The Islamic Madness Persists

Written by Alan Caruba on Friday, 24 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

The Middle East is a boiling cauldron, with millions of refugees, aggressive terrorist organizations, and nation-states with dangerously high stakes.

The Islamic Madness Persists

The lull in the coverage of all things Islamic was broken by two terrorist attacks in Canada, a reminder that so long as the world does not unite to destroy the Islamic State, we shall all remain vulnerable. A “lone wolf” terrorist can kill you just as dead as one in a terrorist organization, particularly one encouraging these attacks.

Are all Muslims Equal? Ask Their Christian Neighbors

Written by Donald Hank on Friday, 24 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Donald Hank

Mindless propaganda in the West insists that all Muslims support violent jihad. But this is not true, and some even defend persecuted Christians.

Are all Muslims Equal? Ask Their Christian Neighbors

The neocons and Democrats, which share the same diabolical anti-biblical philosophy, want conservatives to keep mouthing slogans asserting that all Muslims are equally dangerous and that no Muslim sect is any better or worse than another. This gives the elites free reign to attack the many more-tolerant Muslim groups, such as the Alawites (of which Assad is one), the Druze, the Kurds and others (including many Shias), who defend minorities in the Middle East, including Christians.

No Ebola Panic Despite Media Hysteria

Written by Alan Caruba on Friday, 24 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

The results of Obama’s six years in office have been a disaster in many ways, and handling of ebola has been another debacle.

No Ebola Panic Despite Media Hysteria

One man has died of Ebola in the U.S. and he came here from Liberia. Two of the nurses that tended him are in intensive care and likely to survive. A third was thought to be infected, but wasn’t. That news has been sufficient to keep most Americans calm as the media has done its best to exploit Ebola-related news.

Thinking Reasonably – Stewardship of Liberty

Written by Dale Pflug on Friday, 24 October 2014. Posted in Dale Pflug, Opinion

The maintenance of liberty can not be delegated to the government. Instead, it is the duty of an ever-vigilant people to make sure that government does not despoil citizens of their freedoms.

Thinking Reasonably – Stewardship of Liberty

Stewardship is defined as “the responsible overseeing and protection of something considered worth caring for and preserving”! Liberty is: “freedom from arbitrary or despotic government or control; freedom from external or foreign rule; and freedom from control, interference, obligation, restriction, hampering conditions, etc., power or right of doing, thinking, speaking, etc., according to choice.” The Declaration of Independence documents our God-given right to Liberty. Therefore, it is apparent that We The People must provide the “responsible overseeing and protection”.  Government in and of itself cannot provide the stewardship to achieve and maintain liberty. The People must stand fast in the rule of law and turn from our foolish practices of experimenting with the careless whims of men.

Kansas Senate Race is a National Election

Written by Star Parker on Friday, 24 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Star Parker

Beyond the overriding economic control that the federal government now has over citizens, federal courts now dictate our social norms.

Kansas Senate Race is a National Election

Former Democrat House Speaker Tip O’Neill’s political wisdom that "All politics is local" has been a staple in political thinking for many years.

Sen. Paul Gives Foreign Policy Address at Center for the National Interest

on Friday, 24 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Letter From Congress

Senator Rand Paul: "These principles of conservative realism are a return to traditional Republican values that recognize our limits and realize our might."

Sen. Paul Gives Foreign Policy Address at Center for the National Interest

By the office of Senator Rand Paul 

Senator Rand Paul tonight gave a foreign policy address at the Center for the National Interest dinner in New York City and was the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Service Award.  

The Larceny Is Larger than You Think!

Written by Michael Anthony Peroutka Esq. on Thursday, 23 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Michael Peroutka

It should not come as a surprise that the city of Houston is restricting freedom of speech since we've allowed government to restrict all of our other freedoms as well.

The Larceny Is Larger than You Think!

