America watched as church leaders in 2020 put the gathering of the saints on par with the meeting of the Rotary Club. Today, those churches are experiencing the results.
Michael Quinn Sullivan
Rather than earn the cheers of our fellow zealots, we should hope for the approval of our Lord and Savior.
The full acquittal of Ken Paxton by the Texas Senate is seen as a repudiation of House Speaker Phelan and the Democrats’ control of the lower chamber.
All law is a matter of morality; the only question is if that law is in keeping with, or foreign to, the moral precepts of holy scripture.
The surest foundation is found not in nature or monuments, but in Christ alone.
Governing power draws egomaniacs and sycophants.
We must never allow ourselves to be conned into accepting politicians’ false choices any more than we should follow them in the worship of false gods.
Independence Day should not just be a celebration of history, but a commitment to the future.
In politics and culture, the crony establishment uses division to consolidate power. We must fight it through addition.
State Republican Executive Committee rebukes House for impeachment “under illegal circumstances.”