FEMA's denial of disaster aid to a town that is "too religious" and other recent events are symptoms of the intensifying war on Christianity. And unless something changes our cultural trajectory, more serious anti-Christian persecution lies in our future.
“The best way to get a bad law repealed is to enforce it strictly,” said Abraham Lincoln. It’s ironic that Barack Obama has claimed to pattern himself after Lincoln, because his modus operandi is just the opposite: perpetuate a bad law by enforcing it loosely. Or in a targeted fashion that suits political necessities.
According to relatives, infamous leftist and avowed homosexual Gore Vidal was most likely a globe-trotting pedophile who committed "Jerry Sandusky acts."
There has been much analysis of the Virginia governor’s race in which Terry McAuliffe edged out Ken Cuccinelli by two points. But the truth? The Virginia race bodes well for the Tea Party in 2014.
Now it seems that just complaining about your child’s homework assignment can get a finger pointed at you — for being a neo-Nazi.
Fulfilling the wish of long-dead communists, American culture has become trashy enough to be fertile ground for tyranny. And the question we all have to ask ourselves is: Will we be part of the trash or one of the people taking it out?
In a most striking irony, Lech Walesa, the man who helped bring down Polish communism, is now making a mistake that defined communism: thinking that man's ideas can replace eternal faith.
If an informed electorate is necessary for a free and healthy republic, the fact that some Americans don't associate terms such as "Orwellian" and "police state" with tyranny could be a problem.
What kind of leader wants a military more loyal to himself than to the rule of law? And why? These are two questions to ponder when considering the strange happenings in the armed forces since Barack Obama took office.