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November 22, 2011
November 15, 2011
November 3, 2011

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher of MOVIEGUIDE®

From New York, to Atlanta, to London, to Hobart, Australia (near where I am now lecturing) Marxists are engaged in a coordinated “occupy” movement. They’re seeking the support of the liberal media in promoting class warfare. Their mantra is that the cause of the current economic crisis is the rich oppressing the poor.
Read MoreIt’s time for Christians to “Occupy”

October 19, 2011
October 13, 2011
"With these rings. . . "

By Mike McManus

The most important statement made in the recent Presidential debate was by former Sen. Rick Santorum, who pointed to the economic importance of marriage – an issue mentioned by no one else.  It should become a fresh issue for conservatives. Read MoreMarriage: A New Conservative Issue

September 13, 2011

Part 1: Cities Hosting “Go Topless Day” Events

By Donna Miller
[Warning: Some content may be considered offensive.]

In August 2011, a friend from Asheville, North Carolina, called me about a female topless Read MoreUn-Family Friendly Cities

September 8, 2011

American Minute with Bill Federer

Rome fell September 4, 476 A.D.

In the centuries preceding, Rome had been overrun with illegal
immigrants: Visigoths, Franks, Anglos, Saxons, Ostrogoths,
Burgundians, Lombards and Vandals. Read MoreFall of Rome

August 3, 2011

By Melanie Oren

The impact of American children being raised by unmarried parents has shown not only negative effects on children, but also negative effects on families, communities, society, and the economy as a whole. Read MoreBroken Future

July 30, 2011
July 22, 2011

A review of the article “Where Did The Bible Come From?” by David J. Lose

By Dr. Robert A. Morey

Since I have studied, lectured on and written material on the “canonicity of Scripture” for 40 years, I read with interest the article by Dr. Lose addressing the subject. I was greatly disappointed.

First, the “Bible” is not one book but a collection of 66 ancient Jewish scrolls from the book of Genesis to the book of the Apocalypse. These ancient scrolls were produced in different times, cultures, languages, political, economic, and social Read MoreDefending the Bible from Scurrilous Attacks:

July 19, 2011

By Sharon Sebastian

Obama’s duplicity is renowned. Obama’s long-hyped “shovel ready jobs” to rebuild America’s infrastructure turned out to be a joke that elicited an on-camera chuckle from Obama. Obama’s latest ploy is to play “nice Boehner vs. bad Read MoreBrits Warn Americans of Green Catastrophe

July 19, 2011

By. Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher, and Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor

The lie that capitalism is evil promulgated by Michael Moore, teachers, professors, government officials, and even some liberal clergy shows a terrible lack of knowledge and understanding as well as mendacity.
Read MoreCapitalism Demands Godly, Moral Practitioners

July 19, 2011

Has the Fourth of July Become a Republican Holiday?
By Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor, with Dr. Ted Baehr
A new Harvard study not only shows that Republicans are more likely to attend Fourth of July events and to view the holiday as more important than Democrats, but also that children who attend Fourth of July events are more likely to identify with the Republicans, vote Republican, make campaign contributions, and turn out to vote. Read MoreThe Real Spirit of 1776?

June 27, 2011
June 22, 2011

A Time of Turmoil
The French Revolution was one of the most influential events of modern history. The ten year period from 1789 to 1799 when France went from a Monarchy to a Republic, to a Reign of Terror, to Dictatorship was one of the most tumultuous times in European history.
Read MoreThe French Revolution

June 17, 2011

by Dr. Paul Jehle

Some may remember the television show What’s My Line? It primarily ran in the 50’s and 60’s and was the longest running game show in U.S. history. It won three Emmy’s and the Golden Globe as the best TV show in 1962. I remember watching it with my father. After the panel was interviewed and questioned, the famous line would be given, will the real so and so please stand up? My father and I Read MoreWill the Real Pinocchio Please Stand Up!

June 6, 2011

“Woe to you when all men speak well of you, for that is how their fathers treated the false prophets”. Luke 6:26

It is interesting how, in spite of all the warnings in Scripture against gossip, slander, and tale bearing, just how much stock we tend to place in people’s opinions. It is said that where there is smoke there is fire. However, the smoke may be no more than dust and hot air. Read MoreWhen All Men Speak Well of You

June 3, 2011

By John Noe, Ph.D.

