To Trump or not to Trump | Decision 2016, a Christian’s quandary

To Trump or not to Trump? That is the question! It is also the most hotly debated social media topic among conservatives – particularly, CHRISTIAN conservatives – right now. The Trump Tapes In the wake of the perfectly-timed release of the Trump tape from 11 years ago, on which he engaged in lewd and foul rhetoric and […]

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Remember Franklin’s 13 Virtues | Make America Great Again

Donald Trump, the petulant presumed Republican candidate and the lesser of two evils, is campaigning on the slogan, “Make America Great Again.” That’s great. What is sad, however, is Trump’s idea of what made America great in the first place. I will tell you this much: It was not his brand of bombastic narcissism. It […]

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Brexit, Baby! Give me liberty or give me death!

“Love your neighbor, but put up a fence.” ~Russian proverb With the globalists stunned by the will of the British people to take control of their own lives again, there will be doomsday reports of a worldwide crash. Everything is falling apart. The American news agencies ABC, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, et al (aka, the media […]

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Decision 2012: Jesus and American politics

Let’s talk about Jesus and American politics. What would Jesus do? Would Jesus vote for Mitt Romney or Barack Obama for president? Would he vote at all? I am a Christian and a political conservative. Depending on your world view and approach to hermeneutics, you will either say those two go hand-in-hand…or they don’t. But […]

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MSNBC and Keith Olbermann: A Clear Case of Corporate Hypocrisy

MSNBC fired Keith Olbermann for making financial contributions to democratic political candidates. They said that these gifts violated their company policy regarding the impartiality of their news people. Here is a summary of MSNBC’s stated policy on such matters, as reported by Philly.com: According to a 2007 summary on MSNBC.com, parent company NBC warns each […]

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