Should French Jews fear the potential election of Marine Le Pen? Should they leave France if she wins the presidency, per the advice of a leading rabbi?
Monthly Archives: April 2017
A BarbWire Exclusive Fiction Short Story Series…Here is the sixth serial installment of the middle grade (ages 8-12) story, The Stought Brothers: “The Mystery at the Market.”
There are two types of societies, production and rationing. As the Soviet Union discovered, you can have rationing or innovation, but you can’t have both at the same time.
Following the hijacking of a cargo ship near the coast of Somalia in April of 2009, ocean transport companies began taking the threat of modern day pirates seriously.
Because Jesus rose from the grave, we have hope – a hope that transcends our circumstances and transforms our perspectives. We can be free to live in victory in this life because the resurrection of Jesus grants us access to the next life.
It’s a sad day for the Hudson family. Prodigal daughter Katy Perry is denouncing her Christian upbringing.
So be angry about the decapitated Trump artwork if you like. But progressives have been doing this stuff for decades and laughing about it the whole time.
Hunted down, beaten, enslaved, and tortured for their faith…In a world where at least one Christian is killed every hour for practicing their faith, the situation is dire.
It is time for judgment to begin with God’s household; and if it begins with us, what will the outcome be for those who do not obey the gospel of God?
The Media continue to lie and to further their agenda by promulgating propaganda, as well as driving support for Donald Trump, as a leader of the opposition.
Arkansas was scheduled to put eight murderers to death in 11 days, before its lethal injection drug reaches its expiration date.
Social media was outraged with the news that a doctor was allegedly performing FGM on girls. So why aren’t people outraged over ‘sex-changing’ children?
The Bible describes the intoxicating power of passion associated with lust and adultery. Misdirected passion deceives, misleads, and influences.
The unsigned Iran deal actually legitimizes Iran’s nuclear aspirations by condoning its enrichment of uranium. Iran continues its ballistic missile tests.
Making a fashion statement wasn’t the point of a ninth grader’s cross necklace in Florida. Making a statement of faith was. And to her teacher, that was the problem.
If Plano leaders want to legislate in secret, then voters will sue them in the open! Texans Greg and Laura Hatch are just two of the locals frustrated by the city’s underhanded passage of an LGBT ordinance in 2014.
Another fairly recent and notable example of our political system run amuck occurred when alleged ‘social extremist,’ Scott Garrett, became a surprising casualty of the LGBT-driven civil standard.
What does a children’s playground have to do with the Supreme Court? A lot, starting today.
We also hear about transracial and transabled and transhuman and trans-species, all of which leads me to focus on the trans that matters most to God: transgression.
Dove has just released a sad and repellent ad promoting its new product line: Baby Dove. The ad features young women sharing their views of mothering
When Georgia congressional candidate Jon Ossoff was asked if he lived in the district in which he was running for office, he explained, “I’ve been living with my girlfriend for 12 years now down by Emory University.
During the height of the litigation involving Chief Justice Roy Moore in Alabama, people wondered, “Where is the governor?”
“Queer communism” is the battle cry of these modern Marxists, who label themselves “Queer communists” and identify with the origins of the Russian revolution.
Now that the NCAA is bouncing back to North Carolina, Texas leaders are ready to get the ball rolling on their own privacy act.
I find myself in a strange political place. One in which I vehemently reject the secular status quo establishment, but scoff at the politically correct progressive push toward a dehumanized socialist society.
The Day of Silence is a political event sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network that urges students to refuse to speak for an entire school day.
In Necropolis we step back to the present time, where an inchoate One World is emerging. A native Indian and the President represent two worldviews, Judeo-Christian and Progressive.
But in the end it will have to be admitted that Bill O’Reilly wasn’t murdered as much as he committed harikari because of his inability to control his overblown ego.
Amidst the angst-ridden media attention paid to President Donald Trump’s efforts, the Interior Department under new Secretary Ryan Zinke has quietly gone about implementing Trump’s vision.
Isn’t the good character by which we prove our capacity to merit the blessings of liberty exactly what we Americans must conserve?