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In their own words, the Supreme Court has become "a national theology board," "a super board of education", and amateur psychologists on a "psycho-journey".  The result has been a virtual rewriting of the liberties enumerated in the Constitution.  A direct victim of this judicial micromanagement has been the religious aspect of the First Amendment.  By relying on thousands of primary sources, Original Intent documents (in the Founding Father's own words) not only the plan for limited government originally set forth in the Constitution and Bill of Rights but how that vision can once again become reality.

In Mind Siege, Tim Lahaye and David Noebel are sounding trumpets of alarm, calling us to wake up and defend our right to believe and behave as Christians.  Already Christianity has been silenced in our schools and driven from the public arena.  Abortion rights, gay and lesbian rights, feminist rights, and atheists' rights have virtually eclipsed any rights Christians used to enjoy.  The authors insist that the conflict is between the biblical Christian and the Secular Humanist worldviews.  This is a battle for our minds, a war to decide whether our thoughts will be shaped by the wisdom of men like Marx, Darwin, Freud, and Neitzche, or by the wisdom God shared through Moses, the prophets, the apostles, and Jesus.

In his new book, Persecution, bestselling author (Absolute Power) David Limbaugh makes a compelling case that liberals across the country are waging an undeclared war on Christianity in our culture and in our government-especially our schools. Limbaugh exposes the farce of liberal "tolerance" and reveals the true agenda of liberals who misuse the law to force Christianity out of the public square.

The United States Government is actively monitoring terrorist cells affiliated with Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network in eleven cities, from Florida to Boston to Denver to Houston.  But al Qaeda is hardly our only threat.  Some of Hamas's top officials have been based in America, and the organization has tentacles in Texas, California, New Jersey, Virginia, and Illinois.  The University of South Florida played host to key members of the infamous organization known as Palestinian Islamic Jihad - one of its faculty members even left the country to take that group's top leadership role after his predecessor was assassinated.  Hizballah has been tied to cells in North Carolina and Michigan, from which it allegedly drew funds and attempted to procure military equipment.  Steven Emerson, hailed as "the nation's leading expert on Islamist terrorism," has been working full time since 1993 to track the spread of terrorist networks to our shores.  In American Jihad Emerson reveals the full story that only he knows.  This is a frightening and crucial book for anyone who needs to understand the threat within our borders.

This book is a memoir of one foot soldier's career in the other cold war, the one against terrorist networks.  It's a story about places most Americans will never travel to, about people many Americans would prefer to think we don't need to do business with.  This memoir will show the reader how spying is supposed to work, where the CIA lost its way, and how we can bring it back again.  The CIA was systematically destroyed by political correctness, by petty Beltway wars, by careerism, and much more.  At a time when terrorist threats were compounding globally, the agency that should have been monitoring them was being scrubbed clean instead.  Americans were making too much money to bother.  Life was good.  The White House and the National Security Council became cathedrals of commerce where the interests of big business outweighed the interests of protecting American citizens at home and abroad.  And then on September 11, 2001, the reckoning for such vast carelessness was presented for all the world to see.

Our country is in a tug-of-war.  At one end of the rope are those who believe in a secular nation.  At the other end are those who stand for a spiritual America.  Orthodox Rabbi Daniel Lapin calls for a halt to the war - through a return to our Judeo-Christian tradition.