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The Defense Budget Should Be Increased

Laurence M. Vance,  The Heritage Foundation is the best friend the Department of Defense ever had.  So says the conservative Heritage Foundation, which is headed by former Republican senator Jim DeMint. Congress should increase the FY 2016 defense budget to $584 billion. The military is “degraded” and “needs to be rebuilt.” Gee, I wonder why. […] Continue reading →

Black Christians Love Israel

Star Parker In April 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. landed in jail in Birmingham, Alabama for violating a local injunction against demonstrations. Sitting in jail, he learned that local white clergy advised against “outsiders coming in,” calling King’s activities “unwise and untimely.” In response, King wrote his famous “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” In the […] Continue reading →

Muslim Brotherhood’s “Civilization Jihad” Next Door – Should you be Afraid?

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton, Muslim Brotherhood’s “Civilization Jihad” Next DoorShould you be Afraid? Make up your own mind after listening to a panel of experts discuss the penetration of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) into everyday American life. The Denise Simon Experience radio program on Thursday 2/12/15 provided the opportunity for an open, candid and sometimes chilling discussion […] Continue reading →

What God Might Say to Atheist Stephen Fry

Michael Brown,   Outspoken British atheist Stephen Fry was recently asked what he would say to God if such a being really existed and he encountered him/her/it after death. His reply was passionate, eloquent, defiant, and irreverent. I wonder what God might say to him. How would the Creator respond to being characterized by a mere […] Continue reading →

Freedom is Best Way to Help Low-Income Students

Star Parker,   Senators Mike Lee of Utah and Ted Cruz of Texas and Congressman Luke Messer of Indiana have introduced a bill that could produce positive, badly needed change in American K-12 education. The bill allows for Title 1 education funds “to follow low-income students to any public or private school of their choice.” What […] Continue reading →

Michael Moore’s Long Tradition of Defaming Heroes

Humberto Fontova,   The “military hero as coward” motif has a long tradition with Michael Moore. But his earlier oinkings in this regard–well before the release of American Sniper– were aimed at much safer targets. “Wimps,” writes Moore in Downsize This. “These Cuban exiles, for all their chest-thumping and terrorism, are really just a bunch of […] Continue reading →

The Christian Example for Modernizing Islam

Catholics and Protestants once killed in the name of God, but eventually liberal ideas took hold.  Violent. Illiberal. Intolerant. Anti-Semitic. After the tragic, murderous events in Paris earlier this month, these adjectives have been applied not only to murderous jihadists but to Islam itself. Yet these words could just as easily apply to medieval Christianity […] Continue reading →