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  • October 31, 2018

    Yes, unvetted illegal caravans threaten public health

    Michelle MalkinIt's bizarre, isn't it? Some of the same outspoken, big government advocates for vaccinating every American citizen, young or old, against every possible condition, are the same types now howling over the commonsense idea that we should protect ourselves from foreign diseases.

  • October 30, 2018

    Denying reality at a steep price

    Robert KnightAs Christians, we need to approach hurting people with compassion. But we need to oppose obscene developments like drugging children to delay their natural puberty in order to steer them into identifying with the opposite sex. That is child abuse.

  • October 26, 2018

    God is neither Republican nor Democrat

    Michael BrownThe Republicans aren't always right and neither are the Democrats - nor are the Independents and the Libertarians. Only God is always right, and we must align ourselves with Him.

  • October 24, 2018

    How Democrats learned to stop worrying and love federalism

    Ben ShapiroIf you need another reason that Democrats shouldn't be handed federal power anytime soon, here it is: their view of federalism is only temporary. The moment they're back in power they will again wield it like a club.

  • October 23, 2018

    The curses on Kavanaugh: Do they matter?

    Bryan FischerI encourage God's people to pray on behalf of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, using the weapons of our warfare to pray for victory in the unseen world for him and for ongoing protection from the work of the evil one for him and his family.

  • October 18, 2018

    American media, just stick to your job

    Shick

    Many in the media truly believe they are serving children's best interests by promoting the LGBTQ agenda. If only they would just inform people based on facts obtained through objective investigation.

  • October 17, 2018

    Pathetic media doubling down on stupid

    Ben ShapiroDemocrats have the enviable advantage of being able to trot out nearly any story and be given credibility by most of the mainstream media. And every time the media do that, they undercut their own credibility.

  • October 15, 2018

    You don't support Trump? Neither did I, until ...

    Michael BrownWhat's changing the minds of some formerly Never Trumpers? How is it that today, despite my ongoing concerns about some of the president's message and methods, I'm hoping for a red wave in the midterms?

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