Over the years, I have thoroughly enjoyed your website and I have enjoyed your articles.
As I read today’s column about MSNBC’s implosion and read your thoughts, especially the last line, I thought of a couple of verses of Scripture for you and your company – Romans 12:1-2: “I beseech ye therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service (emphasis mine). And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of y ... continue reading »
“As WND approaches its 18th anniversary May 4, I’m thinking about these things – and how to avoid such a fate for my company.”
You know the old saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Even so, I hope that you take some risks. How about reviving the “Alan Keyes is Making Sense” show? I will subscribe to that without hesitation.
Among the casualties suffered by the American people over the past six-plus years is the tragic loss of having a president we can look up to with respect, admiration and pride, notwithstanding existing ideological and partisan differences.
Over recent years, Barack Obama has exacerbated the differences between Americans by using race, income, class, religion and patriotic fervor to further divide us; the result being that we the people are left, or seem to be, without a leader who is willing to be president to all Americans.
From the earliest days of his term in office, Obama has traveled to foreign lands where he has routine ... continue reading »
Have you ever been to any of his conferences? I have, and I would welcome the opportunity to tell you what I saw. I also have DVDs of the event. A woman from England, drunk in the spirit, tearing and eating pages of the Bible. People sliding out of their chairs like snakes under this “drunk” spell, praying for bigger diamonds, fake stones being found and attributed to God’s glory, chicken feathers found and attributed to ... continue reading »