February 11, 2022

How can Christians best engage with politics in a way that shows love to their neighbors and brings glory to God? Read more

February 16, 2021

I am a conservative, a Republican, and an evangelical Christian, and I am writing to my fellow conservatives, Republicans and my evangelical friends in particular.  I know most of you are disappointed that Donald Trump did not win the election and that you are deeply concerned about the direction of our beloved country.  Perhaps more pointedly, most of you believe he did win the 2020 election, but has been denied the presidency by fraudulent, criminal activity.  I’d like to address... Read more

September 15, 2020

I grew up with a generalized investing philosophy espoused by my grandfather: invest during a Democratic administration (market down), sell during a Republican administration (market up). Since I am going to write about what I think is the worst-case scenario for investors post-November 3, 2020, when the nation selects its next President, I decided to do a little analysis to see if he was right. According to research compiled in July 2020 by Halah Touryalai and Sergei Klebnikov, staff journalists... Read more

July 6, 2020

The political and religious life in America is so heavily loaded with questionable actions and attitudes that it risks generating more chaos and instability. Statues are destroyed, properties are vandalized, people are beaten, victimized, and even killed. I am sure that among those who express their discontent through acts of vandalism and violence are many Christians. Should Christians express their discontent by removing and destroying statues? My answer is “no,” a firm “no.” From a historical point of view. A... Read more

September 18, 2019

Constitution. For most people that word brings to mind the image of an old, fragile piece of parchment. But consider the word a little longer than that initial image. What does constitution really mean? Read more

July 8, 2019

Do you know what to do when the American flag passes you by? If you don’t know, don’t be embarrassed. Read this article so you’re ready the next time the stars-and-stripes travel by you at an event. Read more

January 3, 2019

The 116th Congress will be the most diverse in U.S. history: 126 women will take office, including 43 women of color. Yet, as many have noted, this new diversity is confined to one side of the aisle. The number of Republican women in Congress is actually dropping from 23 to 13. Only one out of 36 freshman female representatives is a Republican. So while 2018 certainly was the Year of the Woman, Republican women are watching from the sidelines. Whether you are progressive or conservative, this is bad news. Read more

January 3, 2019

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