A Satanic Trade

by Pastor Eric Roberts6/9/16

Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert to be tempted by the devil. Matthew 4:1 (NIV)  •  Listening to the news lately reminds me of a used car salesman with greasy slicked black hair attempting to sell me something that in the end will leave me with something that looks good but in the end will be of no value.  In Matthew 4, Jesus begins His ministry of commissioning with a solemn fast for forty days. We call this a dominion fast. More » • (405 views)

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Lefties for Trump?

by Bill Kassel6/6/16

If I were of a more conspiratorial turn of mind, I might suspect that agents of Donald Trump are secretly hiring illegal aliens to foment violent demonstrations like the one witnessed in San Jose, California last week. More » • (644 views)

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It is Time for Trump to Unify the Party

by C. Edmund Wright5/31/16

Donald Trump might have written The Art of the Deal, but the title he should peruse today is Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People. His more vocal supporters, and by that I mean those who act out on the internet precisely as Donald does on the stump, should pick up a copy as well. More » • (607 views)

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Shar’ia Happens

by Glenn Fairman5/25/16

I do not believe in my heart of hearts that Muslims are by nature anymore predisposed to anger and sex-control issues than the average Occidental chap. But when the skewed lens of religion and a primitive monolithic civil law reinforce: human predation, murder, rape and bestiality, those resulting “anti-virtues” work in diabolic tandem to sanction the lowest common moral denominator in men. More » • (460 views)

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Moment of Clarity

by Glenn Fairman5/23/16

And now for a moment of quiet clarity. More » • (453 views)

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2016 Political Awards

by Timothy Lane5/20/16

I initiated a pair of annual political awards in my years of editing FOSFAX. One was the Walter S. Duranty Memorial Awards for Creative Journalism, awarded for the journalist whose reporting is most fictional. I started doing this in the 1990s, so there have been a large number of worthy winners. More » • (527 views)

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Politically Incorrect

by Brad Nelson5/17/16

We need a lesson in political incorrectness, because it’s not coming from Donald Trump. Being a loudmouth jerk is not the same thing as refuting the Left. As Dennis Prager notes: More » • (544 views)

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Hey, they’re French

by Brad Nelson5/15/16

I was watching yet another awful French movie the other day. (There is something decidedly wrong with the French.) But it is often in foreign films that you can find something worth watching outside of the Hollywood cesspool of unoriginality and juvenile tastes. One takes one’s chances in doing so though. More » • (874 views)

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Laughing Liars Lie Again

by Anniel5/13/16

The New York Times published an article by David Samuels, dated May 5, 2016, detailing how Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Foreign Affairs, aided the Obama Administration by lying to sell the Iran deal. Mr. Rhodes, who was an aspiring novelist and has no credentials of any sort in Foreign Affairs, was fully responsible for crafting the lies that
led to Obama, and his minion John Kerry, entering a losing deal with Iran, and betraying the United States. More » • (622 views)

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Rich Don’t Pay Fair Share or Government Incompetence?

by Leigh Bravo5/11/16

The age old argument that the left continues to embolden. Hillary and Bernie both have based their campaign on income inequality and argue that the rich do not pay their fair share. Protesters recently blocked the Citadel in Chicago targeting Ken Griffin More »

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The Three Horsemen of the Crapocolypse

by Brad Nelson5/9/16

The disarray in the Republican Party has been coming for a long time. Not only has the party distanced itself from its own ideology (preferring to follow the trends of the culture rather than setting its own trends), the very ideology of Republicanism has been lost and forgotten except for surface-level rhetoric. More » • (530 views)

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A Man’s a Man

by Timothy Lane5/7/16

The excesses and idiocies of modern Kulture will have many consequences. Reading Curt Schilling’s comments that got him fired by ESPN a short while ago, it occurred to me that one negative consequence of the peculiar liberal notion that “sexual preference” is innate and immutable whereas “gender/sexual identity” can change at a moment’s notice will eventually be a poem we read in high school. More » • (538 views)

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