Given all the (justifiable) hoopla surrounding Obama’s “contraception edict,” I’m surprised I haven’t heard more discussion about the nature of contraceptives themselves. Both common sense and the English language conspire to give most people the impression that the word “contraceptive” has something to do with preventing conception. Unfortunately, the courts ruled (in the ’80s, I believe) that “birth control pills,” which function by preventing a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterine wall, can also be defined as contraceptives when in fact they would more accurately be de ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Buchanan:
I’m steamed … and annoyed … and sad for you. What you’ve had to endure at the hands of these people. I read your piece here at WND and decided to dash off this email, hoping to encourage you in your fight against the injustice of what has happened to you recently.
But the larger problem of why you were let go from MSNBC is weighing so very heavily on me … I’m afraid I don’t feel too encouraged, myself!
I guess you are among so many throughout history who have had to bear witness to God’s truth, because ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Buchanan:
I wrote Phil Griffin to express my disgust with him and other NBC officers. Regrettably, your message of truth can be extinguished by left-wing wackos, homosexuals and the Rev. Al. (Have you seen his show? It’s awful.)
Good luck to you. I have enjoyed reading your works and watching you on television. There is very little to look at on MSNBC these days. Madcow, Martin, Ed, Lawrence and the Rev. Al are all left of Stalin.
What has happened to you is disgusting and wrong. Griffin and company don’t know it, but the network has lo ... continue reading »
With the disclaimer that neither do I agree with all of Richard Rives’ teachings, I am compelled to comment on Ted Wegener’s very tired, wholly discredited and utterly illogical attack on the biblical doctrines of the Trinity and the deity of Christ. He is in serious need of some new material.
I hereby also request that WND heretofore place a warning on such letters that are likely to provoke the reader to pull a mental muscle (or at minimum spew coffee on an expensive laptop!) attempting to follow the writer’s twisted logic, obvious ignorance of church history and basic ... continue reading »
Thank you so much for having the integrity and courage to write and say what America needs to hear. I know that your strength comes from the Lord Jesus, as does mine.
My wife and I moved to rural New York from California three years ago – can’t say that I miss the Left Coast. I am so disgusted with family, neighbors and friends (MANY of them self-proclaimed “Christians”) who will not make nor take a stand on conservative political or social issues. It seems that no one has the balls to stand up to tyranny these days. I suppose that they find it easier to let “someone else” fight the ... continue reading »
In his column “Big Sis: The new J. Edgar Hoover?” the esteemed Nat Hentoff denounces another insidious and chilling assault on free speech and liberty by the obnoxious Janet Napolitano and the subversive Obama gang. Mr. Hentoff quotes James Madison: “Legislative, executive and judiciary, in the same hands … may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.”
This got me wondering about what the architects of the union would think if they could return to review the state of that union in 2012. With a bow to Noah Webster’s infamous distinction ... continue reading »