The only thing President Trump is cranking out more than tweets is judicial nominees. Yesterday, the White House sent its eighth wave of picks to the Senate.
Monthly Archives: September 2017
An Army recruit starts off with a salary under $20,000. An NFL rookie’s minimum salary is $465,000. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell got paid $44 million in one year.
In the fourth chapter of Hosea, the prophet delivers God’s charge against the nation of Israel. The Lord pronounces that there is ‘no truth or mercy or knowledge of God in the land.’
In his life, Hugh Hefner built an empire. Many, including himself, would say this empire was built on helping people explore their sexual freedom.
Moore believes, like the founders did – particularly Jefferson – that the values of Islam are fundamentally incompatible with the values of the Constitution
We herald those like Hugh Hefner who recently died at age 91 on September 27, 2017 as pioneers of personal freedom and self-expression.
Speaker Ryan has sent key bills to the Senate only to watch them die. After 10 years as the GOP top dog, some GOP think it’s time for McConnell to call it quits.
Recently, Senator Bernie Sanders unveiled a single-payer healthcare plan called “Medicare for All.”
Stanislav Petrov, a lieutenant colonel in the Soviet Air Defense Forces in that crisis made the right decision.
Once again, I’m so glad that Hef is dead — and to our credit, his legacy will die away just as fast, unlike the proverbial bunnies which breed like, well, you know!
When the president lied to America about the attack in Benghazi, which killed two friends,Ty Woods and Glen Doherty, and including Sean Smith and Chris Stevens, I didn’t take a knee.
As a nation we have struggled with the question of abortion since the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973, a prime example of the judiciary exceeding the limits placed by the Constitution.
The Far Left was gunning to get football banned because Americans liked it and they don’t like America. Suddenly we see all these vacuous “protests” over this or that “injustice.”
The thinking has not been done for you; you are responsible for doing your own thinking. And when you truly do that, you’re going to reach vastly different conclusions.
This past September 17, we celebrated the 230th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution’s formation and the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787.
Conservative Christian jurist Roy Moore won the Alabama Republican primary runoff for U.S. Senate on Tuesday, defeating an appointed incumbent backed by President Donald Trump.
Madeline said she worked as a nanny and was trusted by people to look after their children, strongly rejecting claims she was homophobic.
…don’t want politics brought into the NFL. Can’t there be one day in the week – or even a few hours in a day – when things aren’t political?
There are certain basics and non-negotiables in the Christian job description. One is to be salt and light as Jesus clearly stated…
I spoke with a troubled Protestant who told me the evangelical conservative movement in the U.S. was apostate and the evidence was the influence of Rev. Moon.
Hugh Hefner has died at the age of 91. I hope he found grace and repentance before leaving this world. I also hope that his death will signify the end of the sexual revolution.
I’m not proud to be an American – I’m grateful. I didn’t do anything to become a citizen of this country. I was just born. But in appreciating America today, I feel like I’m a freak or something.
The Lying Left told us that a fetus was not a person. They told us that love has no gender and that holding fast to the standard of Biblical marriage is hateful.
Brown University has several options for men struggling (or persuaded they ought to struggle) against the intrinsic destructiveness of manhood.
This is a case of ‘I told you so.’ This is the so-called satanist group that wants to meet in public schools. They frankly are targeting the Good News Clubs.
We can know a lot about Judge Roy Moore by the blaring headline on Huffington Post Tuesday night: ‘Alabama Earthquake: GOP Picks Outsider Bigot.’
It turns out that unbelievers, atheists, and agnostics all experience nagging uncertainties as well.
Many people claim that the athletes have a First Amendment right to kneel in protest of the National Anthem and injustice, but this is not accurate.
Brookings Institution was found that fully one in five students think that “using violence to disrupt a controversial speaker is acceptable.”
How can students in public schools exercise their constitutional religious liberty rights? In part three of our “Back to School” Live series…