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    Trump Puts Fed Wokeness to Sleep
    September 8, 2020

    President Trump took another step toward fulfilling his promise to "Drain the Swamp" on Friday when he authorized Office of Management and Budget Director Russell Vought to ensure that federal agencies no longer hold "woke" re-education trainings. The memo directs agency heads to "cease and desist from using taxpayer dollars to fund these divisive, un-American propaganda training sessions." (continue reading...)


    Pastor Stands against Uneven Standard
    September 8, 2020

    Like thousands of pastors around the country, Jack Trieber has had to make difficult decisions over the last six months concerning his church. In early March, when the coronavirus pandemic hit California, the Senior Pastor of North Valley Baptist Church followed the guidance of local and state officials and suspended church gatherings and events. However, after six months of not being able to gather, Trieber decided it was time to re-open. (continue reading...)


    Mulan Rouge: Disney Film Betrays a Shade of Red China
    September 8, 2020

    Coinciding with its long-anticipated release, Disney's live-action remake of Mulan has become the source of mounting international controversy. Fans of Disney's 1998 animated tale of a young Chinese woman who disguised herself as a man to fight the Huns in her ailing father's place may find themselves disappointed in the way Disney created the film. (continue reading...)


    'It's Not a Reformation, It's a Revolution'
    September 4, 2020

    When the citizens are marching in the streets with guns to protect their property, we've got a big problem. Lawlessness is breaking out around the country -- Seattle, Portland, even Washington, D.C. Roving bands are hounding diners at restaurants if they won't salute Black Lives Matter. (continue reading...)


    The Election Started Today. Here Are Five Things to Remember.
    September 4, 2020

    While the campaigns are, in many ways, still getting warmed up, the 2020 election officially started today when North Carolina became the first state to mail ballots to voters. The early start date is yet another reminder that mail will be one of the biggest storylines in the 2020 election. Will people receive their ballots? Can voters depend on the mail system to return their ballots? (continue reading...)


    From Billy to Franklin: The New War on Prayer
    September 4, 2020

    It seems like a parallel universe now, but at the time it seemed perfectly normal. In 1988, Billy Graham gave a nonpartisan prayer at the Democratic National Convention, and it was received respectfully and without controversy. In those days, a respected pastor saying a prayer at a nationally televised political convention was seen as a matter of course, no matter what their personal political leanings might be. (continue reading...)


    Law and Order Is for Everyone
    September 3, 2020

    Calling for law and order was never controversial -- until President Trump did it. And now that his message is resonating in America, the media has decided: restoring order isn't just controversial, but racist too. In one of the most absurd attacks on the administration since June, the Associated Press has decided that public safety is the cry of the prejudiced. But by column's end, it was their own biases that were laid bare, not Trump's. (continue reading...)


    Will Our Votes Be Counted?
    September 3, 2020

    How big of a concern is mail-in voter fraud in the November election? In a CNN interview yesterday, U.S. Attorney General William Barr pointed out the very serious problems with proposed state-wide, or "universal" mail-in ballot systems because of the pandemic: "We are playing with fire." (continue reading...)


    Burnt by Hate, Responding with Love
    September 3, 2020

    "My heart just dropped." Scott Carpenter said it was "devastating" to watch the riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin. His father had started a business selling office furniture out of his garage 42 years ago. On Washington Watch with Tony Perkins, Scott explained how he had taken over the family business -- that is, until the rioters burned his building and his entire inventory to the ground. (continue reading...)


    DOE Moves to Give Girls a Sporting Chance
    September 2, 2020

    If there's one thing the Biden-Harris ticket isn't usually accused of, it's not being radical enough. But Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), one of the most outspoken extremists in America, is being raked over the coals for not making transgenderism a bigger priority. That's a shock, most observers would say, since the liberal duo hasn't just made it a big priority -- they've made it their first priority. (continue reading...)


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