The Convention of States

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It’s been a while since my last post at Easter. My absence from Facebook was intentional. I decided to step away from blogging for a few weeks. Nonetheless, it’s good to be back — especially with this piece on the Old North State. If our nation is to succeed in the future, then power must be given back to the … Read More

The Upside Down World of Pop-Culture

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A couple weeks ago, I wrote this article for Independent Journal Review. As the article sat for a while, I concluded that the editors were not going to post it because it challenges the perspectives of the left and particularly those of the LGBTQ community. Of course, we know that anyone who dares to say something against the LGBTQ community … Read More

Courageous Politician Slams PC Aussies

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In my latest article with Independent Journal Review, I discuss this classic statement by Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce referring to politically correct protesters in “the land Down Under:” “They don’t like Christmas, they don’t like Australia Day, they’re just miserable gutted people, and I wish they’d crawl under a rock and hide for a little bit.” Read the … Read More

Christians Need to Start Marching

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There has been a lot of talk about the Women’s March on Washington. Although I’m shaking my head about the rhetoric displayed and the middle-school maturity demonstrated, it stands to reason that progressives have more courage and tenacity than conservatives. In my recent article with Independent Journal Review, I discuss the fact that Christians need to add courage to their … Read More

Honoring the Legacy of MLK Day.

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If we are going to get beyond the issue of race in America, then we have to stop making an issue out of race. In my latest article with Independent Journal Review, I discuss the problem of both discriminatory racism and promotional racism. Read it. Share it. Live it.

4 Lessons We Can Learn from NC’s HB2

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In my latest piece with Independent Journal Review, I discuss four lessons we can take away from HB2. Make no mistake about it, this socio-political battle is just beginning — so the lessons here will apply for the foreseeable future.

DNC Speech Writers Need to Read the Bible before They Quote It

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When Kaine and Clinton used the Bible during their speeches last week, it said a lot about how little they actually read it. Check out my latest article with Independent Journal Review. After you read it, please share it, but even more importantly… start reading the Bible… applying it to our lives will “Make America Great Again.”

Standing Up to the US Court System

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Here’s my latest article that Independent Journal Review posted the other day. The issue addressed in the article is the most important issue of our day, namely, standing up to the court system. Please share it to get people thinking about this matter.

I’m Voting to Stop the Clinton Machine

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My latest article with Independent Journal Review explains how, though I will select Trump for President, I’m not voting for Trump. Rather, I’m voting to stop the Clinton machine from gaining more power. Read the article and share it with everyone you know… just maybe we can stop the machine!!!