Over the past few days, there has been a growing controversy over the health and well-being of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Following the news that Clinton has pneumonia, there has been a renewed concern about how healthy the 68-year-old presidential hopeful is and if a lack of good health should bar her from the Oval Office. more >>
We had been to see the new Dinesh D'Souza documentary, "Hillary's America," when afterward a woman and her husband recognized me with my wife, Kim, on the sidewalk outside of the theater. She bounced over my way and said, "You're just the man I wanted to see" and quickly launched into a half dozen questions about the documentary and other matters of both a religious and political nature.
While engaged in answering her inquiries, she concluded with a question I've heard over and over again through the years. It was really rhetorical. She already knew the answer. She was just expressing her profound disappointment as a parishioner in her own church.
"Tell me," she said, "Why don't pastors take up the social issues from the Bible? Why don't they give us some direction on politics from the pulpit?" more >>
Virginia's highest court has agreed to take up a lawsuit against a school board over its decision to add sexual orientation and gender identity to its antidiscrimination policy.
The Virginia Supreme Court agreed Monday to take a lawsuit against Fairfax County Public Schools by the conservative legal group the Liberty Counsel, which argues that the school board overstepped its authority by adding "sexual orientation," "gender identity," and "gender expression" to their antidiscrimination policy.
In a statement released Monday, Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver described the state supreme court's decision to take up the case as "very good news." more >>
Pastor Robert Jeffress of the First Baptist Church in Dallas has warned that conservative Christians can expect zero tolerance in a Hillary Clinton administration should she be elected president, given her recent remarks suggesting half of Donald Trump's supporters are "deplorable."
"These comments are not only deplorable, but they also reveal the hypocrisy of liberalism," Jeffress said in an interview with Varney & Co. on Fox Business.
"Liberals who cry the loudest for tolerance are usually the most intolerant people when it comes to ideas they disagree [with]," he added. more >>
I'm all for exercising Constitutional Rights, but this new trend is alarming.
Standing honors those who have given their lives for the freedoms that we now enjoy — freedoms that allow these individuals to make millions of dollars and never have to worry about retirement or hard work. Our arrogance, as a nation, is mind-boggling.
"We have forgotten God, and we have vainly imagined, in the deceitfulness of our hearts, that all these blessings were produced by some superior wisdom and virtue of our own" (Abraham Lincoln). more >>
A recently passed law in Massachusetts that would require churches to abide by transgender discrimination rules for public events may have its fate determined via voter referendum.
In July, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed into law Senate Bill 2407, which among other things allows transgender men to use women's restrooms in places of public accommodation and requires employers to use the preferred pronouns of their employees.