Monthly Archives: February 2016

A Respectful Appeal to Trump Supporters By David Limbaugh

As a Reagan conservative this is a particularly difficult primary season. We finally have what many of us consider a near-perfect candidate on the issues at a perfect time in our history, but obstacles persist. Admittedly, it’s not like America … Continue reading

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The Justice as Writer By Andrew Ferguson

The literary critic Edmund Wilson was ambivalent about the legacy of Abraham Lincoln, but he didn’t doubt Lincoln’s genius as a writing man. “Alone among American Presidents,” Wilson wrote, “it is possible to imagine Lincoln, grown up in a different … Continue reading

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The Bible Project– Exodus Part II

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Tragedy and Choices By Thomas Sowell

Amid the petty bickering, loud rhetoric and sordid attack ads in this year’s primary election campaigns, the death of a giant — Justice Antonin Scalia — suddenly overshadows all of that. The vacancy created on the Supreme Court makes painfully … Continue reading

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I Read, I Write, and My Daughter Does Arithmetic By Peter Leavell

My twelve-year-old daughter crafted a way to bolster reading time. Why does my reading time matter to me? Readers know when authors don’t study. We all know the books written by men and women with no interest in literacy. The … Continue reading

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A Scalia Clerk Remembers Her Former Boss By Rachel Barkow

The following is excerpted from a letter that Rachel Barkow, who clerked for the late Justice Antonin Scalia, sent to Senator Orrin Hatch in 2006, to mark his 20th year as a Supreme Court justice. Although it is somewhat ironic … Continue reading

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Review of Who Are You To Judge?

In his book, Who Are You To Judge?, Pastor Erwin Lutzer examines the need for discernment in today’s church. Tackling everything from doctrine to dress, Lutzer explains the importance of a biblical approach to evaluating spiritual claims and relativistic culture. … Continue reading

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Review of The First Hostage

In Joel Rosenberg’s, The First Hostage, the President of the United States is kidnapped by ISIS, and J.B. Collins, a reporter, does more than just cover the story—he becomes a part of it. Will the president be rescued in time? … Continue reading

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Review of Your Friend Forever, A. Lincoln

  In his book, Your Friend Forever, A.Lincoln:The Enduring Friendship of Abraham Lincoln and Joshua Speed, Charles B. Strozier takes an in-depth look at one of closest relationships of our 16th President. Using correspondence between the two men, other contemporaries’ … Continue reading

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Writing a Sequel…How Hard Can It Be? By Henry McLaughlin

    After my first book, Journey to Riverbend, was released, readers contacted me wanting to know if there would be a book two. I assured them a sequel was in progress. Now all I had to do was write … Continue reading

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