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  • April 06, 2020

    When churches say no to the government

    Michael BrownIt isn't essential for the church to gather in a building on a Sunday morning to be the church. But is the federal government restricting our most fundamental liberties when it places limits on our gatherings?

  • April 01, 2020

    Stop pretending pandemic politics are the new norm

    Shapiro

    Those who have used the response to the COVID-19 pandemic as a rationale for a government-run "new politics" should have their heads examined.

  • March 31, 2020

    The Dems are wrongly taking advantage of coronavirus crisis

    Knight

    Growing the state is the primary focus of leftists, regardless of their particular issues.  People under an all-powerful state can be forced to lie and to betray their consciences. Free people, not so much.

  • March 30, 2020

    Are evangelicals responsible for spread of COVID-19?

    Michael BrownPresident Trump has expressed hope that churches would be full again on Easter. But how does this prove that he is listening to evangelical voices in terms of science-based decisions? How is this different from his talk about getting businesses back open around that time as well? 

  • March 27, 2020

    America needs a formula for reopening

    Shapiro

    Public policy is the craft of weighing risks and rewards, and policymakers do it every day. It's just that this time, the stakes are the highest they have ever been. The markets – and the American people – require a formula from the government to reopen the economy.

  • March 25, 2020

    Democrats blackmail a nation in crisis

    Star ParkerAs the White House and the Senate try to throw a lifeline to our economy, Democratic leaders want to condition it on signing off on their left-wing agenda. It's like telling a patient on life support that he must sign off on gender-neutral restrooms before we agree to connect his ventilator.

  • March 24, 2020

    Red birds of a feather

    Robert KnightJoe Biden and Bernie Sanders both want to drive America toward the socialist cliff, just in different vehicles. Bernie's is a red Ferrari, while Joe's is more like a red bus with "No Malarkey" on the side. Same road, same cliff – different speeds.

  • March 20, 2020

    Infringement of our rights ... or love your neighbor as yourself?

    Michael Brown

    Let's exercise our faith by sharing what we have with others and by praying for God to intervene in the pandemic and to heal the sick and dying -- and by not giving place to our fears.

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