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Dr. Tom Barrett
When I was in my twenties I served as an altar counselor for several years at the Orlando Jesus Festivals. I also led worship at baptisms and breakout sessions. Tens of thousands of people came from all over the nation, camping in tents, RV’s or just sleeping in their cars or on the ground. These four-day events were held for ten years, starting in 1976. We came to hear great music and experience great preaching.
 
I’ll never forget listening to Dr. Tony Campolo as he preached the powerful sermon, “It’s Friday – But Sunday’s Comin’!” This was not your usual Easter sermon. It told the story of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus in a way that had people on their feet, crying and shouting. Campolo brought home the truth of the Good News in an anointed way that few have ever done. More...
 
Special Commentary
Gary Porter
On January 25, 2017, Donald Trump carried through on a campaign promise and signed Executive Order 13768[1] which declared sanctuary jurisdictions across the United States to be in willful violation of Federal law. Attorney General Jeff Sessions promised to enforce it.[2] Section 2(c) of the Order sets out to ”ensure that jurisdictions that fail to comply with applicable Federal law do not receive Federal funds, except as mandated by law.” The Order also contained a list of types of illegal aliens that are to be “promptly” deported. More...
Don Boys, PhD
Damascus is the world’s oldest city, more than 6,000 years old, and it will be destroyed to the point of being a “ruinous heap.” Unattended sheep will wander in the streets with no one to shepherd them. Isa. 17:1 declares, “The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.” We may have been watching that passage become reality as war has raged in Damascus and other Syrian cities. More...
Brian W. Peterson
The city of Malmo was one of three other cities considering welfare for returning terrorists. Swedish officials can deny all they want, but Malmo is known around the world for having a rapidly developing Muslim immigrant problem. In short, the Muslims do not wish to assimilate. They are not interested in becoming part of Sweden. They are vocal in their intentions:  they are there to conquer. More...
Ed Delph
‘Life is a challenge - meet it. Life is a gift - accept it. Life is an adventure - dare it. Life is a sorrow - overcome it. Life is a tragedy - face it. Life is a duty - perform it. Life is a game - play it. Life is a mystery - unfold it. Life is a song - sing it. Life is an opportunity - take it. Life is a journey - complete it. Life is a promise - fulfill it. Life is a beauty - praise it. Life is a struggle - fight it. Life is a goal - achieve it. Life is a puzzle - solve it. Life is eternal - believe it.’ More...
Brent Smith
Here we go again – Republicans shooting themselves in the foot so as to not look bad or appear guilty by association. Even when there is no association. More...
Politicians were given exemption from the healthcare plan they want average Americans to have
Dr. Joe Alton
Politicians were given exemption from the healthcare plan they imposed on average Americans. Rep. Ron DeSantis (R, FL) wants the special treatment to end immediately. More...
Roger Aronoff
The Washington Post’s fact-checker, Glenn Kessler, recently gave Susan Rice four Pinocchios for a false and misleading statement regarding Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile. But what is notable about this story is not that Rice lied. She has done that many times. Rather, the remarkable part of this story is that the Post took so long to wake up to this Obama administration falsehood.
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Ellen Brown
Phil Murphy, the leading Democratic candidate for governor of New Jersey, has made a state-owned bank a centerpiece of his campaign. He says the New Jersey bank would “take money out of Wall Street and put it to work for New Jersey – creating jobs and growing the economy [by] using state deposits to finance local investments and support billions of dollars of critical investments in infrastructure, small businesses, and student loans – saving our residents money and returning all profits to the taxpayers.” More...
Cliff Kincaid

The Epoch Times Newspaper is currently running an editorial series called “The Dead End of Communism” that includes a detailed discussion of the diabolical, even Satanic, roots of Karl Marx, the father of communism. Looking at his writings in detail, the authors document how his goal was “to enact a sort of vengeance against heaven.” Contrary to his “progressive” profile, Marx hated humanity and life on earth. His appeal was that he promised a heaven on earth. But it turned out to be hell for those living under it.

 

Communism has killed more than 100 million people, and millions more are at risk of death. The people of South Korea and other countries are constantly in the crosshairs of Communist North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. The Communist ruler, Kim Jong-un, has even threatened America with a nuclear attack.

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Brent Smith
One of the goals that President Trump proclaimed during the campaign was that he wanted to “Drain the Swamp” in D.C. We heard many times from him and his surrogates about going to Washington to drain the swamp. Those at his rallies could even be heard chanting, “Drain the Swamp.”
 
It played well to the masses, but is it really possible? 
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Why Are Democrats Gloating?
Peter Lemiska
The plan to repeal and replace Obamacare has Republicans in a precarious position. If their ultimate plan causes substantial numbers of newly insured Americans to lose their subsidies, and thereby their policies, there will be widespread outrage. If they implement Obamacare Light, it will be doomed to failure. If they do nothing, millions of supporters will feel betrayed. Democrats have good reason to gloat. More...
The Year of the Rooster - 2017
Darlene Casella
China is one of the oldest, largest, and most complex nations. Emperors were supposedly the descendants of powerful dragons, and the influence of Confucius has survived over 3,000 years. It is the most populous country in the world and one of the least understood. Pundits are scratching their heads about the inscrutable results of recent meetings between President Trump and Premier Xi Jinping.   
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Roger Aronoff
The leftist mainstream media are outraged that President Donald Trump appears to be sticking to his campaign promise to “cancel” U.S. participation in the Paris climate accord. The headline in The Washington Post is “Trump’s energy review blocks Group of Seven from consensus.” Politico’s headline is “Trump’s climate demands roil U.S. allies.” This follows Trump’s recent actions to rescind the foundation of Barack Obama’s climate change obsession. More...
Brent Smith
My hope is that America will stay at arms length and stay out of this conflict, as there will be no happy ending in Syria. And no matter which way this turns out, we CANNOT be involved in another quest down the black hole of regime change. More...
Cliff Kincaid
The mainstream media have not challenged the claim that chemical weapons were used by Syrian and/or Russian forces. Hence, they have been forced to explain how they were used when Obama officials previously claimed they had been removed from Syria. It’s another new low for a press corps that was eager to regurgitate whatever the Obama administration had claimed as a success in foreign policy.
 
The New York Times article entitled, “Weren’t Syria’s Chemical Weapons Destroyed? It’s Complicated,” is a fascinating exercise in trying to rationalize why Obama officials lied when they claimed Syria’s chemical arsenal had been eliminated.
 
It seems that lies are “complicated” to explain.
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