Last week the mayor of Houston enraged many Christians when the city subpoenaed the sermons of some Houston area pastors. This got me to thinking…

Why Our Inconsistent Foreign Policy Consistently Fails

Written by Donald Hank on Thursday, 23 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Donald Hank

Our foreign policy is blind to the complexities of culture and religion. And that's why it fails over and over and over.

Why Our Inconsistent Foreign Policy Consistently Fails

Western foreign policy avoids the culture factor in its evaluation of friend vs. foe.

Operation: Let My People Go Report

Written by Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas on Thursday, 23 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas

Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas reports on recent success in opposing abortion and bringing the message of Christ to the people of Jackson, Mississippi.

Operation: Let My People Go Report

Then the LORD answered me and said: Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time; but at the end it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry (Habakkuk 2:2, 3).

Honoring the One True God

Written by Rev. David Whitney on Thursday, 23 October 2014. Posted in David Whitney, Opinion

It is abundantly apparent that the Mayor of Houston and the City Council do not believe in freedom of speech, or freedom of religion.

Honoring the One True God

It is now beyond question that Christianity is under direct assault in the culture war. “The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity to Annise Parker, the city’s first openly daughter of Sodom mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court.”

Social Justice – Biblical Principle or Progressive Plank? Something to Think About

Written by Ricki Pepin on Thursday, 23 October 2014. Posted in Ricki Pepin, Opinion

It’s time to stop progressives or anyone else from hijacking our language and re-defining who we are as individuals, as Christians, as Americans.

Social Justice – Biblical Principle or Progressive Plank? Something to Think About

Will the real social justice please stand up? How do you find truth within the two very conflicting camps pervading America today on this hot topic? A principle approach comparison of modernism/progressive thinking versus biblical/principled reasoning is in order. Definitions and historical applications will prove to be far more accurate than just parroting some pundit’s opinion.

A Crossless Love

Written by Bradlee Dean on Thursday, 23 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Bradlee Dean

There is freedom nowhere in this world where there was not first the Gospel preached and a sacrifice unto God and Man bestowed.

A Crossless Love

“Freedom has a taste to those who fight and almost die, that the protected will never know.” – written on the wall of a POW camp.

Wastebook 2014: What Washington Doesn't Want You to Read

on Wednesday, 22 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Letter From Congress

Voodoo Dolls, Gambling Monkeys, Zombies in Love and Paid Vacations for Misbehaving Bureaucrats Top List of the Most Outlandish Government Spending in Wastebook 2014.

Wastebook 2014: What Washington Doesn't Want You to Read

By the office of Senator Tom Coburn

Gambling monkeys, dancing zombies and mountain lions on treadmills are just a few projects exposed in Wastebook 2014 – highlighting $25 billion in Washington’s worst spending of the year.

Multiculturalism: Good or Bad for America?

Written by Michael Anthony Peroutka Esq. on Thursday, 16 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Michael Peroutka

Is multiculturalism a good thing or a bad thing for our American society? You might not realize it, but this is a very important question.

Multiculturalism: Good or Bad for America?

In 2008, during Obama’s first national campaign, Barack Obama is on record saying that America is not a Christian Nation.

Equal Work? Government Has No Idea What That is

Written by Selwyn Duke on Thursday, 16 October 2014. Posted in Opinion, Selwyn Duke

Bureaucrats, politicians and judges are not qualified to determine what equal work might be in the thousands of professions in America.

Equal Work? Government Has No Idea What That is

“Equal pay for equal work!” the mantra goes. “Women get only 73 cents on a man’s dollar!” These are oft-heard slogans, and we may well hear them again during the Fall campaign with the War on Women afoot. Now, going beyond the rhetoric, it’s not widely known but nonetheless true that the intersex pay gap is attributable to different career choices men and women make: women tend to choose less lucrative fields (e.g., soft sciences instead of hard ones), work shorter hours even when “full time,” are more likely to value personal fulfillment and job flexibility over money, are more inclined to take time off, generally have less job tenure and more often decline promotions. But while I’ve examined these factors at length in the past, the topic today is something more fundamental. This is that there would be a problem with even a well-intended equal-pay-for-equal-work scheme:

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