Monthly Archives: August 2016

Remembering John McLaughlin

Remembering John McLaughlin

John McLaughlin, often credited with starting the point-counterpoint style of television journalism, died last week at the age of 89. His weekly syndicated program, The McLaughlin Group, aired on many PBS stations.

God Has Not Called Us to Be Nice

God Has Not Called Us to Be Nice

Many Christians believe that the highest calling God has placed on us is to be nice. These Christians are wrong. God has not called us to be nice. Rather, he has called us to be good.

The Mexican Fisherman and the MBA

The Mexican Fisherman and the MBA

The Mexican fisherman said, “I sleep late, fish a little, play with my children, take siesta with my wife, and stroll into the village each evening where I sip wine and play guitar with my amigos.”

More Ugly Leftist Hypocrisy

More Ugly Leftist Hypocrisy

It is getting to the point where if I am asked to define what leftism is all about, I simply offer the word hypocrisy. The two seem to go together so often, that they may be twins separated at birth.

‘Star Wars’ Not Diverse Enough?

‘Star Wars’ Not Diverse Enough?

Right–you hear the word “diverse” and you know what’s coming. Homosexual activists are saying the next Star Wars movie, already in production–had better have some “gay” characters.

A Texas Judge’s Prayers and the 1st Amendment

A Texas Judge’s Prayers and the 1st Amendment

Prayer is a universal assistance that billions of people all over the globe rely on when in times of distress, sadness, trouble, happiness, or gratefulness. This practice transcends all lines of ethnicity, culture, religions, and political systems.