Project 1619: A Sophisticated Lie

No nation can survive that is not committed to the truth. The Bible recognizes this principle and commands people to speak the truth. “Wherefore putting away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbor: for we are members one of another” (Eph. 4:25). Those who lie will sow discord, hatred, and hostility. The end result … Continue reading Project 1619: A Sophisticated Lie

America’s History is About to be Deliberately Distorted…Again

On August 19, 2019, Executive Editor Dean Baquet of the New York Times convened a meeting of newsroom personnel to discus concerns that the alleged independent “news source was becoming too soft in its coverage of the president and needed to intensify its portrayal of Trump as a racist” (The New American, Dave Bohon). The … Continue reading America’s History is About to be Deliberately Distorted…Again

Mayor Pete: Projecting Personal Problems into the Presidential Campaign

On June 17, 2019, Mayor Peter Buttigieg from South Bend, Indiana cast a terrible aspersion on all former United States presidents by insisting that more than one of them was a practicing homosexual. “We’ve probably had excellent presidents who were gay — we just didn’t know which ones,” Buttigieg said in an interview with “Axios … Continue reading Mayor Pete: Projecting Personal Problems into the Presidential Campaign

That Which is Morally Wrong Can Never be Legally Right

On Saturday evening, April 25, 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told the Women in the World Summit that the path to Abortion Nirvana will only open up by changing religion, culture, and values to accommodate it: “Far too many women are denied access to reproductive health care and safe childbirth, and laws don’t count for … Continue reading That Which is Morally Wrong Can Never be Legally Right

Conundrums In American Society…And Other Things That Make You Go Hmmm

A conundrum is a riddle, the answer to which involves a pun or play on words. Many will remember as a child being asked by someone at school, “What is black and white and read all over?” The answer, “A newspaper!” If your friend was really clever the answer might have been, “A blushing zebra!” … Continue reading Conundrums In American Society…And Other Things That Make You Go Hmmm

Women and Public Office: A Motherhood Debate

(The following chapter is from Instituted by God, 43-47) Reaction to the designation of former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin as the Republican nominee for vice president in 2008 was wide and varied. Some praised her voting record while others loathed her conservative ideology; some lauded the idea of a woman as the vice president while … Continue reading Women and Public Office: A Motherhood Debate