These two brothers, Dallas and Brad Woodhouse, are opposing politicians. On this day, they were having a live debate on national television when something hilarious happened.
The station got a special call during the debate …it was their MOTHER! Immediately they were embarrassed because they couldn't believe she had actually called into the show. But, she actually inspired them to get together with the family more, and they even stopped fighting to listen to her speak. What she has to say about the house being divided is hilarious. Along with telling them what they had been doing wrong, she also speaks about politics.
We have all had funny encounters with our parents before, but these two got put on the spot on national TV. SHARE this video and tell us a funny story with your family in the comments below! more >>
An Arkansas town's controversial transgender ordinance that Michelle Duggar of "19 Kids and Counting" had campaigned against has been repealed.
Last week, voters in the town of Fayetteville repealed Ordinance 119, a measure that expanded various legal protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity, which many argued would've allowed men who identify as female to use women's public bathrooms.
"Voters turned out in record numbers for a special election, according to the election commission," noted an entry on nwahomepage.com. "The final numbers revealed 7,523 (52 percent) voted for the repeal, while 7,040 (48 percent) against, passing the issue by less than 500 votes. Around 29 percent of Fayetteville's registered voters cast ballots in this special election." more >>
Despite pleas from former GOP 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney and many other high profile personalities to embattled Sony Pictures to release its controversial movie "The Interview" in the face of threats from hackers Wednesday, the company caved anyway hours after U.S. investigators determined that North Korea was behind their recent cyber attack.
A U.S. official, who's not authorized to comment publicly, told USA Today that a formal announcement from the U.S. government on the attack could come as early as Thursday. A second official explained that investigators believe that while the attacks originated outside North Korea, they believe the actions of the hackers were sanctioned by officials from that country.
FBI Director James Comey explained last week that the attack was very "complicated" and the government wanted to be sure "before we make an attribution that we have high confidence in it." more >>
Many argue one's faith should be separate from the public square; Christians, in particular, should not be involved in politics, inaccurately arguing it's unconstitutional.
Yet, faith, family, and freedom are—the Axis Mundi of life—that which is the center of everything.
Everyone believes in something or someone, even if their faith is in themselves. What differentiates between an opinion and justified belief, however, depends in what or whom such faith rests. more >>
Why do I take the stands that I take? What motivates me to swim against the tide of cultural decline?
On Wednesday, November 12, 2014, a concerned mother from Massachusetts called my radio show. Her son, a freshman in high school, came home from school and informed her that all the students had been required to attend an assembly, one that had not been announced in advance.
The assembly was sponsored by the Gay Straight Alliance and it had one goal only, namely, promoting homosexuality as perfectly normal and acceptable, even for Christians and people of faith. The mother, who always taught her son to be kind to others and not to bully, was shocked at the news and asked me what to do. more >>
Christmas celebrates a miracle.
It's not just "Jesus' birthday." And it's not just that Mary gave birth to the baby Jesus when she was still a virgin (although Christians believe that she was, and that the birth was miraculous).
The greater miracle is known to theologians as "the incarnation"— that in the conception and birth of Jesus, God himself became a flesh-and-blood human being. more >>