Shane Vander Hart looks at a favorite PragerU video that explores the difference between how the left and the right sees how to improve society.
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) in his new book, The Vanishing American Adult, notes the slide toward shallowness public education started on in the 1970s.
Jenna Ellis: We can’t accurately answer the question of “who do you say government is?” without answering “who do you say Jesus is?” first.
“Who is a legitimate press organization?” is an important question, but the answer lies in an organization’s transparency and accuracy, not independence.
Shane Vander Hart: The Des Moines Register is so blinded by their bias they probably don’t even notice when it shows up in their headlines.
Jesse Van Der Molen: The role of the state is one category, personal ethics is another, keep them straight or you will think badly and maybe look silly.
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.
Kelvey Vander Hart: The African American ladies of 1960’s NASA Langley portrayed in Hidden Figures teach us important lessons about change making.
John Jay in The Federalist #2: “The country and this people seem to have been made for each other, and it appears as if it was the design of Providence.”
Kelvey Vander Hart: The Women’s March on Washington over the weekend protesting President Donald Trump wasn’t representative of actual feminism.
Desiring God & Humble Beast in a video with Sho Baraka, Propaganda and Jackie Hill Perry mark the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade ask what is a person?
Brandon Ambrosino, a homosexual, defends HGTV’s Chip & Joanna Gaines from being targeted by BuzzFeed because of their assumed position on same-sex marriage.
Kelvey Vander Hart: We cannot afford to be subjective on the life issue any longer.
Four lessons that we can learn from Desmond Doss, played by Andrew Garfield in the movie Hacksaw Ridge, about the matter of conscience.
John Piper: The right to vote in America is not a binding duty (without regard to other factors) for Christians in every election.