The request to have a marriage with a laptop and a parrot has been thrown out. The case against Kim Davis has been dismissed.
Monthly Archives: April 2017
The fixation on occult methodologies like meditation does not arise from a vacuum, but reflects the thinking of some of psychology’s most notable pioneers.
The Stought Brothers: “The Mystery at the Market” is an adventure serial story for middle grade (ages 8-12) readers. Exclusively at BarbWire.com.
Damascus is the world’s oldest city, more than 6,000 years old, and it will be destroyed to the point of being a “ruinous heap.” Unattended sheep will wander in the streets with no one to shepherd them.
There are plenty of good gun schools, classes and teachers across the nation to help us gain or improve upon this knowledge, but few are better than Gunsite Academy.
Over the past one hundred years, the notion of truth as a definable value standard that can be known by various means, has been attacked and maligned.
We’re in a whole new realm of depravity now. A Russian television show is set to begin that has critics referring to it as a real life Hunger Games.
On one side is nature’s design and intent (natural sex between men and women), and on the other is everything else. Is society prepared to give “equal rights” to the “everything else” — such as the paraphilia sadomasochism?
Many argue that people are born homosexual; that the tendency to be physically attracted to the same sex is, for some, beyond their control.
U.S. President Donald Trump took the world by surprise when he ordered the U.S. military to launch a cruise missile strike on a Syrian airbase Thursday.
The attack on Syria’s Shayrat airfield: Trump was “stealing the march,” a military term for gaining the strategic advantage before the opponent can react.
Dems who previously objected to the filibuster, filibustered Judge Gorsuch from sitting on the Supreme Court forcing the GOP to invoke the ‘nuclear option.’
All nations are built upon a common set of moral values and for just over 200 years this nation’s foundation was the rock of Christianity.
The Trump team announced that Tennessee State Senator Mark Green will be taking over for Eric Fanning, a man whose biggest priority was “diversity training,” as the Secretary of the U.S Army.
The Jerusalem Post, one of the most prominent Israeli newspapers, said yesterday that Russia announced that it now recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
The condition of Christianity in the Middle East may now be as imperiled as it has been at almost any time in the last 2,000 years. This is particularly true in Iraq.
It was meant to send a message — not only to Assad, but to the Russians. “President Trump is telling the Russians and Iranians that America isn’t messing around.”
A “non-governmental LBGT group” has been handing out lewd pamphlets to refugees. Do you think any of those men, upon viewing the gay porn pamphlets, will want to assimilate with Swedish culture?
It seems that no matter what the circumstance, no matter how extreme and dangerous things might be, people want to test God’s faithfulness when He warns mankind of impending danger.
Secretary of State Tillerson says that Bashar Assad is guilty of using chemical weapons against his own people. Do we really know what’s going on in Syria?
Do conservatives — or, for that matter, non-leftists — appreciate just how terrific Donald Trump has been as president? And how lucky we are that he won the presidency?
The most egregious example of cultural appropriation, perhaps in history, is the theft of God’s rainbow by the LGBTQ crowd.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) put his finger on the nuclear trigger — the same procedural bomb Democrats dropped in 2013 — and never looked back.
No life is worth forfeiting – or maiming or destroying – for a text.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin recently signed SB 17 into law. It protects the constitutional rights of students to express their religious views without fear of punishment.
Ever since his forced resignation, Rather has continued on a downward spiral. His career has been kept alive by appearances on the Rachel Maddow show.
The FBI based its decision that it was the Russians that hacked into the DNC computers on a report commissioned by the DNC and generated by a company called CrowdStrike.
Today Nebraska state senators ended debate on LB173, a bill that would have added “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the state’s employment nondiscrimination statues.
The real perversion the hatred being sown by this attempt to condemn and vilify those who stand with the Living God and obey His words.
A Catholic citizen of Rio de Janeiro was ordered to pay a US$ 6,000 fine for damages for criticizing a measure granting taxpayer funds to a homosexual group.