THE FIRST AMENDMENT: Guarantees Freedom OF Religion, Not Freedom FROM It

Written by K. Walker on May 16, 2017

by Mike Martin
Clash Daily Contributor

Amendment I of the United States Constitution:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

1. Let’s break it down and keep it simple for the libtard democraps and rhinocraps. Congress shall make no law establishing a religion nor impede its citizens’ rights to practice the same. Simple enough Congress is to keep their grubby hands off religion. I would say that the principle is so easy to understand that even Supreme Court Justices should be able to understand it, yet they don’t.

2. …” or the free exercise thereof”. Again, simple enough, Congress cannot tell you how to practice your religion. It cannot force you to bake a wedding cake for queers, lesbians or other sexual deviants. If Congress cannot make such a law neither can a regulatory agency usurp the constitution by making and enforcing one. Do not let an administrative law judge (who works for the agency attempting to fine you for not baking a wedding cake) hear the case. Insist on a trial by judge who has to win his office at the polls, and insist on a trial by jury. If arrested on this type of bogus charge give name, rank, and serial number only as you should now consider yourself a prisoner of war or prisoner of an unconstitutional government, but I digress.

I really get tired of the libtards hollering “Separation of church and state”. As you can see from the 1st amendment shown above, nowhere does the 1st Amendment say separation of church and state. The states are to stay away from religion, but that does not mean that religion has to stay away from the state. Freedom of religion is not freedom from religion. Atheists have the freedom not to worship, but neither can they deny me my right to worship.

Is this engraved in stone? No! It can be changed by a constitutional amendment, but it cannot be changed by the venue of congressional law, Federal, State and Local law and not by regulations or executive orders.

Speaking of islamism, it’s not a religion, it’s a cult; unfortunately, it will take a Constitutional Amendment to declare it not a religion. Be sure to let your state politicians know that you support an Article V Constitutional Convention to limit the power of the federal government. Term limits, balanced budgets, no judicial activists. Be sure to let your wishes be known about who should be a delegate at such a convention. I will humbly submit that I would be a good delegate.

I am also of the opinion that current elected or active officials, justices, etc. be banned from serving as it’s the politicraps who have made the current mess, therefore we should not trust them to navigate our way out of the current mess. They have had close to 100 years to screw things up, and if they could have fixed it, they would have done so already. Once islam loses its religious status, it will lose religious tax exemption in this country. This is only fair since they tax Christians in islamic countries.

This past week I cancelled my organ donor permission. I have come to the conclusion that it would be unchristian to donate organs to islamists, democraps, republicraps, liberals or others who do not support the Constitution as written. In disclosure, my wife says I should pray to God that organs go somewhere according to his will. I am taking it under advisement. I would donate organs to another Christian, but the individual donating the organs has no say as to where they will end up. It is my belief that this should be changed.

Lord, grant us the wisdom and fortitude to return this has-been country to its former glory days when it was a Christian Nation trying to serve God’s will. In Christ’s name I pray, Amen.

Image: Excerpted from: By Robin klein – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

Mike Martin thanks you for the opportunity to express “different points of views”, and if you were to ask his family they would probably tell you that he’s as different as they come….

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker