The man of lawlessness and sin

by Craige McMillan -- Ah, but which one? While I expect there are still a few honest men and women working in the Congress and White House, the term "minority" doesn't really more…

God is not going to save America

by Craige McMillan -- Many Americans assume that God has a special relationship with America. They are looking for national redemption. Does anyone see it there on the horizon? It is important more…

A civilization in collapse

by Craige McMillan -- "If there be a destiny, it is of no avail for us unless we work with it. The ways of Providence will be of no advantage to us more…

Timidity, your name
is Republican

by Craige McMillan -- According to Politico, the Republican leadership in Congress (is that an oxymoron, or a moronic ox?) is telling Democrats that they are going to get their butts handed more…

The culture's view of Armageddon

by Craige McMillan -- We are near the culmination of a battle that began even before the Garden of Eden and human history. Jesus alluded to it in the New Testament, "I more…

The Republicans have found the Constitution!

by Craige McMillan -- We're saved! Speaker Boehner and the Republicans have found the Constitution! They said so right here! We're saved! We're saved! We're all saved from an illegal, out-of-control federal more…

Chris Christie's bridge to nowhere

by Craige McMillan -- Gov. Chris Christie, and indeed America herself, now find themselves so far along the "bridge to nowhere" in their travels that stopping and turning around is no longer more…

Is politics finished?

by Craige McMillan -- If we assume for a moment that America's financial bankruptcy will follow its moral bankruptcy, then what is the future of politics? The current level of political debate more…

Stupidity reaches critical mass

by Craige McMillan -- Amidst all the concern about Iran and North Korea's nukes, we should look at an even more clear and present danger to America – and, indeed, the rest more…

America, we're in a death spiral

by Craige McMillan -- Much of the national conversation now seems to be carried on by children under the age of 5, with 2 being the most common age. The nation's press more…