By Darrell Dow How should Christians respond to the new wave of nationalism cascading across the globe? Regrettably, too many, most notably those who denounce
By Wayne Allensworth “If the Confederacy falls, there should be written on its tombstone: ‘Died of a Theory.’”—Jefferson Davis The United States of America is
No more deportations, Biden says, for 100 days. More cheap foreign labor. Citizenship for illegal aliens. And no calling them “aliens,” either!
A mother and her son have filed a lawsuit against Twitter because it permitted perverts to spread pornographic images of the son. Meanwhile, it spent
England was once a free country. If only the cops were as interested in stopping “Asian” grooming gangs from raping white British girls as they
David French, Rod Dreher, and other Never Trump Christians have been quite vocal of late bemoaning Donald Trump and those Christians tacky enough to have
R. Cort Kirkwood Whatever happened during the mostly peaceful protest at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, impeaching President Trump on January 13 wasn’t completely
Gaige Grosskreutz, the rioter in Kenosha who pulled a piece and tried to attack Kyle Rittenhouse that night in August, which caused Rittenhouse to shoot
And Tailpuller Joe promises an amnesty.
ABC’s political director tweeted that Trump supporters need a “cleansing,” because removing Orange Man Bad’s stain upon the presidency — which wasn’t stained by Bill