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The War on Boys


The Least Free Place in America

Colleges and universities are no longer for education, but indoctrination for young minds to conform to rules of censorship, speech codes and political correctness. Indeed, they are institutions which foster and promote the very antithesis of free-thinking.

What Ever Happened to Individual Responsibility?

The moral decline of America continues unabated. The governing powers manifest this immoral state. Contributing factors are many, but one stands out in my own mind. It is that of individual responsibility. It is as scare as hen’s teeth in this ‘modern progressive’ society. People today are irresponsible beyond belief when compared to the early […]

January 14

Where Have All the Patriots Gone?

Edmund Burke, reflecting on the French Revolution, said, “To make us love our country, our country ought to be lovely.” There is a twin responsibility that encompasses a great and noble nation. It may be summed up in the powers that be and the people. Responsibility rest on the whole to the exclusion of neither. […]

November 16

The Great Value In Disaster

Thomas Edison’s laboratory was virtually destroyed by fire in December 1914. Although the damage exceeded $2 million, the buildings were only insured for $238,000 because they were made of concrete and thought to be fireproof. Much of Edison’s life’s work went up in spectacular flames that December night. At the height of the fire, Edison’s […]

Film: GMO–What’s On Your Plate?

GMO director and concerned father Jeremy Seifert is in search of answers. How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice? And perhaps the ultimate question, which Seifert tests himself: is it even possible to reject the food system currently in place, or have we lost something we […]

Film: God’s Not Dead

Challenging authoritarianism – and atheism – in academia. This looks like a promising film to see. ht

Law Professor Explains Why You Should Never Talk to Police…Ever.

A law school professor and former criminal defense attorney tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.

September 18

Could You Pass An 8th Grade Exam?

Let me rephrase that. Could you pass an 8th grade exam from 100 years ago? There, that’s better. If there was ever any question as to how far educational standards have fallen, this digital image of a 100 year old exam should put any doubt to rest. Note how, in the Civil Government portion of […]

Lessons on the Ordinances of God

Q: To whom are the ordinances of God made effectual? A: To all of God’s elect they are effectual to salvation and to them only. When the Gentiles heard this, they began rejoicing and glorifying the word of the Lord; and as many as had been appointed to eternal life believed. – Acts 13:48; But […]

Social Justice Activism for First-Graders

“Common core” educational materials have certainly changed since I was growing up, and not for the better….

Obama Enslaving the Black Community (Video)

August 19

How Much Do You Really Know About C.S. Lewis?

In light of the incredible popularity of the writings, videos and quotations of C.S. Lewis among evangelicals (and especially new Calvinists), I thought it helpful to get a more accurate portrait of Lewis than what those promoting him have been giving. The following article of research on Lewis is by David Cloud. Link is at […]

July 27

Is Sunday School Destroying Our Kids?

Several years ago I met with a woman distraught by her son’s rejection of Christianity. She said, “I did everything I could to raise him right. I taught him to be like the ‘heroes of faith,’ with the faithfulness of Abraham, the goodness of Joseph, the pure heart of David, and the obedience of Esther.” […]

July 12

Modern Day Janissaries–Are You Raising One?

In the 14th century Turkish administrators would scour their regions for sons of the Sultan’s Christian subjects. These boys, usually between the ages of 10 and 12, were taken from their Christian parents, and given to the Turkish families to learn the customs and rules of Islam. They were supervised 24 hours a day, and […]

July 04

Abraham Lincoln’s War Against the Declaration of Independence

We attended the Southern Heritage Conference in Monroe LA, May, 2003, where there were some very interesting speakers. One of the speakers brought out the fact that America’s empire building, which we are witnessing today, started with Abraham Lincoln. The speaker cited the Gettysburg Address, and gave two examples of what Lincoln said. Lincoln has […]

Evolution vs God

A new film, Evolution vs God: Shaking the Foundations of Faith, will be available for download on July 9, 2013. Having viewed the trailer, I look forward to seeing it in its entirety. Those who hold to Darwinian evolution should watch it, and if they do, need to prepare to have their faith shaken.

Dealing with Pig-Headed Christians

The difficulty in attempting to explain the meaning of a passage of Scripture to one who has his mind made up already is a task greater than a human being possesses. Aren’t you glad that it’s the Holy Spirit Who illumines believers’ minds—and not you? Of course, He does so—interestingly—not apart from but, through the […]

April 13

While the Founders Gently Weep

Aaron Harvey is a father in Florida, and this man is not happy. He’s unhappy because his wife found a piece of paper in their son’s school backpack. On the paper were the following words written in crayon by his fourth grade son: I am willing to give up some of my constitutional rights in […]

Parents, Your Kids Don’t Belong to You

Who do you think she voted for on the last presidential election?

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