By Steve DeaceThe destruction of the most fundamentally important institution of a civil society has been anointed by five pagan shamans on..
The Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges that established homosexual marriage as national policy is unambiguously wrong on at..
By Steve DeaceYesterday, in response to my post about the church failing to disciple a generation, Florida pastor Uri Brito asked me..
When a court speaks, and casts a culture into the abyss. What’s next for law and liberty with Matt Barber and Ed Martin of Eagle Forum. Thinning the herd, or How the 2016 contenders responded to the SCOTUS marriage opinion. Ray Comfort previews his new film, Audacity.
“This decision is unfortunately the law of the land.” Watch for some variation of that statement from prominent GOP figures. ..
For Christians who believe the Bible is God’s Word, what should we do when laws are passed or upheld that..
Today, the Supreme Court made the decision to legalize gay marriage throughout our nation. While it deeply grieves me to..
This Week’s Sign the Apocalypse is upon us
By Todd ErzenThe community orgy turns things up to 11…. Reaction has been swift and strong to the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision..
Bobby Jindal’s presidential announcement speech. It’s official — we’re no longer a Constitutional republic. Looking ahead to the Supreme Court’s marriage opinion. GOP establishment backs down on punishing Congressman Mark Meadows. South Carolina state senator Chip Campsen tells us how his state is healing and coming together after the Charleston shootings.
On JUNE 25, 1824, James Madison wrote to Henry Lee: “I entirely concur in the propriety of resorting to the..
With a Republican Party that fights just as hard for the liberal agenda as the Democrat Party, the remaining argument..
People who like the outcome of King v. Burwell today have no refuge in law. There is no firmament beneath..
The rush by online retailer Amazon to eliminate any non-book products bearing the Confederate flag appears to have claimed several..
At the close of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787, a woman allegedly approached Benjamin Franklin and asked, “Well,..