Liberals and pietists never tire of faulting us who ‘mix religion with politics’–even though, for leftids, their politics is their religion. I don’t care if my religion overlaps into my politics. I think it should. Period.
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If you debate with the people who want men to “breastfeed,” you’ve already lost that so-called debate simply because you agreed to it.
Citrus College’s rocketry club was selected to compete in NASA’s annual Student Launch Competition, but is being prevented from attending because of California politics.
A negative ambiance is hurting the GOP for Election 2018, with Democrats currently enjoying a 10-point net favorable rating to win seats.
If God has called a man to preach and teach His Word, that will be his passion. If God has called a man to pursue politics, that will be his or her passion.
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
Right-wingers pioneered new solutions: homeschooling, for-profit colleges, think-tanks, independent book clubs, and conservative accredited universities. But everything conservatives did failed.
What does it mean to be on the Right? What with assorted bow-tie “conservatives” kicking out of their movement anyone who supports President Donald Trump, it’s gotten kind of confusing.
The future of France is on the line. This Sunday’s French presidential election will decide whether France will be France… or not.
For the last few years, ESPN has been trying to settle a different score. And unfortunately for viewers, it has nothing to do with sports.
I find myself in a strange political place. One in which I vehemently reject the secular status quo establishment, but scoff at the politically correct progressive push toward a dehumanized socialist society.
NBC Sports lead baseball writer Craig Calcaterra has a message for Americans – downplay the phony flag patriotism at the all-American sport of baseball.
Red lines and public outcries, a day of reckoning feels just a few tomahawk missiles away. I don’t believe the people on the inside have noble intentions.
To the core of my being, I am a revolutionary. I eat, drink, breathe, and sleep revolution.
This is their public disservice announcement, in which they claim that they are the majority voice of the country and demand that Congress “stand up to Trump.”
Is it dangerous for Christian leaders to mix politics and religion? Is that a confusion of their calling? Or is it important for Christian leaders to address all areas of life, including politics?
Politics is not everything and politics cannot save us. But the political realm is nonetheless quite important and we avoid political engagement to our own detriment.
It appears that we are at a juncture in American history where we’ve lost sight of civility in politics. We seemed to be shocked by the anger, the violence, and lack of restraint.
Even more important than elections is the condition of our culture. We can’t screw up our culture and expect that everything else will be okay. In fact, our politics and our economy are the way they are because our popular culture is a mess.
It’s not an either-or choice. It’s not politics or God. It is, and should be, both. Voting for godly men can result in a nation’s laws being more good than bad, accommodating good while suppressing evil.
If God has called a man to preach and teach His Word, that will be his passion. If God has called a Christian to pursue politics, that will be his or her passion.
You might think that rightists are the “guilty” party when it comes to preaching politics from the pulpit, the Pew findings show that Marxists apparently do so more often—including when it comes to endorsing candidates.
Anyone thinking that merely proves my point made over and over again that many (if not most) Republicans and conservatives continue to be completely clueless when it comes to the information war.
Since our first parents fell from a pristine garden head-long into the morass of sin so long ago, the inability..
In the aftermath of the horrible tragedy in Orlando, where innocent people were killed and injured, we offer our prayers for the victims, their families, their loved ones, and for America.
One of the hallmarks of political campaigns in American history is that they are often nasty, brutish, and long. And they have been since the beginning.
The once-independent media is controlled. We no longer get the “news” but instead are fed a flavored version of events designed to control the masses.
Along with spreading lies about mistresses, engaging in character assassination, name-calling, attacking Ted Cruz’s wife, and conspiracy tinfoil hat rhetoric..
Bernie the Bum…
Bernie Sanders was nothing but a bum ’till he found his niche in government.
The real problem isn’t just Donald Trump. His performance is like the cloud of debris that rises as a large building collapses to the ground.