Once again, “end-of-the-world” ranting and ravings are parading across our paths. Harold Camping, president of the Family Radio Network, is the latest “prophet” of this ultimate doom. And all humankind, throughout the ages, has paid and is paying a horrendous price for our multi-centuries-old trail of false and failed predictions.

May 16, 2011

By Dr. Robert A. Morey


Chapter One
The Bankruptcy of Natural Theology………………………….……………

Chapter Two
The Biblical Material………………………………………………………..

Chapter Three
John Bunyan on Prayer …………………………..…………………………

Chapter Four
The Sovereignty of God and Prayer…………………………………………

Chapter Five
Thirteen Rules on Public Prayer……………………………………………

Chapter Six
How to Have a Day of Prayer and Fasting………………………………….


One of the most important requests recorded in the Bible is found in Lk. 11:1.
And it came about that while He was praying in a certain place, after He had finished, one of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, teach us to pray just as John also taught his disciples.”
Several things should be pointed out:
Read MoreA Theology of Prayer

May 12, 2011
May 12, 2011

by Rev. Richard Fisher, Hospice Chaplain

You were made to last forever. This sounds pretty amazing. We all pass funeral homes and cemeteries that argue otherwise. As a hospice chaplain ministering in the shadow of death I Read MoreYou Were Made to Last Forever

May 3, 2011

By Sandy Rios
VP of Family PAC Federal.
FOX News Contributor

“We will make electricity so cheap that only the rich will burn candles!” said Thomas Edison in 1879 during his first public demonstration of the incandescent light bulb.  And he did.  That young boy, born poor, radically changed the world so that people everywhere could afford light and heat and power devices that expanded capabilities beyond their wildest dreams.

April 13, 2011

Secularists and the ACLU Strip First Amendment of Meaning

By Robert Knight

Christians, Orthodox Jews or anyone with traditional views of sex and marriage should be barred from state university counseling programs unless they agree to violate their beliefs. That’s the gist of the amicus brief the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed Feb. 11 in a case in which a Christian student is challenging her dismissal from a graduate counseling program at Eastern Michigan University in 2009.

Julea Ward had asked that another student take the case of a homosexual suffering from depression because, being a Christian, she could not affirm the person’s sexual relationships. Miss Ward was dismissed and filed a lawsuit charging unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination, religious discrimination and compelled speech. On July 26, 2010, a U.S. district court denied her claim, and she appealed to the 6th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals.

The ACLU’s brief to the appeals court contends that compelling someone to act against her beliefs does not violate her freedoms of religion or speech. The ACLU quotes the university’s response to Miss Ward saying she had a “conflict between your values that motivate your behavior and those behaviors expected of your profession.” In other words, you’re a conscientious Christian, so get lost. Read MoreFreedom to be Christian But Banned from Acting Christian

April 11, 2011

By Diana Anderson
The Apple computer company has caved in to religious bigotry against Christians.
A Christian iPhone application for Exodus International has been yanked by Apple after homosexual activists labeled its message as “hateful and bigoted” and aggressively petitioned Apple to take action.
Exodus International is a Christian group that ministers to people who have left the homosexual lifestyle, in line with such Bibles passages as Lev. 18-1-30 and Mark 1:15.
Read MoreApple Pulls Christian App, Shows Extreme Unjustified Bias

April 4, 2011
January 20, 2011

By William J. Murray

Jared Loughner, the man who shot Rep. Giffords and 19 others, is an atheist and a pothead who also dabbled in the occult. At just 22 years old, he has a history of drug and alcohol abuse that includes being taken to the hospital for alcohol poisoning. His abuse of drugs caused the military to refuse him. He was described by fellow students as “left-wing” and “out of control.”

With Loughner’s history, it is easy to see Read MoreMedia’s Attacks on Conservative Women

January 12, 2011

The relatively new concept of teaching children sexual abstinence in the past 18 years is being credited with the American teen birth rate hitting a record low in 2009.

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the birth rate fell to 39.1 births per 1,000 teens in 2009, the lowest level in 70 years!
Read MoreAbstinence Credited for Record Low Teen Birth Rate

January 11, 2011

By Dr. Michael Youssef

I remember back in the late ’60s or early ’70s, Germaine Greer and many of her feminist cohorts used to appear on Australian television and “pile on” Christianity as an oppressor of women.

