Category Archives: Politics

We Don’t Trust You to Regulate Firearms

And its because you’re untrustworthy. In what has become our new national pastime, the recent tragedy in Orlando was immediately politicized, and as such, internet, radio, and television were all inundated with nonsense in short order. It makes me wish … Continue reading

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Regaining Sanity on Trump

To say it’s been an interesting election cycle so far would be an understatement. Of course, most of the chaos revolves around Donald Trump, and where there’s chaos, there are people freaking out. When it comes to Trump and the … Continue reading

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Past Time to Rethink Multiculturalism

It seems that stories of the mass sexual assaults that took place in Europe have gotten mainstream attention.  In Cologne, a mob of upwards of a thousand Arab and North African men went on a groping & even raping spree … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Use of the Law

It’s old news that the famous “three uses” to which God puts the law (a curb that restrains sin, a mirror that reveals the depth of our guilt, and a guide by which Christians live) have become very controversial among … Continue reading

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Not Like This

As someone who lives on a somewhat wooded acreage out in the country, I’ve become accustomed to burning yard waste from time to time. From the perspective of one who was raised in the Chicago suburbs, there are an astonishing … Continue reading

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Transgenderism Eats Its own Tail: If boys can be girls, then what does “girl” actually mean?

Like Minnesota before her, Virginia has recently chosen to impose radical gender theory on its schools. The motivation behind this push is supposedly compassion for a select group of boys and girls—specifically the boys who think they are really girls … Continue reading

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In Defense of Offense

I had another article up at The Federalist the other day—this time about the threat to religious liberty posed by a rainbow mob and the foolish attempts by moderates to try and make peace with that mob by accommodating it. … Continue reading

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A Face for Radio

The Federalist ran an essay of mine earlier this week:  Conservatism is Obsolete.  But if that piece leaves you wanting more, I am slated to talk about it on The Steve Deace Show this Thursday at around 4:15 pm ET.

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Do We Have to Amputate?

There’s been an update on the Maryland family threatened by Child Protective Services for allowing their children (10 and 6) to walk to & from a local park on their own. According to the Washington Post, CPS has concluded their … Continue reading

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In Which Some Nets Will Be Deemed More Neutral Than Others

Back when I was in high school, I remember a history teacher of mine giving a not-exactly-unbiased perspective on the liberal/conservative divide in America. Conservatives, he said, were afraid of big government, but liberals realized that big government is the … Continue reading

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