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    An Allowance the Left Keeps Raising
    October 25, 2018

    Bishop Edward Peecher asks himself three major questions in evaluating his role as a pastor and the work of Chicago Embassy Church, located in southside Chicago: "Is it going to make a difference in the city? Are we going to communicate the truth of the gospel? Is somebody going to be helped?" (continue reading...)

    Divided We Fall
    October 24, 2018

    No one was hurt, but this morning's news that suspicious packages had been found at the addresses of Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, CNN headquarters, and others was no less shocking. The idea that there could be more violence, more threats, more outbursts than we've already witnessed this election cycle is more than most Americans can bear. (continue reading...)

    Feeding the Soul in Hurricane Country
    October 24, 2018

    America's had a little too much practice in the area of disaster relief -- especially lately. After two hurricanes tore through the South and East Coast, the devastation seems to be everywhere. In Florida and the Carolinas, there seem to be just miles of wasteland where people's homes and lives used to be. (continue reading...)

    Dodged Caravan: Dems Still Silent on Migrants
    October 24, 2018

    To some people, it's a mile-long crowd in the middle of Mexico, slowly snaking toward the U.S. border. To others, it's the perfect GOP campaign ad -- a living, breathing picture of where the Left's lawlessness has led. Regardless of which side you're on, the visual is daunting. (continue reading...)

    Bakers Cause a Stir at SCOTUS
    October 23, 2018

    When baker Jack Phillips won his case at the U.S. Supreme Court, it was a huge victory for religious liberty -- but it was just one slice of the pie. Christians like Aaron and Melissa Klein were thrilled for Jack when the June ruling came down, but not because it meant the end of their own battle. (continue reading...)

    LGBT Plays the Erase Card
    October 23, 2018

    The media has an interesting way of interpreting things. When Barack Obama ignored the law, he was a hero. When Donald Trump enforces it, he's cruel. That same pattern of reporting continued yesterday when pockets of LGBT activists gathered outside the White House to protest a return to the Title IX statute that the last administration unilaterally rewrote. (continue reading...)

    Old News: Gender Isn't Neutral
    October 22, 2018

    This isn't exactly the age of responsible journalism -- so this weekend's New York Times probably doesn't surprise anyone. But for every American sick of fake news (and according to polls, that's everyone), Sunday's headline was one for the record books. (continue reading...)

    Circleville Helps Shape Our Ohio Tour
    October 22, 2018

    The Values Bus might have actually passed more pumpkins this weekend than mile-markers! During our busy weekend through Ohio, I had a chance to join our team (and about 100,000 other people) for the famous Circleville Pumpkin Show.  (continue reading...)

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