If Judge Kavanaugh signifies his intention to reject or evade the standard of our American creed, he should be voted down.
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A Facebook comment succinctly summarized important evidence that raises serious concerns about Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Kennedy.
The Maxine Waters call for Trump-haters to mob members of President Trump’s Administration reminded me of the caning of Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner.
It could mean that the U.S. House can impeach, and the U.S. Senate can convict and remove, any and all civil officers of the United States by simple majority vote. If this is accurate, draining the swamp just got a whole lot easier.
I would add that the attainment of wisdom comes into view when we ask, “Whose law?” The answer implied when the subject is religion is “the law of God.”
No government or official at any level of government in the United States can claim “the absolute right” to do anything in consequence of the delegated powers vested in the office they hold.
When people no longer practice self-discipline as a rule of everyday family life, they will quickly forget that the most important resource of law, order and yes, military valor, lies close at end within us.
It raises the question ‘If God prescribed homosexuality as the condition of some individuals, how can it be sinful for them to follow His will?’
As a free people, the corrosive fear most likely to cause our self-destruction is the fear of our own ungovernable selves.
St. Paul argues the need to withhold information, in word and deed, from those not yet ready to receive and understand it. For to do otherwise risks their life in Christ.
Firmly resolved to worship in no other congregation, Christians who pray to God for President Trump may yet find that, by the Grace of God in Christ, President Trump’s mind will truly be converted to the premise of God’s transcendent authority.
I pray that Candace Owens and all the well-intentioned idealists of our oncoming posterity will deeply ponder the priority that must be given, today as when our nation began, to the authority of God and His Truth.
In recent days, President Trump’s decision to bomb Syria raised questions about the import and intent of the Article I.8.11 which vests the U.S. Congress with the power “to declare war…”.
We understand that for us, as Americans and as human beings, true victory and lasting peace can only be erected on grounds that respect God’s endowment of right.
Mexico appears to be supporting an effort to probe America’s response to an openly orchestrated deployment of the strategy of unarmed invasion.
Voices from the elitist faction’s left wing, typified by former President Jimmy Carter, vilify Ambassador Bolton because he does not shrink from weaving the threat and use of military force into the fabric of our strategic diplomacy.
In our time, is faith declining because people demand empirical proof? In the first Chapter of her book on the “History of God,” Karen Armstrong asserts that “many of us no longer have the sense that we are surrounded by the unseen.”
In the wake of the Florida high school massacre, I’ve been writing a lot about what the 2nd Amendment plainly intends to achieve and renewed my call for Congress to heed the Amendment’s stated purpose.
I highly recommend “Drums Along the Mohawk,” directed by iconic John Ford, as a timely refresher course in what the Second Amendment is really about.
The recent shooting in a Florida school has one character, in which contemporary approaches either contribute to or fail to deal with troubled souls, whose anger and anguish eventually explode into violence.
People open to comprehending the humble stature of our humanity in the presence of God, may be forgiven for mistaking greatness as the goal of our existence.
Abraham trusts in God’s goodwill. He rightly assumes that God’s awesome power will be governed by God’s standard of right.
Christ was with God and was God in the sovereign work of His Creation—the very Word of God through which all things are made. Is not the Word of God, availing, the very rule establishing all things?
The comparison to the first Civil War may underestimate our peril. At the time of that war, there was a common ground of moral authority and principle that harkened back to the American Declaration of Independence.
I presently live with the intellectual, moral and spiritual confusion being generated by the pastorally flexible approach to fundamental teachings now in vogue with some at the highest levels of leadership in the Church.
Millions of taxpayer dollars have been expended to induce people not to pursue lawsuits that would focus attention on allegations of misconduct by members of Congress.
We are all of us created equal; we are all equally obliged to execute God’s program for our existence. As we do so, we are all equally answerable to God.
China and Russia are both violating the UN Security Council Resolution (2397) passed with their support, imposing sanctions on North Korea…
When the Pope implies that a good father doesn’t lead his children into temptations, he appears to imply the Roman Catholic Church has no regard for the written Word of God.
What is the Constitutional basis on which even the U.S. Supreme Court can mandatorily usurp the power of the Commander in Chief?