“Here are some of your potential candidates for the next governor of California: a male-to-female transgender celebrity, an out and proud gay man, and a former porn star. But remember not to sing when you gather in church. That’s just too controversial and dangerous.”
When faced with such overwhelming arguments, most atheists simply shrug and say, “Well, there are lots of strange things in the world that we don’t have the answer for.” But this won’t do. The weight of history and the evidence gathered demand a verdict.
In the middle of a self-proclaimed economic crisis, President Joe Biden took to the bully pulpit to advocate not for the middle class but for those seeking to make millions kicking a ball.
“I haven’t seen much humor in life during the past year or so, but one thing that has been uproariously hilarious lately is the orchestrated media narrative that President Joe Biden is bipartisan and conciliatory.”
David Limbaugh looks at various ways President Biden is clearly making the divide worse.
“He claims to support the oppressed and marginalized. He’s doing exactly the opposite. His ideology is built upon power.”
Tom Gilson exposes the deep flaw in logic of popular TikTok “pastor” who’s speaking for an entire leftist ideology, one that is headed straight toward totalitarianism.
“Totalitarian movements, even before they come to power, count on us forgetting their last propaganda campaigns, and focusing on their latest one. They don’t want you thinking back on all the poop they threw at the wall, to see what would stick. Instead they’d rather force you to follow the Narrative they’re foisting on you right now.”
John Zmirak takes a sobering look at how the elites gain and keep power over us.
“Those who dare to stand up against the woke bullies will be hounded from jobs, have their reputations destroyed, and their lives ruined.”
Dwight Longenecker warns that the “gospel of woke” is a series of lies masquerading as God’s work which will lead to the ruin of our society.
"One of the most potent teachers in life is the study of blunders and falsehoods. Engineers pore over the black boxes from airliners that crashed. Philosophers set their students to pick apart logical fallacies. And I think that we as Christians can learn quite a bit by listening to what Pope Francis says."
John Zmirak responds to recent comments that make us wonder if Pope Francis believes in universal salvation and that Hell is empty.
Rather than ending discrimination, the new Equality Act would amplify it in a way that threatens religious freedom, women and minorities.
Jeff Myers of Summit Ministries breaks down the extreme repercussions to our culture and religious freedoms that it poses.
Either words have meaning, or they don’t. And either events happened, or they didn’t. Just because Biden and his handlers try to maneuver around those truths doesn’t mean that the rest of us don’t notice. But George Orwell would be proud of their efforts.
“Disarm the citizens, disband the police, and purge the armed forces. What could go wrong?”
John Zmirak looks at the left’s plan for America's future.
“The defenders of Western Civilization are much more diverse than its enemies.”
Mark Judge recounts how a group of African Americans stood up for Justice Kavanaugh in the name of due process.
“When I predicted that if Democrats took power by even one vote, they’d soon be trying to force through bills to completely remake America and cement their power forever, some people thought I was being paranoid... No, I just know these people.”
Mike Huckabee warns that we need to start appreciating and defending our national heritage before we lose it.
"These companies aren’t afraid of offending conservatives because they assume we’ll keep giving them our money anyway, no matter how many times they spit in our faces or how much they fund people who want to destroy us and our values."
From Mike Huckabee
“There’s a big difference between spreading fear-inducing propaganda in order to increase your ratings vs. speaking the truth with a broken heart in order to avert coming judgment.”
Michael Brown addresses the difference between willfully misreporting the facts in order to obtain a political outcome vs. issuing a prophetic warning based on love for your nation.
“It is the spirit of the age to question God and to mock the Bible, part of a perfect societal storm... The bottom line is that we cannot ignore this ongoing apostasy, nor can we simply write off those who are on the attack.”
Michael Brown looks at 3 lessons we should learn from yet another who has walked away from the faith.
“Pulling the All-Star Game out of Georgia because of the new voter protection laws is a pathetic and irresponsible attempt at virtue signaling. A classic example of symbolism over substance.”
George Janek calls out the lies from President Biden that were so obvious and bad that even the Washington Post gave him “four Pinocchios.”
"We can thank the mayor for finally saying something in August, even if his motivation was to avoid helping Trump win the election that was just a few months away. But here we are again, the following April, and Portland has had another incident of what almost certainly was attempted murder. Has Wheeler even said anything about it?"
Mike Huckabee shares his thoughts
“The trouble is, in this time of “fake news,” there are also plenty of “fake experts.” When it comes to matters that affect the future of our country, these fake experts must be exposed and dismissed.”
Rita Dunaway looks at the need for and danger of experts who influence public policy, especially at the state level.
"There is a saying that one generation plants trees for the next generation. I’m concerned that instead of planting, we are removing and destroying the very covering that protects us. As a result, our legacy as a great and noble nation has all but been forgotten."
Shane Idleman looks at the situation we're in but finds encouragement in a large group of Christian leaders "who are looking up rather than giving up."