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    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 :: 3000 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 :: 2638 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 :: 2013 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 :: 2211 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 :: 2329 Views ::Article Rating
    Terri Schiavo Case Portends An Ominous Future For America
    It is extremely difficult to believe, but it appears that the State of Florida will order a young woman to be slowly starved to death. I'm referring to Terri Schiavo, of course. Most of my readers are probably somewhat, if not thoroughly, familiar with the Terri Schiavo story. Terri was left se...
    Published: Wednesday, March 16, 2005 :: Columns :: 2161 Views ::Article Rating
    Is The Religious Right Gullible, Naive, or Willingly Ignorant?
    It is time to ask some hard questions about the preponderance of leaders and organizations commonly identified as the Religious Right. Are they gullible, naïve, or willingly ignorant? How can anyone who truly believes that unborn babies deserve the right to life continue to support President George ...
    Published: Friday, March 11, 2005 :: Columns :: 6086 Views ::Article Rating
    Forget Political Labels: They Mean Nothing
    Conservative. Liberal. Moderate. Political labels are thrown around constantly in an attempt to define a person's ideology. The problem is, political labels are absolutely meaningless today. Absolutely meaningless! The reality of the situation is, neither conservatives nor liberals differ on ma...
    Published: Friday, March 4, 2005 :: Columns :: 2124 Views ::Article Rating
    Let Me Tell You About My Dad
    My father, Edwin J. Baldwin, was born on March 1, 1907. This was the same year that "The Duke" John Wayne was born. However, my father, though only 5' 6" tall, outlived the 6' 4" actor by some fourteen years. Dad was born in the little village of Lake, Michigan, but move...
    Published: Tuesday, March 1, 2005 :: Columns :: 2868 Views ::Article Rating
    The Era Of Big Government Is Back
    Many of us remember President Bill Clinton saying in 1996, "The era of big government is over." Of course, that statement was made on the heels of the famous congressional elections of 1994 when a hearty band of 73 freshman Republicans swept into the House of Representatives promising to r...
    Published: Tuesday, February 22, 2005 :: Columns :: 2877 Views ::Article Rating
    All My 2004 Columns Now Available On CD
    Because readers are constantly asking me if there is someplace where they can access my past columns, I have decided to put together a CD containing all of my columns for the year 2004. Therefore, with the able assistance of my staff, I am now able to make this CD available to my readers. You can n...
    Published: Tuesday, February 15, 2005 :: Columns :: 2019 Views ::Article Rating
    America Not Among Top Ten Freest
    In a recent column, I noted how Americans have lost numerous freedoms since George W. Bush became president. Of course, the reality of the situation is, the federal government has been increasingly encroaching upon the liberties of the American people for decades. Unfortunately, that trend only seem...
    Published: Friday, February 11, 2005 :: Columns :: 2165 Views ::Article Rating
    More Faithful Conservatives
    After my initial list of twenty-five (actually, the number was twenty-eight) faithful conservatives was published last week, I have been inundated with people suggesting their own lists. This is wonderful! It is wonderful to know that there remains 7,000 principled patriots who have not bowed the kn...
    Published: Tuesday, February 8, 2005 :: Columns :: 2028 Views ::Article Rating
    Twenty-Five Faithful Conservatives
    Time Magazine recently published a story in which they named the twenty-five most influential evangelicals in America. The list included those people whom the magazine determined to be the most influential Christian conservatives within the Bush administration. The Time list: Howard and Roberta Ahm...
    Published: Friday, February 4, 2005 :: Columns :: 2030 Views ::Article Rating
    Freedoms Lost Under G.W. Bush
    Supporters and apologists for President G.W. Bush will often assail my assertion that the Bush administration has done more to dismantle constitutional protections of our liberties than any president in modern memory. It seems that these people believe that until federal Storm Troopers knock down th...
    Published: Tuesday, February 1, 2005 :: Columns :: 2262 Views ::Article Rating
    You Might Be A Constitutionalist If…
    More than thirty years as a student of American history, constitutional government, and the Holy Bible leads me to the conviction that the two major political parties in this country are equally culpable in stripping America of its founding principles. In my opinion, both the Democrat and Republican...
    Published: Friday, January 28, 2005 :: Columns :: 4190 Views ::Article Rating
    A Review Of The President’s Inaugural Address
    Yesterday, President G.W. Bush took the oath of office and delivered his second inaugural address. As political speeches go, this one was rather brief only consuming four typewritten pages. Following are excerpts along with my abbreviated comments. "I am determined to fulfill the oath that I h...
    Published: Friday, January 21, 2005 :: Columns :: 2161 Views ::Article Rating
    A Salute To Lee And Jackson
    January is often referred to as "Generals Month" as no less than four famous Confederate Generals claimed January as their birth month: James Longstreet (Jan. 8, 1821), Robert E. Lee (Jan. 19, 1807), Thomas Jonathan Jackson (Jan. 21, 1824), and George Pickett (Jan. 28, 1825). Two of these ...
    Published: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 :: Columns :: 3041 Views ::Article Rating
    I Did Not Relinquish My Citizenship When I Became A Pastor
    One of the great fallacies in America today is the assumption that because one is involved in church ministry he is disqualified from being involved in political affairs. This is totally contrary to the values and principles that made this nation great. If one will read American history, he or she ...
    Published: Tuesday, January 11, 2005 :: Columns :: 3005 Views ::Article Rating
    Serious Questions Need To Be Answered About Alberto Gonzales
    Alberto Gonzales is President George W. Bush's choice to be America's next Attorney General. Gonzales is one of Bush's most trusted friends and advisors. It was often speculated that President Bush would nominate him to the U.S. Supreme Court. However, as Bush's pick for Attorney Gen...
    Published: Friday, January 7, 2005 :: Columns :: 2192 Views ::Article Rating
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