You may have thought I was exaggerating when I referenced LGBT activists who compared Christian conservatives to ISIS and Al-Qaeda. Be assured that there was not a word of hyperbole in what I wrote.
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The MRC study confirms what we knew to be true already: There is a war against conservative and religious speech. And it is not just in the realm of online media, as Bozell rightly observed.
The California “Must Stay Gay Bill,” Assembly Bill 2943, bans books, conferences, counseling advocating Muslim, Jewish, and Christian views on gender and sexual orientation.
Porn star Stormy Daniels may be having the time of her life and enjoying her newfound fame at the expense of President Trump. She may be making boatloads of money. But at the end of the day, this is a sad story.
Reactions to our bombing of Syria, as we joined together with the UK and France, have been intense on all sides. From the right, President Trump received a barrage of criticism.
Senator Booker, when interviewing secretary of state candidate Mike Pompeo, you asked, “Do you believe gay sex is a perversion, yes or no? Yes or no, sir?”
We commemorate the Holocaust every year with Holocaust Remembrance Day out of respect for the victims, and because the Jewish people continue to be the object of murderous hostility and Israel faces an ongoing existential threat.
In light of Senator Ted Cruz’s incisive questioning of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, I thought it would be useful to share a series of emails I exchanged with our Facebook contact person. Is Facebook a neutral platform?
I posted a three-minute video, expressing my differences with Geraldo and placing the blame where it belongs: at the foot of Hamas. YouTube was not happy with my commentary, deeming it “Not suitable for all advertisers.”
In the latest example of madness, the Boston Marathon (among other marathons) has announced that men who identify as women can compete with the women.
Sunday’s elections in Hungary resulted in a decisive win for Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party. It was also a victory against Hungarian-born billionaire George Soros, who actively supported the opposition liberal, globalist candidates.
There are times when it is right to name names when calling out error and there are times when it is not right. How do we make that distinction?
In a brazen assault on our most fundamental freedoms, California legislators are considering a bill (AB-2943) that would make it illegal for anyone to receive professional help to resolve unwanted same-sex attractions or gender confusion.
I believe that the best is yet to come and that what we have seen so far is nothing compared to what is coming in the days ahead – the greatest outpouring of the Spirit in the history of the planet.
This year, as Christians celebrate Good Friday, Jews will be celebrating Passover. But most years, the two holidays are separated, sometimes by several weeks.
As a former teen activist, I’m glad to see young people standing for a cause. At the same time, I’m thrilled that I was not given a platform to speak to the nation during my teen activist years.
There was a time in our culture when we knew how to blush. When we had a sense of propriety. When Hollywood operated under a strict moral code.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments for NIFLA vs. Becerra, the case which focuses on the California “law that requires pregnancy centers to notify women that the state offers subsidies for abortion.”
It is also well-known that the great majority of children who identify as transgender before puberty no longer do so after puberty. This is especially true if they have not lived out a transgender identity before puberty.
One day the right is mocking Hillary Clinton for taking a fall while walking down a flight of outdoor steps in India. The next day the left is mocking the president’s weight. Must we be so infantile in our criticisms?
According to Vice President Pence on Monday, Joy Behar needed to make a public apology for the anti-Christian comments she made on The View. She did so Tuesday.
If the presidential elections were held today and Donald Trump was running against Hillary Clinton, I would vote for Trump without hesitation. But when it comes to his recent attack on NBC’s Chuck Todd, I side with Todd.
I have never been a fan of Alex Jones and Infowars, and I strongly reject some of the conspiracy theories Jones has put forth. But if it is true that his channel could be removed from YouTube, we should not ignore this.
I was participating in a Christian leadership forum this week when one of the leaders began to speak with passion, describing the new religion of the world.
In years to come, Prime Minister Netanyahu will be the hero of this episode and President Obama, while certainly not the Haman, will be the anti-hero. After all, it’s Purim.
In the aftermath of the latest school massacre in America, can we have a common-sense, non-partisan, practical discussion about guns, gun control, and gun violence? Can we move beyond our knee-jerk reactions and work as a team to save lives?
Thousands of Christians are being butchered in Nigeria and whole villages destroyed. Why are we so unconcerned? Why don’t we care? I believe the biggest reason is that we simply don’t know about what’s happening there.
My focus here is not on guns or gun control, nor is my focus on theological questions about divine activity and human free will. My focus is only on the facts before us: School violence is increasing at epidemic proportions.
Prior to my talk on the church and the LGBT community at Appalachian State University, students were warned to stay away from what was surely to be a hate-filled presentation by a hate-filled individual.
When I received the invitation to speak on homosexuality and the Bible at Appalachian State University in North Carolina, I immediately accepted it but told the campus group that invited me that it would be difficult to hold the event.