Chuck Baldwin (2021)
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    Conservative Vs. Liberal No Longer An Issue
    Let's get real. The political battle between conservatives and liberals is no longer an issue worth discussing. Except for rhetoric, there is little substantive difference between them. The hype, scare tactics, and fear mongering used by both sides is merely for the purpose of raising money and ...
    Published: Friday, June 3, 2005 :: Columns :: 3748 Views ::Article Rating
    Christians No Different From The World
    Recently, pollster George Barna released his research regarding the beliefs and conduct of today's Christians. The results are shocking! According to Barna, only 9% of America's born again Christians have a Biblical worldview. Only 9%! To determine a Biblical worldview, Barna used the follo...
    Published: Wednesday, June 1, 2005 :: Columns :: 3898 Views ::Article Rating
    Republican Appointed Justices Are Seldom Conservatives
    All the brouhaha over President George W. Bush's judicial appointments and Democratic Senators attempt to block those appointments is merely the latest example of partisan politics. In matters of substance and ideology, there really isn't much to get excited about. The idea that Bush is app...
    Published: Tuesday, May 24, 2005 :: Columns :: 2993 Views ::Article Rating
    Neo-Cons Are Pro-War Because They Don’t Have To See It Up Close And Personal
    People who know me know that I am anything but a pacifist. I wholeheartedly support the right and duty of America to defend itself. I further support the right and duty of individuals to defend themselves, which is why I am such a strong proponent of the Second Amendment. Accordingly, I fully suppo...
    Published: Friday, May 20, 2005 :: Columns :: 5924 Views ::Article Rating
    Speech Delivered Before the State of Ohio Reform Party Annual Convention – Part Three: Restore The Constitution
    Recently, I wrote a column entitled, "You Know Things Are In Bad Shape When Jay Leno Makes More Sense Than Either Kerry Or Bush." I was referring to something comedian Jay Leno said in his opening monologue on The Tonight Show. He said, "They keep talking about drafting a constitution...
    Published: Wednesday, May 18, 2005 :: Columns :: 3175 Views ::Article Rating
    Darth Vader And G.W. Bush: A Common Vision Of Empire?
    The entertainment world is all abuzz with the release of the final Star Wars episode. "Star Wars: Episode III-Revenge of the Sith" is the final installment of the popular sci-fi saga which has spanned more than two decades and has captured the imagination of young and old alike. One of th...
    Published: Tuesday, May 17, 2005 :: Columns :: 3695 Views ::Article Rating
    My Home School Commencement Speech
    I was honored to be the Commencement Speaker at the West Florida Home Schools Graduation Ceremony and delivered this speech on May 14th, 2005 to hundreds of family members and friends of the graduating class. The home school movement is one of the bright spots in American life today. This was a grea...
    Published: Saturday, May 14, 2005 :: Speeches & Interviews :: 5523 Views ::Article Rating
    America’s Basic Problem Is A Pastor Problem
    This column is especially difficult for me to write. Being a pastor for thirty years, I have come to know, love, and appreciate hundreds of fellow ministers. In fact, some of the dearest friends I have on earth are pastors. Beyond that, since I am a veteran pastor, I know firsthand the trials and a...
    Published: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 :: Columns :: 3246 Views ::Article Rating
    Another Foreign Policy Debacle?
    One of the reasons many Americans are fed up with our government's incessant military forays overseas is due to the manner in which Uncle Sam spends billions of dollars propping up various dictatorships only later to ask our sons (and daughters) to fight and die in an attempt to overthrow those ...
    Published: Friday, May 6, 2005 :: Columns :: 2989 Views ::Article Rating
    With Republicans Like These, Who Needs Democrats?
    My friend Howard Phillips recently wrote a column outlining the philosophy and historical track record of the Republican Party since George W. Bush became President. Sad to say, even a cursory review of this record reveals the fact that the Republican Party in Washington, D.C., has become little mor...
    Published: Wednesday, May 4, 2005 :: Columns :: 2833 Views ::Article Rating
    Republican Leadership Seeks To Ensconce Judicial Tyranny
    Speaking to church groups around the country, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist tried to rally support for President Bush's judicial nominees. In so doing, Frist promoted his intention to change Senate rules in order to prevent Democrats from using filibusters to delay Senate votes on presidenti...
    Published: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 :: Columns :: 2988 Views ::Article Rating
    There Must Never Be Another Waco
    On February 28, 1993, agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) began their illegal assault on the home of the Branch Davidians outside Waco, Texas. An unarmed David Koresh was shot by BATF agents as he stepped onto his front porch. A shootout resulted with several deaths on both...
    Published: Tuesday, April 19, 2005 :: Columns :: 2766 Views ::Article Rating
    Let’s Hear It For “Doctor Control”
    My friend Derry Brownfield recently carried an article in his newsletter written by Nathan Tabor for News It bears repeating. "According to statistics provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, there is an interesting correlation between accidental deaths caused by ...
    Published: Friday, April 15, 2005 :: Columns :: 2707 Views ::Article Rating
    Patriotism Does Not Mean Love Of Big Government Or Support For A President
    A strange metamorphosis has taken place in America, especially among conservatives. From its original definition of love of country, especially love for the founding principles of the country, patriotism has morphed into a love for bigger and bigger government. It seems that to most conservatives to...
    Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 :: Columns :: 4305 Views ::Article Rating
    Turning Men Into Milquetoasts
    The failure of Florida Governor Jeb Bush to exercise his executive authority to intervene on behalf of Terri Schiavo is just the latest example of how America's chief executives seem to lack the will to decisively act during moments of moral crisis. In fact, it seems that America's men in ge...
    Published: Tuesday, April 5, 2005 :: Columns :: 3036 Views ::Article Rating
    The “I’m Offended” Germ Seems To Have Infected Everyone
    Never in my life have I witnessed a generation of people so easily offended. It's an epidemic! Furthermore, the "I'm offended" disease has infected virtually everyone without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, or political persuasion. Everyone, it seems, has come down with the ma...
    Published: Friday, April 1, 2005 :: Columns :: 3803 Views ::Article Rating
    Terri Schiavo Isn’t The Only One Dying-So Is Lady Liberty!
    How is it possible? How could it happen in the United States of America? We could understand it if this happened in Nazi Germany or in Stalin's Russia or in Mao's China, but how could it happen in America? How can a nation whose core principles protect the rights of life and liberty for eve...
    Published: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 :: Columns :: 3630 Views ::Article Rating
    Christ Lives, And So Will America, As Long As We Honor Him!
    The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead separates our Lord from all the world's messiahs and separates Christianity from all the world's religions. Furthermore, the resurrection of Christ Jesus also separates the United States of America from every other nation on earth. Therefore, i...
    Published: Friday, March 25, 2005 :: Columns :: 2751 Views ::Article Rating
    “Packaged News” or Propaganda?
    Reuters News recently reported, "President Bush said on Wednesday [March 16, 2005] that the U.S. government's practice of sending packaged news stories to local television stations was legal and he no plans to cease it. "His defense of the packages, which are designed to look like tel...
    Published: Tuesday, March 22, 2005 :: Columns :: 3002 Views ::Article Rating
    Theology Means Little When It Comes To Activism
    As most of my readers probably know, I am a pre-millennial Baptist. That means I am dispensational in my understanding of eschatology. Yes, Gertrude, I believe in the Rapture. However, many of my Christian friends hold to Covenant or Reformed Theology and are post-millennial in their understanding o...
    Published: Friday, March 18, 2005 :: Columns :: 3152 Views ::Article Rating
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