[Photo by Jerry Newcombe of the Gallup organization, cited in this column] Those poor people at the southern border. So many of them are risking their lives to try and get what they think is a better life here in America. They don’t realize how bad things are here. They haven’t been exposed to the constant America-bashing message coming from the liberal institutions that dominate our schools, our culture, our […]

Categories: 2018 Columns, Columns

Barely a week goes by without some news about the transgender issue. Recently, some declared that babies should be called “theybies”—since we don’t know whether they’re male or female until they decide for themselves. There are people who suffer with gender dysphoria—where they feel like a boy trapped in a girl’s body or vice versa. Our hearts go out to them. However, the Scriptures say that God has made human […]

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Soon the Senate will hold hearings as to whether or not to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. One can only imagine the fireworks to come. Beware of the Saul Alinsky model—of the politics of personal destruction. Saul Alinksy, a Marxist and the father of the community organizers, wrote Rules for Radicals (1971), in which he states, “In a fight almost anything goes. It almost reaches the point […]

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Soon we can expect another contentious battle in the Senate over a Supreme Court nominee. For the last few decades, in all such battles, there has been one issue (spoken or unspoken) underlying so much of the fierce fighting: abortion. Abortion is the Holy Grail to the American left. It dominates all over considerations. Far be it from any Supreme Court justice to try and overturn “Roe v. Wade,” the […]

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[Photo by Jerry Newcombe of the back-side of the Supreme Court] To hear some on the left tell it, you would think that America is finished as a nation with the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. One such person tweeted:  “Literally in tears. Haven’t felt this hopeless in a long time. With Justice Kennedy leaving, we now have two options as Americans: get fitted for your Nazi uniform […]

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June is the month of weddings. Now that the dust has completely settled from the mid-May wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, it’s interesting to note that the eyes of hundreds of millions around the world were looking at this whole event with great interest. How come—in light of the notion that marriage is just an antiquated institution these days? The charismatic American Bishop, Michael Curry of the (U.S.) […]

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The Bible is being used by both sides in the current immigration debate. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is quoting Romans 13 on how we should obey the government since it’s been ordained by God. His critics likewise invoke the Word of God. Democrat Congresswoman Maxine Waters of California says that God is on her side when it comes to protesting anyone involved in the Trump administration because of the families-separation-at-the-border […]

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[Pictured: A statue of Roger Sherman of Connecticut, who’s referenced in this article.] There are plans afoot, including by politicians in Connecticut, to effectively abolish the Electoral College. It’s a plan for liberals to hitherto control the presidency. Author Tara Ross has written a couple of books on the Electoral College, such as “The Indispensable Electoral College: How the Founders’ Plan Saves Our Country from Mob Rule.” She also hosts […]

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Jesus said the meek shall inherit the earth. But today, could it be that the “geeks” of Silicon Valley are instead trying to inherit the earth? Brent Bozell, head of the Media Research Center (MRC), just released a blockbuster report on the problem of censorship by big tech Silicon Valley companies, like YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and Google. The report is called “CENSORED! How Online Media Companies Are Suppressing Conservative Speech.” […]

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About twenty years ago, I produced a story for D. James Kennedy Ministries on the subject of a school prayer case in Santa Fe, Texas. On the one hand, many parents and ministers were eager to promote godly influence in the school district. On the other hand, the judge ruled against such influence and did so with great hostility. Here we are twenty years later, and the tragedy of the […]

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