Shane Vander Hart: While in principle, it is moral and just for the government to execute those convicted of heinous crimes, there are plenty of good reasons why Iowa should not reinstitute the death penalty after 52 years.
Judicial Crisis Network launches ad slamming “Religious Litmus Test” imposed by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) during her questioning of Amy Coney Barrett.
Democrats advocate in their 2016 draft platform ending the death penalty for murders and forcing taxpayers to fund the murder of innocent, preborn babies.
Will NAE adopt the habit of mainline Protestants to jettison traditional teachings by votes among select elites in vain pursuit of wider social approval?
I recently listened to the audio version of John Grisham’s book The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town. It’s a story primarily about Ron Williamson, an ex-baseball star with developing mental issues who is convicted of a murder he did not commit. I was in the midst of one of my ordinary […]
Governor Mike Huckabee talked to reporters this weekend at the Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon Presidential Libraries in California while on a book tour for his new children’s book Can’t Wait Till Christmas. Among those reporters was KADY-TV* reporter Maria Sanchez. Huckabee said: “Whoever in our government leaked that information is guilty of treason and I […]
I had the opportunity to sit down yesterday at Smokey Row with Jim Gibbons who is one of the gazillion (okay, seven) Republicans running to knock off Congressman Leonard Boswell in Iowa’s Third Congressional District. Jim when he wrestled for Iowa State University (I’ll forgive the fact that he didn’t wrestle for my beloved Hawkeyes) […]
1. C. Michael Patton answers the question – What is Orthodoxy?. He outlines what is considered to be Historical Christian Orthodoxy, Historic Protestant/Evangelicalism Orthodoxy, Roman Catholic Orthodoxy, and Eastern Orthodoxy. This is an interesting post and it will help clarify for some of my readers when I mention historic Christian orthodoxy what that means. Usually […]