Category Archives: Public Policy

Nero Has Nothing on Obama

It is said that Nero played the fiddle while Rome burned.  Not to be outdone, our president has decided that while America’s enemies are on the rise, he should focus on telling everyone’s children where to go to the bathroom. … Continue reading

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The American Belief About the Basis of Our Rights

Do our rights as Americans come from God or man?  Do they come from our Creator or do we grant them to each other?  Alas, we have to acknowledge that our fellow citizens seem unaware of the correct answer to … Continue reading

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From a Christian Nation to a Secular Nation

America began as a Christian nation.  We see the signs of this even in the Declaration of Independence, which begins this way [emphasis added]: When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the … Continue reading

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The Citadels of Conservatism Have Fallen

Since the time of Ronald Reagan, Christ-followers feeling the political duties of citizenship have take refuge in the strongholds of political conservatism.  In the rise of Donald Trump, however, we have learned that the citadels of conservatism are not as … Continue reading

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Obama plans new push for transgender rights in schools

Politico is an Obama-friendly political news outlet.  Therefore, this article is not an expression of over-the-top conservative fear-mongering.  Rather, it is straightforward reporting about a course that the executive branch of the U.S. government is pursuing. If you were expecting … Continue reading

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The Night That the Lights Went Out in Indiana

(Yesterday the state of Indiana held its presidential primary. The results of this election have determined that now both of the major political parties have their presumptive nominees.) Righteousness exalts a nation, But sin is a disgrace to any people. … Continue reading

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Abortion is only part of the ugliness in modern human procreation

The same spirit of secularism that is killing babies through abortion is creating them through commercial third-party reproduction.  While we’ve been focused on stopping abortion, assisted-reproductive technology (ART) has been expanding with practically no moral restraint.  It’s prostitution of the … Continue reading

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2016 HAS To Be Disturbing…Because 2015 Was

Peggy Noonan seems to have spoken for a lot of people in her Wall Street Journal column last week.  Here’s her title with its subtext:  “That Moment When 2016 Hits You: ‘I felt a wave of sadness,’ said one friend. This year’s … Continue reading

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We Dwell in a Fiery Furnance

We dwell in a fiery furnace, but we do not bow the knee. Consider the story of Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah – better known as Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego (Daniel 3:1-30; the three having been previously mentioned in Daniel 1:1-20 and … Continue reading

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We are not seeking religious liberty – we are seeking righteousness.

Christians and Christian organizations who are calling for “religious liberty” in our day are making a mistake.  It is a mistake for three reasons: Secular society is not going to grant us religious liberty.  They do not consider themselves religious and therefore they … Continue reading

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