What happens if Roe v. Wade gets overturned? What can we expect? We can expect fury. We can expect feces. We can expect vitriol. We can expect vandalism. We can expect violence.
In recent months, there have been increasingly disturbing reports about the persecution of Christians in China. By 2020, the Communist Party will attempt to monitor its citizens through a massive surveillance system called China Skynet.
Supreme Court nominee Brent Kavanaugh has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman more than 35 years ago, a charge which he "categorically and unequivocally" denies. Also implicated in the charge was Kavanaugh's teen friend at that time, Mark Judge, who also denies the accusation. But what if the charges are true? Do they disqualify Kavanaugh today?
If Bob Woodward's Trump-bashing, mega-bestseller is true, how should conservatives vote in the midterms? If the White House is in chaos, led by an unqualified and out of control president, what course should we take on November 6?
We know why President Trump is so hated. We've heard it time and again. The man is out of control. He's a threat to national security. He has damaged our international standing. He's unstable. He's volatile. But I don't believe for a minute that these are the real reasons the left wants to get rid of President Trump. I say that because many on the left fear Vice President Pence even more, pledging to get rid of him once they get rid of Trump.
If America is to be great, it must be united. As the old (and ever true) adage declares, united we stand, divided we fall.
Serena Williams is one of the greatest athletes of this generation, male or female. What is in dispute is whether a tennis official treated her unfairly because of her sex. Are women sometimes treated unfairly or held to a different standard, be it in sports or the larger society? Without a doubt.
We're all familiar with the words of Jesus when He instructed us to pray, "Your kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven" (Matthew 6:10). But what exactly did He mean?
It's one thing if you're writing anonymously as a covert agent working within North Korea or an embedded spy in an ISIS enclave. In that case, it makes perfect sense to hide your identity. But to write an op-ed for the New York Times as a senior White House official working to "thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations" – that goes entirely beyond the pale.
Based on the response from the left, you would think that the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court virtually guaranteed the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Why, then, are some conservative and pro-life groups opposing his confirmation?
One thing is certain with the presidency of Donald Trump. The good is really good and the bad is really bad. Just consider some of the big news recently. Some of it is wonderful and some of it is terrible. And all of it is related to President Trump.
Make no mistake about it. The news from California is very big and very positive. As reported in the LA Times, "California legislator shelves bill to ban paid 'gay conversion therapy' for adults."
I'm writing this appeal to all those involved on the front lines of the mainstream media with the hope that some of you will read these words and consider my appeal. To be clear: 1) I believe there is bias on the right as well as on the left
As California's AB 2943 is about to become law, some senators are announcing their real sentiments loudly and clearly: Christians do not have the right to practice their faith.
Last Tuesday marked one of the most difficult days in the presidency of Donald Trump. Paul Manafort was convicted. Michael Cohen pled guilty. Worse still, Cohen claimed that Trump was complicit with him in committing federal crimes.
Dear Chelsea, I'm not writing to berate you or give you a religious lecture. I'm appealing to you as the loving and devoted mother of your two precious children, Charlotte and Aidan.
In response to our Bible-based video "Can You Be Gay and Christian?" someone posted, "My dude you can't say this stuff in 2018 my fellow generation is coming to burn you at the stake and I won't join in but you bet imma just sit back and watch." That's right. It's 2018. Bigoted views like this can no longer be tolerated. It's time to burn the antiquated heretics at the stake.
I'm neither a lawyer nor a Washington insider, so I'll leave the legal wrangling and political theorizing to others. For the moment, though, we really have no idea what the final outcome of the Mueller investigation will be when it comes to the Trump presidency.
Due to the sensitive nature of this article, it's important that I make some preliminary statements. There will be enough controversy if my words are rightly understood, let alone misunderstood.
A man who wants to legalize incest is running for public office and is not ashamed. This should not surprise us in the least. We have been heading in this direction for decades now. Some have called for sympathy and understanding for pedophiles. After all, we are reminded, they did not choose their feelings, and they are people like everyone else.
As California appears poised to pass a draconian bill that directly attacks your religious freedoms, it's time for you to draw a line in the sand. If the bill passes, you must choose to obey God rather than man. It's time for civil disobedience.
I'm aware, of course, that there are mega-churches famous for failing to preach against sin. And I'm aware that far too many leaders avoid addressing cultural issues like the plague. And to the extent that these ministries see "success," this would indicate that there is always a large audience for a non-confrontational, baby food gospel. But there are plenty of Christians who have no interest in pablum.
Trump's loyal supporters are doggedly loyal. The question is: Are his evangelical supporters just as loyal? The deeper question is: Should they be? To my surprise, I've heard evangelical leaders defend Trump's harsh tweets, saying things like, "Well, he's the president, not a Christian leader."
Why is it that organizations like the SPLC can designate conservative Christians as hate groups while ignoring radical leftists like Antifa? Why is that Facebook and Google and YouTube and Twitter appear to punish conservatives disproportionately for alleged violations of community guidelines? The answer is as disturbing as it is simple.
How do you describe something that is beyond ridiculous, beyond absurd? How do you paint a picture of something that is so upside down that it defies logic and reason? Let me give it my best shot. Not a word here is exaggerated or made-up.