Christian films usually play it safe. With few exceptions they deal with a sanitized, predictable world intended to make everyone feel comfortable. “Do you Believe?” is one of the exceptions, maybe the best exception.
Steve Eastman also blogs at WaitTilYouHearThis.com.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Although I understood that when George W. Bush was in the White House and the Republicans controlled both houses of Congress, America did not enter the state of Nirvana. Far from it. Bush banned incandescent bulbs; wasted fifteen billion dollars fighting AIDS on a continent where those suffering from the disease were convinced that the surest cure was having sex with a young virgin; and micromanaged the war …
Bill Whittle explains how if there really is a trade war with China, we might actually win it.
Negotiators, Allies, and Congress Will Demand Answers
It’s down to the wire for John Kerry in the final negotiations to curtail Iran’s nuclear weapons program. A “framework” agreement is expected by Tuesday with a final deadline of June 30.
As the world awaits an announcement, the skepticism grows. Kerry’s fellow negotiators, especially the French, are uneasy. Allies across the Middle East, most notably Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, are nervous. Members of Congress grow more anxious by the day.
Kerry no doubt …
From the House Republican Conference:
“I am a 62 year old widow and have lost my insurance coverage.”
This week marks the 5th anniversary of ObamaCare being signed into law. For five years, Americans have suffered the consequences of legislation that has massively – but hopefully not permanently – overhauled our nation’s health care system. If you’ll recall, the law was passed hastily with zero support from Republicans. Then-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said famously, “We have to pass the bill …
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