Mohler: A Date That Still Lives in Infamy

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75 years ago today, at 7:48 am in Hawaii, forces of the Imperial Japanese Navy attacked the American Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor. The attack involved 353 aircraft flown from six Japanese aircraft carriers. The attack was savage, intended to destroy the U.S. Pacific Fleet before Japan would even declare...

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LaBerge: Donald Trump: Pragmatist

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President Barack Obama recently observed that Donald Trump is not ideological, but pragmatic. I agree. Donald Trump is a pragmatist who values the “deal” above all else. Pragmatists are often morally flexible and their decision making is based on “what gets the job done” (as opposed to being guided by...

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Medved: Democrat Delusions and Their Dire Prospects

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As Democrats try to regroup from their disastrous performance in recent elections, they delude themselves on two crucial points: •    First, they blame their losses on a uniquely unpopular presidential candidate, despite the fact that Hillary Clinton is hardly alone among recent Democratic nominees in her inability to connect with...

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Mohler: A Chance For Choice

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There is no issue more laden with worldview significance than the issue of education—and the recent announcement of President-elect Donald Trump’s appointment of Betsy DeVos to be the new Secretary of Education brings this to light. On one side of the aisle, the New York Times bemoans the appointment, implying...

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Mexico: Wall is Bad for the Environment

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When all your excuses fail, go environmental.  But even with this nifty new objection, they struggled to stay on message.  From the story: “We fear that there is going to be consequences regarding environmental issues,” Carlos Manuel Sada Solana, Mexico’s ambassador to the U.S., said in an interview with the Arizona...

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