With a thrill running up his leg, Chris exclaimed that Biden’s inaugural address was the bestest of the bestest inaugural speech he’s ever heard! No, not THAT Chris—not Chris Matthews. Chris Wallace said it was the best. He was wrong. It wasn’t the best inaugural speech ever. It was the BEST SPEECH period. I’m tearing up just thinking about how best it was.
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Tagged and Transgender Pride Month, Anti-Christian, Antifa, Biden's Inauguration, Chris Wallace, Christ Matthews, Hollywood, Joe Biden, John Brennan, Lady Gaga, Mass Media, National guard, New York Times, Nicole Wallace, President Trump, The Hunger Games, the Unity Games, Tom Cotton, transgender
No matter what you think of Trump’s character or rhetoric (I’ve never been a fan of either), his presidency accomplished many great things for America, perhaps chief among them getting the left—especially Big Tech—to expose its purulent underbelly. The real power today rests in the delicate fingers of the tech Oligarchs sitting behind their screens moving walls to trap Americans in their prison-like mazes equipped with virtual solitary confinement cells and freedom-crushing language rules euphemistically called “community standards” and “policies.” Trump was the immovable force that stood for a brief moment in their way.
Posted in Media Watch, Religious Liberty
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For many Christian conservatives, the number one voting issue is abortion. Under no circumstances will we vote for a “pro-choice” candidate, no matter how good that candidate’s other policies may be. Conversely, we will vote for a strong pro-life candidate even if that candidate does not line up with some of our other ideals. After all, we reason, what is more important than the shedding of innocent blood, especially the blood of babies in their mothers’ wombs?
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Tagged Abortion, Bible, christian, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Molech, President Trump, Pro-Choice, Pro-Life, Roe v. Wade, Sanctity of Life
On July 23, 2020, conservative University of North Carolina professor, Townhall writer, and Christian, Mike Adams, was driven to suicide by the vile and relentless bullying of devotees of diversity and teachers of tolerance who fancy themselves “progressive.” They were aided and abetted by spineless Christians who failed to come alongside a brother in Christ because of his “sins” of violating leftist language rules.
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Tagged Andrew Klavan, Aristotle, C.S. Lewis, Christ, Christians, Church teaching, Critical Race Theory, David French, Doug Wilson, education, Edward Feser, evil, Jesse Jackson, Jonathan Swift, Leftists, LGBTQ, Mike Adams, North Carolina, Peter Kreeft, politics, President Trump, Robert A. J. Gagnon, Roy Cooper, sexuality, suicide, the Bible, “Lana” Wachowski
Looking at the current political and cultural climate in Washington, D.C., you might get the idea that the ruling class is in the midst of a conniption. Even the walls of the National Cathedral are vibrating with weirdness – more about that later.
In “Summer of Our Discontent,” Washington Post staff writer Dan Zak lays out the mood gripping Washington, D.C., or, as the headline in last Tuesday’s Style section describes it, “the capital of the resistance.” Here’s the third paragraph:
“Here we all are. The start of a mad hot American summer in the nation’s capital. A president violating …
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Tagged Amanda Werner, Anthony Oiveira, Dan Zak, Joe Crowley, Kirstjen Nielsen, Maxine Waters, President Trump, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, The Resistance, Thomas Homan