Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart discusses the life and work of Gordon H. Clark with Doug Douma and Mike Ericson on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Adam Graham: Americans voting according to their consciences can have a huge impact on this election and can force parties to reform or die.
James Wanliss: In the end environmentalism seems less about a healthy and beautiful environment and more an excuse for bullies and busybodies to feel good about themselves by exercising power over others.
This is the seventh in a series of posts – Chapter One, Part Two – from my book, With Christ in the Voting Booth: “He removeth kings, and setteth up kings” (Dan. 2:21). John Calvin’s theology had an enormous influence on Western thought and the views of some of the founders of our nation. He […]
“The problem is we don’t know what the climate is doing. We thought we knew 20 years ago. That led to some alarmist books – mine included – because it looked clear-cut, but it hasn’t happened. The climate is doing its usual tricks. There’s nothing much really happening yet. We were supposed to be halfway […]
Note: This piece is from 2008. I try to post it annually in honor of Earth Day. A few weeks ago we were making a presentation to a prospective customer and one of his employees, when someone mentioned that a particular feature of our products and services would help in compliance with environmental regulations. “Yeah”, said the employee, “We’ll be […]
Okay, okay it’s a little premature. But President Obama won the award and he hadn’t done a single thing to bring in world peace. Terry Jones went from being the most hated man alive to the one man in the country willing to stand up to Islam. After deciding to cancel, or at least postpone […]
An endorsement resembles a recommendation: This guy is a lot like me. If you trust me, you can trust her. I can support this candidate, so can you. Whom a candidate endorses tells us a lot about the candidate themselves. But in the bizarre world of presidential politics, it may also mean giving favors in […]
Miscellany for the week: Andrew Breitbart: Hypocrisy, Thy Name is Andrew Sullivan Al Mohler: When Feminism Kills – Abortion As ‘The Lesser Evil’ The Oregonian: Portland police will investigate accusations that Al Gore groped women Gallup: Independent Voters Favor GOP in 2010 Election Tracking National Review: Kagan’s Abortion Distortion by Shannen Coffin Iowa Politics Insider: […]
Matthew Yglesias at Think Progress commented on Al & Tipper Gore’s divorce after 40 years of marriage, he wrote: Life in a modern-day developed economy is quite long. If two people can be happy together for 38 years, during which time they raise a few kids, and then maybe be unhappy for two years and […]
It is amazing to see how people circle the wagon even after discovering that the Climate Change emperor has no clothes after emails from the University of East Anglia surfaced. It really deflates the push for the climate change treaty in Copenhagen that was supposed to be historic (some would argue disastrous in terms of […]
I wonder if there is a procedure for revoking a Nobel Prize. If so I nominate Al Gore for the de-lauding process.
1. Is there a reason why the Census Bureau needs to be in the White House rather than the Commerce Department? Does this stink to anybody else? Do we really want Rahm Emmanuel involved with counting heads? Let’s not politicize the Census Bureau. 2. Debunking Darwinism – the first post in a 12-part series at […]