History

What now?

What now?

By John Biver

An excerpt from an American Thinker post by Doug Simpson: The biggest threats we face are here at home, not in some foreign land. It isn’t about nukes in suitcases, suicide bombers, or other…

Read More

Facing Facts about Race

By The Editor

Two of my favorite writers tackle the subject: Young black males are at greater risk from their peers than from the police or white civilians By Victor Davis Hanson Last week President Obama weighed…

Read More
Pagans in the Pulpits and Pews

Pagans in the Pulpits and Pews

By John Biver

From Bill Muehlenberg: Jesus made it quite clear who is a true shepherd: “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. The hired hand is not the…

Read More

“Darwin’s Doubt”

By The Editor

From Jerry Newcombe: Every time I log into a computer and have to enter my password, I’m reminded of how impossible evolution is. One little mistake on the keypad, and I can’t log in….

Read More
Islamism’s Likely Doom

Islamism’s Likely Doom

By John Biver

From Daniel Pipes: As recently as 2012, it appeared that Islamists could overcome their many internal dissimilarities – sectarian (Sunni, Shi’ite), political (monarchical, republican), tactical (political, violent), or attitudes toward modernity (Salafi, Muslim Brotherhood)…

Read More
The Declaration of Independence is Law

The Declaration of Independence is Law

By John Biver

Ronald R. Cherry, M.D. has it right — go ahead and check the U.S. Code if you doubt it. From Family Security Matters: Our American Declaration of Independence is the supreme un-amendable moral law…

Read More