Even if the media brought this out, it won’t matter.
This country has gone tribal.
March 24, 2015 at 11:00am
Plus, Hispanics are Christian.
March 24, 2015 at 10:58am
Same here. All my kids’ friends are conservative. Yes, many youth are not, but the conservative ones are much more aware of what is going on, vote, and will convince their friends to vote conservative.
March 24, 2015 at 10:51am
That’s what Reagan did. I was one of the young people disillusioned by the Carter administration when I was drawn to Ronald Reagan. Young people respond to positive messages, and Reagan was like a bright ball of sunshine in a dark world back then.
March 24, 2015 at 10:41am
So the kids proposed something that would unify the student body, and the administration nixed it in favor for something that divides.
 March 23, 2015 at 11:01pm
What Franklin Graham said, if taken to heart, will save lives and teach respect. He was telling a younger generation that their pride can cost them their lives.
The other pastors responded pridefully, and their words are the kind that “kill with kindness.”
This letter was at the direction of JIM WALLIS of sojourners, who was also spiritual adviser to OBAMA, and has long championed the cause of communism. THEY ARE SIMPLY TRYING TO QUIET FRANKLIN GRAHAM.
 March 23, 2015 at 11:02am
We need to enforce our laws regarding what does and what does not entail a peaceful protest. Entering an entrepreneurship, not for the purpose of purchasing goods or services but to disrupt and bully customers, does not constitute a “peaceful protest.” Camping out on city grounds without a permit for months does not constitute a “peaceful protest.” Calling for protestors to “Tear this town down,” with a microphone does not constitute a peaceful protest. The real question is who has tied our law officers’ hands, because I’m pretty sure that’s also a crime.
 March 16, 2015 at 9:53am
The media’s talking points include attacking Cotton, et al, for their very direct communication to the Iranians that a binding agreement must be approved by Congress. THAT’s their issue? Obviously, Congress must be involved in these discussions and Congress has been shut out. They have every right to insert themselves in the discussion when the President attempts to shut them out. In fact, that’s their duty to the American people. It’s the President’s fault if this looks bad for not following the proper procedure.
Cotton is absolutely correct in saying Iran must be clearly put on notice, and he can’t do that through communication with the American people or by taking out a piece in an American newspaper, hoping the powers that be in Iran will read that piece. Were that the case, Iran would always have plausible deniability that it never was informed of the temporary nature of this deal.
 March 7, 2015 at 10:39pm
Since the gym wants to cater to all “genders,” be they physical or in the mind, it should be the gym’s responsibility to offer separate bathrooms for people of all categories, regardless of expense. The gym owners need to put their money where their mouths are.
 March 6, 2015 at 9:50am
So that’s the standard this mother uses? Her kid can do anything as long as the other kids know what he’s doing?
Come on parents. Your job is to raise your kids properly, not to make sure they assimilate with this sick culture.
 March 5, 2015 at 3:39pm
Questions like, “Do you chose to be gay”, or “Is a fetus a human?”, always miss the mark.
The question should be, “Should we obey God or man?”
More like "Should we obey what some men claim God said?"
 March 5, 2015 at 8:32am
We need leaders to show us how to take our country back. We need leaders to have the courage of their convictions, and who affirm our own right to speak our convictions out loud, without being bullied into apologies. I admire Dr. Carls, but this was not helpful.
Who bullied him? People may have said they don't like what he said, but he doesn't have to please them unless he feels that is how he can best fulfill his own ambitions.
March 2, 2015 at 2:54pm
You hit the nail on the head. Thanks for putting it into words.
 February 6, 2015 at 12:19pm
My boys typically dressed and wore ties for their entry level interviews, including fast food and local retail establishments. And they usually got hired, especially when their competition didn’t see the need to cover their tats or remove their facial piercings.
I also hope he gets the job at chick-fi-la. He can go far from the life lessons learned there as well.
 January 29, 2015 at 3:25pm
The author keeps saying “Christanophonia,” and seems to use that word interchangeably with “Christianphobia.” I’ve never heard of the former term and wonder if it’s a typo.
I also take issue with the suffix “phobia.” There’s a difference between hate and fear.
Yep- saw that too. Seems like they didn't misspell when it was part of a quote, but outside that it was pretty uniformly typo-ed. N and B are right next to each other on the keyboard so I *might* cut a bit of slack but the consistency of the errors makes me wonder.
Probably misspelled as today's professors and students have no concept of spelling anything correctly because it is not taught any more.
Well, there were some with the foresight to know it wouldn't last.
When they opened up the concentration camps, one of the American military generals told his subordinates "Go get a camera and record this, because one day, some son of a !@#$% will say this never happened."
 January 25, 2015 at 3:42pm
I agree. Now that any child in this country can get a free on-line education, attendance at public school should be deemed a revokable privilege, and not a right. This kid should never be allowed to set foot in a public school again. At the same time, his parent(s) should be held accountable for providing him an alternative education (private or on-line homeschool), or be charged with neglect. If the problems start at home, the consequences need to land at home.
 January 12, 2015 at 12:56am
Right. Everyone’s born. You have to be reborn to be a Christian.
 January 5, 2015 at 12:27am
We get clouded by words. These people are disturbing the public peace, assaulting each other and at times, rioting. They should be punished for their behavior, regardless of the words they’re chanting. “Peaceful protests” do not involve blocked traffic, fighting in malls, pulling fire alarms, entering restaurants and harassing diners. None of that has ever been legal, nor is it now. Protest chants don’t make wrong right.
What were they protesting? What was the theme of the protest? I think you misread this one. This was just a bunch of morons from the inner-city rioting and having "fun" being violent. Let 'Em all kill each other, and collapse the inner-city businesses. For the members of the Western, civilized population, it is best to stay away from these venues.