Conservative Truth
Dr. Tom Barrett
No one knows for sure. But one thing is clear. The cracks in its foundation are widening. This 9-year Bull has been the second longest Bull Market of all time. And like the first – the 10-year “Dot.com” Bull of the 1990’s – this Bull has no real reason to exist. Let me explain.  Read more...
 
Special Commentary
Top Teacher $50,000 Top Lawyer $30,000,000
Vern Wuensche
Most states do not pay teachers well enough. 
 
My state of Texas is no exception. The Average teacher salary in Texas now ranges from about $55,000 to $59,000, depending on the district. The salary for the Texas Teacher of the year Revathi Balakrishnan is no more than $59,000. Compare that to the top trial lawyer in Texas who makes $30,000,000. Clearly, our nation has misplaced priorities. Liberal trial lawyers only redistribute money.  Good teachers who teach add value to all Americans.  Read more...
Rev. Michael Bresciani
What if a transgender calls his Rottweiler a cat? If we call to him with – here doggie – are we headed to court?

What about doctors, labs, medical personnel, scientists, and the coroner? When they write the DNA results they find on the dotted line in spite of the fact that it does not match the persons declared sexual identity, will it be a crime to tell the truth because it is not what a patient thinks of his own sexuality? DNA won’t lie for anyone. Let’s see you fix that, California.

Just how far can we go with sexual identity confusion?  Read more...
Trump and Reagan: Two patriots championing America's greatness
David Hunter
Roughly ten months in, how is it not presumptuous for anyone - especially a conservative - to proclaim in print that Donald Trump is “no Reagan?” Perhaps Washington Times columnist Robert W. Merry should wait another three years before making any sweeping pronouncements. 
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Brent Smith
We often hear the refrain of, “Your government is lying to you,” in spy movies and from conspiracy nuts.

Picture the scene - two people in an intense situation. They don’t know if they will make it out of the predicament they find themselves in. One appears to be in denial. The other grabs him by the collar of his jacket and shakes him, saying, “Don’t you get it? All this time your government has been lying to you, man!” 

Yet somehow in real life we “don’t get it,” and those who are attempting to uncover the lies are labeled as conspiracy theorists – or worse.  Read more...
How the masters of Tinsel-town cover for their own.
Ric Wasley
How the masters of Tinsel-town use smoke and mirrors to continually cover up for their own. Did you hear about all the Hollywood stars and outspoken pop singers who had blown the whistle on Harvey Weinstein for the serial abuse of woman during the many years he openly practiced his 'casting couch' auditions?

Me neither.  Read more...
Jake MacAulay
There is nothing wrong with diversity. But our peaceful enjoyment of God’s creation is dependent on our being united with the American View of government that is expressed in our Declaration of Independence:

•     There is a Creator God.
•     Our rights come from Him.
•     The purpose of government is to secure these God-given rights.

Don’t let diversity distract us from this unifying truth.  Read more...
Brent Smith
There’s something odd going on in the Republican Party. All of the sudden, Mitch McConnell appears to be leading the establishment wing of the Party toward Trump. This is very strange indeed, for nary a kind, or even civil word has been said of the President lo these last several months by any the lords and ladies of the ruling class.

Now, the midterm elections are just over a year away. Historically the mushy moderates all start moving to the right like clock work, ala John McCain, attempting to convince (lie to) voters of their conservative bona fides - voters who have paid scant attention between the last election and this. But it seems to be starting a bit early. And this may be due, at least in part, to Republican internal polling – something of which we commoners in the general population will never be privy.   Read more...
The automobile, a modern conveyance, and its effects on humanity
Bob Pascarella
The roadways are packed with automobiles, trucks, buses and other conveyances. In some cases they have created monumental problems, especially in major urban areas, as well as having been the instruments of injury and fatalities for the driver and pedestrian.  Read more...
Ed Delph
What do I mean by immanent? God is also a coming-down God. He likes things "On earth as it is in heaven." The Bible says that, "The Word became flesh and moved into the neighborhood." God is the first neighborhood activist. So, while He is high and lifted up, He is also near me, not aloof, and involved with people just like you and me. He is the God you can know, right now, in today's world.  Read more...
Brent Smith
It’s as we predicted. The Republican stance regarding ObamaCare went from 7 years of clean, full repeal bills, to repeal and replace, to no repeal – just fix, to now – no repeal, no fix, just extend. The Republicans, at least some of them, are as predictable as sunup. And just as predictable, Republican Senator Lamar Alexander and Democrat Senator Patty Murray, apparent authors of the Obamacare stabilization bill, are being congratulated on their “bipartisan” effort.

But why? Bipartisanship is held in such high regard, yet I can’t name a single piece of “bipartisan” legislation which has been anything but damaging to the country.  Read more...
Don Boys, PhD
Truth is always the same. It never changes. Truth is defined as "that which has no distortion." Truth is most often used to mean being in accord with fact or reality. Truth does not require acceptance to be true. Truth is not always beautiful. Truth is truth when I don’t understand it. Ignoring truth does not change it. Wanting and wishing and waffling about something do not make it reality; it is better to hear a cruel truth than a mild delusion.  Read more...