They kill good trees to put out bad newspapers.

— James G. Watt

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My responsibility is to follow the Scriptures which call upon us to occupy the land until Jesus returns.


Early American speeches, from Washington's to Patrick Henry's, have been detheologized in history textbooks. No one has called it censorship.


Liberals have shifted government into a position of being neutral between right and wrong. By concentrating power in government institutions, liberals chisel at the three pillars of society: the family unit, work ethic and faith. That's not good for America.


I was driven from my position as Interior Secretary, not because of my environmental record, but because of my Christian beliefs. That's the real struggle.


After the last tree is felled, Christ will come back.


In the 1980s... it was a liberal philosophy of government that changed the rules to suit its own political ends. We were forfeiting our freedoms to conform to a humanistic philosophy that was patently antireligious.