Michael Farris: In light of the Supreme Court's refusal to stop state's threatening churches during COVID-19, churches can learn from homeschoolers.
Cameron Cloud: If we are going to share our message of truth effectively, we should be careful not to first disqualify ourselves by sharing those that are false.
Adam Graham: Mike Rowe has excellent thoughts on education and the need to help kids find blue-collar careers, on COVID-19, not so much.
Shane Vander Hart: Bari Weiss' resignation from the New York Times reveals the illiberalism and silo culture on the left, the right needs to remember it is not immune.
Michael Farris: Back in the day, the advocates of relativism wrapped themselves in the mantle of pluralism. The pretense is over, the new orthodoxy has arrived.
Sandy Salmon: Anyone can think of plenty of things that are wrong about America, but they should never eclipse the things that are good about America!
In keeping with our tradition on Independence Day we are publishing the text of the Declaration of Independence signed in Philadelphia, PA 244 years ago.
Kelvey Vander Hart: In this current cultural moment, there is one question that demands an answer.
Adam Graham: Real leadership would bring Americans together around common-sense reforms addressing the problems raised by the death of George Floyd.
Lisa Hudson: The black family is in crisis and only black America has the answer - a black America divorced from the toxicity of Black Lives Matter.
Steve King: Juneteenth is a day that never gets the national attention it deserves, but is a day all freedom-loving Americans should celebrate.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst and Senate Chaplain Barry Black talk about Juneteenth, the tragic murder of George Floyd, racial justice, and national healing.
Shane Vander Hart offers eight ways that law enforcement can be reformed to rebuild trust within minority communities and decrease instances of force.
Shane Vander Hart: While we take time on Memorial Day weekend to spend with family, take time to remember those who have sacrificed all for our liberty.
Phil Bair: "Human beings themselves are the most powerful weapon against the virus, and hordes of ignorant stooges are doing everything possible to see to it we are not loaded."
There have been some positive trends during the COVID-19 crisis, and here are five that Shane Vander Hart would like to see continue beyond the pandemic.
Phil Bair: The so-called "gougers" are doing society a favor: they're making sure through higher prices that people don't hoard supplies.
Kelvey Vander Hart: You never fully know someone's motivation, so most of the time you shouldn't question it. Instead, question their judgement.
Phil Bair: Joaquin Phoenix exhibits the same severe lack of rational thinking skills that has become a virulent epidemic in Hollywood.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Fox TV has refused to air a Super Bowl commercial that shows the survivors of the pro-choice movement.
Dr. Jane Orient: Could we get rid of natural, complementary sex, and strong men, without getting rid of humanity?
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day we wanted to share with you the text of a sermon he gave on February 4, 1968 entitled "The Drum Major Instinct."
Dr. Jane Orient: To this Boomer, it appears that the younger generation is blaming us for all the Evil in the world, from their perch of “woke” moral superiority.
British comedian Ricky Gervais roasted the Hollywood Elite in his opening monologue hosting his fifth and final Golden Globes Awards.
Kelvey Vander Hart: In 2020, let's let the beauty of the American experiment fuel us to do the hard work of keeping it alive.
In light of a recent church shooting in Texas, Shane Vander Hart addresses a debate about whether the Bible allows Christians to defend themselves.
The Hennepin County (Minn.) Library Board President does not agree that paying drag queens is a misuse of public library funds.
Shane Vander Hart: The extremes in a debate crowd out reasonable proposals where common ground can be found, the fight over pornography is no exception.
Abe Parker and Lecrae perform their new Christmas song, "Joy," as part of Reach Records latest project, The Gift: A Christmas Compilation.
C.S. Lewis reminds us that progress means getting nearer to where we want to be, but if we are traveling down the wrong road we are not making progress.