Mohler: Party Platforms Shifting?

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In recent years, it has been impossible to imagine a Republican Party platform that would not be pro-life and pro-traditional marriage, and a Democratic platform that would not be pro-choice and pro-gay marriage. Although this divide is likely to continue, there are questions now being raised on the Republican side...

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Hewitt: All Eyes On Indiana

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All eyes are on Indiana as the race for the GOP presidential nomination heads into its home stretch of 10 states. First up—and all important—is Indiana. Although it would not be impossible for the convention to end up denying Donald Trump the Republican nomination if the Manhattan tycoon wins the...

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Mohler: A Person Without Constitutional Rights

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Hillary Clinton recently made a very revealing statement on “Meet the Press” with Chuck Todd. Mr. Todd asked Secretary Clinton, “When or if does an unborn child have Constitutional rights?” A very important question we note, and we should credit Mr. Todd with having the fortitude as a journalist to...

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Religious Liberty Is the Problem?

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The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights recently published a “Statement Condemning Recent State Laws and Pending Proposals Targeting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community.” It was motivated by new Mississippi laws protecting religious freedom and by North Carolina’s much-discussed “bathroom law.” The statement includes these words, “Civil rights protections...

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Towards An Opportunity Culture

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“Victimhood culture” has now been identified as a widening phenomenon by mainstream sociologists. On campuses, activists interpret ordinary interactions as so-called “microaggressions” and set up “safe spaces” to protect students from certain forms of speech.   The problem is that the line is fuzzy between fighting for victimized people and...

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Davenport: Year of the Disruptors

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If we made a movie about campaign 2016, it would be “Year of the Disruptors.” On the Republican side, we are down to Donald Trump, a complete disruptor of the political process, and Ted Cruz, a U.S. Senator but a disruptor in style. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders is...

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Davenport: Judge Erases History

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College students, seeking to remove the names of campus founders who don’t live up to contemporary standards, aren’t the only ones erasing history.  A federal judge in Los Angeles has done some erasing of her own, saying the little tiny cross on top of a mission depicted on the county...

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