Coming fresh out of the Middle East into the West and knowing how Christian women are lovingly treated in comparison to their Muslim counterparts, I wanted to scream at the television:

Do these people understand that Jesus is the only true liberator of women?
Have they ever read the Bible?
Read MoreWhere Have all the Feminists Gone?

January 7, 2011

By William J. Murray

Christmas Day is not celebrated until January 7th in Egypt by Coptic and other Christian denominations. About 130 Christians, including children, will probably remain imprisoned on January 7th, nearly two months after they were arrested when months after 2,000 members of the state security forces attacked their church building. Several people were killed during that attack in which police chanted Islamic war cries tried to tear down the three story building that was under reconstruction. The object of the attack was to prevent the building from being used for Christmas services.

Christian Persecution On The Rise

About 25 homes surrounding the church in the Christian area of Giza, a Cairo suburb, were burned to the ground by local police and one news agency Read MoreCHRISTMAS IS BECOMING A DAY OF FEAR AND PERSECUTION
January 7, 2011

Very religious Americans are the most healthy Americans, especially when compared to nonreligious Americans.

According to a Gallup-Healthways Behavior survey, very religious Americans score a 66.3 compared with 60.6 and 58.3 for those who are moderately religious or nonreligious, respectively.
This analysis, based on more than half a million interviews Read MoreReligion Makes You Healthy, and Wise

December 9, 2010

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher, Movieguide(R)

Recently, I reviewed for a terrific DVD called AGENDA. The documentary presents a quote from Joseph Stalin from the 1930s“America’s. . . resistance is three fold, its patriotism, morality and spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within.”

By the time I entered NYU School of Law in the early 1970s, I was a product of this campaign to undermine patriotism, morality and spiritual life that had captured the hearts and minds of the cultural Marxists and their fellow travelers, who were (as the Marxists intoned) useful idiots. Let me explain.
Read MorePatriotism, Morality and Spiritual Life

November 18, 2010
November 12, 2010

By Linda Harvey

Details are sketchy in the recent rash of homosexual-related teen suicides throughout the nation, but already the “gay” lobby is ready to exploit our children one more time.
In Minnesota, seven students committed suicide in recent months, three said to be involved in homosexuality. A college student at Rutgers jumped off the George Washington Bridge after his homosexual rendezvous was secretly filmed by his roommate and then broadcast over the Internet. The roommate and another student face criminal charges.

A 13-year-old in California and another in Texas killed themselves following student taunts about homosexuality. A 15-year-old in Indiana hanged himself over homosexual-related harassment.

And now we hear that another young man, 19-year-old Rhode Island college student Raymond Chase, hanged himself. He, too, believed he was “gay.”
Read MoreIs ‘Gay’ Agenda to Blame for Teen Suicides?

November 5, 2010

By Mike McManus

President Obama was asked at his press conference if the election meant that with regard to terminating “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” that he needed “to tell your liberal base you are not able to get it done?”

President Obama calls Republican John Boehner after the 2010 midterm elections.

Nope. He replied, “I have been a strong believer that if someone is willing to serve (in the military) they should not be prevented from doing so. Overwhelming majorities feel the same way.” And Congress has “time to act in the lame duck session.”

This is outrageous.

Obama has learned nothing from what he acknowledges was a “shellacking.”

Almost 90 new Republicans have been elected to Congress, but will not be seated until January. The new Congress would never vote to allow openly gay men to serve, a step opposed by the heads of every branch of the military (though it is supported by the Secretary of Defense).

So the President plans to push for a vote on gays in the military in the two-week lame duck session dominated by Democrats, 61 of whom who have been voted out of office!

Did Obama notice that the Democrats in the Maine Legislature which voted for same-sex marriage, were voted out of office this week? That is explicit evidence the President is wrong in asserting “overwhelming majorities” favor same-sex marriage. The public opposes it. Forty-two states have passed Defense of Marriage Act laws that limit marriage to a man and a woman. Thirty put it in their state constitutions.
Read MoreConservative Social Gains in Election

October 27, 2010

By Judith Reisman

On October 22, 2010 President Barack Obama issued a formal message to young girls and boys to “be true to” themselves by adopting the current lionized state of homosexism as “a source of pride, and a source of strength.” Having been young once himself, Mr. Obama knows that teenagers are by definition “immature” and remain so until roughly age 21 when their cognitive neuro anatomy catches up with their bodies.

