Archives for 


Teachers Union Contract Blatantly Discriminates Against Christians

B. Christopher Agee  It is common knowledge among millions of Americans that the current driving force behind public education has increasingly led the charge to indoctrinate the next generation with leftist ideology. Teachers unions have amassed considerable control over the school system, using their sway to shape the direction of an institution children are required […] Continue reading →

Christians Vow Civil Disobedience if Home-School Family is Deported

 Christians in an east Tennessee community are vowing to engage in civil disobedience if the Obama administration initiates deportation proceedings against a Southern Baptist family from Germany who sought asylum in the United States so that they could home school their children. “It may require civil disobedience with this bunch,” said Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.), […] Continue reading →

Obama Admin. Wins Battle to Deport Christian Home School Family

 Uwe and Hannelore Romeike came to the United States in 2008 seeking political asylum. They fled their German homeland in the face of religious persecution for homeschooling their children. They wanted to live in a country where they could raise their children in accordance with their Christian beliefs. The Romeikes were initially given asylum, but […] Continue reading →

The Cultural War Against Christians

Star Parker  Arizona Governor Jan Brewer was right to veto SB1062, which would have amended the Arizona Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The bill, per most interpretations I’ve read, would have given broad discretion to business owners, because of their religious convictions, to refuse to do business with anyone associated with homosexual lifestyles. Religious freedom is […] Continue reading →

In large measure our future depends - Landmines In The Path Of Dialogue

Christopher Manion FRONT ROYAL, VA — On August 20, 2005, Pope Benedict XVI insisted in Cologne that “Interreligious and intercultural dialogue between Christians and Muslims  is, in fact, a vital necessity, on which in large measure our future depends.” But is such a conversation possible? That question is the focus of an important new monograph, […] Continue reading →

Al-Qaeda: Defender of Christians?

By: Raymond Ibrahim Muslim persecution of Christians is the “Achilles Heel” of the global Islamic movement’s image—the surest way of exposing its supremacist and intolerant elements and one of the main reasons the major media and establishment rarely report or address it. The logic (fully explained here) can be summarized as follows: Islamic and jihadi […] Continue reading →

Mr. Obama�s Brand of �Christianity

Michael Youssef,   For twenty years, Mr. Obama drank from a particular brand of religion—Liberal Christianity. To be sure, most Bible-believing Christians would not consider that brand to be Christianity at all. But liberal Christians would consider their brand to actually be the enlightened one. Over time, Liberal Christianity has developed a humanistic understanding of what […] Continue reading →

Is Prodigal GOP Inching Home?

 Matt Barber,  I’m a Bible-believing Christian first, a conservative second and, sometimes, with rapidly dwindling frequency, a Republican third (but only when the Grand Old Party is behaving itself). Although the GOP’s RINO establishment still controls its legislative reins, I’m mildly encouraged by some recent developments at the Republican National Committee (RNC) level. It seems […] Continue reading →

Report: Teacher Tells Student �Jesus Is Not Allowed in School

Teacher trashes messages a first-grader brought to class referring to Christ, says non-profit group  A school teacher told a first grader that “Jesus is not allowed in school” while tearing off messages reciting a religious legend that the student attached to candy canes he brought for his class, a non-profit group claims. Each candy cane […] Continue reading →

�Duck Dynasty

 I thought the A&E network would deeply regret its decision to suspend “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson because of his religious beliefs, but I thought they’d gone too far to back down.  And yet, back down they did, as our plucky band of Louisiana entrepreneurs decisively defeated the Thought Police and got Phil back on […] Continue reading →