Will Democrats Learn?

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This year, the Democrats held forth for your consideration Joe Kennedy III, who bravely drew his silver spoon on behalf of blue-collar wage-earners, the military, and law enforcement, but also in defense of Dreamers, the transgendered, and feminist protest-marchers.

March 1, 2018


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Our cutesy little undeclared acts of war, known to a sufficient extent by all of the politicians who are demonizing a guilty Russia for political gain, undermine confidence in our sincerity.

August 1, 2017

Don’t Just Wound It: Kill It

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The Department of Education must be destroyed. This holdover from the Carter administration costs us $80 billion per year, for which we have received in return a centralized educational bureaucracy beholden to wildly leftist teachers’ unions and the proliferation of ignorance.  Cut this monstrous budget in half, and federal spending on education is still not […]

March 1, 2017

A P.C. Little Christmas

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In Sarasota, Florida, just days before All Hallow’s Eve, the University Town Center Mall got caught with its red-velvet trousers down. It was then that choral groups scheduled to perform at the UTC Mall during the Christmas Shopping Season received the glad tidings that there was to be “no recognizable Christian music” sung.

November 20, 2016

We’re All Extremists Now

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The Obama administration is careful not to define extremism because, if it did, we might be able to evaluate the definition. We are simply supposed to know what it means, and if we claim that we don’t know, we might just be extremists ourselves.

July 13, 2016

Reaping the Whirlwind With Charlie Hebdo

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A handful of Muslims brutally murdered some French cartoonists for blaspheming their holy man. Have we learned something new from this? Yes, it turns out Muslims (well, the fundamentalist types, not many, but more than you’d think, although not the majority, but a significant number, in no way “all,” but in some sense “all”) don’t […]

January 8, 2015

Evangelical Theologian

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Theology, Dr. Harold O.J. Brown insisted, “is, to a large extent, a reaction against heresy.” The Church proclaims Her truth, based on revelation, and men “take it out of context” or perceive it to be “inadequate or unsatisfying.” Thus, for him, heresy has a “positive side,” for it stimulates careful theological discussion and formulation. And that formulation, in turn, guards and preserves the “faith once delivered to the saints.”

September 1, 2007