Month: January 2013

January 28, 2013

The recent box office mega-hit ‘The Hunger Games’ caused a groundswell of controversy with kid-on-kid violence being a central element of the plot. Many commentators and concerned citizens spoke out to voice their belief that the visual theatrical depiction of kid-on-kid violence would have a much more detrimental societal effect than simply reading about it.

While it is much too early to quantitatively prove or disprove those assertions, we are able to measure a broad range of reactions among ‘Hunger Games’ movie watchers and ‘Hunger Games’ book readers.

January 14, 2013

By Jerry Newcombe

In March 2010, ObamaCare was held up for a while in the House because there was a handful of Democratic Congressmen who were pro-life. Bart Stupak, former congressman from Michigan, led this group.

January 10, 2013
January 10, 2013

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

The critics and naysayers are upset. They don’t like it when we, or people like Gov. Mike Huckabee and the Rev. Franklin Graham, say that the rejection of God, Jesus, the Bible, and God’s Law is a far bigger problem than the proliferation of guns.

January 5, 2013

When the foundations are being destroyed, 

what can the righteous do?” 

– Ps.11:3

America is at a crossroads.  What happens politically and culturally the next four years may determine whether this land conceived in liberty will remain a free nation.

January 5, 2013