Brian Myers gives tribute to Frank Brown, an Iowan who saw success as an amateur athlete spanning decades. Brown finished his earthly race after a battle with cancer.
Pete Klindt went from leader of the Pete Klint Quintet, a favorite Rock-n-Roll band in Iowa in the 1960s to a business executive who follows Christ.
Brian Myers offers his thoughts on the collapse of the House Republican plan to replace Obamacare last week and its aftermath.
Brian Myers: Three years ago, Shane Vander Hart was falsely condemned as a racist by fools whose ignorance was surpassed only by their own hubris.
Brian Myers: Every election cycle the “lesser of two evils” concept comes up. Nobody however ever discusses what is considered evil or the nature of a vote.
Brian Myers: Donald Trump clearly needs to be in therapy. Hillary Clinton clearly needs to be indicted. Neither are fit for the White House.
Brian Myers: It took generations for the apostasy of mainline Christian denominations to wreck the spiritual foundation of the culture, but it is complete.
Brian Myers: Liberals in our country seem to want to make the same self-destructive mistakes Europe has made with immigration and multiculturalism.
Brian Myers: How can Democrats be simultaneously excited for their first female presidential nominee and claim gender is a meaningless social construct?
Brian Myers: With Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton occupying the White House what we need are the mercies of God and an Article V Convention of the States.
Brian Myers: The wholesale condemnation of Trump’s earlier answer supporting some punishment for women having abortions is a real problem for pro-lifers.
Brian Myers: Like many in science nowadays, Neil DeGrasse Tyson fools himself into thinking that something is not true that is indeed true.
Brian Myers: Norman Wirzba has just offered a rehash of the social gospel drivel which was infecting the mainline Christian denominations a century ago.
Brian Myers: It seems beyond debate that Scripture supports the duty of a nation to see to the security of its citizens and the right to govern its borders.
Brian Myers: And while I do indeed think political matters are important, charity among brethren is more important.
Brian Myers says one of the greatest problems we face as a nation is judicial tyranny which he believes can be best solved through an Article V convention.