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  • Why Ted Cruz Is More Electable Than You Think

    Carl Jackson

    Ted Cruz is the candidate most likely to take our country from where it's arrived under the leadership of President Obama to where it should be - in the hands of "We the People." His authenticity and consistency are just two of the advantages he has over the rest of the field-in-waiting. He says what he means, he means what he says, and Washington knows it.

  • Leftist Sharks Finally Circling Around Sheriff Arpaio

    Rachel Alexander

    When progressives can't beat Republicans fair and square at the ballot box, they resort to dishonest Alinskyite tactics, such as character assassination and abusing the left wing dominated legal system.

  • N.C.'s Marijuana Bill Fight: Please Don't Misuse Bible's Genesis Verse to Support Legalization

    Mark Creech

    Proponents were also angry – very angry at times. Much of that anger was directed at me because I've been at the center of the opposition to proposals for medicinal marijuana in the Tar Heel state since they were first introduced in 2009. When the Committee Chairman called on me to speak, one of the medical marijuana supporters jumped up from his seat and interrupted the proceedings with a bogus claim that I wasn't on the speakers list. The Sergeant-at-Arms had to intervene and insisted the man be seated and quiet.

  • Reid and Weep Democrats

    Jeff Crouere

    After five terms in the United States Senate and two terms in the House of Representatives, staunchly partisan Democrat Senator Harry Reid will finally relinquish his hold on the public trough. He will retire at the end of this term, which means he has 22 months left in office to aggravate Republicans. Nonetheless, the announcement is still a big blow for Democrats, who will be losing their Senate leader.

  • Ted, Monica, and Mickey

    Star Parker

    In 1979, the year before Republicans nominated Ronald Reagan as their presidential candidate, the Rev. Jerry Falwell and conservative activist Paul Weyrich founded the Moral Majority.

  • Psychological Association Delivers 'Snake Oil' Sociology In Latest Brief on Marriage

    Ken Blackwell

    The American Psychological Association and the American Sociological Association submitted friend of the Court briefs in the Windsor case. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled portions of the federal Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional. If the Windsor Court majority relied on those briefs, it was reliant on snake oil, not science.

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  • What the Bible Says About 'Heart-Mouth' Connection in Words

    Joyce Meyer

    Words are wonderful when they are used in a good way. They can encourage, edify and give confidence to the hearer. A right word spoken at the right time can actually be life-changing (Proverbs 15:23). However, they can also keep us from experiencing God's plans for our lives. Proverbs 18:21 (AMP) says, "Death and life are in the power of the tongue…."

  • What Makes a Man a Man?

    paul tripp

    These are ongoing debates whose conclusions will shape the lives of thousands of boys who are in the process of becoming men. The "manhood" conversation is something no serious Christian can avoid.

  • Southern Baptists Seek Racial Reconciliation

    Chelsen Vicari

    The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), the policy entity of the Southern Baptist Convention, is currently hosting its annual Leadership Summit in Nashville, Tennessee. Reportedly, over 500 Southern Baptist pastors and church leaders are gathered to discuss what the gospel means for racial reconciliation.

  • The Church Against Religious Liberty

    Mark D. Tooley

    Hardly anyone ever talks anymore about the Christian Church denomination, even though it is historically Mainline, because it doesn't have many members left and has become culturally marginal.

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