The Election of Donald Trump

Of the 17 individuals that competed in the Republican primary for the 2016 presidential nomination, Donald Trump was my 17th choice. He was dead last on my preferred list of Republican presidential hopefuls.

My Heart on the Election

Next week at this time we will know who the next President of the United States will be. America hangs in the balance. As I’ve been in prayer over this coming election, the Lord has recently impressed some convictions upon my heart. I share those on the brief video posted below recorded in my home office. In it I reveal my heart on the election and how I went from a “never Trump” to a stop Hillary perspective. I hope you have a chance to listen to this message before you vote on November 8. May God bless you and may God bless the United States of America.

American Anti-Israelism: The Worst Part of Obama’s Legacy

Now that Obama is nearing the end of his second Presidential term, his fundamental transformation of America has been nothing short of sweeping and staggering in its proportions, effectiveness, and comprehensiveness.

My Advice to Donald Trump

Personally, I have never really liked Donald Trump. However, while I’m not a big Donald Trump fan, to say the least, the painful truth of the matter is that he is virtually the only thing standing between us and perhaps an even worse Hillary Clinton presidency. As much as I wish this were not so, it […]

The Bible and Voting, with Steve Greenberg

Voting seems to be on everyone’s mind these days as our national Presidential election looms ever closer. In just two months, among many other important electoral issues, we will be deciding who the next President of the United States will be.

More on the Middle East Meltdown

Middle East Chaos1 Russia and the Middle Eastern nations always seem to be in an ongoing state of flux. Here are a few events in the region that have transpired within the scope of just the last few weeks.   Let’s Talk Turkey Turkey is in the news again. A recent failed coup attempt has […]

The Crucifixion of Ted Cruz & the New Republican Political Correctness

What would most likely get me the most accolades from my conservative friends is to write a blog piece criticizing this week’s Democratic National Convention. After all, we are routinely told by pseudo-conservatives that we all need to rally behind the Republican Nominee, unify the party, and defeat Hillary Clinton in November. She is the personification of all evil, as the new Dinesh D’Souza movie Hillary’s America appropriately and accurately argues. However, the Democrats and their predictably outrageous behavior this week is not the real story here. The Democrats kicked conservatism (and authentic Christianity for that matter) out of their party a long time ago. Criticizing the Democratic Party is too easy of a target. Finding a conservative Democrat today, such as the late Robert Casey or Zel Miller, is like trying to find an animal on the endangered species list. However, the real story here, for anybody who actually desires to see the evidence, is how the Republican Party, at least at the national level, is now also going very clearly in the direction of the Democratic Party in terms of purging and ostracizing conservatism from its ranks. In order to validate the statement, one need look no further than how the Republican Party treated Ted Cruz at last week’s Republican National Convention. When all the facts are considered, the Republican Party establishment last week engaged in nothing less than a true smear job against Ted Cruz.

The Condition of the Rule of Law in the Wake of Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal

As most Americans are aware, this week FBI Director James Comey opted to not help prosecute former Secretary State and presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in spite of the fact that Clinton recklessly and irresponsibly both housed and conducted official government business on her private email servers.

My Vote for Trump: Earned Rather than Automatic (Part 2 of 2)

In last week’s post, I explained why Donald Trump is virtually no different than Hillary Clinton on virtually every issue. The Republican Party has, this time around, finally reached the bottom of the barrel and is now on the precipice of nominating someone that is virtually indistinguishable from the Democratic front runner.

My Vote for Trump: Earned Rather than Automatic (Part 1 of 2)

If you were (or are) a Ted Cruz supporter, by now you have no doubt been given “the lecture.” It is the same lecture we conservatives consistently receive every four years around this time. The lecture, usually delivered by a sanctimonious and self-appointed fellow “conservative” Republican goes something like this: “Gee, I am really sorry […]