‘Either by the Bible or the Bayonet’
On May 28th, 1849, Robert C. Winthrop (1809-1894), a descendant of Governor John Winthrop, first governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, served as a Representative and Senator from Massachusetts and Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. He also served as the president of the Massachusetts Bible Society for several
What if the Oregon Shooter had Targeted Muslims, ‘Gays’ or ‘Transgenders’?
The nation was rightly horrified when Christians in a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, were gunned down. There was so much outrage that anything Confederate was considered to be an affront to civil rights. Flags were removed, names of Confederate Generals were expunged, and some even advocated digging up
Did Oregon’s Anti-Christian Laws Contribute to Anti-Christian Shootings?
Let’s think like a liberal for a moment. We won’t do it too long since some of you are susceptible to headaches and fits of anger and rage at the mere thought of thinking like a liberal. Sometime’s it’s necessary. It called “forcing the antithesis,” adopting the operating assumptions of