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The Great Reset
The Great Reset, A Dystopian Future?
September 5, 2020 02:35 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Economy, Policy - Truly "A Tale of Two Cities." On the one hand, the world in history has never seen such progress and success on just about any measure. But when looking at the storm clouds building on the global stage, many wonder what the future will hold. Even with our current society's unparalleled success, unparalleled dissatisfaction abounds coinciding with extreme wealth inequality.… Continue Reading
Divine Providence
PrayerMarch2020 – Divine Providence, If We Still Have The Will
September 4, 2020 08:26 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Culture, Events, Trump - Defying all common sense and reason, our American experience was forged from the mettle and spirit of a small convergence of colonists who dared to challenge the most indomitable army on the face of the earth and its King. But how did they manifest this great country if not by Divine Providence? Franklin Graham, son of the late evangelical leader Billy… Continue Reading
BLM Redistributive Values
BLM Should Live Its Redistributive Values
September 3, 2020 08:45 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture - According to a June 10th article in Black Enterprise, corporations had pledged over $1.5 billion to Black Lives Matter in the wake of the George Kirby arrest resistance fiasco, ostensibly for the purpose of signaling their virtue. Amazingly, this figure nevertheless represented the "paucity of corporations and the stinginess of donations." It’s never enough for some people. With an array… Continue Reading
French Revolution
The French Revolution, Like the BLM Revolution, Was as Accidental as the Rose Bowl Parade
September 2, 2020 09:14 by Don Boys, Ph.D. Posted in: Culture, Events, Policy - All principled people want everyone to have an equal opportunity for a good life, a safe life, and a productive life, whatever his or her race, religion, or region. That reasonable, humane, and kind attitude is the reason for a quick acceptance of the proclamation, "black lives matter." That was the right attitude, even a Christian perspective to have. All… Continue Reading
Smithsonian
Smithsonian in Tax-Payer Funded Racism
August 31, 2020 09:26 by Liam Salvatore Posted in: Culture, Media, Trump - Racism, in all its forms, is unpleasant and should not be tolerated. What's even worse is when a tax-payer funded museum, such as the Smithsonian, decides they will engage in racism, while pretending it's something else. In their infinite wisdom, the National African American Museum, which is part of the Smithsonian, embarked on a new initiative called "Talking About Race"… Continue Reading
Kellyanne Conway
Sunday Thoughts: Men, Could You be Married to a Strong Woman Like Kellyanne Conway?
August 30, 2020 10:32 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture - White House counselor Kellyanne Conway in a well-publicized event, will depart her position in the Trump administration at the end of the month to focus on family matters. Kellyanne has been a stalwart Trump supporter and an outstanding spokesperson/advisor for President Trump since the beginning. Kellyanne was one of Trump's longest-tenured advisers in a White House known for staffing changes, Conway… Continue Reading
Education Activism
The Reeducation of Educators, Part 2: Indoctrinating Students Through Social Justice
August 29, 2020 11:04 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture, Policy - The public school system is beyond repair, and amazingly, parents don't seem to notice or care. It all needs to change - the awareness, the caring, and most of all, the system itself. At the core of the problem, educational programs are guided by social justice theory and therefore reforms within classrooms and districts are guided by a revolutionary lens… Continue Reading
Jerry Falwell Looking
Op-Ed: Jerry Falwell’s Retirement Package Causing Outrage at Liberty University
August 28, 2020 13:29 by Don Boys, Ph.D. Posted in: Culture - If angels weep, they are weeping today over the earth-shaking events taking place at Liberty University, followed by reverberating aftershocks worldwide. That's only slight hyperbole, especially in the religious world. Jerry Falwell, Jr. was Liberty University president and did a very commendable job as an educator even though he was not trained in education. He generated a $1.60 billion endowment… Continue Reading
Myopia of the Left
The Myopia of the Left
August 27, 2020 12:03 by Parker Beauregard Posted in: Culture, Policy - The perspective they have on - well, everything now - begs the question: Are they intentionally misleading folks, or are they really that clueless? There is no third option. If one were to believe the American Left - and unfortunately many people do - one would also have to believe that the ills of America are uniquely our own. If… Continue Reading
Jerry Falwell Jr Scandal
Op-Ed: Jerry Falwell Jr: Can it Get Any Worse?
August 26, 2020 08:08 by Don Boys, Ph.D. Posted in: Culture - Last year I wrote a column about Liberty University President Jerry Falwell titled "Jerry Falwell, Guilty Until Proven Innocent?" I noted that the media are quick to jump at any failure of a Christian leader, especially with the name of Falwell, whether true or false. I was convinced that many accusations were untrue. Jerry was the President of Liberty University,… Continue Reading