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REVOLUTION NOW! “Dominionism 101"

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Have you ever wondered what happened to conservative politics in America- whether you are conservative, liberal, progressive or even non-political?Or why every time we turn around we are hearing more and more of this new brand of conservative politician citing God and biblical law as their justification for changing OUR laws in America? Does it cause you concern to hear about proposed changes such as charging a woman with murder if she has a miscarriage and cannot prove that it happened spontaneously? Or the push to grant a zygote the status of "personhood". Or that there are politicians and clergy who want to export homosexuals and revoke their citizenship?

Or that textbooks are being re-written as we saw in Texaslast year, to accommodate a false sense that our nation was founded as a solely Christian Nation?

How about targeting the public schools because they view them as “institutions of Satan” by defunding programs and shifting the money to build up the Charter Schools (mostly Christian) and homeschooling funding (again, mostly Christian)?

Leah L. Burton is a multi-generational Alaskan; born in Ketchikan, Alaska in the late 1950s and raised throughout the state. She is an avid researcher on the thirty-year infestation of the Republican Party by religious zealots and a member of the New Apostolic Reformation Research Project. She was raised in Alaska politics and watched the conversion of the GOP as they merged pulpits with politics when her father ran as a Republican candidate for the Alaska Senate in 1990.She is a frequent guest on radio talk shows discussing why we need to take Sarah Palin and others like her seriously. She is a regular guest on a popular Blog Talk Radio Show on God Discussion.com, and The Allan Handelman Show out of Charlotte, North Carolina. She has become a “go to” source on the topic of Christian Dominionism in American politics.