I’ve never understood the logic of Christian political commentators who compare Donald Trump to the Persian King Cyrus, of Biblical fame.
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Senator McCain neglects to translate the context in which that Declaration of America’s principles evokes “the laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.”
This may be the good reason why America’s Founders preferred democratic republicanism to every other constitutional alternative. It may not deal with…
Recently I read an unreasoning diatribe asserting that anyone who refuses to condemn Judge Roy Moore as a sexual predator is “disgusting…”
I recently read that Erik Prince Believes Trump will eventually privatize Afghanistan War. This gave rise to a two-part essay.
Whenever we ponder our nation’s principles we must take account of that word, or else prove unequal to the task of preserving our self-government.
In an article I read today, Tony Perkins wonders why North Carolina governor Roy Cooper refuses “to read the fallout” from Hillary Clinton’s loss to Trump.
Pope Francis has issued his strongest statement yet against the death penalty, calling it “contrary to the Gospel.
The need to identify common ground is the hallmark of democratic republican government.
The aggressor Kim regime survived its early existential crisis thanks to Chinese military forces. It still largely depends on China’s economic support.
Like ‘the shot heard round the world’ when America’s first patriots resolved to battle for God’s endowment of right, let Judge Moore’s victory and subsequent service be the clarion call that emboldens faithful voters throughout our land.
Thus, the sovereignty of God trumps merely human sovereignty, however powerfully expressed in human terms.
Professor Amy Coney Barrett’s writing suggests that she thinks it important to make sure that this tenet of humanly prideful self-sufficiency
The Trump Administration’s decision to end the DACA program, on Constitutional grounds, is the right thing, done in the right way, for the right reason.
Mr. Tillerson, when asked whether he agreed with President Trump’s remarks, he responded ‘The President speaks for himself.’
The words “nation” and “nationalism”, since Donald Trump’s rise to the Presidency, have been much in evidence in American political discourse.
China is not directly threatening the United States and other nations. They are threatening us by proxy, with deniability, on account of their North Korean henchman.
I urge conservatives of true conviction and faith to Stand with Judge Moore, as he has stood for all the truths that make us truly at liberty.
Trump BSA- And the American way wends from evening toward the dark, increasingly obscuring the hope we are supposed to represent to all humanity. Unless, we repent.
Trump- “Sessions should have never recused himself,- he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else…”
I don’t always agree with Charles Krauthammer. Over the years, however, I’ve come to respect the fact that he strives to reason with integrity.
Through all the generations since our nation began, people have understood that our exceptional character as a nation is not, at its heart, a material fact or goal.
For several weeks before the July 2nd vote took place, a committee, which included John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin, worked on the document that would formally present the new nation’s resolve to the world.
I was curious to see Wonder Woman. For better or worse, we are living in an era the creator of that comic book heroine, William Marston, would have viewed with satisfaction.
In a little while we Americans will celebrate the 4th of July. These days we are, I think purposely, encouraged to see it as a celebration of human independence and the prosperity.
What does it mean to be “moderately” supportive of the right to life; or moderately opposed to enforcing laws or court decisions that disparage or deny the natural family, as God endowed?
This gives the impression that Washington’s swamp rats are winning again, no matter the will of the people of the United States.
This Memorial Day I think of those who gave themselves in service to our nation. We best remember them by honoring the vocation of right, of justice and good hope in God, for which they were called to give their all, and not in vain.
Before we reject the Declaration’s assertion of human equality, perhaps we should ask ourselves what it takes for us to recognize that some things are greater than others.
Texas just became the 11th state to join in calling for a Constitutional convention, pursuant to Article V of the U.S. Constitution.