Section : Opinions

  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

    Author Max Lucado: My Prediction for November 9 Election

    We are really ready for this presidential election to be over. We're ready for an end to the rancor and tackiness. Voters on both sides feel frustrated, even embarrassed by it all. There is a visceral fear, an angst about the result. What if so and so wins? When we wake up to November 9, post-election, when the confetti is swept away and the election is finally over, what will we see?
  • Donald Trump

    Mr. Trump Apologizes: America Should Too

    Mr. Donald Trump is raising the bar of America's conscience. Apology is often the first step in correcting a wrong. Having moved for a position of saying "I don't need forgiveness," Mr. Trump is now taking a second look at past behaviors; things that he's said and done that he regrets. While he is not asking for forgiveness for being human, he is admitting that he's made mistakes and humbly making apologies.
  • Harry Potter

    Harry Potter And Christianity: Do They Mix?

    When I was 11, the first Harry Potter novel was released. Like many conservative parents, mine were wary of a series featuring a young boy wizard as the primary hero. I never did read the series in my youth, but I did have to read them when I took a Harry Potter course in college. I went into the course concerned that I wouldn't like the series and came out on the other side a fan of the incredible work and detail that Rowling put into her works.
  • Ann Coulter

    Ann Coulter Claims 'Media Lied About Donald Trump Mocking Disabled Reporter'

    Author of the newly released book "In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!" Ann Coulter, insists American broadcasters and media representatives invented a lie about GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump making fun of a reporter with disabilities. She specifically accuses the Washington Post staff of smearing the Republican nominee. Most of her defense is that she said Trump does an "arm-waving routine" whenever he's pretending to be a flustered person of any type.
  • Tom Arnold Gun Violence

    Tom Arnold Wants 'Deadly Gun Religion’ and NRA Confronted After Nephew's Suicide

    Producer and actor Tom Arnold is still dealing with the tragedy of his 24-year-old nephew Spencer taking his own life this spring by shooting himself in the head, and Thursday he made an impassioned plea to enact new gun laws that might have prevented his nephew's death. "Some (people) equate guns to religion," he notes. "A gift to Americans directly from God himself. That sounds crazy to me. It should be on the gun test: If you truly believe your metal tool/explosive device is a gift from above, then you should be deemed insane and unfit to legally own a gun."
  • Nice France Terrorist Attack

    Ravi Zacharias: A Sudden Grief, A Sublime Hope

    On the heels of Glenn's passing, I read with dismay the murder of many in France by a man who used a truck as a weapon of mass destruction. A man who lived with hate and was committed to accelerate death. He told the police he was delivering ice cream to the children in the festive crowd. Instead, he brought death to them.
  • Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump

    Max Lucado Had the Strangest Dream about Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton after Watching RNC

    I can't decide if it is a dream or a longing. Maybe it began as the first and morphed into the second. Yesterday I told my wife, Denalyn, "Last night I had the strangest dream." We'd fallen asleep watching the Republican National Convention. Not the most relaxing way to drift off, right? Politicians, pundits, pollsters and picketers. Tongues wagging. Finger-pointing. Accusations. Declarations. Blah-blah-blah.
  • California Department of Education

    California Classrooms Now to Include LGBT History Lessons, Same-Sex Parents' Models

    New lessons for elementary, middle and high school students that recognize the contributions of minorities including "lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans," were approved by the California Board of Education members Thursday. The updates are part of a broader overhaul of California's history and social science curriculum.
  • Boosie Badazz

    TV Cartoons 'Forcing Kids to Be Gay,' Believes Rapper Lil Boosie Badazz

    Lil Boosie, aka Boosie Badazz, believes the entertainment industry is trying to force children to be homosexual by introducing them to more gay characters on television. Badazz said Thursday on VLAD-TV he doesn't hate LGBTQ people, but "gay stuff is everywhere," and that almost half the population would be gay in 10 years.
  • Make America White Again

    Pastor's 'Make America White Again' Congressional Race Billboard Removed In Tennessee

    Rick Tyler, an independent candidate running for Tennessee's 3rd congressional district, said he lacked name recognition. Not anymore, not after he erected a billboard alongside a prominent highway vowing to "Make American White Again." The sign came down this week, after a wave of criticism called the sign a tasteless display of bigotry and racism.
  • Benham Brothers

    Christians Should Stand with Homosexuals Against Radical Islamists, Say Benham Brothers

    Christian entrepreneurs and twins, Jason and David Benham, said in a video posted on Facebook Sunday, "now is our time to step up in Christian love and stand in the gap" between the gay community and "Radical Islamists who are targeting them." The Benhams were commenting about their beliefs after the shooting massacre at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., Saturday evening.
  • Gender Neutral Bathroom

    Americans' Sharply Split about Transgender Bathroom Debate, Poll Indicates

    Americans are divided on the debate regarding which public restrooms and locker rooms that transgender people should be allowed to use, according to a new CBS/New York Times poll released Thursday. President Barack Obama's Administration recently issued guidelines to all public schools directing them to allow transgender students to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity, with an implied threat of a loss of federal funding if not followed. This poll, which was conducted after the directive was issued to schools, surveyed 1,300 adults.
  • Supreme Court Seats

    Supreme Court Justice Replacements Suggested By GOP Candidate Donald Trump

    Representatives from Iowa, Colorado, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Utah, Alabama, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Texas were recommended today (May 18) as potential replacements for Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. Scalia, 79, died in his sleep in February.
  • Target protested by woman

    Target Condemned By Bible-Carrying Woman Over Transgender Dressing/Bathroom Policy

    "It's time to stand up and have a voice, instead of bowing to the homosexual, perverted agenda that's taken over this nation," an unidentified woman walking through a Target store with what is assumed her family says in a video posted by YouTube user Loredana Camelia, which has gone viral since the video was posted Saturday. It received more than 390,890 views at the time this article was published.
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