When churches say no to the government
It isn't essential for the church to gather in a building on a Sunday morning to be the church. But is the federal government restricting our most fundamental liberties when it places limits on our gatherings?
A presidential candidate who is considered by the left-wing media to be a “moderate” among his Democratic rivals has staked out a position on illegal drugs: no jail time for possessing any of them.
One of the highest profile voices of climate realism in the world today says immigration, healthcare, and taxes are not the only issues on the minds of some voters.
As Democrats’ impeachment hopes to get 67 votes to convict and oust President Donald Trump from office continue to fade, Republicans are anticipating a bipartisan acquittal in his Senate impeachment trial … with victory appearing imminent as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) continues to stall.
After enjoying gains in the 2018 midterms, Democrats will pay dearly in 2020 for their impeachment push, predicts a longtime tea party activist.
Voters will have a lot on their minds when they go to the polls next year, and one resident scholar thinks 2020 will be a referendum on healthcare policy.
A conservative activist believes there is a supernatural explanation for why President Trump continues to thwart his enemies' efforts to destroy his presidency.
Israel appears to be deadlocked in repeated elections and accusations of corruption, and an upcoming primary election could force a new direction.
Both President Donald Trump and evangelist Franklin Graham are taking aim at Christianity Today after the editor-in-chief of the publication posted a blistering attack against Trump and his supporters and endorsed the Democrats' vote to impeach him.
House Democrats voted to impeach President Donald Trump Wednesday night, but his approval rating continues to improve while a recent poll shows the majority of Americans oppose his impeachment.
Is young, white evangelical support slipping for President Donald Trump?
Nobody who is paying attention will be surprised President Donald Trump is speaking out about his upcoming debates with a Democratic opponent.
The Senate majority leader has made it clear that the Senate will not convict President Donald Trump when it takes up the articles of impeachment early next year. But what is not clear is how long the process will take.
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