Why tell children to feel “pride” and “strength” in adopting an early death sentence when you are too immature to know much of anything? How cruel, how outrageously heartless!
Instead of urging vulnerable youths into premature sexual riddled with crippling disease and death, Mr. Obama should have pointed to the October 9, 1998 Washington Post full page advert by The Whitman-Walker Clinic.
Read MoreWhose “Spirit” Rules ‘Spirit Day’?

October 23, 2010

By Larry Klayman, Founder of Freedom Watch

During the Ronald Reagan Administration, Voice of America (VOA), the nation’s international broadcast network, was used effectively to educate the Soviet people about the virtues of freedom. By all accounts, it played a huge roll in bringing down the Soviet empire from within, and providing freedom to its people, which had been enslaved by communism.

Now another despotic regime, even more evil than the Soviets, threatens not only its people, but the entire world. This is the radical Islamic regime in Iran, run by fanatical mullahs who are bent on the destruction of the Persian people, as well as Christians and Jews worldwide. These mullahs are perpetrating a modern day Holocaust, imprisoning, raping, torturing, and murdering anyone who dare complain about their brand of extreme Islam, or women’s or other human rights.
Read MoreVoice of America or Voice of Tehran

October 22, 2010

By Yervand Kochar

Very few works of art communicate the Armenian spirit—its strength and depth, its continuous pain and inexplicably persistent hope—to the degree it is communicated through the music of Vartabet Komitas and the art of Yervand Kochar.

Komitas and Kochar are, respectively, the musical and imaginative colossuses of the Armenian cultural psyche. Through their tragic lives and magnificent art, these artists manifested the undefeated spirit of the Armenian people and shed some precious light on the mystery of human perseverance against oppressive darkness and violence.

The lives, as much as the art, of Komitas and Kochar are navigational maps of the Armenian experience, a sublime alchemy of transforming a matter of base, brutal circumstances into a gold of spiritual ascendance.

Komitas was a victim of and witness to the Armenian Genocide, an experience that would eventually drive him into a dark corner of insanity and shorten the creative expression of one of the world’s most original and unique composers.
Read MoreKOMITAS and KOCHAR: The Music and Image of Undefeated Spirit

October 15, 2010

By Ronald W. Kirk
Theology Editor, Nordskog Publishing Inc.

As a long time teacher, I know how hard it is to get peoples’ attention—young people’s attention especially. Things like America’s early history, Pilgrims, Founding Fathers and Constitutions and such may not make much sense to those who live on the Internet, IPods, video games, texting, hanging out—whatever. Do I really have to listen to another geezer talking at me?

Let’s give this a try. Have you ever had trouble getting along with other people? Have you ever had a bully pick on you? Have you ever been hurt or troubled by others for apparently no good reason? No one likes being picked on by a bully. And by the way, why are there so many of them?!

Bullies have always been one of our biggest problems. This is so because of a problem deep inside every one of us. This problem is known as sin. Sin is something powerful and selfish. It controls us from birth.

When we were babies, we cried if we didn’t get our way instantly. We cried for no reason! We always wanted something. When we grew a little older, if we had a toy and our friend had a toy, we would want both toys! We would try to take them, and we would even hurt our friend, or brother or sister, just to get our own way, to get that toy. We always wanted attention. Attention might not make us happy, but we wanted it anyway.
Some of us had wise parents. They gently corrected us, little by little. Sometimes they even punished us to help us learn a better way. Jesus gave us the better way: Love God and love your neighbor. We love by doing things for the good of the other person. It is the exact opposite of selfishness.
Read MoreAn Introduction to Bullies and the U.S. Constitution for Young People

October 15, 2010
October 12, 2010
October 7, 2010

Lawyer, wife, five children shot to death after he tried to defend Christian

By Jeremy Reynalds
Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service

Islamic extremists killed a Christian lawyer, his wife and their five children in northwestern Pakistan this week for mounting a legal challenge against a Muslim who was charging a Christian exorbitant interest, local sources said. According to a story by Compass Direct News, police found the bodies of attorney and evangelist Edwin Paul and his family on Sept. 28 at their home in Haripur, a small town hear Abbotabad in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province (previously known as the North-West Frontier Province, or NWFP), according to Haripur Station House Officer (SHO) Maqbool Khan.

The victim and his wife Ruby Paul, along with their five children ages 6 to 17, had been shot to death.

