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Chuck Baldwin


Chuck Baldwin is a syndicated columnist, radio broadcaster, author, and pastor dedicated to preserving the historic principles upon which America was founded. He was the 2008 Presidential candidate for the Constitution Party. He and his wife, Connie, have 3 children and 8 grandchildren. Chuck and his family reside in the Flathead Valley of Montana. See Chuck’s complete bio here.

E-mail: chuck@chuckbaldwinlive.com

Puppets For The New World Order

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015 in Chuck Baldwin, Featured | Comments Off

Puppets For The New World Order

America’s Founding Fathers wisely instituted a federal government with three separate branches with the intention of creating built-in checks and balances designed to protect the liberties of the American people and the independence of the sovereign states. Each branch of government was given authority to check the other branches when they became oppressive or unconstitutional. In addition to the checks and balances built in to the federal government, they assumed that additional checks to power outside the federal government would serve...

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The American Church Has Some Big Problems

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Chuck Baldwin | Comments Off

The American Church Has Some Big Problems

That the American Church has problems is no surprise. Critics of the Church, many of whom have never actually taken an active part, have hurled pot shots at the Church since its inception. Churches are led and comprised of sinful, fallen people. Accordingly, there will be imperfections, shortcomings, failures, etc. Name an institution managed by people that does not have the same pitfalls. That said, the current Church in America not only has problems, it has BIG problems. I’m talking about problems that are so huge they...

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My Thoughts On The Movie “American Sniper”

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in Chuck Baldwin | Comments Off

My Thoughts On The Movie “American Sniper”

As did millions of other Americans, I went to see the hugely popular Clint Eastwood-directed movie, “American Sniper.” Here are some of my thoughts: No one, at least not me, doubts the patriotism, courage, and sacrifice of our nation’s military personnel–especially our combat forces. I certainly do not share Michael Moore’s opinion that Chris Kyle (and the rest of our military snipers) was a coward. Snipers have been effective in helping to wage America’s wars since our War for Independence....

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Who Killed Joan Rivers?

Posted by on Sep 13, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin | Comments Off

Who Killed Joan Rivers?

Writing for Breitbart.com, John Nolte showed more perspicacity than almost anyone I’ve seen relative to the unexpected death of comedian Joan Rivers. Nolte wrote: “With the death of Joan Rivers at 81 Thursday, we lost one more icon in a dwindling breed: the comedian who does not seek the good opinion of the powerful media and entertainment elite.  “Just two months before her death, Rivers mocked President Obama as ‘gay’ and First Lady Michelle Obama as a ‘tranny,’ and caught hell for it from the likes of the Huffington Post....

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Pastors And Churches Violating First Commandment

Posted by on Aug 28, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin | Comments Off

Pastors And Churches Violating First Commandment

Regardless of doctrine or denomination, America’s pastors and churches are noted for teaching various dos and don’ts to their congregations. Obviously, most churches, regardless of denomination, subscribe to and teach the Ten Commandments. And, depending on the church and pastor, they can even get extremely detailed and lengthy in the don’t department–including many taboos not covered in Moses’ Decalogue. Don’t wear these clothes. Don’t listen to this music. Don’t shop at these stores. Don’t wear this hairstyle. Don’t...

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Ferguson: A Preview Of America’s Burgeoning Police State

Posted by on Aug 21, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin | Comments Off

Ferguson: A Preview Of America’s Burgeoning Police State

Even America’s smallest towns can be instantly turned into occupied territories as local police agencies quickly transform themselves from peacekeepers into occupying military forces. The small town of Ferguson, Missouri, is living proof of that. The London Guardian covers the story: “Michael Brown was shot dead by an officer from a police force of 53, serving a population of just 21,000. But the police response to a series of protests over his death has been something more akin to the deployment of an army in a miniature...

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Democrats Want Votes; Republicans Want Cheap Labor

Posted by on Jul 29, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin | Comments Off

Democrats Want Votes; Republicans Want Cheap Labor

But What Do Globalists Want? The invasion of illegal aliens across our southern border is no extemporaneous event. It is a cold, calculated, and cunning attempt to fundamentally change America. The Obama Administration has sent a loud and clear signal to our neighbors to the south that illegals are welcome, that they won’t be sent home, and that they will be provided either real or de facto amnesty–especially if those illegals are minors. The result is a torrent of illegals pouring over the border into the United States. These illegals...

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A Wasteful, Growing, Fear-Mongering Beast

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin, Guest Writers | Comments Off

A Wasteful, Growing, Fear-Mongering Beast

What The DHS Is Building Is Indeed A Beast One of the great concerns of our Founding Fathers was a large standing army on American soil. James Madison spoke for all of America’s founders when he said, “A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to liberty.” I wonder what Madison and the rest of our founders would have to say about the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). John Whitehead, the president of The Rutherford Institute, recently wrote a trenchant summary of the DHS. He began by...

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Federal Government Seldom Able To Police Itself

Posted by on May 8, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin, Guest Writers | Comments Off

Federal Government Seldom Able To Police Itself

America’s founders, largely distrustful of centralized power, created several checks and balances into the U.S. Constitution to help insure that one person, or one group of people, would not be able to unilaterally exert his or their will over the American citizenry. First, the federal government itself was divided into three separate and distinct branches–each holding the capability (and responsibility) to check the power of the other. Second, the Bill of Rights was made part of the Constitution for the protection of individual...

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Patriots Then And Now

Posted by on Apr 19, 2014 in Chuck Baldwin | Comments Off

Patriots Then And Now

Tomorrow, April 19, is Patriot’s Day. On this day in 1775, about 70 men stood armed on Lexington Green as over 800 British troops descended on the town in route to Concord for the purpose of seizing a cache of arms known to be stored there and arresting two outspoken proponents of American independence: John Hancock and Sam Adams. Seeing the Minutemen (as they came to be called) standing on the green with muskets in hand, British officers commanded the men to throw down their arms, which they refused to do. Almost simultaneous to the command...

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