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How Do You Recognize Success?

How Do You Recognize Success?

In Western civilization generally and in the United States specifically, Christian principles have held together the fabric of society while allowing for a great deal of change. Essentially the rejection of principles by Millennials reflects society’s rejection of absolute truth and the authority of God.

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Six Years Later, America Still Hates ObamaCare

Six Years Later, America Still Hates ObamaCare

Americans have indeed found an entitlement they don’t like. What’s not to hate? At last count, better than half of the health care law’s co-ops have failed, with only 11 of 23 remaining. With billions of federal dollars still being hosed on to the flaming co-ops, their ashes remain a smoldering ruin.

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Twenty Percent of Trump Followers OK with Slavery

Long before the incident in North Carolina where a Trump supporter punched a black man, the January YouGov/Economist poll showed the results of Trump supporters when asked if they supported or disapproved of Lincoln’s executive order that freed all slaves in the U.S. Shockingly, 1 in 5 said they disapproved of the order.

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RINO Heart Attacks and Slit Wrists Over Ted Cruz

RINO Heart Attacks and Slit Wrists Over Ted Cruz

You know it. With Ted Cruz now in the lead in Iowa, the gutless RINO sellouts nationwide are no doubt apoplectic at the thought that a real Republican could win the presidency next year.

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Why Ben Carson is flying high

It becomes less hard to understand why a candidate such as Ben Carson, despite having no political experience or even managerial experience, is still flying at the top. Why? Because many Americans so long for a leader they see as decent and genuinely honest, and whom they can trust.

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Pew Report: Voters Want All New Ideas – Just Another Old Idea?

Pew Report: Voters Want All New Ideas – Just Another Old Idea?

According to a new Pew report, Republicans now favor new ideas over experience and a proven record. The shift may well be just another way of saying we want Donald Trump even if he doesn’t have a shred of experience. Republicans seem to be suffering from acute loss of memory.

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Are More Than Half of America Homophobic?

Are More Than Half of America Homophobic?

According to the recent history of majority vote, a significant portion of America has been staunchly against redefining marriage. When done right, husband plus wife as licensed by the state equals the potential for stable and secure family growth. Without a secure and sound foundation, society will fragment.

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GOP: Dissing the Conservative Base a Bad Idea

GOP: Dissing the Conservative Base a Bad Idea

Fed up with the establishment Republicans in Washington, D.C. selling out to President Barack Obama on issues like funding his executive amnesty? If so, you are likely part of a growing number of Americans who are growing increasingly frustrated with the ineptitude of Republicans to lead their own party with policies their conservative political base actually supports.

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Nikki Haley, Racial Tensions and Change

Nikki Haley, Racial Tensions and Change

Coincident with July 4, the Pew Research Center published a survey asking, “Why has the U.S. been successful? Reliance on principles or ability to change?” Fifty-one percent attributed America’s success to its “ability to change” and 44 percent to its “reliance on longstanding principles.”

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Authentic Christianity in America: Wheat and Chaff

Authentic Christianity in America: Wheat and Chaff

Much has been made recently about a Pew Research poll released in May which indicated the number of Christians in America is falling. But while this was met with great glee by the secularist Left and other God-haters, it bears noting that even after over half a century of lies and vilification of Christianity from the Left, still more than 70% of Americans identify with Christianity.

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