“On Sept. 28 at around 8 a.m., we received a call from Sher Khan colony that people heard gunshots, and there was a group of people who ran from a house and drove away,” Compass reported Khan said. “We went and found seven bodies in a house.”
Read MoreMuslim Extremists Murder Christian Family in Pakistan

October 5, 2010

By Sharon Sebastian

Editor’s Note: Sharon Sebastian is an author, writer, public speaker ,and contributor to various forms of media including cultural and political broadcasts, print, and online websites. In addition to the heated global debate on creation vs. evolution, her second book, “Darwin’s Racists – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” highlights Social Darwinism’s impact on America’s political ideology today and its influence on current policy out of Washington ( Reviewers proclaim “Darwin’s Racists” a “Must Read,” “Incredibly Timely” and “Perhaps the Most Important Book in Publication Today,” as it addresses Social Darwinism’s national influence with its Marxist/Socialist underpinnings that directly impact the fractious political, educational, religious, and social environment in America today.

Obama a Christian? Millions of Christians pray nightly – “If only it were so.” Not just for the country, but for the man. God’s grace and mercy through Jesus Christ is the greatest of life’s blessings on all who profess Him as their Lord and Savior in adherence to God’s Word in the Bible. Less than that is a deception to self and others about being Christian. God’s Word warns of that deception. True Christians may prefer a president be Christian, knowing that such a person will strive to live by the Godly principles upon which this nation was founded, but they do not require that a President be Christian.
Read MoreObama a Christian? – A Closer Look

September 2, 2010

by Sharon Sebastian

Crisis is the dominant strategy of the Obama White House. Crisis is not only their basis for “change,” it is also a tool of distraction. While the American people are put in panic mode by the latest “emergency” or calamity by a seemingly wrought White House and media, crisis provides opportunity for Obama and cohorts to hurriedly implement their agendas. But, now as more and more Americans are paying attention, they are catching on.  They are discovering that at the root of America’s crisis is the very President himself.

Early on complaints were, albeit legitimate ones, that Obama lacks business acumen. That he has neither business experience nor an education in economics. It soon became apparent to Americans that neither was needed.  One does not need business experience or education to bring down an economy or to inflict a deepening “economic crisis.” Business acumen is not needed to empty the U.S. treasury, trample free enterprise, hamstring small businesses with healthcare regulation and impending taxes, squeeze the middle class, increase unemployment/entitlement lines, raise taxes that will kill jobs, place a moratorium on oil production that kills jobs, regulate independent fishermen out of business, and, based on fraudulent global warming, push for a Cap and Trade/EPA regulated energy bill that will bust the budgets of households across America.  That is the making of a good crisis.  Obama’s White House Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, is often quoted as never wanting a good “crisis to go to waste.”

Crisis in the making:  New

August 30, 2010

By Wiley Drake

When Obama wrote a book and said he was mentored as a youth by Frank, (Frank Marshall Davis) an avowed Communist, people said it didn’t matter.

When it was discovered that his grandparents, were strong socialists who sent Obama’s mother to a socialist school where she was introduced to Frank Marshall Davis. He was later introduced to young Barrack Hussein Obama, People said it didn’t matter.

When people found out that Barrack Hussein Obama was enrolled as a Muslim child in school and his father and stepfather were both Muslims, people said it didn’t matter.  When he wrote in another book he authored “I will stand with them (Muslims) should the political winds shift in an ugly direction” people said it didn’t matter.

When he admittedly, in his book, said he chose Marxist friends and professors in college– people said it didn’t matter.

When he traveled to Pakistan after college on an unknown
Read MoreThe Fundamental Transformation of America

August 27, 2010
August 18, 2010

Please note that the following article deals with subject matter only for discerning adults. — Ted

By Nathan Harden

When I first arrived at Yale, its beauty overwhelmed me. Strolling along under its high gothic towers, and listening to the sound of Carillon bells echo across the quad, I felt as though I were part of something high-minded – almost holy. It felt like a place where one could easily be inspired to contemplate, as Paul put it, “whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure” (Phil 4:8).

There were times, however, when the content of the Yale education did not live up to the uplifting contours of its architecture. At no point was this truer than during Yale’s biennial series of sex-themed special events known as “Sex Week at Yale.”

The event, usually referred to around campus as “SWAY,” has taken place at Yale every other year since 2002. I first experienced Sex Week as a student. This year, I returned to cover the event as a journalist.

