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    The Salt Has Lost Its Savor
    "Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men." (Matt. 5:13 KJV) On this the 29th anniversary of the infamous Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision ...
    Published: Tuesday, January 22, 2002 :: Columns :: 2501 Views ::Article Rating
    The Religious Right Is Wrong
    It is a truism that Christians are trusting to a fault. I must acknowledge my own vulnerability to this weakness. The money I have lost and pain I have suffered at the hands of people I trusted are inestimable. When it comes to politicians, however, one would hope for more discernment. Alas, such is...
    Published: Sunday, January 20, 2002 :: Columns :: 1156 Views ::Article Rating
    Unborn Babies Have Few Friends In Washington
    For 29 years now, America has authorized and condoned the killing of innocent, unborn children. The number of babies that have been aborted since January 22, 1973, is now pushing 50 million. That is more deaths than those caused by Hitler and will soon surpass the numbers killed by Stalin and Mao. F...
    Published: Friday, January 18, 2002 :: Columns :: 1193 Views ::Article Rating
    Favor-Seeking Contributors Rule Washington
    The current Enron scandal is just the latest example of how politicians in Washington, D.C., are beholden to big money corporate donors. It also helps explain why nothing changes in Washington, D.C., no matter which party is in power. A search of Enron's political contribution list reveals that...
    Published: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 :: Columns :: 1331 Views ::Article Rating
    Ron Paul For President In 2004?
    A reader recently admonished me to "relax and trust in the Lord." By that, he meant I was supposed to accept President Bush's unconstitutional actions and policies. Because Bush professes to be a believer, I am supposed to "take peace and comfort in the fact that God is in control...
    Published: Friday, January 11, 2002 :: Columns :: 1298 Views ::Article Rating
    Profiling, Pompousness, And Presidential Madness
    President Bush has told us that protecting the lives of American citizens is his number one priority. If this is true, why would he be "madder than heck" at an American Airlines captain for making a decision to protect the lives of his passengers and crew? The story goes like this. On Chr...
    Published: Tuesday, January 8, 2002 :: Columns :: 11523 Views ::Article Rating
    Is This The End Of Christmas In America?
    All across America, Christmas is being expunged. In spite of the events of three months ago, there is little room for Christmas in America's public life. In fact, Christmas seems to be losing ground even faster than in the past. School districts across the country are forbidding students from p...
    Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2001 :: Columns :: 1597 Views ::Article Rating
    What Is Bush Hiding?
    During the election season last year, I warned my listeners and readers that should G. W. Bush get elected, he would never allow Congress or the American people learn the truth about Bill Clinton's copious acts of criminality. In other words, Bush would continue where Janet Reno left off: there ...
    Published: Friday, December 14, 2001 :: Columns :: 1713 Views ::Article Rating
    Not All Heroes Are Honored
    The horrific events of September 11 gave rise to many acts of heroism by numerous brave Americans. Many of these stouthearted souls have been duly honored. However, not all heroes are so honored. Some are left to suffer the devastating consequences of their courage alone and are totally forgotten. O...
    Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 :: Columns :: 1362 Views ::Article Rating
    New World Order On Fast Track
    What Japanese bombers could not do in 1941, politicians and businessmen are doing in 2001: destroying U.S. sovereignty and independence. Their weapons are not sinking ships, but they are sinking American autonomy. Furthermore, a Republican administration has done nothing to circumvent or slow down t...
    Published: Friday, December 7, 2001 :: Columns :: 2257 Views ::Article Rating
    Let Me Tell You About My Family
    Tomorrow my wife and I will help celebrate our oldest son's 25th birthday. A few weeks ago, we celebrated our daughter's 27th birthday, and shortly before that, we celebrated our youngest son's 22nd birthday. I have often said that I would rather be a successful husband and father than a...
    Published: Tuesday, December 4, 2001 :: Columns :: 2378 Views ::Article Rating
    No Separation of Mosque & State
    Can public school students pray during class hours? Can they bring their prayer books to school? Can they utilize private rooms within the schools that are devoted to their prayer meetings? Will teachers alter students' class assignments and schedules to accommodate their prayer meetings? The an...
    Published: Friday, November 16, 2001 :: Columns :: 1818 Views ::Article Rating
    Are Americans Ready To Accept A Police State?
    Current trends seem to suggest that America may not be the "land of the free" much longer. In the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, our federal government seems committed to the proposition that freedom is expendable if expunged in the name of security....
    Published: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 :: Columns :: 1506 Views ::Article Rating
    Take My Home-School History Test
    Earlier this year, some parents of home-schooled children asked me to teach their children a course in U.S. history. I gladly accepted the invitation. We just finished our first semester, so I thought I would share with my readers some of the questions that appeared on the final test. Here is a samp...
    Published: Friday, November 9, 2001 :: Columns :: 1702 Views ::Article Rating
    An Old-fashioned God & Country Day
    It was customary in Colonial America for pastors to deliver "election" sermons before or during national elections. To many Christians in early America, this was not only customary it was almost mandatory. Pastors would preach loquacious sermons on the duty of Christians to be involved in ...
    Published: Friday, October 26, 2001 :: Columns :: 1400 Views ::Article Rating
    What Is The Difference?
    Let me give you some background information about myself. I was raised in a strong Christian family. All the men in my family were tradesmen and were, therefore, members of various trade unions. As such, they were all proud, hard-working Democrats. So was I - until 1980. I switched my party affilia...
    Published: Tuesday, October 23, 2001 :: Columns :: 1898 Views ::Article Rating
    Why Is America Ashamed Of Jesus?
    America's Founding Fathers believed they were establishing a nation where Christians could work and worship freely. They made no pretenses to being agnostic or unbelieving. Early in our country's existence, Benjamin Franklin wrote a pamphlet called, "Information to Those who would Remov...
    Published: Friday, October 19, 2001 :: Columns :: 1775 Views ::Article Rating
    The Casualties Of War
    The late, great newspaper publisher, William Randolph Hearst, is commonly quoted as having said during the Spanish-American War, "Truth is the first casualty of war." If truth is war's first casualty, it certainly is not the last. Just look at what has transpired since the attacks of S...
    Published: Saturday, October 6, 2001 :: Columns :: 1619 Views ::Article Rating
    Must God Apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah?
    It astonishes the mind to realize how many professing Christians refuse to believe that acceptance of moral perversity leads to divine judgment. Such widespread misunderstanding of Holy Writ can only be attributed to a half century of impotent, shallow pulpits. Unfortunately, the consequences of suc...
    Published: Tuesday, October 2, 2001 :: Columns :: 2142 Views ::Article Rating
    Arm The Pilots (And Everyone Else)
    Airline pilots across the country are calling upon Congress and the White House to grant them liberty to carry personal firearms while on the job. This is only a reasonable request. Unfortunately, neither Congress nor President Bush seems willing to grant their approval. Instead, Bush plans to put a...
    Published: Friday, September 28, 2001 :: Columns :: 1751 Views ::Article Rating
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