What happens when a civilization forgets—or rejects—its roots? We’re seeing it right now.
America is worn out with the U.S. Congress, disgusted, and the disgust is beginning to turn to contempt as they flounder around like fish out of water, pointing fingers and trying to fix the blame on the opposing party.
What seems inexplicable on the outside looks like just the usual chaos to insiders.
Sapna Rampersaud has written an article for National Review Online's The Corner titled "Illegal Immigrants Can Now Defend the Laws They Break," detailing how the states of New York and California have moved to permit illegal aliens to practice law. This is the kind of thing one might expect to see as a headline on the satirical website The Onion, but, sadly, it's true.
No matter the crisis, when Christians take the love of Jesus to the hurting and suffering, hope and transformation are sure to follow.
It’s eight months since election day and six since President Trump took office. And the left is still writing stories about how they can’t cope with the results. It’s like a good chunk of the nation has PTSD or just sore-loser disease.
Until now, I haven't been too concerned about the Republican Party's difficulties in passing a health care reform bill because delays have resulted in improvements to the proposed legislation. But enough is enough. No more games.
"Iran must be free. The dictatorship must be destroyed. Containment is appeasement and appeasement is surrender."
Liberals have successfully thwarted almost any effort to have the federal government enact broadcast decency rules, even those codified by the Supreme Court. By the time Barack Obama became president, all thoughts of regulation were abandoned.