Ten Most Corrupt Politicians In Washington DC

By Frosty Wooldridge. Marriane Williamson, author of the book A Return to Love, announced this past fall her plan to run for Congress in the 33rd district of California to stop the “Culture of Corruption” in our nation’s capital. Without a doubt, deep, systemic corruption thrives in our U.S. Congress. … [Read more...]

America’s Greatest Challenge For 2014

By Frosty Wooldridge. What do you consider the most important issue facing America in 2014? What will affect our country more than any other challenge facing us in the 21st century? What long-term impact will change the face of America for the worse? A reader said, “This is truly scary when one adds it all … [Read more...]

Reflections On 2013: A Year Of Growing Tension

By Frosty Wooldridge. How do you sum up 2013 as a year for the United States and her citizens? What criteria do you use? Good, bad and ugly? As Clint Eastwood said, “A man’s got to know his limitations. Well, do ya’ punk?” The same could be said for our country. Do we understand our limitations? On the … [Read more...]

Equations Of Christmas: What Does “X” Really Mean?

By Dr. Gary L. Welton I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas, a White Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Season’s Greetings; but most of all, I wish you a Blessed Christmas. Being at our season of life, in those years between teenage children and endearing excitable grandchildren, my wife and I recall … [Read more...]

Drink, Drive, Kill Four People: Get Off Free

By Frosty Wooldridge. This year, Houston, Texas resident, Ethan Couch, a 16 year old, rich, spoiled brat drank himself into three times the allowable limit to drive a car—and drove over five people walking across a crosswalk. He killed four and placed the fifth in a paralyzed state for the rest of his … [Read more...]

From Playground To Profession: Choosing A Career Path At Age 10?

By James Thrasher. A recent Wall Street Journal article by Peter Cappelli, “Why Focusing Too Narrowly in College Could Backfire,” caught my eye. Cappelli writes, “Students are told to learn the subjects that will best land them a job when they graduate. But that could be the worst thing they could do … The … [Read more...]

What America Will Look Like In 2050, Part 15

By Frosty Wooldridge. This “immigration invasion” moves at such an imperceptible speed, few Americans realize it and most don’t possess a clue as to the end result. Those who understand the final equation feel paralyzed and helpless in the face of our president and Congress representing illegal aliens and … [Read more...]

Liberty of Conscience in the Public Square: Challenges to the Affordable Care Act

By Dr. L. John Van Til. Editor’s note: The subject of this article is derived from a conference paper that Dr. Van Til will present at the 2014 Annual Conference in April. It is not surprising that Obamacare, especially the HHS mandate, has generated dozens of lawsuits. The question is: What is at issue … [Read more...]

Pope Francis: Espousing A Peronist Rather Than A Marxist Liberation Theology?

By Alejandro Antonio Chafuen. Editor’s note: This article first appeared at Forbes.com. When I came back to the Roman Catholic Church, around 1975, Liberation Theology was very popular in my native Argentina. Even the elite Catholic high schools were using the Latin American Bible for their classes. … [Read more...]

Alcohol, Patriotism, And The NFL: The Best Hope For Tailgaters

By Lee S. Wishing. I was disturbed at what I recently witnessed at a Buffalo Bills football game. The Bills hosted their cross-state rival, the New York Jets, in Orchard Park, N.Y. I had attended many Bills games years ago, but this was different. The young fans seemed hopeless, yet searching for … [Read more...]