Category: National

Source: Wikimedia Commons

Our Immigration System Is Not Broken

Our immigration system isn’t broken. The will of our leaders to enforce an immigration policy has been broken and without the will to maintain our integrity as a nation we will soon become nothing more than the Balkans writ large: a powder keg waiting for a match.

Read more ›
All War All The Time

All War All The Time

Ever since I can remember, there has been war after war and talk of another war: Vietnam, Iran, Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan. As a matter of fact, the United States has been at war almost continually since 1776. America has been in some sort of conflict 214 of the 236 years of its existence. That’s 90 percent of our history we’ve been at war!

Read more ›
Photo credit: Michael Vadon

Arrogance and Donald Trump

I hear the word arrogant being used to describe Donald Trump. Theoretically, we as responsible voters should be asking ourselves, “Do I want someone who is arrogant to be the President of the United States of America?” But such commentary isn’t so much substantive as it is simple political gamesmanship. It focuses on appearance and style, while in terms of meaningful commentary, is strained, mis-focused and irrelevant.

Read more ›
The God Ordained Family Government Part 3

The God Ordained Family Government Part 3

The family government which God ordained is under colossal assault in our land. The attack on marriage, the undergirding of healthy family government has been ongoing for many decades. It began as fornication and then adultery were popularized leading to no fault divorce laws that came to all 50 States.

Read more ›
A New Way to Explore an Old Book

A New Way to Explore an Old Book

One of the wonderful things about the Bible is that its most important truths are so easy to understand that even an uneducated person can understand them and be transformed by them…yet it contains truths that are so deep and so vast that even the most brilliant mind on earth can spend its entire life seeking them out and never exhaust their riches.

Read more ›
Indiana State Capitol (Photo credit: Daniel Schwen)

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Maybe I Should Run for Governor?

Maybe I should run for governor. As a candidate, I could talk about issues that affect senior citizens more freely. I could describe proposals to help protect both senior citizens and others from medical billing fraud. Stopping just that would save Indiana citizens and government millions of dollars per year.

Read more ›
Can Federal Judges Run Public Schools?

Can Federal Judges Run Public Schools?

Judicial tyranny, specifically in our American court system, has usurped legislative jurisdiction, and I am so bold as to add Divine jurisdiction, in our Constitutional Republic.

Read more ›
Black lives don’t matter: No lives matter when Life is not sacred

Black lives don’t matter: No lives matter when Life is not sacred

The Black Lives Matter movement is supposedly about social justice. Their supporters express outrage at the sentiment that “all lives matter,” claiming this denigrates and trivializes the unfair treatment of blacks in the criminal justice system. But how do you define fair or unfair behavior toward particular lives in a society that politicizes the most serious questions concerning life itself?

Read more ›
Melissa Ingraham, Former Lesbian Now Living Her Dream

Melissa Ingraham, Former Lesbian Now Living Her Dream

A former lesbian who is now a counselor found healing, restoration and, ultimately, a “safe exit” from her same-sex attractions, and today, she is dedicated to helping others do the same.

Read more ›
Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

Human beings have always had an extraordinary capacity for self-delusion. We justify horrible things by telling ourselves that we are acting in the service of a noble cause, or by dehumanizing the victims of our unjust actions. History is littered with the corpses of innocent men and women who died in the name of their persecutor’s depraved ideology. Josef Mengele is perhaps the most famous example of this principle.

Read more ›