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Wednesday, September 18th
Reporting For howsetohouse.com : Libby Grace Howse - Lake of the Ozarks - What Capitalism Has Accomplished Click here to watch the 3 minute report:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpADMs_t_so&...
Friday, September 13th
WVW-TV Presents: Hamas in America: The Lie There Was Once A Palestinian Statehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqNTB83RcYU Your tax deductible support at www.wvwfoundation.com helps make free programs...
Wednesday, September 11th
Just Released: Howse to House TV Inside Little House on the Prairie House, (Show #3, Part B). See inside the home of Laura Ingalls Wilder where she wrote 4 of the 8 Little House Books. Howse to House...
Monday, September 9th
Siege Trailer Just Released: The 6 Hour DocuMovie Every American MUST See Before the 2020 Elections Click here to watch now: https://youtu.be/PRDnQ1OBrIs or go to www.siegethemovie.com 
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Monday, August 8th
Author(s): David Noebel

The Starbuck's Socialists Parlour By David A. Noebel "I used to consider ... liberals who praise Fidel Castro to be the most despicable people imaginable.  That's probably because I have to deal with these people on a regular basis.  I call them Starbuck's Socialists.  You know the type.  They spend about ten dollars a day to have other people make their coffee while they read the $20 deluxe edition of The Communist Manifesto at Barnes and Noble.... Most of them are college professors."  Mike S. Adams, Welcome to the Ivory Tower of Babel (2004), p. 134.  Imagine there's no Heaven(Thanks to...

Saturday, August 6th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin "God: The Master Builder" "Bush Remarks On 'Intelligent Design' Theory Fuel Debate," read a front-page headline on Wednesday's Washington Post.  President George W. Bush's comment – "You're asking me whether or not people ought to be exposed to different ideas, and the answer is yes" – is treated by the Post "as a singular event, an outlandish aside worthy of front-page scrutiny and implied criticism of his simple Christian views," observes George Neumayr, executive editor of The American Spectator.  Note that the president did not...

Thursday, August 4th
Author(s): Lowell Scott

America's Church:  Affecting or Infected? By Lowell Scott                                                                        “All a man’s ways seem innocent to him, but motives are weighed by the Lord.” Proverbs 16:2 I really dislike going to the dentist’s office.  Nothing personal, I have a really kind, efficient and professional dentist with a great staff, I just dread going there.   Maybe that is how non-believers feel about going to church, just not their idea of a good time. What’s a church to do?  They are lost out there in the world and we have what they need. We could go out there...

Wednesday, August 3rd
Author(s): Ray Comfort

 You may be aware that Hollywood has produced a blockbuster movie centered on the things of God. You may also know that it was directed and produced by a Roman Catholic. While the film was based on Scripture, it contained a number of scenes that cannot be corroborated by the Bible. The movie I am referring to is the ever-popular Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments, starring Charlton Heston. Mr. DeMille was a Roman Catholic, and he took artistic license by portraying Moses as having a romance while he was in Egypt, and actually disguising himself as a Hebrew slave to tread out bricks. Yet...

Monday, August 1st
Author(s): Steve Crampton

Legal Ethics and Other Oxymorons Stephen Crampton, Esq.             True law, wrote Sir William Blackstone, is fixed, uniform and universal.  That is, it is not dependent on time, the person to whom it is being applied, nor the place in which it is being applied.  It applies at all times, to all persons, and in all places.  Today, what passes for law is none of those.  It ebbs and flows depending on who is involved, where it is raised, and who sits on the Supreme Court.  Who sits on the Court in turn depends in large measure on which political party holds the White House when a vacancy occurs...

Monday, August 1st
Author(s): Jason Carlson

Warning: Christianity and Yoga Do Not Mix!by Jason Carlson and Ron Carlson "Yoga purists are bent out of shape".  This was the headline of a recent article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune newspaper.[i]  The article explained that traditional Yoga "experts contend that Hindu religious elements are being profaned by fad versions of the ancient practice." So, what are these "fad versions" of yoga that are upsetting the Hindu yogis?  The article cites as an example the "millions of Americans… practicing yoga to improve flexibility, strengthen muscles and relieve stress."  These 16.5 million...

Monday, August 1st
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Video GamesThe Good, The Bad, and the Dangerousby Kerby Anderson              The recent controversy over the popular video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" is just another reminder of the deception of ratings and the need for parental direction and discernment. The game in question had pornographic content inserted into a game that was previously given a "Mature" rating. The Entertainment Software Ratings Board now requires that it be labeled "Adults Only."             "Grand Theft Auto" has already been a lightning rod for controversy because it rewards players for committing crimes and...

Friday, July 29th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin Will Things Really 'Pan' Out in the End? In the refrain to his poem, "The Ballad of East and West", Rudyard Kipling wrote, "Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet."  Kipling (1865-1936) meant that the culture of the West (Europe and the Americas) would always be very different from that of the East (Asia).  The worldview of the East is that of Pantheism, while that of the West has historically been Monotheistic, a result of our Judeo-Christian heritage.  These worldviews are very different and are mutually...

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