In this age marked by cultural brokenness and political division, it can be easy for Christians to shake our heads in resignation to this seemingly discouraging predicament and say, “God’s Kingdom is obviously not here right now.” Or is it? In the Gospel of Luke, the Pharisees ask Jesus when the Kingdom of God will […]
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One of the most important religious freedom laws in America turns 25 this Friday. But will it make it to 26? House Democrats are doing everything it can to ensure it doesn’t. A quarter of a century ago, nothing about religious liberty was controversial. In fact, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) was so popular […]
California’s Nancy Pelosi (D) has been waiting to get her hands back on the House speaker’s gavel for nearly a decade. Now that she might, it’s obvious how she plans to use it: as a hammer on the values of everyday Americans. Democrats have to know how voters feel about their radical social agenda. (If […]
There are plenty of threats to democracy, but what happens in the voting booth shouldn’t be one of them! Tell that to the people of Florida. Days after the media called the Senate and governor’s races for Rick Scott (R) and Ron DeSantis (R), election officials have suddenly “found” tens of thousands of Democratic votes. […]
In the last 48 hours, there’s been a lot of speculation about what motivated voters to give back control of the House to Democrats. But based on exit polling, we can tell you one thing: it isn’t their radical social policy. Some Americans may be frustrated by GOP leaders or at odds with Donald Trump, […]
Keep your eye on the prize and run to win! That was Paul’s charge to the Corinthians in pursuing the call of God upon their lives. Knowing their love of sports, he told them they should run with the same determination, discipline, and focus that they would use to win the prize in the Isthmian games held in Corinth. […]
There are 600 miles – and the entire Trump administration – standing between the migrant caravan and the border. The 3,600 people hoping to cross into the U.S. will have to get past border patrol, the American military, and the rule of law. Despite the odds, one extremist group thinks it can beat them – […]
People like Massachusetts State Rep. Paul Tucker (D) want you to think no one gets hurt when states open bathrooms to everyone. But he’ll have a tougher time arguing that now with an incident right in Boston’s backyard. In five days, voters in the Bay State will decide if they want to keep putting women and children […]
Not everyone is waiting until next Tuesday to have their say in the midterm elections. As of yesterday, a whopping 24 million votes had already been cast — blowing past the early voting total from 2014 (21 million). If there’s one thing both sides have going for them, it’s enthusiasm. With people flooding polling places, […]
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Family Research Council Action PAC launched a social media blitz today in response to congressional candidate Sean Casten’s praise of Dan Savage, an X-rated sex columnist who once said he wished Republicans “were all [expletive] dead.” In what looks to be one of the closest U.S. House races in the country, Casten is challenging incumbent Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) […]
Dr. Miroslav Djordjevic is not your normal physician. He came to fame more than two decades ago, making a name for himself as one of the world’s premiere genital reconstruction surgeons. After years of helping men and women transition into a body they weren’t born with, he’s started to realize something: the procedure called sex […]
Is it a blue wave? A purple wave? A trickle — a tsunami? In 15 days we’ll find out. But one thing we do know: Republicans are a lot more energized than people gave them credit for. Some polls, including this FiveThirtyEight projection, still have the Democrats winning the U.S. House, but early voting trends make it clear: […]
Polling has changed a lot in the last several years. And 16 days out from one of the most significant midterm elections in history, it’s important to know how. If you’re like most Americans, you don’t know which headlines to believe. You can see two surveys on the same party the same day with dramatically […]
Under Barack Obama, the biggest threat to our military might have been the policies of the man in charge of it. From the toppling of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” to the rollout of open transgenderism, most service members couldn’t wait to get back to the business of warfighting. In 2016, they got their wish. After […]
For the team behind the movie Gosnell, opening day was supposed to be a relief. Producer Ann McElhinney said, “I thought the other day when the film came out, ‘Oh good! We’re safe now!’ We’re not even slightly safe.” That’s just one of the shocking revelations she shared on “Washington Watch” about what the industry is doing right […]