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Friday, September 19th
The strategists who base their political advice on public opinion polls have just had a surprise. A new poll reports that the American people are now more likely to trust Republicans to handle...
Friday, September 19th
On the same day the Select Committee on Benghazi began hearings into the lessons of that terrorist attack, the House Republican leadership ignored one of those lessons by introducing and passing...
Friday, September 19th
As a follow up to my September 10th article (Victoria Osteen & John Piper’s “Christian Hedonism”: What’s The Difference?) and my related interview with Brannon Howse on September 11th, I wanted...
Thursday, September 18th
Guest: Justin Peters. Topic: Kirk Cameron goes on Catholic Radio program Busted Halo with Father Dave. Hear a few audio clips from the interview. Topic: Kirk promotes his next movie about keeping...
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Friday, September 19th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

The strategists who base their political advice on public opinion polls have just had a surprise. A new poll reports that the American people are now more likely to trust Republicans to handle immigration and less likely to trust Democratic plans to offer illegals a path to citizenship (a.k.a. amnesty). Many people have believed this for some time. But it is now confirmed in a poll taken by the pro-amnesty Wall Street Journal, so it must be so. The new survey is decisive; 35 percent say the Republican Party would do a better job on immigration while only 27 percent say the Democrats would....

Friday, September 19th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

On the same day the Select Committee on Benghazi began hearings into the lessons of that terrorist attack, the House Republican leadership ignored one of those lessons by introducing and passing legislation to fund so-called “moderate” Islamic rebels in Syria who have terrorist ties.   The fateful decision means that the Republican Party has embraced a Democratic President’s plan to intervene in another civil war in the Middle East that could replicate the Benghazi fiasco, which resulted in four Americans being killed.   On a political level, it takes away one of the best issues the...

Friday, September 19th
Author(s): Michael John Beasley

As a follow up to my September 10th article (Victoria Osteen & John Piper’s “Christian Hedonism”: What’s The Difference?) and my related interview with Brannon Howse on September 11th, I wanted to offer a series of columns addressing the continuing influences of C.S. Lewis’, as promoted through John Piper’s teaching on Christian Hedonism.[1] Originally, this entire discussion was triggered by the following tweet from the Desiring God Ministry on September 4th:       As was discussed on the September 11th Worldview Weekend broadcast, the notion of issuing partial affirmation to Victoria...

Thursday, September 18th

Guest: Justin Peters. Topic: Kirk Cameron goes on Catholic Radio program Busted Halo with Father Dave. Hear a few audio clips from the interview. Topic: Kirk promotes his next movie about keeping Christ in Christmas and says it is about und...erstanding the Biblical foundations for the traditions and celebrations of Christmas including Santa Clause, Christmas trees, the nativity, to all the presents to the feasting. Hear a few audio clips from Dr. John MacArthur explaining that Christmas trees and Santa, and other such trappings of Christmas, have a pagan origin that started around 450 A.D....

Tuesday, September 16th
Author(s): Roger Aronoff

This past weekend, the media were doing their usual swooning over Hillary Clinton, as she returned to Iowa to check that box off in her quest for the Democratic Party nomination for the presidency in 2016. But a story that broke this morning stands as a real test to see how clear that path will be for the former Secretary of State. Clinton has long pointed to the “independent” 2012 Accountability Review Board (ARB) report as the ultimate arbiter of the Benghazi attacks, but newly revealed allegations [1] by a former State Department employee call into question whether the ARB was given the...

Tuesday, September 16th

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Tuesday, September 16th
Author(s): Clint Archer

Under the churchillian title “Blood, Sweat, and Fear” a sanguine little article by J. E. Holoubek made a big splash in the arid annals of The Journal of Medicine (02/1996). It presents seventy-six patients who claimed to have, at least once, sweated blood. The descriptions of these putative stigmatics were channeled into broad categories (disease, exertion, psychogenesis) and filtered further into likely causes. The causes most likely to, um, precipitate the symptoms were acute fear and intense mental contemplation. This exceedingly rare condition, called hematidrosis, is when blood pressure...

Tuesday, September 16th
Author(s): Michael Synder

We could potentially be on the verge of the greatest health crisis that any of us have ever seen.  The number of Ebola cases in Africa has approximately doubled over the past three weeks, and scientific computer models tell us that this Ebola pandemic could ultimately end up killing millions of us - especially if it starts spreading on other continents.  At first, many assumed that this Ebola outbreak would be just like all the others - that it would flare up for a little while and then it would completely fade away.  But that has not happened this time.  Instead, this epidemic has seemed to...

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