John Hendrickson: Ideas have consequences and the dark history of socialism and communism should not be forgotten or treated lightly.
John Gustavsson offers eight questions that Christians should ask and have answers to before they support any anti-establishment candidate.
Marx viewed religion as something negative to get rid off, and his followers certainly tried their best, criminalizing religion and killing millions.
U.S. Senator Tom Harkin (R-Iowa) returned from a trip to Cuba and upon his return praised Cuba’s healthcare system and education system on the Senate floor. Two Republican candidates seeking to fill his seat left open when he retires at the end of his current term responded. “As someone who has worn our nation’s uniform […]
God has given us many means to help the poor, the widow, the invalid and the orphan, both in our congregations and in our communities: the family, our neighbor and His church. Christians, however, like the rest of the world, are tempted to make civil governors our caretakers and look for a governmental solution to […]
During the Communist threat several decades ago, people consoled themselves with this philosophy: “Better red than dead.” In the presence of threats, intimidation, and political extortion, it seemed like a sensible attitude to embrace. Many thought such a resignation would not affect their lives in any meaningful way and adopted it. Few considered its implications […]
Why is a pro-Communist flyer getting passed out to students at Roosevelt High School in Des Moines?
As we celebrate American Independence, it is important to know what it means and what it doesn’t mean. It is important to know what to fight for and what to fight against. After 235 years of American Independence, we are once again in a fight for the survival of the United States. While militant Islam […]
Glenn Beck stirred up some controversy this week when he made the following comments about social justice on his radio program on Monday, he said: I’m begging you, your right to religion and freedom to exercise religion and read all of the passages of the Bible as you want to read them and as your […]
Some in the religious left who embrace ideas like wealth redistribution under the guise of social justice. Many liberal churches in the 60s & 70s embraced liberation theology which embraces Marxist ideals and wraps them around the Cross. So that begs the question is communism biblical? Is Christianity and Communism compatible? D.B. Kuiper (1886-1966) who […]
The Cubans lack toilet paper reports the Miami Herald: The toilet paper shortage is no joking matter for Cubans. Toilet paper is not included in the ration card that covers basic goods at highly subsidized prices, so Cubans have long been forced to buy their supplies at so-called “hard currency stores” or use alternatives — […]
Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez must be jealous that he doesn’t own a car company. I think he’s hoping for a return of the Dodge Shadow as well. Reuters reports from Caracas: CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez said on Tuesday that he and Cuban ally Fidel Castro risk being more conservative than U.S. President […]
1. I’m concerned about what is going on in Mexico with drug cartels and their overall instability. A few links for you to check out: Disorder on the border over at Intellectual Redneck, Tracy Karol posted on Texas’ role regarding what is happening in Northern Mexico, a post on Mexican security at Alamo City Pundit […]