Jesus Christ is King

by Janet Porter -- Cardinal Ignatius Kung and 200 Catholic priests were arrested by the Chinese communists on Sept. 8, 1955. With his hands bound, Cardinal Kung was then hauled before a more…

Fast and pray for Election Day

by Janet Porter -- In October 2006, Reader's Digest interviewed Billy Graham and asked him if he could live his life over, what would he change. In addition to spending more time more…

Barack Obama: The pretender

by Janet Porter -- Barack Obama traveled the world pretending to be president. He traveled through Europe posing for the paparazzi who were pretending to be journalists. In an unprecedented campaign merger, more…

A jail cell with your name on it?

by Janet Porter -- It's been quite a month. On July 1, I was in Denver breaking the new state law by handing out my book, "The Criminalization of Christianity: Read this more…

Time to drill or get off the Hill!

by Janet Porter -- Yesterday, President Bush did what presidents are supposed to do: lead. In a Rose Garden press conference, the president lifted the executive ban on offshore drilling and urged more…

Sizzling salvation

by Janet Porter -- On Friday night, a little after midnight, I got a frantic knock at the door. It was my neighbor from across the street telling me that her house more…

Where the battle is hottest

by Janet Porter -- While 1,400 wildfires burn in California, firefighters are there. They are not banning together for an anti-litter campaign at this time; they are not joining together to make more…

Go ahead: Arrest me

by Janet Porter -- Censorship. Book burning. The Criminalization of Christianity. It's here and it's now the law in the state of Colorado. The Ku Klux Klan can march. The Nazis can more…

The end of marriage as we know it

by Janet Porter -- Today, marriage in California has officially become corrupted. While those who engage in homosexual behavior line up for fraudulent "marriage" licenses that now recognize "Party A" and "Party more…

My 'mission trip' to the left coast

by Janet Porter -- It's been quite a week. I just returned from a "missions trip" – but it wasn't to build an orphanage in a Third World country. I spent six more…