Chuck Baldwin (2021)
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    Entries for 2007

    My Speech In New Hampshire Now Online
    I am pleased to announce that the video of the speech I gave to the National Committee Meeting of the Constitution Party in Concord, New Hampshire is now online. One may view this speech using either a dial up or high speed modem. One may also download the speech as an MP3 file for use in his or her...
    Published: Wednesday, February 21, 2007 :: Columns :: 2531 Views ::Article Rating
    Readers Share Their Lists Of “Most Influential”
    In a recent column, I listed 50 people that I wished could be regarded as "most influential" in our country. In that column, I invited readers to share the names of people that they feel are deserving of that recognition. Boy, did they! Scores of readers responded. Not surprising, I suppos...
    Published: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 :: Columns :: 3882 Views ::Article Rating
    Once Again, A Gun Saved Lives
    This past Monday night, a gunman walked into a popular Salt Lake City mall and opened fire with a shotgun. The trench coat-clad gunman was heavily armed and intended to kill as many people as he could. He killed five people before being challenged by an armed off-duty police officer. Once again, a g...
    Published: Friday, February 16, 2007 :: Columns :: 3414 Views ::Article Rating
    Two New Videos Now Online
    My fine staff has once again added two brand new video sermons to my web site. The titles are: "A Nation Adrift" and "What is Worldliness?" Both of these video sermons may be accessed with either a high speed or dial up modem and are also available as an MP3 file for use in one&#...
    Published: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 :: Columns :: 2774 Views ::Article Rating
    50 Americans I Wish Were Most Influential
    The Church Report recently announced this year's list of its "50 Most Influential Christians in America." The list's top 10 are Joel Osteen, Billy Graham, Bill Hybels, T.D. Jakes, James Dobson, Paul Crouch, Joyce Meyer, Leonard Sweet, John Piper, and Rob Bell. Other notables making...
    Published: Tuesday, February 13, 2007 :: Columns :: 4668 Views ::Article Rating
    Presidential Frontrunners Would Surrender America’s Borders
    Looking at the potential presidential frontrunners for both the Democrat and Republican parties reveals that virtually everyone of them would surrender America's borders. Not one of the presidential frontrunners from either party would protect our borders against illegal immigration. Just the op...
    Published: Tuesday, February 6, 2007 :: Columns :: 5128 Views ::Article Rating
    My Interview With Navy Chaplain Lt. Klingenschmitt Now Online
    Readers should know that my fine staff has recently uploaded my radio interview with Navy chaplain Lt. Gordon James Klingenschmitt. As you may or may not know, this is the man who was court-martialed and then forced out of the U.S. Navy because he prayed in Jesus' name in uniform outside a chape...
    Published: Thursday, February 1, 2007 :: Columns :: 4347 Views ::Article Rating
    Whose Side Is Bush On?
    There was someone in the gallery during President George W. Bush's State of the Union speech that he would not dare publicly recognize. Even though he knew she was there, I'm confident he never even bothered to look up at Gallery 5, Row B, Seat 9, because sitting in that seat was Monica Ramo...
    Published: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 :: Columns :: 5431 Views ::Article Rating
    My Interview With Lt. Gordon James Klingenschmitt
    Subject: Discharged From Navy For Praying In Jesus' Name After a long battle with Navy authorities, Navy chaplain Lt. Gordon James Klingenschmitt was discharged for praying in Jesus' name. Lt. Klingenschmitt discusses the buildup to his dismissal, as well as the reasons, during my interview...
    Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2007 :: Radio Show :: 4432 Views ::Article Rating
    Praise For Lee And Jackson
    January is often referred to as "Generals Month" as no less than four famous Confederate Generals claimed January as their birth month: James Longstreet (Jan. 8, 1821), Robert E. Lee (Jan. 19, 1807), Thomas Jonathan Jackson (Jan. 21, 1824), and George Pickett (Jan. 28, 1825). Two of these ...
    Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2007 :: Columns :: 6569 Views ::Article Rating
    H.R. 1 Puts America In A Giant Bird Cage
    The very first bill passed by the House of Representatives this year was H.R. 1 named, "Implementing the 9/11 Commission Recommendations Act." The vote was 299 Ayes, with 68 Republicans voting with the majority, and 128 Noes. Drafted by the 9/11 Commission following the terrorist attacks ...
    Published: Friday, January 12, 2007 :: Columns :: 5538 Views ::Article Rating
    President Bush Continues To Push America Toward A Police State
    President George W. Bush's brand of conservatism is something completely foreign to traditional norms. He has outspent even the most liberal administrations. He has led the nation into undeclared foreign wars under false pretenses. He has bloated the size and scope of the federal government like...
    Published: Tuesday, January 9, 2007 :: Columns :: 6807 Views ::Article Rating
    Prostitutes In The Pulpit
    The Ted Haggard debacle is certainly a blight upon the cause of Christ. Unfortunately, it was not the first such embarrassment the Body of Christ has been forced to endure. Neither will it be the last. When it comes to sexual improprieties, there is no shortage of human frailty. However, discernmen...
    Published: Thursday, January 4, 2007 :: Columns :: 3740 Views ::Article Rating
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