Articles of Interest
Civil disobedience has a long and noble history in Western culture, and we will need a primer on it if, as seems likely, the Supreme Court rules against natural marriage in June.Read More »
A woman who was raised by a lesbian mother and her partner after her parents divorced is speaking out against same-sex “marriage” and the affect that it can have on children such as herself. Heather Barwick, now 31, wrote an open letter this past week entitled “Dear Gay Community: Your Kids Are Hurting,” in which she shared her own personal story of growing up without a father.Read More »
Kara Tippetts didn’t choose the day she would die. On Sunday, March 22, the mother of four passed away, after close to three years of battling breast cancer.Read More »
March 23, 2015 LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA—Ted Cruz’s official campaign announcement was slow-rolled over the weekend with leaks and, ultimately, at midnight Monday, a tweet. But on Monday morning, Cruz made his first official opening pitch at a special edition of one of Liberty University’s weekly convocations. “I believe God is not done with America yet,” he said. “I believe in you and the power of millions of courageous conservatives rising up to reignite the promise of America, and that is why today I am announcing that I’m running for president of the United States.”Read More »
A majority in both the Senate and House — 52 senators, 238 House members — have joined to oppose the Obama administration’s move to ban a popular type of ammo used in the top-selling AR-15 rifle and pistol because it pierces police body armor.
A week after the House members, led by Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte, sent a letter of opposition to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley echoed that in his own letter signed by 51 others.Read More »
Washington (CNN)—This week wasn’t supposed to go this way for Hillary Clinton.
Just months out from the expected launch of her likely presidential campaign, the former secretary of State planned to spend her Tuesday speech at the United Nations’ Women’s Empowerment Principles event talking about her “No Ceilings” report on the conditions for women and girls globally, and her own record as an advocate for women’s rights.
But with the controversy surrounding her use of a personal email server and domain during her time at State continuing into its second week, Clinton will follow the speech at the UN with a hastily arranged a press conference where aides say she’ll respond to questions.Read More »
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is pushing back against criticism that a letter co-signed by 46 GOP senators to Iranian leaders is meant to undermine President Obama’s nuclear negotiations.
During an interview on Tuesday, the freshman senator cast the move as a necessary warning that future presidents and Congresses would overturn any negotiation that doesn’t completely dismantle Iran’s capacity to build a nuclear weapon.Read More »
JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming address to a joint meeting of Congress will probably be the most important speech of his career — and one that has already jeopardized relations between Israel and the United States.Read More »
Shouting the jihadist battle cry declared by Islam’s prophet Muhammad himself, “Allahu-akbar” (“Allah is greater”), on Saturday, February 14, 2015, a Muslim gunman opened fire on participants at a Copenhagen, Denmark, conference on freedom of expression, killing 1 and wounding 3 others.Read More »
By Paul Blair
Did you ever wonder why Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were the only three Hebrews that refused to bow down and worship the golden image that Nebuchadnezzar erected in the plains of Shinar? I suspect that a distant relative of Russell Moore was on the scene misquoting Romans 13 to the others.Read More »