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  • February 02, 2018

    Time to thank Founding Fathers for Electoral College

    Bryan FischerIf the Founders had not had the foresight to empower states rather than the public to pick a president, we would have just finished a year under a President Hillary Clinton – and that's a very good reason to be thankful for the Founders' political wisdom.

  • February 01, 2018

    What would God say in a State of the Union address?

    Michael BrownThe lack of love is endemic in our society today, as ingrained as our accents and as American as apple pie. We snipe at each other and degrade each other and mock each other and ridicule each other. Whatever happened to "love your neighbor as yourself"?

  • January 31, 2018

    Bogus racist claims against Trump

    Star ParkerGranted, Donald Trump isn't always careful with his rhetoric. But policy and principles are what we should be looking at, not rhetoric – and accusations of "racism" only divert us from moving forward as a nation.

  • January 30, 2018

    The FBI's war on Trump

    Robert KnightTwo lovebirds and others at the FBI need to be investigated on charges of plotting to influence a presidential election and later cripple a presidential administration.

  • January 29, 2018

    Trump playing chess on immigration, Dems playing checkers

    Bryan FischerDonald Trump isn't negotiating, he's maneuvering. He set a trap for the Democrats and they blundered into it at warp speed.

  • January 25, 2018

    Does Trump get a moral mulligan?

    Michael BrownDonald Trump, a flawed man, is willing to help stop the slaughter of unborn babies, help stop the massacre of Christians by ISIS, and take a stand for our religious liberties. There's nothing scandalous about evangelicals supporting such a man.

  • January 24, 2018

    What the stupid government shutdown means

    Ben ShapiroMake no mistake: The Democrats' strategy and rationale for the government shutdown was awful. 

  • January 23, 2018

    The way back to religious liberty

    Robert KnightWrong-headed rulings by our courts have fundamentally transformed many constitutional protections into their opposite, but nowhere has more damage been done than to the First Amendment. How about we impeach some of those lawless judges?

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