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    Is Bush The Antichrist?
    During the eight years of Clinton's presidency, I was repeatedly asked, "Chuck, do you think Bill Clinton is the antichrist?" (Of course, I answered no.) Therefore, it is more than interesting to me that since G.W. Bush became president no one has asked if I thought he was the antichri...
    Published: Friday, April 12, 2002 :: Columns :: 2264 Views ::Article Rating
    Is It Time To Secede?
    A recent column written by Dr. Walter Williams succinctly stated the constitutional case for secession. His history is accurate and his reasoning is sound. The bottom line is that the Founding Fathers fully acknowledged the right of states to secede from the Union should they choose to do so. Abraha...
    Published: Tuesday, April 2, 2002 :: Columns :: 1803 Views ::Article Rating
    Bush Administration Signals End To Open Government
    Has there ever been a more secretive White House than the one that currently exists? I don't think so. The Bush administration signals the end to open government in this country. Just look at the facts: 1) The Bush administration invoked executive privilege to keep Clinton-era documents secret....
    Published: Friday, March 22, 2002 :: Columns :: 1820 Views ::Article Rating
    Why Churches Have No Influence
    One of the saddest stories in the Bible is the story of Lot. He lost his family to the judgment of God because he had first lost his testimony as a righteous man. His spiritual impotence ultimately doomed his own family. The legacy of Lot is the legacy of many (if not most) churches in America today...
    Published: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 :: Columns :: 1744 Views ::Article Rating
    Were Alamo Heroes Foolish?
    With the first few months now under Jeff Miller's congressional belt, it is time to analyze his early performance as Northwest Florida's Congressman. The short of it is that Jeff Miller is no Joe Scarborough. Scarborough distinguished himself as a true maverick. While in the House of Repres...
    Published: Friday, March 8, 2002 :: Columns :: 1793 Views ::Article Rating
    Conservatism Is Dead – Is America Next?
    A column written by Joseph Sobran (http://www.sobran.com/columns/02013.htm) entitled "Defining Conservatism Downward" accurately describes the state of conservatism today. Sobran writes, "Once upon a time, conservatives stood for limited government, the rollback of the welfare state,...
    Published: Tuesday, March 5, 2002 :: Columns :: 1663 Views ::Article Rating
    Betrayed!
    Freedom lost a dear friend, and few people even noticed. A special word of thanks goes to my good friend, Howard Phillips, for telling America the story of this special man. His name was Dr. Jonas Mahleiro Savimbi. He was an Angolan patriot, an African nationalist, and Christian leader. The Marxist ...
    Published: Friday, March 1, 2002 :: Columns :: 2072 Views ::Article Rating
    Get Off The Bus
    An Agape Press article yesterday said that former Republican presidential candidate, Gary Bauer, believes the Republican Party is abandoning its stand against the radical social agenda of the Democrats. The story said, "Bauer indicates the signs of a major leftward shift in Republican philosoph...
    Published: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 :: Columns :: 1886 Views ::Article Rating
    There Is A Conspiracy
    Once again, a reader's letter intrigues me. He writes, "I find everything you say about a coming New World Order and One World Government extremely difficult to believe. For one thing, while you yourself obviously display no hate towards anyone, most other conspiracy theorists are anti-Semi...
    Published: Tuesday, February 19, 2002 :: Columns :: 2223 Views ::Article Rating
    Only One Thing Will Save Us Now
    A column written by Brannon S. Howse and published in the February 9 edition of World Net Daily is too significant to ignore. Howse examined the PEERS test put forth by the Nehemiah Institute, which annually grades the worldview of thousands of adults and school children. According to Howse, "...
    Published: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 :: Columns :: 2953 Views ::Article Rating
    Can You Imagine Such A Nation?
    We hear much today about the American dream. By "the American dream" most people mean buying a big house, driving an expensive automobile, or accomplishing some great feat. However, this was not the dream envisioned by the Founding Fathers. Remember that, for the most part, America's f...
    Published: Tuesday, February 5, 2002 :: Columns :: 3304 Views ::Article Rating
    It Might Not Take 50 Years
    Pat Buchanan's new book predicts the death of the United States (as we know it) within 50 years. His reasoning is sound and his conclusion is justified. However, it might not take 50 years. A few years back, I predicted that, if America continued on its present course, within 35 years pedophili...
    Published: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 :: Columns :: 2720 Views ::Article Rating
    The President’s Strange Heroes
    President George W. Bush has a propensity to lavish praise upon those who are the least deserving of it. This is very unfortunate, because it sends the message that people who break the rules and behave badly will still be honored. Furthermore, it tells people who try diligently to keep the rules an...
    Published: Friday, January 25, 2002 :: Columns :: 3046 Views ::Article Rating
    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 :: 3619 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 :: 1943 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 :: 1923 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 :: 2110 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 :: 2088 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 :: 13133 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 :: 2444 Views ::Article Rating
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