Sex Week is billed primarily as an educational event. Its “educational” value, however, is somewhat doubtful – that is, unless one aspires to a career as a porn star. There were more than thirty events during Sex Week 2010. Porn stars or porn producers were the featured speakers or
Read MoreSex Week at Yale: Demeaning Women in the Name of Free Expression

August 16, 2010

By Tiffany Leeper

“Do not bite at the bait of pleasure till you know there is no hook beneath it.”

~ Thomas Jefferson

Do you remember the first time you realized that you loved your husband or boyfriend? Do you find yourself often visiting that special moment in your mind? Perhaps reminiscing about the better times. Sometimes those memories are the only things we have to remind us of how we knew them to be. . . before porn.

Because of their addiction, we want to hold on to those memories for dear life. Those memories of the good times, when you first met them, or when you knew you first loved them, you cherish. . . especially now. When you see a transformation in your husband or boyfriend, to the point that you don’t even recognize him anymore due to his addiction, there is such a sense of loss that sometimes can take years to overcome and truly grieve through.

How Porn Makes a Woman Feel

The thought of losing someone to a porn addiction is crippling and feels like the most severe emotional pain that could exist, especially if it results in the complete loss of the relationship. We know the detrimental effects of porn because of its chemical nature and effect on the brain and on one’s actions, demeanor, and
Read MoreMy Drug & His Poison

August 3, 2010
July 28, 2010
July 20, 2010

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher, and Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor

The news announcement Wednesday, July 7, 2010 that eight Christians were killed in Nigerian Muslim attacks is another example of fundamentalist Muslims under Sharia law doing what comes naturally – viciously murdering innocent people, especially Christians, Jews, Hindus, and Buddhists.

It has been said by the uneducated that all religions are the same – that there is no difference between Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, etc. . . . That doesn’t make any sense! That’s like saying all ice cream flavors taste the same. Or, better yet, all political opinions are the same. If that were true, what is everybody fighting about? And, why do ice cream companies make so many different flavors?

Mohammed, the alleged founder of the Muslim faith, was
Read MoreConfronting Islam: Divine Insights into God’s Truth for Today’s Biggest Challenge

July 14, 2010

By Diana Anderson

Physician and spiritual guru Deepak Chopra has the answers to all that ails you. As a resonant voice echoing through the mirrored, metaphysical halls of the New Age movement, Chopra believes that looking within to our inner gods and goddesses will release the divine life, which we all are capable of enjoying, from optimal health and happiness to transcendent peace and prosperity.

The problem lies in the inescapable fact that human beings are inherently sinful, hopelessly adrift, fundamentally foolish, and powerless, in our own strength, to reach even the remotest ring rippling from the epicenter of any ageless, amorphous universal energy from which, in Chopra’s view, all divinity flows.

The solution to the problem of sin and its harmful effects on humanity is
Read MoreDeepak Chopra and the Age-Old Problem with New Age Proselytizers

July 10, 2010

By Robin of Berkeley

So what is the matter with Obama? Conservatives have been asking this question for some time. I’ve written a number of articles trying to solve the mystery.

What's the matter with Obama?

Even some liberals are starting to wonder. James Carville railed about Obama’s blasé attitude after the catastrophic oil spill. The New York Times’ Maureen Dowd revamped Obama’s “Yes We Can” motto into “Will We Ever?”

The liberal women of the TV show “The View” have expressed sympathy for Michelle Obama’s living with a man so out of touch. Peggy Noonan, hardly a vehement Obama foe,  recently pronounced him
Read MoreA Shrink Asks: What’s Wrong with Obama?

July 8, 2010

By Sharon Sebastian

Government can suppress it, deride it, attempt to lay claim to it, but they cannot stop it. Talk show hosts are speaking of it, many are now calling for it and more Americans understand the necessity for it, whether they believe in it or not. There is an uprising, a movement, a need to return to God. From the founding of this great nation, our forefathers knew that our liberty and rights are gifts from our Creator.

“Can the liberties of a nation be sure when we remove their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people, that these liberties are a gift from God?Thomas Jefferson

Of late, talk show hosts such as Limbaugh, Beck, Levin, Larson, Gallagher, Cunningham and an array of others are now openly calling for a


July 5, 2010

Only about one-third of Americans take a strong stand when it comes to abortion, according to the Barna Research Group.

A recent survey of 1,001 adults by Barna shows that 19% of Americans believe the practice should be illegal in all cases while 15% want abortion to be legal in all cases. Regrettably, however, 49% prefer keeping abortion legal in most or all cases while 42% would like to make it illegal in most or all cases.

