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Eagle on the Air is a live political reality tv show airing the first and third Thursdays of the month at 8pm right here on this page.

Synopsis:  The show educates the general public on the Constitution and is filmed on location where actual events have taken place.   The show is hosted by Constitutionalist Nick Purpura and topics are carefully crafted including lessons about our government.

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Nick is a Former Managing Director and General Partner Bearstearns and Co. He is also Former Publisher Staten Island Eagle Newspaper- a newspaper that circulates over 131,000 copies.  In 1983, he became a judicial activist because of the hundreds of millions of dollars of corruption he uncovered in NY land deals in Staten Island. He then became a chaplain because these land deals spilled over to the catholic church. He is alsp cofounder of of Project Home Front.  A successful charity that supported our troops over seas. He is famous for saying that “Education is a national security issue.”

 

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The Marketing of“Militant Homosexuals”and the Target “Christianity”

Commentary By
TPATH Contributor
Mr. Nicholas Purpura
The Eagle

TPATH July 20, 2014 – Let me begin by stating our radio broadcast, and cable TV show. “Eagle on the Air” is not a Christian show nor will anyone be sitting through any sermon. That being said, progressive/Marxists know they will never be able to suppress and control a people as long as those people believe in a higher authority other than man. So, the fibers of morality which are based upon the Christian faith will be entwined in all we discuss and all we teach.
The Founders of this Nation based the Constitution on the precepts set in God’s word. The progressive left knows this, therefore it’s necessary for them to create a false image of Christianity to achieve their goal of making the State the giver of rights and laws. To do that they need both villain and scapegoat. Who better than the Christians. What better victim than the homosexual?
No, Christians are not homophobic. This is a creation of the progressive left to rid society of true absolutes. Nothing hinders the Progressive/Marxist movement more than Christianity which is based upon the precepts of God and in inalienable rights granted by a creator. Christians are bound to adhere to the Book of Instructions, the Bible, which sets the standards on how to live and conduct their lives. Continue below


The 1st Amendment of our precious Bill of Rights is clear: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech,…”
Christianity is the stumbling block to a communist or tyrannical takeover of the people. As it was for Hitler and Stalin. And yes, it’s as simple as that. You see God’s law takes precedent over man’s law. Nothing else more clearly defines why progressivism in all its forms, from socialism to Communism, abhors Christianity and sees it as the one powerful impediment in its goal of world domination.
Think about the statement above as you ponder what it is that atheists and even some agnostics find so offensive in a belief in a God and his Ten Commandments. Which one of those commandments do they find objectionable? And why do they wallow in such a powerful desire to rid the world of faith?

The answer of course is, the values of a one true God stand in the way of hedonism, immorality, greed, human domination and many other vices for which no contrition, in absence of Him, will ever be needed.

Thus, the progressives wrangle for political advantage by exploiting the homosexual, the feminist, the racial minority and the economically depressed individuals. The objective is power through divisiveness. Progressive compassion is claimed but in reality it exists only in the game plan and never in their souls.

TPATH July 20, 2014

The Eagle

 


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