Category: International

‘I’m a Citizen of the World’

‘I’m a Citizen of the World’

My dictionary first defines a citizen as a person owing loyalty to and entitled to the protection of a given state. A second definition is given as a resident of a city or town, especially one entitled to vote and enjoy other privileges there.

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The Biblical Timeframe: It Fits the Evidence

The Biblical Timeframe: It Fits the Evidence

Have you ever thought about the evidence for or against the claims made by evolutionists and naturalists? Have you ever thought about the evidence for or against the claims made by creationists?

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The Panama Papers: A Window on Taxes

The Panama Papers: A Window on Taxes

The Panama Papers have burst onto the scene as the latest WikiLeaks release showing how powerful people all over the world use tax havens to shield their money from their respective governments.

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Why We’re Losing the Trade War with China and the World

Why We’re Losing the Trade War with China and the World

In short, we’re losing the trade war. These global imbalances are redistributing wealth overseas, fueling the boom to bust cycle, making investments riskier, leading to less domestic growth, fewer jobs and creating a generation of Americans who are effectively poorer than their parents were.

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Flag of Islamic State graffiti, St.-Romain-au-Mont-d'Or, Rhone-Alpes, France (Photo credit: Thierry Ehrmann)

ISIS Brings Death to Europe, Christ Overcomes it All

On Tuesday last week, death arrived in the subway, death came to the airport in Brussels Belgium, in the very heart of political Europe. In fact, the subway bomb was not far from the NATO headquarters in Brussels.

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Obama: Hanging With Communists More Important Than Terrorism

Obama: Hanging With Communists More Important Than Terrorism

President of the United States Barack Obama spent fifty-one seconds on March 22 expressing concerns and condolences related to the deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium before heading to a baseball game with Raul Castro during his visit to Cuba.

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Obama’s Ironic Cuba Visit on Human Rights Day

Obama’s Ironic Cuba Visit on Human Rights Day

If president Obama were a serious advocate for those trapped in countries with oppressive and unethical practices, he wouldn’t be in Cuba today lauding those who jail their political opposition, nor would build his legacy on the backs of the poor in TPP countries.

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The Great Liberation of the Land of Israel

The Great Liberation of the Land of Israel

It occurred to me that the first liberation of the Land by Joshua bin Nun some 3,200 years ago must never, never be forgotten, especially by Israel’s present leaders, many of whom have shown a tragic disregard of Jewish history in their willingness to abandon the Land to the Arabs in return for a delusional peace.

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Facts and Myths About Israel

Facts and Myths About Israel

There is much confusion in the minds of politicians, journalists, educators, religious leaders and the proverbial “man in the street” about the conflicts and origins of the many wars in the Middle East.

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Can You Proxy Forgiveness That You Can’t Give in the First Place?

Can You Proxy Forgiveness That You Can’t Give in the First Place?

Pope Francis recently nominated over 1,000 so-called “super confessors”, their purpose? Forgiving sins that normally only the Pope or high ranking church officials can forgive.

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