Sunday was one of the great turning points in the war on terror. But not in a way you might think.
How do we Christians make the case for a biblical approach to key issues? Here’s a hint: Don’t cite Scripture.
For months people have focused on wedding details of Prince William and Kate. But maybe we’re focusing on the wrong things.
If declining fertility rates and aging populations threaten economic development, then why is the U.S. pushing a pro-abortion agenda?
Would educational choice benefit school children and us? The answer is as obvious as you think.
If courts permit so-called same-sex marriage, what’s to stop the legalization of polygamy?
I want to thank Yale University for proving the sexual revolution was a disaster.
What I’m about to say about the budget and the President may shock you. But I have history on my side.
Is there still such a thing as freedom of speech in America? Sometimes I wonder.
Want to clear the room at a party? Just say something like, “There is such a thing as right and wrong, and everybody knows it.”
Starting in April, Britain’s Office for National Statistics will begin asking subjects the following questions: How happy did you feel yesterday?
More and more banks are concluding that the nation's economic crisis is at its heart a moral and ethical crisis. Where have I heard that before?
Here's a trivia question for you: Which major American sport was invented as an evangelistic tool?
More than ever it seems, pro-abortion forces are determined to silence the truth.
What does the growth of Christianity in China mean for that nation's Communist government?
In the name of tolerance, gay-rights groups have convinced Apple to ban another Christian iPhone app.
America is not the solution to all the world's problems, but that doesn't excuse us from exercising our power and authority in a just cause.
The world is changing in ways that are truly astounding, especially in the Middle East.
Of all the questions being asked in the wake of the Japanese tsunami, one was entirely predictable. But it's the wrong one to ask.
Do people choose to be gay, or are they born that way? Here's a tip: Don't turn to Lady Gaga for an answer.
What will happen to free speech should so called gay marriage become the law of the land? The Supreme Court may have given us a clue.
At the end of the day, people gotta eat. And when they can't afford to eat, things happen.
Is the battle over so-called gay "marriage" over? Well, one side wants the debate to be over, that's for sure.
What part of "cut government spending" don't the politicians get?