Virginia’s elections this last November proved to be a solid reprimand to the Republican Party. Losing legislative seats in the double digits, soundly losing the Governor’s race, on and Lieutenant Governor’s and Attorney General’s races by somewhat smaller margins ought to send a signal to Republican leadership. Simply put, the […]
Author: Wiliam Seabolt
Recently, the topic of probable expansion of America’s 16-year-long war in Afghanistan surfaced in the media again. This hit the web in a close succession of related stories, yet the focus of the media recently has been practically gobbled up by the “Russia investigation” and scandalous Hollywood behavior. Perhaps it […]
This is an article in which I defend Nazis. Disclaimer: Rule 1: I am not a Nazi. I do not support Nazis. Both in their historical and modern versions, Nazis are sinners living in sin. Rule 2: If there is any confusion, re-read Rule 1.
Amidst the current talk of a Trump impeachment, prudence demands Americans establish their rules for presidential conduct very carefully. Clouding debates and discussions with emotion and other changing standards merely causes useless strife. Check social media for examples. Christians ought to take to heart the repeated maxim of Scripture, that […]
It gives me no small amount of pleasure to introduce Mr. Brady Raccanello, your new church history columnist. 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his ninety-five theses to the door of Wittenberg Cathedral. Mr. Raccanello is unlikely to approve. In Mr. Raccanello’s view, the western church has made too many […]