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    Dems and Iran: The Best of Enemies
    January 7, 2020

    First, Democrats accuse Donald Trump of not acting presidential enough. Then, when he does the most presidential thing of all -- protecting Americans from a violent terrorist -- they complain. When the White House's air strike took out one of the biggest threats to the West, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-N.Y.) called him a "monster." And she wasn't referring to dead Iranian leader General Qasem Soleimani. She was talking about Trump. (continue reading...)


    Planned Parenthood: Abortions-R-Us
    January 7, 2020

    For once, Planned Parenthood is being honest about its number-one mission: abortion. And thanks to the organization's latest annual report, Americans are seeing just how profitable that mission has been. (continue reading...)


    Stand Courageous in 2020!
    January 7, 2020

    It's not easy to be a man in today's culture. But no matter where you are in life as a father or grandfather -- whether you're single or married, a son or brother, God has called you to a specific role. And that's tough, especially now, with biblical masculinity under assault. General Boykin and I talked about this not too long ago in a special segment on "Washington Watch." (continue reading...)


    Miami Voice: Evangelicals Speak out in Florida
    January 6, 2020

    "I may not be perfect," President Trump admitted, "but I get things done." And for many voters, including evangelicals, that's what matters. In fact, for the thousands of supporters packed into Miami's Ministerio Internacional El Rey Jesús last Friday, it was probably the best explanation yet for the strong bond between Christians and this White House. Unlike the media, who can't seem to understand the appeal of this president to his most enthusiastic base, evangelicals would say it's simple: promises made, promises kept. And they have three years of examples to prove it. (continue reading...)


    National Slavery and Human Trafficking Month: What You Need to Know
    January 6, 2020

    For the 11th straight year, January has been declared National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Through a presidential proclamation issued on December 31, President Trump intends to raise awareness about the estimated 24.9 million adults and children who "are trapped in a form of modern slavery around the world, including in the United States," and to prevent the future trafficking of many more people who may be vulnerable. As we enter January 2020, National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month is an opportunity for Americans to learn about the human rights violations happening all around them -- even in plain sight. (continue reading...)


    U.S. Gets off on the Wrong Foote with Zambia
    January 6, 2020

    President Trump doesn't share a lot of Barack Obama's views -- especially when it comes to the mission of the State Department. After eight years, it was obvious that the 44th president was more interested in domineering than diplomacy. Even now, pockets of his cultural imperialism live on, deep inside the agency that Trump has tried desperately to clean up. (continue reading...)


    'The Light Shines in Darkness'
    December 23, 2019

    Have you ever been to a place that's really, really dark? I've had that experience a few times. Once, I was traveling in the desert at night -- miles from any town -- and as the sun went down, the darkness became absolutely profound. Most of us live around the lights of cities and houses and rarely see real darkness. As the night matured, the brilliance of the light from the countless stars pierced the black of that desert night. The sight was astonishingly breathtaking. (continue reading...)


    Mark Meadows: A Statesman of Character
    December 20, 2019

    Among the many things I've observed in my nearly two decades here in D.C. is that criticism flows freely while words of affirmation are usually reserved for funerals. We have tried to buck that trend at FRC by recognizing those who serve well. We honor them at events and express appreciation to leaders who do the right thing. (continue reading...)


    Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics
    December 20, 2019

    "Who am I"? Could this most basic of questions be at the heart of what is driving the identity politics that dominate our present cultural and political moment? Author and Senior Fellow at the Faith and Reason Institute Mary Eberstadt has written a provocative and challenging new book, Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics, which proposes and develops this novel theory. (continue reading...)


    Christianity Today Impeaches Its Credibility
    December 20, 2019

    Yesterday, Mark Galli, the outgoing editor-in-chief of Christianity Today published a scathing editorial calling for President Trump to be removed from office. Within hours, the article went viral as the mainstream media rushed to capitalize on what they believed was an opportunity to exploit a divide in President Trump's evangelical supporters. The article was shared on social media so many times that CT's website temporarily crashed and throughout much of today "Christianity Today," "evangelical," and "Billy Graham" while maybe not the best indicator of interest, those terms were ranked higher on Twitter's list of trending stories than last night's Democratic debate. (continue reading...)


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