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  • February 07, 2020

    How can you follow Jesus and support Donald Trump?

    Idleman

    God doesn't judge a nation based on the character of one man; He judges it based on the spiritual health of her people. Never forget that.

  • February 05, 2020

    A friendly word to the Never Trumpers

    Michael BrownPresident Trump's State of the Union message, coupled with the Democratic response, reminds me of why I voted for Trump in 2016. And why I plan to vote for him again in 2020.

  • February 04, 2020

    The implications of the Democrats' disastrous start in Iowa

    Michael BrownAs pointed out by author and correspondent Damon Linker, if the Democrats can't run a simple caucus, how are they going to run an ever-expanding government?

  • January 31, 2020

    A socialist for president?

    Newcombe

    How is it that a communist, for all practical purposes, is winning in the Iowa caucuses at present? If there is anything that history shows repeatedly, it is that socialism, including its more violent form, communism, is an utter failure by every criterion imaginable.

  • January 29, 2020

    Some Messianic Jewish reflections on Trump's Mideast peace plan

    Michael BrownLasting, true peace can only come to the Middle East through Jesus the Messiah. If there can be temporary respites that help all the inhabitants of the region, so be it – but sadly, without massive pressure from the Palestinian people as a whole, joined by other Muslim nations, I don't see it happening.

  • January 28, 2020

    Dems' un-American agenda appeases LGBTQ community

    Robert KnightThe LGBTQ movement rests on the fiction that DNA, brain structure, and physiology are irrelevant. Only feelings count, they argue. The left, which lectures us constantly about bowing to the gods of science, has an enormous blind spot when it comes to sexuality.

  • January 27, 2020

    The fine (and often blurry) line between religion & politics

    Michael BrownOf course, it is absolutely true that the gospel must come first. At the same time, however, we must realize that, in many cases, the gospel and politics do intersect.

  • January 24, 2020

    How the Electoral College is supposed to work

    Bryan FischerAmerica's Founders knew if every presidential election was decided simply by the popular vote, the larger states such as California and New York would determine the outcome of every election until the end of time -- and the smaller states would get hosed.

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