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  • June 13, 2019

    Pride really is nothing to boast about

    Wildmon

    The rise of the LGBTQ movement has turned the tables in American culture. Say anything even mildly critical of LGBTQs and it can cost you your livelihood. But while it's powerful, the LGBTQ movement is also the most sensitive social movement in the country.

  • June 12, 2019

    Biden joining Dems in left field

    Betsy McCaugheyJoe Biden is changing fast. He's dumping long-held positions and kowtowing to radicals nipping at his heels. He's already careened left on abortion and climate and is likely to go for open borders, too. Does the man actually have principles?

  • June 11, 2019

    Are there really verses in the Bible that support abortion?

    Michael BrownMany of us know the biblical case against abortion. But are there other verses that bring a different perspective on abortion?

  • June 07, 2019

    The truth about transvestite weightlifters

    Bryan FischerIt's odd, isn't it? After all the effort to get performance enhancing drugs out of sports like baseball (think Mark Maguire) and cycling (Lance Armstrong), we now lionize the males who use drugs to squash female competition.

  • June 05, 2019

    In praise of Clarence Thomas

    Star ParkerWhen Justice Thomas rightly observed that abortion based on race, sex, or disability amounts to giving constitutional protection to the eugenics movement, liberals cried "foul" – because he struck the highly sensitive note that liberals want to stand in God's place.

  • June 04, 2019

    Trump making a huge mistake by leading LGBT parade

    Bryan FischerEvangelicals have enthusiastically embraced this president for three reasons: his embrace of religious liberty, his defense of the sanctity of human life, and his appointment of federal judges who apply the Constitution instead of rewriting it. But enthusiastically embracing the homosexual agenda – which he just did – is simply a bad move.

  • May 31, 2019

    Rejecting the Marxist version of the Constitution

    Robert KnightStrong families produce strong, independent people. As families weaken, so does the church, where people learn a different Gospel from that of Karl Marx. By wrecking families, you can wreck churches – a twofer for the left.

  • May 30, 2019

    What we can learn from the European Union

    Shapiro

    The burgeoning conflict within the EU should provide the United States with an object lesson: When you maximize the power of the federal government at the expense of the states, you maximize the possibility of polarization. 

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