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Perspectives (By Year)

    • Apr. 24

      Bryan FischerSupreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan must recuse themselves from the upcoming decision on homosexual "marriage." The reason is simple: their impartiality on the matter has been hopelessly compromised.

    • Apr. 22

      Bryan FischerIs a refusal to attend a same-sex wedding of a friend or family member an act of hate? No, on the contrary it is an act of love and genuine compassion.

    • Apr. 21

      Thomas SowellUnless a GOP conservative somehow emerges head and shoulders above the rest, the party's presidential nomination threatens to go by default to a mushy moderate -- of the sort beloved by the Republican establishment but not so much by those who vote on Election Day.

    • Apr. 20

      Bryan FischerAnother GOP presidential hopeful has successfully shot himself in the foot on the issue of sexual orientation. Isn't there a candidate who will base his social policy agenda on genetics, science, biology, the best in health research, and on biblical morality?

    • Apr. 17

      Michael BrownI believe Hillary Clinton is now telling the truth regarding her views on same-sex "marriage." I just don't believe she was telling the truth in the past, especially when she expressed her opposition to it. Can anyone say "Shades of Barack Obama," whose views on the subject also "evolved"?

    • Apr. 16

      Star ParkerRepublicans will be tempted to make this campaign about Hillary Clinton's very dubious character. While that would indeed be politically juicy, it would also be unfortunate. This election should be about what kind of America Americans want.

    • Apr. 15

      Billy WatkinsWould I have the faith and the courage to look the ISIS cowards in the eye and say, "I believe in Jesus Christ."

    • Apr. 14

      Knight, Robert (ACRU)In its latest attack on religious liberty, the American Civil Liberties Union wants to force Roman Catholic organizations to provide contraception and abortions to unaccompanied immigrant children pouring over America's southern border.

    • Apr. 13

      Barber, Matt (Liberty Counsel)With each overt instance of anti-Christian bigotry, discrimination and persecution, public sympathy and support for religious liberty mounts. In fact, evidence indicates that the systematic anti-Christian hostility we're seeing in America is souring the public on "gay marriage" altogether.

    • Apr. 10

      Michael BrownWith all due respect, Mr. President, it's above your pay grade to attempt to steal the right of self-determination from a young person. That is a right you do not have.

    • Apr. 09

      Larry ElderBarack Obama is a young man. By the time he leaves office, he will be in his mid-50s. Based on life expectancy, he could live for another 40 years or so. So he will be around to see the full consequences of his disastrous Iran nuclear "framework."

    • Apr. 08

      Michelle MalkinSo, Mr. President, how's it all working out in ridding our VA hospitals of what you called "inexcusable conduct"? About as well as every other "success story" you have signed your name to: abysmally, ineffectually and incompetently.

    • Apr. 06

      Turek, Frank (Christian author)Sex is the new religion in America, and it's a religion of the sword. That's the real reason this controversy has risen in Indiana.

    • Apr. 01

      Knight, Robert (ACRU)An integral component of the global warming alarmists' hypothesis is that people are a cancer on the planet - so the fewer of us who are around, the better. Ergo, they want to make the world safe for more abortions.

    • Mar. 31

      Thomas SowellIt's now nearly 70 years since nuclear bombs were used in war. Long periods of safety in that respect have apparently led many to feel as if the danger is not real. But the dangers are even greater now - and the nuclear bombs more devastating.

    • Mar. 31

      Michael BrownProtesters are demonstrating, the Obama administration is speaking out, the mainstream media is in an uproar, major companies are threatening boycotts, and even the NCAA is concerned that a new bill signed into law by Indiana Governor Mike Pence could negatively impact the "inclusive" culture of college sports.