Conservative Truth
Dr. Tom Barrett
It’s been quite a week for American foreign policy. Fresh off his unconventional summit with Kim Jong-un in Singapore, this week Trump did a two-fer: He shook up the NATO nations, and he had a very interesting meeting with the Prime Minster of England. On Monday he will meet with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.

What do all these meetings have in common? The president has broken with tradition, protocol, established national foreign policy, and stupidity in general.  Read more...
 
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Dr. Rick Kendall
People ask me, "Why do you believe in networking the community of God's Kingdom with such a passion?" 20 years ago I stepped out of pastoring a local church and embarked on this pioneering of relational unity in Christ because I am convinced it is the only way we will reach the world effectively.  Read more...
Don Boys, PhD
Remember when the Democratic Party scrubbed the mention of God from its platform and the delegates booed God at the Democratic National Convention? It seemed obvious that Democrats had made it official: they were puppets of the anti-religious left. Now, they are out of power and have complained about so many outspoken Christians in the Trump Administration.  Read more...
I don’t know what you think you’re doing Dem's, but please - keep doing it!
Ric Wasley
It isn’t often that I cheer for the DNC (in fact, the word “never” comes to mind), but based on their current game plan for the 2018 mid-term elections, I can only cheer them on and urge them to keep up the good work.

Why? Because as Conservatives, the best way we can win is if the Dem's keep doubling down on their hate, violence and unhinged rhetoric. Read more...
President Trump, no matter the controversy, will usually rise above the fray to victory.
Bob Pascarella
The winds of change do constantly disrupt cycles, in the media, politics, and the culture. In a two-week time period, the president and members of his administration, for its zero-tolerance immigration policy, bore the brunt of the biased media, and the hate-filled hostile radical left. The following week the Supreme Court ruled on three cases in particular that favored conservative principles and the president’s policy positions. Then a hurricane with gale force winds blasted across the nation, Justice Kennedy announced his retirement, and Mr. Trump was again riding on a wave of victory, but who knows how long that will last? For now, let us look at the three more important of the cases, although there were others of lesser consequence, which received little if any, media attention.  Read more...
Lloyd Marcus
American leftists cannot restrain themselves from throwing stink-bombs at all things wholesome and good. July 4th, my wife Mary read two articles in which black writers scolded blacks for celebrating Independence Day. They claim we blacks have nothing to celebrate because we were not free in 1776.  Read more...
Jake MacAulay
Like every other branch of American Government, the Supreme Court is not without its heroes and zeros.  However, the Central Judiciary was a desperately needed piece added to the Constitution in Article Three after a season of no Federal judiciary during the time of the Articles of Confederation, America’s first Constitution.

Founding Father Alexander Hamilton postulated: "[A] limited Constitution…can be preserved in practice no other way than through the medium of courts of justice, whose duty it must be to declare all acts contrary to the manifest tenor of the Constitution void.”  Read more...
Brent Smith
For years we on the right have heard that various left-leaning groups just want to be treated as equals - but that Jim Crow conservatives (that’s all conservatives, by the way) are holding these factions down. We right-wingers have always been confused by this. We are the true, live-and-let-live Americans. We are the ones who espouse equal rights for all, special rights for none. But that has never been good enough for the left, particularly today, as they become increasingly radicalized. The left doesn’t want equal rights. They do in fact demand special rights for every new subset of the left.  Read more...
Brent Smith

Supreme Court Justices are said to be the best of the best. This should make a President’s selection relatively easy. Brett Kavanaugh may end up being that guy. And therein lies the rub - the fact that he “may” be the one – or he may not. 

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Ed Delph
Cultures change, business trends change, demographics change, and even the way we conduct church changes with the passing of time. Each generation has its own uniqueness and challenges. This is true in any organization, business, or church. Today we will use a church as an example, but the same applies to any business or organization.  Read more...
Jim Collins
We have been identifying the seven key principles of our Judeo-Christian heritage in this series. This week we will discuss Principles 5, 6, and 7.

Principle #5: The Abrahamic Covenant

Principle #6: Common Decency

Principle #7: Personal Accountability to God Read more...