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Perspectives (By Year)

    • Sep02, 2014

      Bryan FischerOur call as Christians is together to declare to our culture the whole counsel of God, every bit of it, without conceding even a single part of it to secular fundamentalists. We're to do this no matter what kind of blowback we get.

    • Aug28, 2014

      Bryan FischerGod has not called his followers to be nice – he has called them to be good. Nice people never confront evil and error, but good people do. It's time to put on the full armor of God.

    • Aug27, 2014

      Michelle MalkinAs mortifying as Harry Reid is, there's an even worse spectacle: Asian-American liberals who keep giving top Democrats and their partisan operatives blanket passes.

    • Aug27, 2014

      Robert KnightFirst came the race-baiting leftists and the media; then the ACLU; and finally the pastors. All four groups had markedly different approaches and outcomes in Ferguson, Missouri.

    • Aug25, 2014

      Michael BrownWhat did Jesus call his followers to build? How much of what we are building will withstand persecution and testing for the Word in this world – and how much will withstand the fire of divine testing in the world to come?

    • Aug25, 2014

      Bryan FischerAmerica in 2014 is as guilty of "abominations" as the people of Canaan in the Old Testament: abortion, sexual immorality, the worship of pagan gods. The slop bucket is filling up. Either we empty it through repentance – or God will empty it for us.

    • Aug22, 2014

      Michelle MalkinMeet Ali Muhammad Brown. His homicidal Islamic terror spree over the last few months took him from coast to coast. But the usual suspects who decry hate crimes and gun violence haven't uttered a peep.

    • Aug21, 2014

      Bryan FischerIf we are guided by the Constitution as given to us by the Founders - and not as shredded beyond recognition by activist courts - it's impossible for Kendra Turner or any other students in America to violate the First Amendment, even if they wanted to.

    • Aug20, 2014

      Bryan FischerThe problem with the U.S. intervening anywhere in the Muslim world is that there are no good guys to back. 

    • Aug20, 2014

      Michelle MalkinPerhaps the most repulsive species on display in Ferguson is the Journalisto Vanitatis. This breed of egotistical East-Coast reporters can be easily identified by its ever-present appendages: a smartphone and smart glasses.

    • Aug19, 2014

      Thomas SowellIf politics were like sports, we could ask Israel to trade us Benjamin Netanyahu for Barack Obama. 

    • Aug18, 2014

      Bryan FischerAt some point Brown stopped, turned around, and confronted Wilson with angry epithets. And then apparently after taunting Wilson, he charged him. 

    • Aug13, 2014

      Bryan FischerRobin Williams' desperately sad ending arouses our sympathy, as it should. But we must not confuse our sympathy with God's salvation. There's only one path to eternal life.

    • Aug13, 2014

      Michelle MalkinWhen Republicans hire lobbyists, it's a culture of corruption and influence peddling. But when Barack Obama hires lobbyists, it's a celebration of experience diversity.

    • Aug12, 2014

      Bryan FischerThe Pentagon is now admitting that air strikes against ISIS will ultimately prove ineffective in slowing its advance, and NBC is reporting that any military effort to stop ISIS in Iraq is a 10- to 20-year proposition. Not gonna happen.

    • Aug11, 2014

      Bryan FischerThere are grave questions about whether our president has any appreciation for the threat that Islam represents to America, or possesses a willingness to do anything about it if he does.