Positing a moral equivalence between Islam and Christianity is his first big mistake. His second is to foolishly think that setting up a mosque is the same thing as setting up a church.
Monthly Archives: March 2017
Disney, Sea World and Universal Employee’s Caught in Sex Stings, Child Porn Arrests. Disney Moves Forward!
CNN reported on July 14, 2014 that a Walt Disney World security guard and janitor at SeaWorld’s Discovery Cove were among 18 men arrested in a sex sting.
Former Vice President Al Gore, who has no more scientific background than your cat, now says Global Warming aka Man-Made Climate Change aka B.S. caused Brexit.
Yesterday, during a stop on the conservative ‘Free Speech Tour,’ liberals took hammers and spray paint to the bus parked in Manhattan.
A day does not go by when another terror attack does not take place. This time we had a terrorist ploughing through a crowd of people in London.
On Wednesday, Human Coalition president Brian Fisher presented a lecture at FRC on the role of technology and data in rescuing mothers and children from abortion.
As part of her appearance at a Human Rights Campaign annual gala dinner in Los Angeles, pop singer Katy Perry shared with the masses that she entered into sexual perversion as a Christian youth.
I fear the long-term consequences, whatever they might turn out to be, of basing a whole civilization on a foundation of lies.
Princeton Theological Seminary, a once-venerable institution, has crossed a shameful line, thereby writing its own epitaph.
No longer is the so-called “transgender case” before the United States Supreme Court. A big development has occurred.
The Wall Street Journal editorial, “A President’s Credibility,” will probably not be followed up by an editorial on the Journal’s lack of credibility.
If you thought your job interview was tough, try being Neil Gorsuch. The president’s Supreme Court pick has spent three grueling days under the microscope of nitpicking Democrats.
Trump must keep the promise he made at the prayer breakfast: “My administration will do everything in its power to defend and protect religious liberty.”
The enemy takes on many forms. There are even those times when our greatest foe is the person staring back at us. Ultimately our mirrors betray us.
Calvinist evangelist Paul Washer suffered a heart attack days ago and, in his critical condition in a hospital bed, he tweeted: “If it makes you feel any better, I didn’t go to the third heaven.”
Generation Z is more than ready to carry the torch for the conservatism that many Millennials left behind, according to an encouraging set of polls.
Will defunding Planned Parenthood result in the number of deaths (babies and mommies) skyrocketing due to so-called “back-alley,” “coat hanger” abortions?
The results of a new study were announced this week, and they are consistent with previous findings. The 5 million or so people who live in the Scandinavian country of Norway are among the happiest on earth.
Because the worst thing anyone can do today is hate something, even the adoption of Christian values has to be given a different name.
The preamble to the Constitution reflects both the requirement of effective law and what the people declare to be the first purposes of the government.
In consultation with the Chief Justice, we filed motion to forego the oral argument — there’s no reason to wait ’till April 26.
All the evidence suggests that President Trump did, in fact, select a nominee in the mold of Justice Antonin Scalia.
Isn’t it time to abandon this dangerous course and return to the original Bill of Rights?
The State Department to-do list thanks to George Soros, just got longer. From Hungary to Macedonia, governments are complaining about the intrusion of far-Left special interests.
Another issue that is raising concern is how Trump is doing on foreign policy and national security matters. Does President Trump need additional assistance in vetting his nominees?
In the battle for God’s Institution of Marriage, there has not been much good news, but the problem confronting us has roots going back more than 100 years.
The good news for NC is becoming repetitive, but based on the latest business reports, HB 2 might have been the best thing that happened to the state!
It was a sad night in East Baton Rouge, when Sheriff’s Deputy Shawn Anderson was shot and killed in the line of duty.
You recently called upon your Senate colleagues to subject Judge Neil Gorsuch’s record to “extreme vetting,” questioning both his qualification and biography.
A listener contacted me, concerned about yet another high school performing “The Laramie Project,” a play/movie depicting the popular version of the events surrounding the 1998 murder of homosexual HIV-positive Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard.