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.
In both extremes – loving America too much, or hating her instead – we refuse to call our nation to repentance, and perhaps all the more when repentance is so desperately needed.
If you voted for and supported former President Donald Trump, and would do so again, the speech current President Joe Biden gave in Philadelphia this past Thursday is a warning
We need to take a look at the cost-benefit to the American people for the FBI, DOJ, IRS, USDA, and CDC, and other similar departments, bureaus, services, agencies, and centers.
As Dr. Du Mez sees it, so many American Evangelicals set aside their concerns about morality to vote for Trump because they never really cared about those things to begin with.
Once again, what is needed with the deconstructionists is to deconstruct their deconstructionism. When we do this, what we find is a direct line of thought back to Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Mollie Hemingway’s book is a must-read for one very important reason: we are still planning on holding elections in the United States of America moving forward.
These are the Woke outcasts who love radical doubt and deconstructionism, and they love the trappings of Christianity without the Christianity itself.
Paul Shiver wrote a piece for The Blaze yesterday reporting on Republican pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz and his remarks to a podcast at The New York Times. You can read the article here and you can listen to that NYT podcast interview with Luntz here. But the long and short of it is that Luntz thinks…