Interestingly, 78% of Christian evangelicals believe abortion Read MoreAbortion – The Great Moral Divide

July 4, 2010

By Larry Klayman, attorney

My grandfather, Isadore Klayman, a Jew, fled the Soviet Union as a young boy, entering this country legally though Ellis Island, as most immigrants did in the early part of the 20th century. Not knowing his birthday – the Ukraine was not big on record keeping, particularly for rural farm families – “Izzy” was asked by the government immigration officer to pick a date for his entry visa. Izzy’s reply, “I’ll take Christmas, December 25! If it’s good enough for Jesus, it’s good enough for me!”

Article author Larry Klayman at the Movieguide(R) Gala

My grandfather always felt very Jewish. In fact, he
Read MoreJesus: The Ultimate Freedom Fighter

July 3, 2010

By William J. Murray, Chairman, Religious Freedom Coalition

A short time before the passage of what is now known as Obama Care, I was one of a few people at a private lunch with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN), one of the premiere conservatives in the House. She is pro-life and pro-family, as well as fiscally conservative. She has a firm understanding of how the current entitlement culture is destroying not only the financial foundations, but the social foundations of our nation. During the lunch Congresswoman Bachmann asked me what might seem an odd question to some, unless they knew that I had myself been raised in an atheistic, Marxist home in the 1960’s. She wanted to know why liberals can maintain such an attitude of superiority even when their concepts have been proven wrong so often and have led to such disasters.

Insert you and your children into this picture. . . .

I responded to Michele that the liberal mind functions according to “magic thought” which allows them to believe that their very opinions prove they have “evolved” further than other humans. Ultimately, I told her,

June 30, 2010
I was born in one country, raised in another.My father was born in another country.I was not his only child.

He fathered several children with numerous women.

I became very close to my mother, as my father showed no interest in me.

My mother died at an early age from cancer.

Although my father deserted me and my mother raised me, I later wrote a book idolizing my father not my mother.

Later in life, questions arose over my real name.

My birth records were sketchy.

No one was able to produce a legitimate, reliable birth certificate.

Read MoreWHO AM I?

June 26, 2010
June 10, 2010

By Gary Moore

“Looking for a True Conservative: A conservative, in the best sense,

sees the world and its inhabitants as an interdependent organism…. And,

needless to say, an acceptable conservative is not one who thinks all the

answers are obvious but is a modest person who admits that problems are

not easily solved, that perfection is unattainable in this world and that it is

often necessary to admit mistakes, change one’s mind and start again.”

Paul Johnson


November 16, 2009
Several years ago I managed the retirement plan of Willow Creek Church, the mega-church outside Chicago. When I’d go there, a local evangelical radio station would have me do a show. One show was about how we might help the poor of the US and the world. I mentioned two ideas that I personally utilized. One was Opportunity International, on whose board I have served. It is a Christian micro-enterprise lending ministry also located just outside Chicago. It raises money here so it can make tiny loans of about $200 in the third world so the poor can start businesses. That idea has since boomed.

The other idea I mentioned was the South Shore Bank in Chicago, where I’ve had a CD for over twenty years. It was partially owned by Christian denominations as its mission was to bring money into the inner-city to rehabilitate affordable housing. This life-long conservative Christian liked that as it created jobs, thereby getting people off welfare. In addition, Read MoreScrewtape Makes Deep Advance by Surprising Right Flank

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If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?  (Psalms 11:3)

By Neil Markva, Attorney

With state and federal governments now tagging Bible-believing Christians as “extremists” whom citizens must be wary, it’s time to examine the Biblical basis of Christianity and its role in our nation’s Christian heritage.  For America has fallen from the pinnacle of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” marked as God-given unalienable rights in our founding document, the Declaration of Independence, to the point of imposed  government’s complete control of our lives.

In 1828, Noah Webster published the American Dictionary of the English Language after 28 years of compiling it.  The introduction of its 1967 reproduction states that the dictionary “was produced during the years when the American home, church and school were established upon a Biblical and a patriotic basis.”  Webster is quoted as saying:

In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be instructed…. no truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people….

Webster echoes the words of Jesus in His great commission to his disciples when He said, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth.”  He announces His authority in heaven as the Son of God and on earth as the Son of Man created with dominion over the earth and everything in it. Read MoreScriptural Christianity