President Joe Biden issued a flurry of deeply troubling executive orders during his first week in office.  One of the most alarming is his order to dissolve the 1776 Commission on American history established by President Donald Trump. For its part, Biden’s team claimed Trump’s commission “sought to erase America’s history of racial injustice.”[1] The… Read More

Let’s rise up on this day and reject the views of Beto O’Rouke and Osama bin-Laden. Let’s unite around the flag and the Constitution, and let us rehearse the Biblical truths to which we have been called and which are the foundation of the great blessings we have enjoyed. … Read More

The Democratic Party introduced a bill on March 13 popularly known as the “Equality” Act (H.R.5). The title of the bill sounds non-threatening. So, why should anyone be against equality? The “Equality” Act would make possible a nationwide floodgate of government-sanctioned, religious discrimination against Christians and other people of faith by redefining the word “sex.” The… Read More

Special counsel Robert Mueller concluded there was no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, but did not make a determination on whether President Trump obstructed justice, Attorney General William Barr wrote in letter to lawmakers on Sunday. “The Special Counsel’s investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired… Read More

As I am writing this, two seemingly unrelated things are happening.  First, America is observing Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday.  At the same time, the truth is coming out about a confrontation between the Covington Catholic high school students and the Native American on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.  These two events, in fact,… Read More

Are Christmas and the 4th of July connected? The 6th President of the United States, John Quincy Adams, thought so.  John Quincy, the son of our second President, John Adams, observed, “[I]n the chain of human events, the birthday of [our] nation is indissolubly linked with the birthday of the Savior.” What does Christmas have… Read More

This week our government leaders stood on the U.S. House floor and reminded Americans of the critical importance of the Bible! Yes, you read that correctly. In spite of the repeated rhetoric and hostility toward anything related to Christianity, the Bible was honored as foundational to our country. In 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt declared National… Read More

Throughout our history, Americans have revered the Bill of Rights. It consists of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. The First Amendment in the Bill of Rights protects five rights: religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition. The First Amendment It’s no accident that freedom of religion and freedom of speech are the… Read More