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  • A much better story

    Corrosive cultural discourse coupled with the real challenges of COVID, raging inflation and incoherent climate hysteria have contributed to a collective sense of disillusionment. Despair has gone viral.
  • A sermon on Matthew 25:1-13
    The most important thing that pleases God is your faith in Him. He is very happy when you trust Him. God knows what is best for you. He desires your happiness. Psalm 34:4 says, "Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart."
  • Smith: Hunter Biden’s column reveals a lot by saying so little about selling access
    The American people are compassionate, but that doesn’t make them stupid. They know that drug addiction has nothing to do with the Biden political machine’s years-long political campaign to obstruct justice nor the potentially millions of dollars the Biden family has made from influence peddling. That Hunter Biden says so little about these issues says plenty.
  • Poll: In faceoff with Biden, Haley, DeSantis outperform Trump
    Former Ambassador and Gov. Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis both perform better against President Joe Biden in a hypothetical general election matchup than former President Donald Trump, according to The Center Square Voters' Voice poll.
  • Hamas-Israel War: The tunnel war begins
    While the outcome of what is looking to be one of the most challenging battles in Israeli history remains unclear, one thing is certain. The war that the IDF has fought so far from afar with air and artillery is about to get far more costly for its troops.
  • Honeysuckle in the valley
    For a few fleeting days, the valley was washed in colors, red, yellow, orange and even some still lingering green, and then the wind blew and the rain fell and the trees were suddenly bare. Even the sky looked whitewashed and barren. 
  • A time to remember veterans
    We can never forget the monuments and memorials that America’s communities have built to honor our veterans. Indeed, there may be no more powerful or poignant landmarks anywhere and later this week, on Veterans Day, we will gather in many of these places to remember.
  • Stopping support for Hamas
    In 2018, the Trump administration rightly ended American aid to UNRWA, calling it an “irredeemably flawed operation.” President Trump knew American taxpayer money should not support Hamas, directly or indirectly. Inconceivably, the Biden administration reversed the move.
  • My plan to curb Iran's terror financing
    Terrorists are unreasonable, barbaric monsters in search of destruction. As it has throughout history, the United States must remain their worst nightmare. Americans stand with freedom and the people of Israel during their darkest hour. With responsible, measured action, we can help our ally stamp out Hamas once and for all.  
  • What do we do now?
    For my entire life, these bad players and others have been trying to destroy Western culture and our way of life. They are not going to pause; they are not going to stop. It is up to us to stop them.
  • Arizona Rep: Only ‘a fool’ wouldn’t expect terrorism at an open border
    During the one-week period from Oct. 8-14, CBP arrested six Iranians, three Lebanese, one Egyptian and one Saudi Arabian trying to cross the Rio Grande River in the Del Rio Sector, which includes besieged Eagle Pass. Because of ongoing terrorism, instability and anti-American sentiments in the region, Syria and Iran are currently listed under State Department Level Four Travel Advisories: DO NOT TRAVEL.
  • Strategic Petroleum Reserve meant to be a buffer during crisis
    America’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) is meant to serve as a buffer to protect American families and businesses during a crisis, including natural disasters and geopolitical events. The Biden administration’s decision to draw significant reserves from the SPR leaves Americans vulnerable to future instability. 
  • Chinese defense spending may exceed U.S. spending
    In 2017, the U.S. recognized a state of Great Power Competition with China. In 2020, OSD publicly stated that “China has already achieved parity with – or even exceeded – the United States in several military modernization areas.
  • Biden’s hope for a stable Middle East: A mismatch between vision and policy
    The Islamic regime in Iran is the sole obstacle to peace in the Middle East. The regime has spent the last four decades building a network of 19 armed groups in the region including Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), Houthis and Hashd al-Shaabi to create instability and foment terrorism and to destroy the state of Israel.
  • Virulent antisemitism and the rot at U.S. universities
    University leaders, who postured on every fashionable issue, have responded with bland, spineless statements. It’s no surprise that parents are rethinking which universities their children should attend, and major donors are doubting whether universities are worthy of their support. For Jewish students, these threats are real. They face harassment, intimidation, and bullying.
  • Biden family ‘loans’ raise serious questions
    We already know that the Bidens used over 20 shell companies to move money around the world and disguise the flow of money. Now we understand that on top of that structure, the Biden family seems to have used a series of loans to move money from family member to family member. 
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