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Constitutional Scholar & Legislative Watchdog – Michael Connelly – Featured Guest on “Catch Kevin: Unscripted & Uncensored!”


Join me this Monday, Feb 7, 2011 as my esteemed guest, Michael Connelly—Constitutional scholar and leading legislative watchdog—updates us on the recent unconstitutional ruling of Obamacare by the federal judge in Florida and the political and social fallout if the Supreme Court hears the case and overturns it. If you’re a healthcare provider, and have already been affected by Obamacare—good or bad—call into the show and share your perspective.

Moreover, Michael Connelly will share his insight on the illegal immigration battle, the groundswell movement by the Muslim community to slowly, methodically, and clandestinely usurp the constitution to enact Sharia Law under the guise of freedom of religion and separation of church and state, and how Obama plans to use his executive order privileges to bypass the Constitution and enact his socialist ladened agenda.

Lastly, we’ll talk about the impending vote to raise the debt ceiling, the many ways it will affect your pocketbook, and what you can do now to prepare for the inevitable financial meltdown that’s looming on the horizon.

I want to make your voice heard. Call into my show and speak directly with Constitutional scholar, Michael Connelly, at 5PM Eastern / 2PM Pacific on the VoiceAmerica business channel.

Until next time, Get Real & Go Rogue America!

Kevin A. Lehmann

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  2. By Bruce Gourley on Feb 6, 2011 | Reply

    I hope you are not mocking our nation’s founding principles and faith heritage.

    Church state separation is central to America’s founding principles and faith heritage. In 1644, Baptist Roger Williams (persecuted by “Christian” colonial theocrats, who considered Baptists heretical) called for a “wall of separation” between church and state. Baptists’ “wall of separation” would prevent government from interfering with the free exercise of religion, and prevent government from incorporating religion into governance.

    Generations of Baptists (a liberal, heretical minority, in the opinion of majority, orthodox Christians) were persecuted, and shed their blood, in the fight (against colonial theocracies) to separate church and state. Their triumph finally came in the enactment of the First Amendment to the U. S. Constitution, establishing the Baptist vision of a “wall of separation” between church and state.

    Deniers of church state separation often respond that the phrase “wall of separation” is not in the U. S. Constitution. Well, neither is the word “Trinity” in the Bible, but most deniers of church state separation probably believe in the Trinity.

    More importantly, Christians of the late 18th and early 19th centuries clearly understood that the First Amendment wording – “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” – separated church from state. Their testimony bears much more weight than the fabricated history loved by many modern conservative Christians and politicians.

    Make no mistake: denying church state separation mocks our nation’s founding principles and faith heritage. Church state separation was good for America in 1791, and it is good for America now. To see the problems of merging church and state, look to the Middle East, where conservative religious law (Sharia Law, based on the biblical Old Testament) rules.

    Church state separation is a liberal, and American, moral value of which we all can be proud.

    Bruce Gourley
    Baptist History & Heritage Society

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