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  • February 15, 2019

    Are Christian leaders more likely to commit sexual sin?

    Michael BrownThere are plenty of God-fearing, God-loving, men and women of integrity who practice what they preach when it comes to sexual morality. But the question remains: Why do so many fall?

  • February 14, 2019

    If you really want to be 'woke'

    Addison

    You cannot call yourself "woke" and "for your people" if you are silent on the issue of abortion. You are a liar and a con.

  • February 13, 2019

    The Republican pouncing problem

    Ben ShapiroIt's a simple fact of politics that when people screw up, their political opponents react with alacrity. The problem is that whenever Democrats screw up, the media decides it's not a story. But when Republicans pounce on it? Now that's a story.

  • February 12, 2019

    Hypocrisy is a great teacher

    Robert KnightTo quote Yogi Berra: "You can observe a lot by watching." That's my hope for young people who have been seduced by the Democrats' siren song of socialism and their cynical charges of "racism" to smear anyone who disagrees with them.

  • February 07, 2019

    If Trump fails, we all lose

    Wildmon

    The political progressives in this country are secular humanists – and they have taken over one of the two major political parties in America. That's why I say it's better to have an "old school patriot" in the White House than someone who considers evangelicals and their friends to be "deplorables."

  • February 06, 2019

    Evangelicals, Trump, abortion, and the State of the Union

    Michael BrownYou could sum up in one word why many evangelicals voted for Donald Trump: abortion. It is therefore highly significant that it was Trump who made what might well be the strongest pro-life statement ever in a State of the Union address.

  • February 05, 2019

    A growing record of insanity

    Robert KnightCultural Marxists have taken over one of America's major parties, as evidenced by Democrats' embrace of culturally corrosive attacks. As GOP Representative Liz Cheney puts it: "They really have become the party of Karl Marx."

  • January 30, 2019

    The Democrats' radicalism problem

    Ben ShapiroDemocrats want to push radical leftist policies – like those being promoted by Kamala Harris – but they don't want the blowback such policies entail. They want to pretend that radical leftism is popular even as they implicitly acknowledge the fact that it's not all that popular.

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