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Sunday, November 18th
Sunday night November 18, 2018 @ 8pm CT will be the WORLD PREMIERE of Sabotage. View 1 hour of this 6 hour docuMovie that is the seminal work on how Islamists & Marxists are destroying America...
Wednesday, November 7th
                              WVW-TV Presents: Woke Church, Redistribution Church, John Perkins, & The Bridgers & "Useful Idiots" Praising & Promoting Him  Click here to watch now: http...
Sunday, November 4th
World events are moving at a speed like I have never seen. To keep up with these trends and events and to report them to you through the lens of a Biblical worldview has required working 17 hours per...
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Wednesday, December 5th
Author(s): Paul Kengor

V&V Q&A with Paul Kengor on "The Judge" (Part I)With Dr. Paul Kengor Editor's Note: "We never armed Saddam," explains former Reagan top official, William P. Clark. "And to my knowledge, we certainly did not give him anything like WMD technology, or assist him in developing WMD." The "V&V Q&A" is an e-publication and a regular feature from the Center for Vision & Values at Grove CityCollege. In this latest edition, the Center interviews its own executive director, Dr. Paul Kengor, on his new book, "The Judge: William P. Clark, Ronald Reagan's Top Hand" (Ignatius Press, 2007...

Wednesday, December 5th
Author(s): Steve Camp

Confronting it biblically, seriously, and leave the silly attempts of sarcasm behind There has been a trend lately within certain blogs of the Christian blogging community to treat doctrinal error with a kind of cavalier attitude manifesting itself in humor and sarcasm against the very ones who are promoting the error.  This should not be happening beloved.  This reveals a heart that is calloused against another and their eternal plight.  I'm not talking about giving unvarnished candor; I am for that and try to present that on this blog.  AND, I am not saying that we need to reduce...

Tuesday, December 4th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

Atheism Back in Court Again by Phyllis Schlafly, December 5, 2007 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on December 4 will again hear a challenge by Michael Newdow to the Pledge of Allegiance and its phrase "under God." Newdow won his prior lawsuit against the Pledge until the Supreme Court, perhaps to avoid public outrage in the 2004 presidential election year, tossed out his case on a procedural technicality.Newdow's first case caused a national uproar when he initially prevailed, but Congress failed to seize the day by withdrawing jurisdiction from the courts over this issue....

Monday, December 3rd
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Call to ActionAccording to Rev. Ted Pike, who is fighting hate crimes legislation: "The Conference-approved version of the National Defense Authorization Bill, HR 1585, with hate bill attached, could be passed by the US House and Senate when Congress reconvenes on Monday. There is an increasing chance the President, desperate for military funding, may approve these two incongruous bills."  Please click on the link at the end of this page to email President Bush today to hold true to his promise to veto the hate bill.The National Defense Authorization Act, HR 1585, to which is attached Senator...

Monday, December 3rd
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Cloned Apesby Kerby Anderson            The announcement last month that scientists have successfully cloned adult primates was met with excitement and concern. For some this was an important step in the possibility of eventually being able to clone a human being. They greeted the news with enthusiasm.            For those of us who feel that cloning represents another step towards the brave new world, this news was not so exciting. Cloned monkey embryos may signal a breakthrough that allows scientists to develop so-called therapeutic cloning on human beings. The term therapeutic cloning is a...

Monday, December 3rd
Author(s): Robert Meyer

The Thanksgiving holiday has passed and now we move into the celebration of the Christmas holiday season.With it will come the usual litany of criticisms against the Christian connections associated with this time of year. They will be repeated like the repertoire of a pull-string talking doll.I am well aware of the pagan traditions behind numerous aspects of Christmas, such as, the Christmas tree, the significance of the date December 25th, and numerous other objections that contentious folks may want to throw out there, thinking they are providing arcane information. But my argument heads...

Monday, December 3rd
Author(s): Barry Rubin

You Can't Get to Peace if You Can't Get it RightBy Barry Rubin            I love Annapolis. It's a town that has maintained its charming historic district quite nicely, with a nice little harbor, interesting shops, and the beautiful campus of the U.S. Naval Academy. Then there's the magnificent statehouse, best-known for George Washington's famous farewell speech, when he gave up command of the American army at the end of the revolution rather than making himself dictator, got on his horse, and rode home to be a farmer.            Oh, and then there's the Annapolis summit conference on the...

Monday, December 3rd

"Gay" Activists to Perform Cheap Political Stunt Over "Don't Ask Don't Tell" Washington, D.C. - This weekend, homosexual activists from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) and other liberal organizations are planning to place 12,000 American flags on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to bemoan the roughly 12,000 former service members who have been discharged for violating the military's prohibition against immoral and unhealthy homosexual conduct.A 2006 Zogby poll determined that 37 percent of military personnel feel that it is inappropriate...


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