by Thomas Griffin AWOMEN: Emanuel Cleaver’s woke prayer ends “Amen” with gender neutral term for 117th Congress (The Simple Servant/YouTube) The recently-opened 117th Congress experienced what could be considered the most laughable prayer ever uttered if it was not in the context of such a serious platform. Representative Emanuel Cleaver […]Read More
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If I Were the Devil – Paul Harvey (Good Audio)
by eCommunicator If I Were the Devil – Paul Harvey (Good Audio) (by dlrose10/YouTube) Paul Harvey first broadcast the “If I Were the Devil” speech in 1965. Through the years, he updated the speech. This version was probably broadcast in the 1990s and describes the state of the USA […]Read More
As the pandemic worsens, major retailers, grocery stores, and city and state leaders are making the tough decisions that the President has shirked
by eCommunicator President Donald Trump isn’t leading America much as its pandemic worsens. But that’s not stopping Walmart — along with Kroger, Kohl’s, and city and state leaders and officials — from making the tough decisions that the President has shirked. Source: Analysis by Stephen Collinson, CNN Given Trump’s approach, […]Read More
Follow Up: A Prayer for Our Nation and Our World – Sunday June 14, 2020 at 7PM EST
by Rev. Joseph Ezeigbo This is a reminder about the special Teleconference Prayer this Sunday, June 14 at 7 PM EST. This prayer is part of a nationwide Concert of Prayer for the healing of our land and the world from the devastation of COVID-19 Pandemic virus. And also for […]Read More
A Prayer for Our Nation and Our World – Sunday June 14, 2020 at 7PM EST
by Rev. Joseph Ezeigbo As we face these uncertain times in our nation and the world, preaching a sermon on prayer at a time like this would be like the idiomatic phrase “preaching to the choir“. When the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) issued the first call for nationwide prayer […]Read More
Barack Obama says protests across the country aren’t like the 1968 riots, which some think helped elect Nixon
by Lauren Hirsch KEY POINTS Former President Barack Obama said Wednesday he doesn’t think the protests erupting across the country are like those the U.S. faced in 1968. Many have drawn comparison to the two years, which saw economic challenges and racial strife. Richard Nixon was elected president in 1968, […]Read More
The ‘Blob’ Strikes Back
by Daniel Larison A recent defense of the foreign policy establishment is no more successful than the policies its authors supported. If America’s adversaries were made of strawmen, the defenders of the foreign policy “Blob” would have a foolproof strategy for defeating them. Unfortunately, a recent defense of the U.S. […]Read More
In Defense of ‘Common Good Constitutionalism’
by Jonathan Culbreath Professor at Harvard Law School, Adrian Vermeule, argued in favor of theocracy. On March 31, The Atlantic published an important essay by Adrian Vermeule, a Catholic professor of constitutional law at Harvard University, entitled “Beyond Originalism,” igniting a firestorm of controversy within the internet world of legal […]Read More
Buhari: We Cannot Allow Terrorists to Divide Good Christians and Good Muslims
by Muhammadu Buhari President of Nigeria eulogizes Brethren leader executed by Boko Haram, and criticizes terrorist efforts to divide Christians and Muslims in Africa’s most populous state. Nigerians everywhere, those of belief and those of none, are mourning the death of pastor Lawan Andimi, taken from us by Boko Haram […]Read More
What are some ways in which the United States of America is socialist?
by David Schneider All depends on how you define socialism. There are several versions and the right wing has co-oped the term for anything they don’t like about the left wing. In the broadest (and least precise) sense socialism is anything that involves the Federal Government paying for, subsidizing, or […]Read More
The Case for Just War on Narcoterrorism
by Stephen M. Krason Stephen M. Krason The constant infiltration of illicit drugs from south of the border and the devastation it has wrought on American cities and sizable portions of the population do not seem to have been enough for the U.S. to move against the drug cartels. However, […]Read More
Who Will Take Over in Nigeria?
by Cheta Nwanze Geopolitics is the study of the effects of geography on politics and human relations; mainly the relationships between nations. To most people, the word “nation” refers to countries, but the study of geopolitics may also focus on relations between sub-national geopolitical entities, such as our geopolitical zones, […]Read More