This whole battle between Steve Bannon and Trump is a dream for the lefties, and a nightmare for…Bannon. The left will love the new book Bannon contributed to, but frankly, I don’t have time for anyone’s book designed purely to bring someone down.
Why is this controversial? She left a lifestyle – wasn’t that was HER “choice” to make? If people are entitled to sexual freedom, whatever makes them happy, (or so we are told) why are some gay people upset? This made her happy; in her case, gay relationships weren’t accomplishing that. Some say she’s going to […]
I’ve been reading the book of Ecclesiastes this week, and although I’ve read it before, I’ve been reading it more closely. Basically, the theme of the book is the futility of spending your life seeking temporary riches, knowledge and power, instead of eternal things. Solomon, the author of Ecclesiastes, had everything people think will be […]
Nevada AB 474 puts the majority of the blame for addiction on doctors. Sure, some prescribe too much, and they can be and have been punished, but the bottom line is PERSONAL responsibility. Regardless of the number of forms doctors have to fill out, for the people who like being “out of it”, nothing will […]
We live in a culture and climate today where everyone wants a band-aid for every boo-boo. No one can handle anything anymore. Some people who merely attended the Route 91 Harvest concert where the Las Vegas Massacre occurred now think they’re somehow entitled to compensation. Sure, it had to be scary to all and traumatizing […]
People like State Sen. Tick Segerblom are back at the trough again, trying to squeeze more money out of us. Here’s a hint: Most of what’s wrong with education cannot be fixed with more money. And besides, I thought those taxes from legal pot were supposed to solve all our problems?
Some so-called spiritual leaders wonder why Evangelicals can justify their support for President Trump. Apparently they thought Hillary was a better choice to protect and defend our religious freedom in America?
Millions of tax dollars have already been spent on this case, with very few convictions to show for it. Thomas Mitchell, former long time Editor of the Review Journal, joins me to discuss how this prosecution got botched. He’s been following it.