It’s the End of Celebrities Fawning over the White House as We Knew It, and I Feel Fine
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It’s the End of Celebrities Fawning over the White House as We Knew It, and I Feel Fine

    Rosie O’Donnell fully supports “imposing martial law” to prevent Donald Trump from taking office on Friday. Foul-mouthed comedienne Amy Schumer calls the president-elect an “orange, sexual assaulting, fake-college-starting monster,” while Cher quips, “Support him!? I’d rather chew glass.” Johnny Depp, convinced Trump will end the country as we know it, said he will…

Tomorrow Is Coming⎯and God Will Still Be on His Throne
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Tomorrow Is Coming⎯and God Will Still Be on His Throne

A friend of mine remarked about the historic World Series victory by the Cubs—he said that he knew some one who didn’t like Chicago or Cleveland: they were diehard Braves fans, still grousing that Atlanta hadn’t made it to the finals. In the disciplines of philosophy and logic, pulling for the team that’s not even…

The “FAILING GRADE” Earned By Political Correctness
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The “FAILING GRADE” Earned By Political Correctness

Recent controversies over transgender bathrooms and whether or not people should be expected to behave in accord with the gender of their birth is one more reminder of the pivotal questions of our times: Does truth exist? How does it apply to all people? Carefully think about the implications of how we answer this: “Are there universal moral truths applicable to every one?” America’s Founders certainly accepted the realities of truth and personal accountability before its author¾ God. They often referred to, “the laws of nature and nature’s God.” That a Biblically-informed moral and spiritual DNA permeated our nation from the beginning are uncomfortable facts for political, academic, and social progressives today.