Category Archives: Politics

Gladys Knight to Sing Anthem at Super Bowl — She Has a Message for Kaepernick

Legendary soul singer Gladys Knight will sing the National Anthem during Super Bowl LIII — and she’s hoping to reclaim the patriotic song from Colin Kaepernick and the NFL kneelers. Knight, an icon who actually lived through the civil rights … Continue reading

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We Know They Are Killing Children — All of Us Know By John Piper

  One biblical principle of justice is that the more knowledge we have that our action is wrong, the more guilty we are, and the more deserving of punishment (Luke 12:47–48). The point of this article is that, when it … Continue reading

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Actually, 2018 Was a Pretty Good Year By Victor Davis Hanson

In truth, aside from the Washington hysterias, 2018 was a most successful year for Americans. In December, the United States reached a staggering level of oil production, pumping some 11.6 million barrels per day. For the first time since 1973, … Continue reading

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My Five-Star Non-Fiction of 2018

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Remembering President Bush (41) As a Baseball Fan

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Twitter Banned Me For Literally No Reason, But In The End They’ll Lose By Jesse Kelly

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”—Every third grader I try my best not to complain about the curveballs of life that come my way, but I wish people understood the tremendous burden that … Continue reading

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Does My Vote Really Matter?

Voter participation often suffers because of the generally accepted belief that “one vote really can’t make a difference.” 1645: 1 VOTE gave control of England to Oliver Cromwell 1649: 1 VOTE approved the beheading of Kings Charles I 1800: 1 … Continue reading

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