Conservative Truth
Dr. Tom Barrett
I believe the Democrats in Congress are the dumbest group of humans ever assembled in one place. They think that impeaching our President would guarantee Democrat control of the White House - and probably both Houses of Congress.

In fact, this is the first time I have agreed with Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders about anything: “If for the next year and a half, going right into the heart of the election, all that the Congress is talking about is impeaching Trump, and Trump, Trump, Trump and Mueller, Mueller, Mueller. What I worry about is that works to Trump’s advantage.”  Read more...
Why Our Money is Not Real
Dr. Tom Barrett
On June 22, in 1775, The Continental Congress issued its first paper money, The Continental Dollar. It was backed by nothing except a promise – a promise that the new government could not keep. And so, like all “fiat” currency, it failed.

A “fiat” is a government decree. So when a government decrees that a piece of paper is money, it is called “fiat money.” (Now, when people use that phrase you won’t have to nod your head and pretend that you understand what they’re talking about!) Read more...
 
Special Featured Commentary
Jake MacAulay
The month of June has traditionally been known for the celebration of Father’s Day. Tragically, however, there has been an attack on the family unit by celebrating a distorted view of family through the LGBTQ Pride month. By God's design, a family is a man and a woman raising and training children who will perpetuate new life, commerce, and liberty under God. Many seek to distort this holy and natural definition of marriage and family. I don’t want to be graphic, but think for a moment about the actions they are trying to sell and trying to promote as normal... Read more...
 
Special Commentary
Ed Delph
A few years ago, I was asked some questions on leadership by a graduating university student for a paper he was writing. I thought sharing what I shared with him might be helpful to you. No matter what you do or how old you are, increasing your leadership competency is always good. Everyone is a leader to some degree. I tried to think outside of the box on some of these questions. My responses to his five questions follow.

As we explore leadership, remember there is no perfect leader or type of leader. Every leader is different, developing as they lead. I call it building the airplane while it’s flying. Leader Bob Ehrich says, "I don't know what leadership is. You can't touch it. You can't feel it. It's not tangible. But I do know this: You recognize it when you see it." Interesting. Now let’s explore some of the heart and art of leadership.   Read more...
Lloyd Marcus
While shopping in Walmart, I saw a large exhibit of Listerine mouthwash. The exhibit was covered in rainbows stating that it was in celebration of LGBTQ pride. The wording on the exhibit preached to us about love, respect and anti-bigotry. Why is Johnson & Johnson, which owns Listerine, making a big deal about portraying perverted lifestyles engaged in by less than 3% of the population as something beautiful and crucially important?

My wife Mary showed me a photo on facebook of a Philadelphia politician with his male sex partner. The politician's male sex partner had a full beard with his face painted in gaudy feminine makeup wearing a dress. When did things get so crazy in America that admitting being repulsed by the obviously perverted photo would get one branded a bigot, publicly shamed and severely punished? Read more...
Has Our Republic become a Homocracy?
Rev. Michael Bresciani
 
New York City has declared that the entire month of June will be part of the world’s largest gay pride celebration on earth. In fact, it is named “World Pride Stonewall 50” and uses the slogan “Celebrate Millions of Moments of Pride” for its celebration.

There is little doubt that gay pride celebrations are happening all over the world, but the millions who celebrate homosexuality cannot change the strong warnings of scripture that condemn the practice as perversion and a crime against nature. The short list is as follows... Read more...
We continue to “define deviancy down”, when we show greater concern for the feline than we do innocent human life
Bob Pascarella
Mahatma Gandhi is quoted as saying “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”.

Are you an animal lover, is your home filled with the happy sounds of children laughing and screaming, dogs barking, cats meowing, and birds chirping? And for the record, children are not animals. I have fond memories of furry family members, and like most humans find it reprehensible and unforgivable whenever a news story of animal cruelty is reported on. Sadly it happens often, and at times can be quite grotesque in nature. Read more...
Lloyd Marcus
Watching live TV coverage of President Trump at the Orlando rally where he announced his reelection campaign, I was blown away by Trump's unprecedented, straightforward honesty. With no-holds-barred, Trump told the American people the truth about numerous important issues which have been lied about or hidden by fake news media. I thought, “My goodness, the president just gave the American people a year's worth of truthful news in one speech.” Read more...
The only difference has been time and technology.
Bob McCray
 
Is there a difference between the Patriots of 1776 and the Patriotic Americans of today? The answer is that only time and technology have changed. The enemies of our Republic may have changed, but the goals are the same: the destruction of freedom of will and a free people. Read more...
 
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