After the shootings -- look to culture, not politics

There is a sickness in the soul of our nation, and that sickness plays its way through and winds up expressed in deadly, pathological acts of lonely, lost, confused individuals -- disproportionately, young males.

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American flag stands for freedom, not racism

Betsy Ross was a member of the Quakers who were the first group in America to formally protest slavery and the slave trade.

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Ilhan Omar's ideological attacks on two Christian pastors

Congresswoman Omar is blinded by hate for the nation to which she had the privilege of immigrating.

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Hayley Tschetter is a Hero

'The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.'

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Alabama and Georgia abortion laws on right track

A society in which sanctity of life is respected is a society that appreciates that we are all part of something larger than ourselves.

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The suicidal Equality Act of 2019

Religious freedom goes out the window if this bill becomes law.

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Parental choice in education is vital

Did removing the Bible from education improve our public schools, making them more value neutral? Certainly not.

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Family breakdown explains social unrest

Weakening of the family generally occurs in an environment of weakening of religion.

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Pro-Abortion Left vs. Kavanaugh

Culture wars can turn into physical wars. It happened once in America. Can it happen again?

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King's Dream still relevant today

In addition to higher education and full-time work, the study ties three institutions to successful black men — military service, church attendance and marriage.

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