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  • July 02, 2019

    How socialism violates all Ten Commandments

    Robert KnightWith a couple dozen Democratic presidential hopefuls vying to see who's pinker, perhaps it's time to contrast socialism with something more helpful and permanent: The Ten Commandments.

  • July 01, 2019

    Why this new California resolution is so dangerous

    Michael BrownWho gave the government the right to tell religious leaders that they cannot help people with unwanted same-sex attractions pursue change? If ever there was an overstepping of the separation of Church and State, this would be it.

  • June 26, 2019

    Freedom from consequences isn't freedom

    Shapiro

    Attention all Bernie supporters: Canceling student debt may mean a more carefree life for those of you who voluntarily took on debt – but it means a more burdensome life for those who have paid off their debts, who didn't go to college, or who haven't yet been born.

  • June 24, 2019

    Draining the rainbow swamp

    Linda Harvey (Mission: America)The rainbow is God's symbol. He never intended it to be a jarring logo for proud sin, a signpost for child corruption, or the banner for targeting and harassing faithful Christians. When you see it in a "pride" setting, you're witnessing a flagrant trademark violation.

  • June 20, 2019

    Winnable war: Supremes uphold cross

    Bryan FischerThe Bladensburg Peace Cross is perfectly constitutional without any question. Let's be grateful to the God of the Bible that the Supreme Court sees it the same way.

  • June 19, 2019

    President Trump is delivering

    Star ParkerIf we examine the impact of the Trump presidency using three criteria - the Constitution, Christianity, and Capitalism – we will discover that on all three fronts, Donald Trump is making America great again.

  • June 18, 2019

    Paving the road to Hell with weasel words

    Robert KnightThe idea behind the onslaught of weasel verbiage is to create an unstoppable "free-stuff army" (free abortions, free health care, free college tuition, free income, etc.) to overwhelm productive citizens, create one-party states and eventually a one-party nation.

  • 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.

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