Conservative Truth
Dr. Tom Barrett
At some point, America is going to have to start ignoring who is espousing a position and look at the facts before we decide whether something is true or not. If we continue to base our beliefs on which person or party is presenting the case, we will continue to be a confused, uninformed people.

Here’s the definition of Stupid: Hating or reviling someone or something because your opponent likes it or them, and loving or praising someone or something because your opponent dislikes it or them. Doesn’t that sound juvenile, like something middle-school kids do when their clique comes into conflict with another clique? It is juvenile – and most Americans – Republicans and Democrats – act that way.  Read more...
Everything You Need to Know about the Singapore Summit
Dr. Tom Barrett
All week I had planned to write an article about the historic Summit in Singapore between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un of North Korea. Because it was so much on my mind, I did something I have never done before. I wrote five posts in a row on the same subject. These were posted on (please stop by and “Like” my page). These five posts each covered an important aspect of the Summit and its impact.

Ultimately, I decided to post those five instead of writing an article. This was not out of laziness (I love to write). Rather, it was because I couldn’t have said it better if I started over again. These were written contemporaneously with the events in question, and carry more immediacy. Enjoy!
Special Commentary
The Fed is privately owned. Its shareholders are private banks.
Ellen Brown
“Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers - foreign and domestic speculators and swindlers, and rich and predatory money lenders.” – The Honorable Louis McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee in the 1930s. 

The Federal Reserve (or Fed) assumed sweeping new powers in 2008. In an unprecedented move in March 2008, the New York Fed advanced the funds for JPMorgan Chase Bank to buy investment bank Bear Stearns for pennies on the dollar. The deal was particularly controversial because Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan, sits on the board of the New York Fed and participated in the secret weekend negotiations. In September 2008, the Federal Reserve did something even more unprecedented, when it bought the world’s largest insurance company. Read more...
Brian W. Peterson
Frau Merkel has suggested that the Europeans should shun the US and start their own little New World Order without us, surely to be a socialistic Nirvana, where an unknown number of nations will band together, unable to pay for their own military defense because they are too busy paying for their free-loader populations, both native and immigrant. Their multicultural experiments and ventures into “free” everything can work now, to some degree, because the muscular American Eagle flies over their lands, providing protection.  Read more...
Many small Christian business owners have had their livelihoods threatened - the Supreme Court to the rescue.
Bob Pascarella
Finally, in a long-anticipated showdown, this issue came to a head and religious liberty, the First Freedom, prevailed. On June 04 (2018) in a landmark case, the United States Supreme Court in a 7-2 ruling handed down a decision in the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The court sided with Jack Phillips owner of the Masterpiece Bakeshop, who in 2012 refused a same-sex couple, Charlie Craig and David Mullins, in their request that he bake a custom-made cake for their wedding ceremony.  Read more...
To dream the impossible dream - To go where the brave dare not go.
Darlene Casella
Detractors have been wrong about foretelling the results of President Trump’s actions a majority of the time. Some would rather be wrong than welcome his success.  Read more...
Jake MacAulay
We at the Institute on the Constitution believe that it’s time to stop frightening our children into Global participation and instead enlighten them to the blessings of the constitutional free markets and individual liberty in America.  We are hoping you will join us.  Read more...
Brent Smith
Voting in elections – local, State and national, is a right of every American citizen, 18 years of age and older. There is no test or licensing process one has to go through. That’s how we know it’s a right.

So why bring up the subject of voting rights? Because, as many of us know, the United States Supreme Court recently handed the democrat party a potentially crushing bit of news. In Ohio, dead people will no longer be allowed to vote.  Read more...
Ed Delph
Last week, my wife Becky and my 94-year-old father took a driving trip. I had a ministry appointment in Durango, Colorado. My father loves adventure. He is mentally sharp and always ready for an outing. And Becky is the road trip queen.  Read more...
Brent Smith
Most of us know about the defeat of incumbent Republican Congressman Mark Sanford to South Carolina State Rep. Katie Arrington. Many are pointing to President Trump’s influence in the race. Trump tweeted his support of Arrington over Sanford on election day, which may have been what put Arrington over the top.

Sanford is considered to be one of those dreaded Never-Trumpers. If true, that’s a rather idiotic stance to take. It’s as idiotic a stance as being an Ever-Trumper, or Trump apologist. No man is perfect, nor is he completely flawed.  Read more...
Don Boys, PhD
Any man who assumes he has permission to be anything other than courteous, even chivalrous, to a lady is a pig who deserves any punishment permitted by law. In fact, I have always believed that a rapist should be executed - after a fair, fast trial! I introduced a bill in the Indiana House of Representatives that would require life in prison for rape with the stipulation that the governor could not pardon the felon or give him clemency. Everyone came after my scalp, even my “friend” the Governor! He was angry because I was trying to limit his authority while almost everyone else thought I was mistreating rapists by the stiff sentence!  Read more...
Video of the Week
Listen to a voice of reason
Brent Smith


You may have heard that a couple of transgender students, boys who think they’re girls, were allowed to compete at a girl’s track meet recently in Connecticut. It didn’t go well for the girls as the fake girls kicked their butts.

 Now there’s a debate about whether this is fair for the girls who have given up much to workout, train and compete, all for nothing – to lose to boys playing dress up. 

Well, it’s not fair – it’s absurd, but this is the disease of radical leftism. They will keep on pushing ridiculous agenda items as this until the system just collapses or enough people of common sense declare that enough is enough. And that time has come.