You Know It When You See It
By Aaron Baer   |   04.07.17
It’s dangerous to paint with a broad brush. I think we do that too often when we, as conservatives, go after the press for media bias. Many times when I see conservative leaders decry media bias, I ask “was that...
The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment
By Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.   |   03.08.17
The theorized submission of the Trinity to a human being -- or to all human beings -- is a theological innovation of the most extreme and dangerous sort.
Who’s the Intolerant One?
02.25.17
This is surely one of the strangest tweet exchanges I’ve ever seen. Here’s CNN’s Christopher Cuomo responding to a person who asks, “What do you tell a 12 year old girl who doesn’t want to see a [an exposed man] in the locker room?” His answer?
Trump’s Executive Order on Refugees — Separating Fact from Hysteria
By John Biver   |   02.17.17
The liberal news media, which is ever more resembling a communications arm of the Democratic Party, has been determined to portray President Donald Trump’s immigration Executive Order as over-reach, inhumane, and anti-Muslim. It is not new that American consumers of...
Are Trigger Warnings Needed for Invocations?
By John Biver   |   12.24.16
In today’s “politically correct” America, it is evidently a possible offense to quote a former president and discuss the role of Christianity in the founding of the nation. The State Journal-Register’s political reporter Bernard Schoenburg recently reported on an invocation...
Widespread Coverage of Liberal Hate Crimes ‘Study’ Shows Media’s Fake News Problem
12.17.16
Ever since Donald Trump was elected president, there’s been an abundance of hand-wringing over the “fake news” that supposedly is rampant on social media. Yet missing has been any kind of serious searching among the mainstream media about whether it could learn any lessons from this election—and whether reporters and editors are holding themselves accountable to their supposed values of objectivity and rigorous reporting.
Ride the Thunder
By John Biver   |   11.30.16
All Americans should watch the 2015 film “Ride the Thunder: A Vietnam War Story of Victory and Betrayal.” It’s one of the most unusual movies I’ve ever seen — the creativity of the pacing, the writing, and the beautiful filming...
How Journalism Turns Into Propaganda
11.03.16
President-elect Donald Trump’s win proved how useless is the current state of journalism for investigating and conveying real news about real people. And that’s putting it kindly. Not only were mainstream journalists blind to the pain of so many in the country—particularly the long-neglected Rust Belt voters who showed up in droves to elect Trump...
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Causes Uproar By Affirming Scripture
By Laurie Higgins   |   10.11.16
A Time Magazine article on InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s (IV) 20-page internal policy position paper on human sexuality is generating a huge brouhaha.
LGBT Is Not a Color
By John Stonestreet   |   10.10.16
Are sexual orientation and gender identity the same as race? That message is being snuck in all over the place.
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