If you use the word “Chicago,” you’re a racist. If you criticize the president about anything, you’re a racist. For the longest time, “racist” was a debate stopper. Unfortunately for the Democrats, calling everybody a racist doesn’t work anymore. With this in mind, Democrats have upped the ante by identifying
An article I read carried this headline: “Big NY voter majority favors ‘millionaire tax.’” Articles like this one are designed to show that people with money should pay more taxes. If given the chance to vote on the issue, the majority of the people in the state of New York
Atheists are at it again. The Freedom From Religion Foundation traverses the nation looking for any religious morsel that they can chew on in order to further their atheistic cause. Here’s the organization’s latest: The Freedom from Religion Foundation, an atheist group, recently sent a letter to the Shenendehowa Central
“You’re all worse than the Fascists. At least Hitler gave us bread.”1 Alexandra Dubevich, an elderly woman demonstrating against communist rule in Minsk, shouted these words to a senior Belorussian official because of the social eruptions that came on the heels of failed communist policies. “‘Freedom and Bread,’ was the
Obama is trying to scare up the vote among women by claiming that Mitt Romney will take us back to the 1950s. Not to be outdone, Harry Belafonte said in an interview that the election of Mitt Romney would bring “the end of civilization.” These people are insane. If President
The atheist organization The Freedom From Religion Foundation is demanding that the Wayland High School band “stop playing ‘God Bless America’ at school functions because it violates separation of church and state.” The Massachusetts’ school officials are ignoring the group’s threats, and for good reason. First, the First Amendment prohibits
The following essay was written by James B. Jordan. James is a Christian theologian and author who has thought long and hard on worldview issues from a biblical perspective. While the following article does not answer every question; it does offer a perspective that is not often considered in terms
As my wife and I were on our way to meet some friends for dinner last night, we were listening to Fox Across America on Sirius Radio channel 126. The host of the show (I think it was Spencer Hughes) was talking about the landing of Curiosity on Mars and
You say you want a revolution Well, you know We all want to change the world — The Beatles We all want to change the world. But there is a great deal of disagreement on how to do it without blowing it up. There are a lot of anti-Romney voters
Fifteen hundred socialists convened in suburban Chicago, the murder capital of the world, at the International Socialist Organization’s annual conference. They shouted the usual socialist slogans about free this and free that. They’re already getting most things free — education, healthcare, food stamps, housing subsidies. But they want more. These
Liberals hold their breath on July 4th and breathe easy on July 5th. They are afraid that a majority of Americans might actually read the Declaration and find out that our nation was founded on rebellion against tyranny — “For imposing Taxes on us without our Consent.” On July 3,
I’ve been thinking a lot about race lately. There’s no way to escape the topic since nearly everybody and his brother are accusing conservatives of being racists. Eric Holder said that Americans are cowards when it comes to race. Maybe we are. No one likes to be called a racist.
What Would Lou Gehrig, Bob Richards, and Ronald Reagan say about General Mills’ Support for ‘Gay Marriage’?
Bob Richards was the first athlete to appear on the front of a General Mills Wheaties box. Lou Gehrig, the Yankee “Iron Horse,” was the first athlete to appear on the box, but it wasn’t on the cover. Richards had won the pole vault in the 1952 and 1956 Olympics.
The common-man President Obama told supporters at a $40,000 dinner hosted by Hollywood big wigs that their efforts and money will be crucial to winning in November. It went beyond the typical fawning over celebrities, since he is the ultimate celebrity. The president capped his talk with this unbelievable claim:
The most difficult enemy to fight is the one who’s in your midst. In the film Stalag 17, a group of American airmen held in a German World War II prisoner of war camp begin to suspect that one in their group is a traitor. The Germans are being fed
“It’s a bird . . . It’s a plane . . . It’s the new gay Superman?” According to a DC spokesman, “they are about to reintroduce a previously existing DC character who was previously straight and now will be ‘one of our most prominent gay characters.’” Fox News asks,
Many people incorrectly maintain that the First Amendment was designed to remove any and all religious precepts and considerations from civil affairs. An example of this misinterpretation can be found in the Congressional Quarterly’s Guide to the U.S. Supreme Court: The two men most responsible for its inclusion in the
Another National Day of Prayer has come and gone, but it hasn’t stopped ill-informed judges from trying to rewrite our nation’s history. “A Colorado appeals court ruled last week that the state governors’ previous proclamations regarding the National Day of Prayer were unconstitutional as they implied a ‘government endorsement of