When an influential political leader states that, when it comes to abortion, our "Deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed"; when a New York Times columnist tells us we need to remove homosexual practice from our "sin list"; when the Solicitor General tells the Supreme Court that, potentially, religious schools could lose their tax exemption if they refuse to redefine marriage – when statements like this are being made on a regular basis, don't tell me I'm overreacting when I sound the alarm.
Ironically, she claimed to be a truth-based realist in her bio, yet it seems that her personal, anti-Christian biases had robbed her of her ability to think clearly, since it is anything but fear mongering to tell American believers that we had better come to grips with the most aggressive assault on our faith in our nation's history. more >>
Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, along with the conservative group Leadership Institute, have started an online petition calling for the liberation of America's universities and colleges from the influence of "liberal extremists."
Even though the petition is not clear on what specific actions signers are endorsing, it acknowledges that "liberal radicals" have controlled universities in the United States "for more than a generation," and because of that, it has led many of America's inspiring young minds to embrace a more secular and liberal worldview.
"Join Sen. Rand Paul — sign the national petition to save our students!" the petition urges. "Whereas, these institutions of higher learning have become little more than left-wing indoctrination centers dedicated to brainwashing the next generation of America's leaders." more >>
WASHINGTON — While giving a keynote address at the 11th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast Thursday morning, Texas Governor Greg Abbott asserted that "now, more than ever," is the time for Americans to start praying for the protection of religious liberties in the United States.
As religious liberties have come under fire from secularists and LGBT advocates trying to use the judicial system to promote their political agenda and infringe on First Amendment rights, the 57-year-old Abbott, a conservative Roman Catholic who became a paraplegic after a tree fell on his back in 1984, stated that he is one of many proofs that God really does answer prayers.
"Let me just start by making a very simple point. My very being here today is proof that prayers do work," Abbott told those in attendance at the Marriott Marquis hotel. more >>
On Saturday, March 28, 2015, thousands marched in Indianapolis in favor of same-sex marriage rights. On Saturday, April 25, 2015, thousands marched in Washington, D.C. in opposition to same-sex marriage.
Which story did the media cover? Let's put it this way---which rally did you not see covered by the news? The answer is obvious, and it underscores the great need for alternative sources of media.
Norway learned the importance of the alternative media 75 years ago when the Nazis took over that small country for five years. It's been fascinating to learn from my Norwegian wife's older relatives how virtually everyone participated in small or big ways to the resistance against the Nazis. more >>
The Bruce Jenner interview was the number one recently watched interview on TV, with 20 million viewers. Unsettling to interviewer Diane Sawyer of ABC was Jenner's shocking and courageous statement, not that he was transitioning to a woman (or showing Diane his/her dresses), or that he/she, a Kardashian, had only one full-length mirror in the house. What shocked liberal Diane Sawyer was that Jenner believes in the Constitution and is a Republican who takes issue with most of what Obama does.
With one comment, Bruce Jenner went from being a hero of the left to a villain. He had just dramatically announced that he is trans-gendering and is being embraced by the left as a woman. He was so close to being celebrated for his decision, just days away from being given the highest honor the White House gives to women: 72 percent of a man's pay and an unsolicited, awkward shoulder rub from Joe Biden.
With his courageous decision, he even had Bill Clinton thinking about stroking a Clinton Foundation check for his boob job. more >>
A regional body of the United Methodist Church based in Georgia has been accused of bullying a pastor and her church over their support for traditional marriage.
Carole Hulslander, pastor at Still Waters UMC of Atlanta, has accused the UMC North Georgian Conference of removing her from her congregation over her decision to sign a statement calling for the denomination to maintain its views on homosexuality.
According to "The Erick Erickson Show" radio program, since expressing her support for the UMC to maintain a traditional definition of marriage, Hulslander found herself harassed by NGUMC leadership. more >>