Donald Trump and Ted Cruz both addressed North Carolina’s bathroom law that prevents transgenders from using bathrooms of the opposite sex.
Shane Vander Hart: Breitbart News is free to support or not support whoever they like, but they lose credibility when they offer misleading headlines.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) rallied hundreds of voters at the Gateway Hotel and Conference Center in Ames, IA on Saturday morning with 50 hours left until the Iowa Caucuses.
Nationally syndicated TV and radio host Glenn Beck endorsed U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for President of the United States during a rally in Ankeny, IA.
Sarah Palin launched her own online TV channel – the Sarah Palin Channel. The former Governor of Alaska and 2008 Vice Presidential candidate made the announcement yesterday by video. Palin said in a statement accompanying the video on Facebook, “Tired of media filters? Well, so am I. So, let’s go rogue together and launch […]
Brian and Steve talk to James Wanliss, associate professor of physics at Presbyterian College and Faith McDonnell of The Institute of Religion and Democracy
Glenn Beck shined a spotlight on the Common Core State Standards in his show on The Blaze TV saying it is one of the greatest problems we now face.
WorldNetDaily ran a story that created some buzz with Glenn Beck saying that Beck had lost faith in everything in Washington and quotes Beck, Surrender. You’re powerless over it. And you are. We’re powerless over anything that happens in Washington. And so what do you do? You try to make amends for the things that you’ve […]
If there was one thing about the Tea Party movement that was troublesome from early on, it was the way that leaders were spoken of. Glenn Beck, for example, often made of a point of saying the tea parties had “no leader” and many libertarians were aghast at the idea that a free people would […]
A prayer meeting called “The Response” attracted 30,000 plus to Reliant Stadium in Houston on August 6th, 2011. The rally, initiated by Governor Rick Perry of Texas, was billed as non-political, though other similar rallies were planned in Iowa, Florida and Arizona, all coinciding with early Republican primaries in those states. Exactly one week to […]
In the last segment, I made the claim that many people, including religious leaders, have fashioned American patriotism into an idol. Like most false religions, there are many elements that are designed in opposition to Christ and the gospel: False Apostles It is true that some of our founding fathers were orthodox Christians, including Patrick […]
Lord, bless and pity us, shine on us with thy face: That th’ earth thy way, and nations all may know thy saving grace. Let people praise thee, Lord; let people all thee praise. O let the nations be glad, in songs their voices raise: Thou’lt justly people judge, on earth rule nations all. Let […]
America needs reviving, but it won’t happen through politics or rallies held in the name of unity, service, justice or cultural involvement by Christians. Revival means “life from the dead” (Romans 11:15). It is God’s work alone: “See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god with me: I kill, and […]
Now that former Speaker Newt Gingrich is the clear frontrunner, leading the polls in three of the first four early states he will have a target on his back, especially when support is as soft as it is in Iowa. Questions are going to be asked. His past record is going to be brought up […]
Glenn Beck has suggested that Mike Huckabee is the perfect progressive candidate for the Republican Party. I think you’ll be a bit surprised at that claim if you follow the links. This governor granted more pardons than any governor of his state since 1967 This governor struggled with a weight problem most of his […]
It happened at an airport. Satan slithered in to tempt a man. Quiet–yet insistent–he whispered, “You want to be President, don’t you? The most powerful man in the world. Think of all the good you can do. A gospel minister in the White House. God will be glorified—the name of Jesus lifted high!” The devil […]