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Perspectives (By Year)

    • Apr15, 2014

      Bryan FischerThe 16th Amendment was sold to the American public as a way to make the rich pay their "fair share." That law, which was billed as a "soak the rich" scheme, instead now threatens to drown us.

    • Apr14, 2014

      Knight, Robert (ACRU)Like a creek gushing in springtime, the trickle of Internal Revenue Service corruption is becoming a steady current.

    • Apr14, 2014

      Kevin McCulloughLet me obliterate a bit of confusion here: the Obama administration attempted to go to war with a rancher in Nevada. Let me amplify a little bit of truth: they tucked tail and have returned home. And let me add a bit of clarity: they had no choice!

    • Apr10, 2014

      Larry ElderFor reasons perhaps only psychiatrists understand, Democratic presidents seek, at last, finally and forever, to "solve" the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

    • Apr09, 2014

      Michelle MalkinI have created a new species designation for the female Democrats who play hypocritical gender politics on behalf of Barack Obama. They're genderhawks.

    • Apr08, 2014

      Knight, Robert (ACRU)It's one thing to have the idea that a cow is now a horse. It's another to use the power of the law to impose this delusion on everybody else. Same-sex "marriage" is a direct attack on freedom of conscience for millions of people.

    • Apr07, 2014

      Michael BrownFor years I've been sounding the alarm about an impending social, cultural, and spiritual crisis, and for years critics have compared me to Chicken Little, discounting my warnings as the ravings of a hysterical, religious fundamentalist. Well, it's a little late for that now.

    • Apr07, 2014

      Kevin McCulloughThe war that has been brewing between the sexual activists of America and everyday people of faith, morals, and conscience has moved into the major campaign of the conflict. Last week was bloody.

    • Apr04, 2014

      Bryan FischerThe man who is the face and voice of the Southern Baptist Convention on public policy believes fighting to protect natural marriage is "a politically ridiculous thing to do right now." Such pessimism is unbecoming for a man whose role is to be a leader in the task of returning our nation to its moral center.

    • Apr02, 2014

      Michelle MalkinQuestion: Who are the most prominent public purveyors of Asian stereotypes and ethnic language-mocking in America? The right answer is liberal Hollywood and Democrats.

    • Apr01, 2014

      Robert KnightThe Left argues there are so few prosecuted cases of vote fraud out of millions of ballots cast that it makes no difference. What they don't understand, however, is that every fraudulent vote steals a legitimately cast ballot, striking at the heart of self-government.

    • Mar31, 2014

      Star ParkerBlack politicians like Congresswoman Barbara Lee overwhelmingly are liberals – and they remain liberals, despite a long and consistent track record of failure. But when real reformers like Paul Ryan come along, they get branded with the liberals' code word: racist.

    • Mar31, 2014

      Bryan FischerAmerica's latest heroine is Robin Bartlett Frazier. She staged her own tea party event last Thursday by tossing an out-of-control federal judge overboard like a trunk of tea by taking a stand for religious liberty. May her tribe increase.

    • Mar28, 2014

      Michelle MalkinRemember when Nancy Pelosi famously promised to "drain the moral swamp" and end the "culture of corruption"? Well, the culture of corruption boomerang has swung back around to smack America's self-appointed political clean-up crew. They're hoping you forget it all by election time. Don't.

    • Mar27, 2014

      Michael BrownThe problem that World Vision faces now is that they lost the trust of many of their constituents. We really need to know where they stand if we are to be able to stand with them – and we do desire to stand together with them in ministering to the poor and the oppressed.

    • Mar27, 2014

      Bryan FischerSure, we'll forgive World Vision for its temporary policy blunder. But this is just the beginning of testing for the humanitarian aid group. They had better make sure they have leaders who are up to the task. And right now, they don't.