Albert Mohler recently interviewed Stephen Baskerville. Dr. Baskerville is a professor at Patrick Henry College and author of the book, “Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fatherhood, Marriage and the Family.”
Barack Obama threw out the traditional Democratic Party playbook when he launched his “hope and change” campaign for president. He targeted a constituency previously unknown to Democrats. This targeted group was white, evangelical Christians. Considerable inroads with them have been forged by Obama.
The elite of her own Democratic Party are turning on her. The media generally are undercutting her campaign. Her campaign coffers are looking barer every day.
As Congress rakes oil executives over the coals over their profits, I detect the very faint sound of millions of the world's smallest violins playing.
Really, other things are happening besides the race for the White House. Herewith, a roundup of items devoid (almost) of politics . . .
There he was, a man making a serious run for the White House, taking questions from a panel of women who were used to talking about their hot flashes on national television.
Some are now suggesting that perhaps arbitration isn’t the success story it appears to be, and they want to take it away.
There are two kinds of people in the world: the kind who think it's perfectly reasonable to strip search a 13-year-old girl suspected of bringing ibuprofen to school, and the kind who think those people should be kept as far away from children as possible.
On Sunday night the Washington Nationals baseball team played their first regular-season game in their new stadium, Nationals Park.
April's cover of Vogue magazine, featuring a photo of basketball phenomenon LeBron James and supermodel Gisele Bundchen, is drawing fire.
Last year, a senior at Roswell (New Mexico) High School was ticketed for blocking a fire lane outside a middle school and for driving without a license.
A worldview is made up of the answers we give to life’s most fundamental and profound questions. It includes the answers we give to questions of philosophy, religion, ethics and theology.
When John McCain's tongue slipped the other day to say that Iranians are training al-Qaida insurgents when he meant they were training "extremists," few doubted his mastery of the details of terrorism.
As predictable as a college freshman telling me that the “A” sewn on Hester Prynne’s dress symbolizes Puritanical hypocrisy were the commentaries about the Puritanical hypocrisy of the prosecution of Eliot Spitzer.