Free speech for me, but not for thee

by Jerry Newcombe -- "Liberal censorship" is technically an oxymoron – but today, liberal censorship is a common reality. Where once free speech reigned on college campuses and in other secular institutions more…

The shameful suspension of Judge Roy Moore

by Jerry Newcombe -- A good man has been suspended. Again. Ultimately, he's a victim of judicial activism – of judges making things up from the bench and saying it's what our more…

Inside the Coptic church bombings

by Jerry Newcombe -- As we all know, on Palm Sunday, two bombings at Coptic churches in Egypt killed nearly 50 and injured 120 others. I heard about two of my relatives-in-law, more…

Easter and the stubbornness of guilt

by Jerry Newcombe -- Recently, the New York Times had an article by David Brooks with a title that caught my attention: "The Strange Persistence of Guilt." Why do we feel guilty, more…

The inferno of the Muslim 'paradise'

by Jerry Newcombe -- Last week, Khalid Masood, a British-born jihadist, ran over innocent people in London on the bridge close to Parliament and then stabbed a police officer to death, before more…

Planned Parenthood and the 3% myth

by Jerry Newcombe -- Planned Parenthood does not have a good record when it comes to telling the truth. First, they used to boast about the mammograms they provide for patients. As more…

'The Shack' -- healing or heretical?

by Jerry Newcombe -- If you comment on the novel/movie "The Shack," you're bound to get strong opinions, either pro or con. "The Shack" deals with Mack, a man who has suffered more…

'Jesus' and the Oscars

by Jerry Newcombe -- Another Oscar awards ceremony has come and gone. Trump-bashing from all the limousine liberals was front and center. However, all politics aside, is there evidence that God is more…