There is no question to anyone who understands the Separation of
Powers doctrine that Governor Jeb Bush has the discretionary
authority and obligation to faithfully execute his state’s laws
protecting the right to life. This same authority is given to all state
governors. And in matters relating to the federal government, this
same authority is granted to the President of the United States.

In Governor Bush’s case, Article I, Section 2, of the Florida State
Constitution clearly says, “[a]ll natural persons, female and male
alike, are equal before the law, and have inalienable rights, among
which are the right to enjoy and defend life.” Furthermore, Article
I, Section 2, states that no person shall be deprived of any right
because of “physical disability.”

Further still, Article IV, Section 1, of the Florida State Constitution
emphatically says that “the supreme executive power” of the State
of Florida is vested in the “governor, who shall take care that the
laws be faithfully executed.”

Neither is any chief executive bound by the opinions of the
judiciary. Thomas Jefferson said in 1819 that “[E]ach of the three
departments has equally the right to decide for itself what is its
duty under the constitution without regard to what the others may
have decided for themselves under a similar question.”

President Andrew Jackson agreed with Jefferson. He once
observed that “[judicial] precedent is a dangerous source of
authority, and should not be regarded as deciding questions of
constitutional authority.” Jackson also categorically stated that a
president (or governor) is bound by his oath of office to decide
matters of constitutional right and power according to the
executive’s interpretation of the constitution, not according to the
judiciary’s interpretation!

Consider also that Alexander Hamilton wrote in Federalist No. 78
that the exercise of judicial power is subject to the check and
balance of the executive branch, which, alone, has the power to
enforce a judicial order.

Thus, if a court order is contrary to the law of the inalienable right
to life, as the order in the Schiavo case surely is, then Governor
Bush has the vested authority to intervene and stop any action
pursuant to that court order. In other words, Jeb Bush could have
taken custody of Terri Schiavo and seen to it that her feeding tube
was not removed at anytime, all the political rambling and double-
speak notwithstanding!

However, instead of faithfully executing the laws of Florida, which
protect people such as Terri Schiavo, Jeb Bush decided to wash his
hands of the matter and turn Terri over to the will of the judiciary.
Shades of Pontius Pilate!

It should be clear to anyone willing to see that while Terri Schiavo
suffers what must be an agonizing death, Lady Liberty is also
dying. Her feeding tube, the feeding tube of constitutional
government and bedrock principle, has been removed, and she is
starving for want of the fundamental fluids that maintain her health
and vitality.

Oh! I’m sure readers will be pleased to know that the same State of
Florida that has given its blessing to the slow starvation death of
Terri Schiavo has just arrested a rancher in Immokalee, Florida, for
starving his cows. According to press reports, his remaining cows
were seized and fed by Domestic Animal Services. How
comforting!

© Chuck Baldwin

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