Joseph Farah’s “Elton John, meet Jesus” made excellent arguments until he stated, “A marriage union that remains unconsummated never happened in the eyes of the law.”
I’ve seen widows and widowers in their 70s and 80s getting married; many of them never consummate. Nor can, say, a soldier whose manhood was destroyed in war.
The key point is that they follow the pattern of the biological unit of sexual reproduction: one male, one female. Neither two males not two females can ever reproduce, no matter how perfectly the bio ... continue reading »
Although many of us Christians who believe in Joel Richardson’s eschatology ideas have been watching for the caliphate to return, I think we should cautiously watch the development and success or failure of this supposed caliph to see if Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is the one ["What the new caliphate means for world"].
If he is not the one, I believe he will fail. There very well might be several failed caliphs until the real one appears. I don’t want to cry wolf too many times, or we could lose our witness validity to others when the real one ... continue reading »
Condolences to Israel and the families of three teenage boys.
People in America watch with horror and have empathy for the families of the three teenagers killed by members of Hamas. Americans see and understand that Hamas is a criminal enterprise and should be dealt with accordingly.
Just as America hunts down its enemies, we encourage Israel to do it with the same fervor that was evidenced against these young innocent boys. The perpetrators of this heinous crime need to feel a response that is also felt by Hamas leadership. Hamas leadership supports the perpetrators of this crime.
Hamas feigns innocence when in fact ... continue reading »
Can’t you find something better to write than the article “Principal’s racy photo has parents irate”?
Last week, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Barack Obama acted unconstitutionally when he appointed three commissioners to the National Labor Relations Board without securing the required approval of the U.S. Senate.
Obama’s parsing of the word “recess” simply did not pass the Supreme smell taste, and the president was handed another embarrassing defeat.
Barack’s awful luck, and even worse judgment regarding constitutional law, carried over to June 30 when the SCOTUS ruled 5-4 against the birth-control mandate in Obamacare, as pertains to the rights of closely held corporations to use religious ... continue reading »
In light of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Obama’s recess appointments by a 9-0 vote, several other executive actions by the president should come under scrutiny. For instance, Congress was unable to pass the Dream Act, but the president used an executive order to prevent deportation of illegals that would have qualified under the Dream Act. This in-your-face action clearly violated the Constitution and should have been challenged in the same manner as the recess appointment process. The executive branch is charged with enforcing the laws enacted by the legislature and should not be allowed to rule by fiat and change laws by ... continue reading »