Our lawless president opens the borders

by Jerry Newcombe -- Our founders based our nation on the rule of law. But now lawlessness is becoming the rule. One of the Bible's definitions for sin fits here: "Sin is more…

Breaking news from A.D. 33

by Jerry Newcombe -- In a sense, we're all on death row. Death is on my mind because of the recent death of my much-missed older brother, Doug. I am so grateful more…

The God factor – America's key to success

by Jerry Newcombe -- Two-hundred thirty-eight years ago (July 4, 1776), our Founding Fathers voted to affirm a revolutionary document – the Declaration of Independence. Since that time to the present, there more…

Saul Alinsky would be proud

by Jerry Newcombe -- The 10th Amendment says, "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, more…

The 50% divorce-rate myth

by Jerry Newcombe -- June, long the most popular month of weddings, is a good time to ask: How strong is marriage today? In the pop culture, marriage is weak. Songs often more…

The fatal essence of liberalism

by Jerry Newcombe -- As the fallout from the Bowe Bergdahl swap for five Taliban prisoners of war continues to reverberate, there's a fascinating statement from one MSNBC host on the subject. more…

George Washington's warning to America

by Jerry Newcombe -- George Washington envisioned an America where people of all faiths could enjoy peace. He wrote to the synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island (Aug. 14, 1790): "May the children more…

Road rage, nagging and anger on the rise

by Jerry Newcombe -- If you can control your anger, you're greater than being able to control a city. That's a paraphrase from Solomon the Wise, about a thousand years before Christ. more…

Boko Haram's motivation mysterious?

by Jerry Newcombe -- Here we are, a month after the kidnapping of some 300 girls by a radical Islamic group in Nigeria, and there are still many in the West who more…

When school officials out-ACLU the ACLU

by Jerry Newcombe -- In our own backyard here in Broward County has arisen a disturbing story of a 12-year-old boy (Giovanni Rubeo) getting in trouble with his teacher for having the more…