John Gustavsson discusses Sweden’s general election that takes place on Sunday, September 9th, and the Sweden Democrats’ role in it.
Amy K. Frantz: With “free” healthcare remember the government is paying the bills so the government is also making the healthcare decisions.
It has been a busy year! I thought it would be fun to take a look back at our stories published in 2015 and share our top 15 stories based on page views.
John Gustavsson: The political establishment will have to see that while neutrality may have served Sweden in the past, today you need friends to survive.
Sadly, just like kidnappers do not suddenly start to like their victims just because they develop Stockholm syndrome neither will terrorists with Swedes.
Swedes are going to start asking questions like why the country gives asylum to seven times as many refugees every year as the average European country.
John Gustavsson: I am a nationalist. More specifically, when people ask about my ideology I tell them I’m a national conservative.
Brian Myers: Islam has proved in Sweden and elsewhere that it can simply over-run Western culture if there is no vibrant Christianity to stop it.
Small nations don’t need the EU to change the world, in fact smaller nations, like Sweden, had more influence before joining the European Union.
1. A great illustration of socialism (HT: Amy Hall). 2. Chuck Colson on same-sex “marriage” and religious liberty – why they can’t coexist, and how religious freedom is being attacked by gay activists demanding to be served. 3. Bivocational pastors? Six reasons why. I can resonate with this since I’m currently a bivocational pastor, albeit […]