I must congratulate WND on the recent column by Kent Bailey on the existential threat to America that we know as Hillary Clinton. It is, BY FAR, the best commentary I have ever seen at this site, and perhaps the best ever in all the Internet; solid, timely, necessary, accurate and devastating.
Readers should copy and send this one to everyone they know. This election is that serious, and Clinton is that bad! One could disagree with Bailey’s opinion, but would have a terrible time trying to refute any one thing in it. Home run, Kent ... continue reading »
While attending Catholic grade school, I heard first mention of the unpardonable sin (Mark 3:22-30; Matthew 12:22-32). Believing in an all-forgiving God, I was shocked to hear of this, as were my classmates.
There are high-profile Republicans not now supporting Republican nominee Trump. It’s sickening and disgu ... continue reading »
As an evangelical Christian, I have been researching Trump’s background and listening to his speeches and interviews and decided he seems to agree with me on many important matters regarding the future of this once great country.
In the past I hadn’t really paid much attention to him as he seemed full of himself, pompous, a womanizer and someone who seemed rather ridiculous. Putting those feelings aside, I had made up my mind to vote for him because of the things he has been saying, such as he’ll put American workers first, no to TPP, and for all the reasons David Kupelian mentioned in his column ... continue reading »
In this century, majorities of nationally polled Americans have worried that their country is on the wrong track and that the government is a grave threat to their lives and freedoms. Ordinary Americans, the forgotten people, as Donald Trump calls them, have the collective wisdom to know that a morbidly corrupt government not only has failed America but is destroying her, as well.
Indeed, ordinary Americans have been pushing the panic button as the republic hurtles down the mountainside at breakneck speed. Are there no brakes? Are there no checks and balances? This they ask, but there is no credible reply, only lies and concealment, ... continue reading »