On this Independence Day, it behooves us to recall the principles of America's founding, especially in light of the ongoing attempt by today's political and commercial leaders to merge the United States into a hemispheric government.
It gives me no pleasure to say that the George W. Bush presidency has been an absolute and dismal failure! In fact, the Bush II regime is worse than those of Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, and even Bill Clinton.
Recent speaking engagements have taken me to New Hampshire, Utah, and Idaho. And in just a few days, I will be speaking in the beautiful city of Greenville, South Carolina.
Every country goes through changes. However, stable countries are able to maintain their basic culture, identity, language, and heritage throughout the various gradations of societal evolution.
I recently delivered a Sunday address entitled "The 3-Dimensional Life." This address was motivated by my belief that a major part of America's overall problem today derives from the fact that most people... live 1-dimensional lives.
Comparison of the political reign of Abraham Lincoln to that of Saddam Hussein of Iraq
Comparing the political reign of Abraham Lincoln to that of President Saddam Husein of Iraq
More than any other single person, Jerry Falwell was the embodiment and single most recognizable icon of the Religious Right. However, the association is even deeper than that.
Those of you who heard my radio program back in 2001 know that I predicted then that George W. Bush would do to the Republican Party much the same thing that Bill Clinton did to the Democratic Party.
One of Shakespeare's most oft-quoted phrases comes from Romeo and Juliet, where Juliet asks Romeo: "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.
I first met Jerry Falwell when I was a Sophomore at Midwestern Baptist College in Pontiac, Michigan. The year was 1972. I can honestly say, hearing and meeting Dr. Falwell was a turning point in my life.
I recently delivered an address to the people of Crossroad Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida entitled, Our Christian Duty.
"Heresy !!" you say ... Perhaps, or are we casting the pearls of liberty before swine. Originally published Jan. 28, 2006, I decided to bump this editorial as a companion to Thomas' article on Democracy vs. Republic.
No less than ten Republican hopefuls in the 2008 White House race participated in the first national GOP debate last Thursday, May 3.
I suppose there was a time in American politics when there was a significant difference between conservatives and liberals, between Republicans and Democrats, and between Christians and unbelievers.
In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the so-called Partial Birth Abortion ban passed by Congress in 2003 and signed into law by President George W. Bush.
That America's two most recent presidents, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, have been guilty of egregiously flawed and fallacious decisions and activities is obvious. However, at what point do bad policies and conduct become treasonous?
Had Enough? Am I the only guy in this country who's fed up with what's happening? Where the hell is our outrage? We should be screaming bloody murder. We've got a gang of clueless bozos steering our ship of state right over a cliff, we**Q
That said, it is my studied opinion that many, if not most, of our national conservative Christian leaders have lost touch with the reality of our nation's ills and how to cure them.
Over the years, I have been as outspoken a critic of the mainstream press as anyone. For one thing, the vast majority of mainstream media celebrities seem infatuated with liberal politicians.
In just over three decades, the feminist movement has completely uprooted and rewritten the norm for American family life. No longer are women seen as nurturers and helpmeets.
It is no hyperbole to say that conservatives throughout America are extremely disappointed and disillusioned with the national Republican Party.
In this column last week, I asked the question, Should President George W. Bush be impeached? The specific precursor for that question was the guilty verdict of former White House insider Lewis "Scooter" Libby.
On this date back in 1836, the Alamo fell. For more than 13 days, 186 brave and determined patriots withstood Santa Anna's seasoned army of over 4,000 troops.
Some of our members contacted us yesterday after listening to the Sean Hannity Show. Though we didn't hear it ourselves, our members indicated that Mr. Hannity accused the Birch Society of being liberal. (this whole left-right debate has to go)
The very first bill passed by the House of Representatives this year was H.R. 1 named, "Implementing the 9/11 Commission Recommendations Act." The vote was 299 Ayes, with 68 Republicans voting with the majority, and 128 Noes.
In an interview with nationally syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones, Rep. Ron Paul of Texas recently discussed President Bush's support for the Military Commissions Act.
An essay proposing that governments and politics, i.e., the state, can be best regarded as a giant organism (superorganism) and that it would be analytically useful to do so. Such an organism has properties common to other organisms such as ant hills
Today I'm going to do something I rarely do: I'm going to publicly respond to another commentator's writing. Specifically, I feel I must respond to a recent column written by my friend and mentor, Dr. Jerry Falwell.
This is a fairly thorough guide to the political parties of the U.S.A. It is especially illuminating to those citizens that do not know that there are more than two parties! Extensive links for further informationEntered By: Leon Felkins