Guest Commentary (2016)

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  • December 20, 2016

    Ignorance isn't bliss – it's dangerous

    James LambertFull legalization of recreational marijuana has for several years negatively impacted the state of Colorado, where it was legalized in 2012. Nevertheless, almost eight million voters in California either didn't care – or chose not to investigate the damage to Colorado – when in November they approved Proposition 64 with 57 percent of the 14 million votes that were cast.

  • December 16, 2016

    Donald Trump and the canary in the LGBT coal mine


    As Donald Trump begins to staff his administration, his appointees should understand how deeply the ideologically-driven LGBTs have burrowed into permanent jobs in the permanent bureaucracy and how dangerous they are.

  • November 03, 2016

    Church leaders should wisely stand on the Word


    Cowardly leadership often isn't leadership at all. Often it is simply saving face – and accomplishing nothing.

  • October 31, 2016

    To Christians (and others) who can't vote for Trump or Clinton

    Turek, Frank (Christian author)America's future isn't so much tied up in one person, but in the platform that an administration of thousands will implement. The Republican and Democratic platforms are virtually opposites of one another and will take this country in radically different directions.

  • October 14, 2016

    On the lewdness of Donald Trump

    Our culture perpetuates 'The Lie' when it allows people like Hillary Clinton and liberal media moguls to point their fingers and pretend they didn't create and celebrate the culture in which Donald Trump merely partakes.

  • September 28, 2016

    New TV programs to watch (or avoid) this fall


    Parents are frequently looking for advice on what TV shows they can watch with their families. Here are a few new fall broadcast TV shows the Parents Television Council recommends – and a few to avoid.

  • September 15, 2016

    The first debate rides on history

    Dunn, Charles (Regent Univ.)If history is the best predictor of the future, then the first presidential debate on September 26 will determine who moves into the Oval Office.

  • June 02, 2016

    Christianity cannot be Trumped

    J.M. Phelps ( need to pray that the evangelical leaders set to meet with Donald Trump this month are compelled to ensure he would fight for the biblical principles America was founded upon.

  • May 26, 2016

    Is America bored with protecting its girls and women?


    We're being told with a straight face that the real issue with North Carolina, Target, and Obama's "transgender" edict is the autonomy of those who are sexually confused. No – the issue is preventable sexual crimes against the vulnerable and innocent.

  • April 22, 2016

    At harm's length with refugee resettlement

    J.M. Phelps ('s the more compassionate solution: flooding the U.S. with a multitude of government-dependent refugees – or caring for an increased number of them in their own part of the world?

  • March 30, 2016

    Six reasons North Carolina got it right

    Turek, Frank (Christian author)Good public policy doesn't risk the physical safety of women and children so an extreme few have a preference for a different bathroom.

  • March 17, 2016

    Evangelicals: MIA on Supreme Court

    John StewartBarack Obama gives lip service to the idea of "diversity" when it suits his agenda, but apparently limits diversity to those characteristics that advance his agenda. Unfortunately, the liberal notion of diversity fails to even consider people who "believe like America."




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