Law and Order Take a Vacation

I took a vacation the past week and it seems as though law and order did, too. If you’ve been keeping up through other news outlets, you know all about Hillary Clinton’s “get out of jail free card” (more on that in a moment) and the horrible killing of five police officers in Dallas. Here […]

LGBT Community Blames Traditionalists, Christians for Violence Against Gays

A staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union released a statement following the Orlando attack saying the Christian Right is implicated. The attorney, Chase Strangio, points to the 200 “anti-LGBT” bills passed in the last six months. This would include the recent ruling in North Carolina on bathroom usage. Sally Kohn of MSNBC says […]

The Ultimate Goal in the Bathroom Wars

(This is an op-ed) The New York City Commission on Human Rights has published its transgender guidelines that should have all of us “cisgender” (not transgender) Americans concerned. At issue is the idea that everyone has a “deeply-held sense of gender identity,” which may or may not correspond to one’s biology. Therefore, it is highly […]

Why Muslims “Deserve” Special Status

We read about President Obama’s disdain to use the words “radical Islam,” or to admit the recent terror attacks have been committed by Muslims. He wants to open the U.S. borders wide to admit hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees–yet there are several accounts where the State Department is turning them down if they are […]

Keep on Praying, God is Listening

As the WWII generation continues to reach the end of their lives and the baby boomers get grayer, the children being born from here on out will have no direct link to the way things used to be. This is what we Christians might call the “glory days” of the United States, when there was […]

Two New Efforts to Force the Left’s Agenda

Seventeen Attorneys General have banded together to target any companies that challenge climate change politics. New York AG Eric Schneiderman said at a press conference that any companies “committing fraud by lying” about the dangers of climate change will be pursued to the fullest extent of the law. Exxon Mobile is one of their targets. […]

Clinton takes Misstep, Calls Unborn a Person

Hillary Clinton was asked when or if an unborn child has constitutional rights and her answer angered some in the abortion rights community. She said, “The unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights.” She followed by saying there is legal room for reasonable kinds of restrictions on abortions after a certain point in time. Her responses go […]

Father, We Want Our Country Back

Father, only You know what’s coming. You have told us to pray–to come boldly before Your throne of grace. We need mercy and grace right now in this time of need. We want godly leadership in this nation–men and women who will walk with You and depend on Your guidance to recover the moral, economic, […]

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

There are some movies you see because the consequences of missing it are too great. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is one of those movies. It’s the true account of the 13-hour siege on the American consulate and CIA outpost in Benghazi, Libya, by Islamic militants on September 11, 2012. The opening of that […]

The Farook Brothers: One a U.S. Veteran, One a Terrorist Killer

Sayed Rizwan Farook was an environmental inspector with the county health department in San Bernardino, CA. He carried out the December 2 shootings, which left 14 people dead and 21 injured. His wife Tashfeen helped with the killings. It is believed Tashfeen was radicalized overseas, and may have immigrated to the U.S. as an “operative,” […]

Three Dead after Planned Parenthood Attack

A man killed one police officer and two other people in a seige that lasted five hours at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood on Friday. Nine others were injured. The shooter, Robert Lewis Dear, 57, was captured by police. It is reported that he said, “No more baby parts,” after his arrest, referring to the […]

The Day 5 People’s Opinions Changed a Nation Forever

On Friday, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court announced its 5-4 decision to make same-sex marriage the law of the land. Never mind that laws are supposed to be written in Congress and voted on by men and women elected to represent the views of their constituents. Never mind that the Supreme Court justices are […]

Imperfect Citizens of the Kingdom

The news the past week was more about social issues inside our nation that what’s happening outside. Bruce Jenner became “Caitlyn,” and allegations of sexual misconduct were leveled against a former (and very well-liked) Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert. And probably the nosiest news of all was the sexual deviancy of Joshua Duggar–oldest son […]

When Tolerance is Intolerant

When Tolerance is Intolerant There is a new flavor of compromise in Sweden that won’t tolerate Christian beliefs. Medical professionals can no longer be openly pro-life and must lay aside their convictions to keep their jobs. Sweden’s National Coordinator Against Violent Extremism linked pro-life views with ISIS, claiming both are populated by extremists, with pro-life […]

Culture Wars

April 5, 2015 There has been an uproar regarding a religious freedom law proposed by the Governor of Indiana, and now being re-crafted. Initially, it was simply a duplicate of the 1993 federal law which prohibits discrimination for any reason. For example, a professional photographer who refuses to photograph a gay “wedding” on religious grounds […]