July 25, 2013

Mock ‘marriage’ and the death of freedom

By: Matt Barber

While poorly decided U.S. Supreme Court cases are a dime a dozen, prior to Wednesday, two stood alone as the most wretched and constitutionally groundless in American History. First was the 1857 Dred Scott decision. Among other things, …

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 25 Jul 2013

‘GAY’ MARRIAGE AND CONTRACEPTION

By: Guest Authors

WASHINGTON, DC – In response to the Supreme Court’s recent decision striking down a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act, Judie Brown, president of American Life League, the oldest Catholic pro-life group in the nation, released a statement …

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 25 Jul 2013

Fisher v. University of Texas: The Court Misses an Opportunity

By: Dr. John A. Sparks

The Supreme Court, in a case heard by eight Justices (Justice Kagan recused herself), has issued its decision involving the admissions policies of the University of Texas. In a 7-1 decision, the court sent the case back to the Fifth …

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 25 Jul 2013

IRS Scandal may drive tax reform

By: Guest Authors

By: Dan Weber

BOHEMIA, NY, June 28 – The cloud hovering over the IRS as the result of its targeting scandal may have a silver lining-a new and urgent focus on the need for tax reform, according to Dan Weber, president …

Filed under: Corruption,Taxes & Taxation - 25 Jul 2013

Obama: You owe us!

By: Dr. Phil Taverna

Obama owes the Blacks good jobs and abortions.
Obama owes the illegal immigrants dignity and welfare, jobs, driver’s licenses etc..
Obama owes the Native Indians Casinos, pollution and a reservation.
Obama owes the illegal immigrants asylum or amnesty.
Obama owes the environment I …

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Jul 2013

Can Learning the Truth Unlearn the Lie?

By: Dr. Robert R. Owens

I have witnessed a teacher of Political Science in America require a class to watch Fahrenheit 911 by Michael Moore then write an essay outlining how many ways President Bush lied to trick America into invading Iraq. If you don’t …

Where Serena Williams is Right about Rape

By: Selwyn Duke

If you want to know why lies seem increasingly common, it’s because we persecute people for honesty.

A good example is the recent statements tennis star Serena Williams made about the Steubenville rape case. Commenting on the matter in a Rolling …

July 20, 2013

Democrats Would Be Kings

By: Joe Boyd

When you aspire to rule over others you will ultimately lose your honor and your soul.

Why do people get into the business of government? The common response is “to make a difference”. But what that really means is you want …

Liberals embrace fatherless (and motherless) families

By: Dr. Paul Kengor

With the Supreme Court giving a major boost to gay marriage, liberals face fewer impediments to their relentless push for fatherless (and motherless) families.

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 20 Jul 2013

Jared Marcum

By: Mark Hyman

Some schools assign students to read classic novels such as George Orwell’s “1984.”

At West Virginia’s Logan Middle School, officials appear to rely on 1984 as the way to run a school. They’ve adopted Newspeak in which only government-approved thought …

Wake up, Gulliver: The Lilliputians are almost done

By: Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson

Jonathan Swift’s classic novel Gulliver’s Travels—and in particular the novel’s first section in which the tiny Lilliputians immobilize Gulliver by binding him with thousands of tiny, threadlike ropes—serves as a literary metaphor for today’s American economy. While our friends on …

Filed under: American Economy,Politics In General - 20 Jul 2013

Governor Christie, Are There Skeletons?

By: William P. Frasca

Who is Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey? Is he a sincere man with honest refreshing qualities and characteristics geared to telling it like it is or is he just a buffoon, a clown, an entertainer using his rough no …

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 20 Jul 2013

The Ten Commandments: Why and Why Not?

By: Patti Bankson

Our domestic “war” continues. It’s in our news, daily… violence, abuse, mass killing of innocents. We keep asking “Why?” Well, whether you believe our country’s founded on Judeo-Christian principles, or not, examine with me the wisdom, or lack thereof, of …

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 20 Jul 2013

There’s No Such Thing as a Slight Sense of Entitlement

By: Michael R. Shannon

We’ve all seen photos of Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. Particularly last year when he was being mentioned as a possible vice presidential pick on the Romney ticket. He would be beaming, with a large, toothy smile, looking well groomed and …

Filed under: Corruption - 20 Jul 2013

Being ‘left behind’ doesn’t strictly mean – you’ve missed the rapture

By: Rev. Bresciani

No sooner had renowned teacher John MacArthur announced his October ‘Strange Fire” conference when Dr. Michael Brown (askdrbrown.org/) addressed the premise and motive for the conference in Charisma News.

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 20 Jul 2013
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