Lingamfelter: Rare Leaders
Where are the leaders? In the course of American history, leaders of vision have blessed our nation. That was certainly the case…
Card: … and That’s Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
We did elect a chairman and he deserves everyone’s support
Duncan: It’s Beginning to Look Like Gilead as Christian Nationalism Grows
It’s not the rule of the majority, or even of a large minority. What’s winning is the tyranny of an aggressive but small sectarian minority. And that’s not good for America or Christianity.
For the next two weeks, we’ll be on the road visiting our kids and grandkids in Kansas City. So, I just…
Lingamfelter: Time For a New World Order
Where is the United Nations (UN)? For the first time in recent history, certainly since 1945, a major war has…
Lingamfelter: A Time for Courage, Not Timidity
Russia is essentially an economically emaciated remnant of the former Soviet Union. But it remains a significant world power given its robust nuclear weapons arsenal. We were reminded of this when Russia’s maniacal dictator, Vladimir Putin, threatened to use them if any NATO nation intervened to oppose Russian forces after they invaded Ukraine on 24 February. What are our options now?
Lingamfelter: Truth and Justice
Like many of you, I am watching what is occurring in Ukraine and am deeply concerned. It is no secret that…
Lingamfelter: Strategic Clarity
In 1963, two years after the Berlin Wall was constructed with Russian support to stop people from leaving communist East…
Kish: Air Force Veteran Dan Moy Has What It Takes to Be a Serious Congressman for 5th District
‘I am the son of a Hungarian Freedom Fighter who was forced to flee his home city of Budapest when the Soviet tanks rolled in in 1956.’
Lingamfelter: Czar Vladmir I
Putin’s vile aggression is about one single proposition: a return of Russian domination over the post-WW II captured lands of the former Soviet Union. He seeks a resurgent Russian empire, not in the form of a communist dictatorship, but rather one closer to Czarist Russia that existed before the USSR.