US Supreme Court

Chief Justice John Roberts and the Affordable Care Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                         JUNE 30, 2012


CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN ROBERTS AND THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT


By Billy Falling


            Chief Justice John Roberts of the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, June 28, 2012 in his decision that sided with the majority in upholding the Affordable Care Act could have landed what will be known as the fatal blow to our Constitutional Republican form of government in three different ways.

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America's worst court, San Francisco's 9th Circuit, abolishes the War Memorial Cross

On Friday of last week, the infamous 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco - the nation's most leftist and ineffective appeals court - continued its anti-Christian jihad as it refused to rehear the case of the Mount Soledad War Memorial Cross being removed by various liberal state and federal judges.  This beautiful 29-foot cross sits on public land on a mountain overlooking the Pacific Ocean which has been seen by countless millions over the decades.  It was dedicated in 1954 in honor of Korean War veterans. 
 
The equally infamous American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) - a rabidly anti-Christian organization - has been fighting to get this war memorial cross removed for over a decade.  The ACLU and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals have been working in tandem to rid God and Christianity from the public square.
 

Prayer Slowed Hurricane Irene--Bloomberg Stops 9-11 Memorial Prayers

The world's leading climate experts determined that Hurricand Irene would slam New York City and surrounding areas with a devastating force not seen there in history.

New York began shutting down and people evacuated the city for the first time. The total destruction expected would cripple NY and our economy to the extent that the USA could come to an end.

After the storm passed over New York with minimul effect, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and other leaders in New York and New Jersey were criticized and accused of 'overreacting" to a possible emergency.

It was a proper action. The storn trackers were correct in their assessment. However, America once again took to effectual fervent prayer and with some minor exceptions, New York City was saved. This was a factual display of the power of prayer.

There were other examples this past couple of weeks. As the Indianapolis State Fair was about to open, the headline attraction, Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles, known as Sugarland Duo, was about to go on stage when the stage manager, Hellen Rollens noticed the threatening skis and called them back as they were about to go on stage, along with their musicians, for a quick circle of prayer.

A split second later, a 70-mph wind gust slammed the stage and steel over-hang causing it to collapse, killing five people and injuring dozens more. TV viewers from around the world saw it happen.

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