Consider the inclusion of a reference to arrows being shot into kidneys, or the destruction and fate of the daughters of my people and city, or eyes being worn out from weeping.
Some take-aways from last week’s assorted news stories is that only Democrats should win elections, censorship is real, Alex Jones must be destroyed, and Iran might not be so bad again.
Why is it okay to cheer on your own country when it comes to soccer tournaments, but not so much when it comes to that same country pursuing its economic or national security interests?
The best that can be said for the FBI in all this is that they apparently know better than to leave a paper trail with Big Tech, when asking for the censorship of private citizens.
My Friday was filled watching debates and panel discussions about Christians and politics while remote programming from home. The big take-away? We really need to rethink religious liberty.
Men like myself don’t think David French’s kind should hold our forts in the New World; as I am reminded in watching Last of the Mohicans, we never have.
Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. has me wondering this year how our attitude toward thanking God for what we have relates to several sundry items which have had my attention recently.
Klaus Schwab recently delivered a keynote address at the G20/B20 on the transition to a multi-polar world. This is not to be confused with the world we know.
Florida Republicans were recently asked about DeSantis and Trump. The results weren’t even close. Many more would prefer DeSantis running as the Republican nominee for president in 2024.
Trump kept his promises. To the best of his ability, he made America strong, free, and glorious. Now he promises we will be a great nation again. He wants us to vote to make that possible.