Attorney General Holder's decision is but the latest in a series of steps intended to intimidate us, to shut off debate, and to keep us out on moral issues
Can any government survive mob rule? That's not just a question for Middle Eastern countries.
Is giving away chicken sandwiches an act of homophobic bigotry?
Multiculturalism is the antithesis of American culture. The idea that all cultures are equal and that they can live happily side by side in one country is false.
If only I had that car... If only I could lose that 20 pounds. Then I'd be happy. Well, no, you wouldn't.
From the Garden of Eden until now, humans have called good "evil" and evil "good."
Can democracy emerge in Egypt once President Mubarak is gone? I have my concerns
When people blindly pursue self-interest and greed, we get chaos. And even a government commission agrees.
Super Bowl ads on television can be hazardous to your spiritual health.
What's going on in Egypt may be the most significant event on the world stage since 9/11.
Looking for resources to help your kids understand and defend a biblical worldview? I've got a great tip for you.
U.S. foreign policy often has unintended consequences. Those consequences now include the persecution of Christians.
Whether facing a vicious dictatorship or merely a hostile culture, defending life takes courage.
As we honor Sanctity of Life month, I want to tell the stories of two real profiles in courage. Men who risked all to save the least among us.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York and the brave, indefatigable supporters of artistic freedom have saved the day.
You'd think the sagging economy would be the hot topic at a recent meeting of economists. But you'd be wrong.
"A just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God. An unjust law is out of harmony with the moral law."
Americans, we are told, are a hopelessly divided people -- politically and culturally. But is it true?
When's the last time you watched or listened to a talk show without hearing someone insult someone else? Funny, I can't remember either.
Bearing a faithful witness in a hostile culture requires what Dietrich Bonhoeffer called "civic courage." It's as true now as it was in his time.
Apple has once again rejected the Manhattan Declaration app from its app store. So why make a big deal over a small app? I'll tell you exactly why
When it comes to health care, the administration has heard the voice of the people. And it couldn't care less.
I said earlier in the week that my new year's resolution is to live every day as my last. And to my last breath, God help me, I'll live to serve.
Finally, a major news outlet reports on the persecution of Iraqi Christians. But I have to wonder if the Administration is reading the headlines.
Looking forward to the New Year, what topic comes to my mind? Dying. And dying daily.