June 13, 2018

During Tuesday’s Singapore summit, Trump agreed to stop war games with South Korea, provided North Korea began the process of denuclearization in earnest. Today, the administration is promising to resume war games (which North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un finds a threat) if North Korea fails to keep their end of the bargain. From TIME: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises will resume if North Korea stops negotiating in good faith over its nuclear program…. Read more

January 19, 2018

Those of us who hold pro-life values believe that a life is a life from conception. When you hear your baby’s heartbeat just six weeks after conception, there is no denying there is a tiny life nestled inside of you. The child growing in your womb is not just part of “your body” like an appendix, easily eradicated and never missed, it’s a life of its own in incubation, waiting to enter the big, brave world. (more…) Read more

January 15, 2018

There are many reasons to love Dr. King’s message. Freedom, hope, equality, and love are invaluable goals and lessons, but the greatest of these is love. In a political realm fraught with derision and vitriol, what better reminder than the transformative power of love? Loving those who love you back is no chore, but loving those who hate and scorn you is another matter entirely. At the launch of the Montgomery bus boycott, King said: “Let us fight passionately and… Read more

January 12, 2018

If you spend any amount of time on the internet, particularly on social media, you’re keenly aware of the divisiveness wrought by the mention of anything remotely political. It’s tragic. Each of us has in our pockets or purses a tool that makes possible communication in any number of ways. Yet, more often than not disagreements devolve into schoolyard name-calling and sometimes escalate, damaging or even causing the termination of long-standing relationships. (more…) Read more

January 6, 2018

Utah’s Senior Senator Orrin Hatch announced earlier this week that he would retire at the end of his current term, putting to rest rumors the 83-year-old Hatch would stick around for an eighth term. An announcement from Senator Orrin G. Hatch. #utpol pic.twitter.com/UeItaLjR3j— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) January 2, 2018 Hatch’s retirement leaves a coveted seat in a heavily red state to fill. Naturally, immediate speculation focused on former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 Presidential Candidate, Mitt Romney, who’d previously expressed… Read more

December 28, 2017

Prince Harry smartly side-stepped a media-made controversy over the upcoming nuptial guest list. (more…) Read more

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