That time Catholic Scalia was asked “Isn’t it terribly frightening to believe in the Devil?”

The Gospel Coalition had a great post about Antonin Scalia, which contained this jewel: [Read more...]

Three ways Antonin Scalia’s stunning death affects America

It’s a sad moment, in deed, for family members of Antonin Scalia, who died today at age 79 years.  We extend our condolences to the people who loved him. Texas Governor Greg Abbott said, “Justice Antonin Scalia was a man of God, a patriot, and an unwavering defender of the written Constitution and the Rule of Law. He was the solid rock who turned away so many attempts to depart from and distort the Constitution. His fierce loyalty to the Constitution set an unmatched example, not just for judges and lawyers, but for all Americans. We mourn his passing, and we pray that his successor on the Supreme Court will take his place as a champion for the written Constitution and the Rule of Law. Cecilia and I extend our deepest condolences to his family, and we will keep them in our thoughts and prayers.” [Read more...]

You may not like Google, but check out how they are helping to fight ISIS

We have all seen images depicting the horrors of ISIS. They conduct mass beheadings, engage in sex trafficking and slavery, and are always looking to find ever-more-grotesque ways to kill anyone who refuses to bow before them. [Read more...]

A gay man ran into Kim Davis in an airplane – here’s what happened

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Selfie by Ben Mann

Frequently, people just aren’t as bad as the media makes them out to be. [Read more...]

Faith in politics: loved when reinforcing liberalism, hated when promoting conservative causes

Liberals love to hate many of the GOP candidates.  Salon described Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio as  “anti-intellectual wingnuts,” for example.  But when John Kasich won second place winner in the New Hampshire primary, the Huffington Post declared “compassionate conservatism roars back.”  The New York Times endorsed him, saying he’s “the only plausible choice for Republicans tired of the extremism” of the GOP and that he’s “capable of compromise and believes in the ability of government to improve lives.”  [Read more...]


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