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NOLD: Christian persecution is a problem in the U.S.

November 1, 2013

Our founding fathers wrote a constitution, which is supposed to guide our country. It was fair, well founded and is still considered the best-written legal document in history. Unfortunately, a legally binding document is only as good as those who follow it. The constitution is supposed to be enforced by the people. After all, the United States is a republic first and a democracy second.

However, somewhere along the way, we’ve lost the ability to require those we vote for to do the right thing. Our constitution is being trampled upon, and the religion a majority of our country’s principles were founded on is being persecuted.


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