Albert Mohler: How Can We Explain Such An Act Of Evil?

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The little Texas town of Sutherland Springs is experiencing unfathomable grief and mourning. On Sunday, a gunman dressed in black entered the First Baptist Church during worship and killed at least 26 people in cold blood – targeting men, women, and children – including the 14 year-old daughter of the...

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Lanhee Chen: The Long-Running Russia Disinformation Campaign

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This past week, executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google testified before Congress about Russian meddling in the 2016 election. For well over a decade, the Russians have spread disinformation and sought to influence the outcome of elections throughout Europe and elsewhere. The obvious question is, “Why hasn’t more been done to...

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Michael Medved: No Market For Mauling The Middle Class

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“Suburbicon”—the prestigious new movie release from director George Clooney—features Matt Damon and Juliane Moore with a screenplay co-written by the Oscar-winning Coen brothers. The film opened with high hopes on more than 2,000 screens, but proved to be a commercial disaster with just $2.8 million on opening weekend. Even more...

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Albert Mohler: The AP Stylebook Joins The Sexual And Moral Revolution

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The Associated Press Stylebook has decided to join the sexual and moral revolution, and it’s going to war with human nature. The new guidelines instruct that writers and editors, for example, should “avoid references to being born a boy or girl.” On the one hand, we must realize that one...

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David Davenport: Civic Education To Save The Republic

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A recent report reminds us that if the future of the American republic is in question, doing a better job with civic education is the answer. The report for the “ Democracy at a Crossroads National Summit ” provides plenty of reasons for pessimism: people don’t trust their government, they don’t vote, they don’t take part...

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Michael Medved: Winning The War Of Ideas?

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The liberal author of a recent book praising “The Naughty Nineties” and the influence of the Clintons, came to a surprising conclusion about our ongoing battle of ideas. “I thought the left had triumphed,” David Friend told The New York Times. “I was wrong. The more research I did, I...

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Hillary Exposed on the Dossier Controversy

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Three big interviews on the latest HRC/DNC dossier scandal: Hugh talks with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Mike Gallagher has White House Spokeswoman Sarah Sanders on and Dennis Prager digs into the dossier with Wall Street Journal editor Kimberly Strassel. Senator Lamar Alexander explains the latest on the effort to repeal...

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Medved: A Vile Attempt To Tarnish Lincoln

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A group of students at University of Wisconsin used the recent Indigenous People’s Day to try to discredit Abraham Lincoln. They covered a monumental statue of the 16th President with derisive signs and staged a “Die-In” in front of it. “Let’s be real,” said a protest leader. “He owned slaves,...

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Hugh Hewitt: Senate Republicans And The Logjam On Judicial Nominees

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President Trump recently decried the inability of Congress to approve his court nominees. “We have some of the most qualified people,” he said. “They’re waiting forever on line... it’s not fair.” More than anyone else, Sen. Charles E. Grassley, chair of the Judiciary Committee, methodically frustrates the...

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Hugh Hewitt: Masterpiece Cakeshop, Secular Absolutism And Religious Liberty

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President Trump’s enduring support among evangelical Christians and Mass-attending Catholics befuddles many of his critics. The genuinely confused, instead of those who merely arch their eyebrows, should realize that for millions of voters, religious liberty remains the overarching issue of the day. And most of those voters are very well...

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Albert Mohler: California’s Effort To Legislate Religious Liberty

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The state of California, the nation’s most populous state, is often the epicenter of cultural and moral change in the nation. Governor Jerry Brown recently vetoed Assembly Bill 569, which would have, shockingly enough, removed religious employers’ ability to make hiring and firing decisions based on their own religious code of...

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Michael Medved: Appropriate Praise For The Trump – McConnell Team

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Some conservatives expressed dismay, and even a sense of betrayal, over the President’s recent press conference with Mitch McConnell, in which Trump praised the Senate Majority Leader for his loyalty and effectiveness. What did Trump have in mind, McConnell’s many right-wing critics seemed to wonder? Very likely, he appreciated the Kentucky Senator’s...

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Hugh Hewitt: With Honor To Our Troops Upon The Defeat Of Isis

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The defeat of ISIS in its self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa—and its self-proclaimed caliphate—is a huge victory for the West and for the U.S.-backed forces that cleared that Syrian city of its remaining ISIS killers. Those self-proclaimed martyrs surrendered, by the way, refusing to fight to the death as ISIS propaganda...

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