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  • A sermon on Mark 5:21-43

    Max Lucado expresses beautifully the essence of faith. "Faith is not the belief that God will do what you want. It is the belief that God will do what is right." 
  • The debates are a travesty: Here’s how to fix them
    Presidential debates once made an important contribution to American civic life and democratic ideals. They should reflect our values as a society and serve to create a better informed and more thoughtful electorate – not the opposite.
  • Politics yield bad border policy
    Throughout his time in office, and especially this election year, only one consideration seems to motivate President Biden’s border and immigration policies: politics.
  • Ensuring access to quality health care for rural Americans
    More than a quarter of Idahoans and over 46 million Americans nationwide live in our vibrant rural communities. However, living in such remote areas has made it far too difficult for far too many Americans to access reliable, high-quality health care. 
  • The teachers
    This work was work that we would have been doing anyway, but not necessarily all done with the goal of getting everything in tip top shape in a timely fashion, so that we could share our world with 37 teachers who were stopping by for a visit.
  • Father's Day and family bonds
    Fathers are pillars of strength, providers of wisdom and bearers of faith, guiding their children through life's challenges and teaching them the values essential for a life of virtue and integrity. As a father of three and a grandfather of seven, I have been blessed to witness the incredible joy and fulfillment that comes from being part of a loving family.
  • Sports should unify, not divide us
    I believe that one day soon in America—even in sports media!—we will free ourselves from woke ideology and return to recognizing reality and speaking honestly. Only when that happens will sports return to serving as an important source of unity rather than division in American culture.
  • The death of decorum
    Decorum. If you are so inspired, let’s start using this word more frequently and teach others what it means. 
  • Gov. DeWine: Phenomenally corrupt or insanely incompetent?

    By David DeWitt
    Ohio Capital Journal


  • Biden’s handwringing over the Houthis is going to get U.S. sailors killed
    Contrast this to Israel’s approach in their war with Hamas. Their objective is clear: destroy Hamas. This is just what the U.S. needs to do: establish and achieve the goal to destroy the Houthi’s means of attacking both shipping and Israel. When the Trump Administration killed Iranian Quds Force leader Qasem Soleimani in 2020, it forced Iran’s leaders to recalculate their months-long escalation against U.S. forces. Standing up to the Houthi attacks and Iran’s material and financial support will have the same effect.
  • Anti-Semitism and the First Amendment
    Some elite college students have labeled Hamas “liberation fighters” and others imagine Israel to be a “settler-colonial oppressor.” Hard to imagine: the same Hamas that massacred babies and children is being compared to the likes of General Eisenhower.
  • Poll: Nearly half of Americans struggling because of higher prices
    Nearly half of Americans report that the recent spike in inflation is making it harder to make ends meet, according to a new poll. Monmouth University released a poll this week showing 46% of Americans are “currently struggling to remain where they are financially.”
  • Canada is America’s least helpful ally
    The left-leaning Liberal Party has ruled Canada nearly two-thirds of the time in the last century, relegating the Conservative Party to leverage economic downturns to win elections. Stern advice from Washington would help break this collective action problem that has trapped and prevented the main Canada political parties from pursuing a rational foreign policy.
  • Our border crisis has reached a boiling point
    It is past time for this administration to reverse course and implement policies that will actually curtail the illegal immigration crisis – before it is too late.
  • Bringing light to a dark chapter in history
    From the mid-17th century till the early 20th century, Indian boarding schools were used as a tool to assimilate Native American children away from their rich culture. Yet, for far too long, the history, policies and devastating impacts of these schools have been unknown. 
  • U.S. Marines: They’ve got the answer, but not the ships
    The U.S. Marine Corps has been developing solutions to the China problem. Numbers will favor the PRC in any crisis that features extended naval warfare within a few hundred miles of China’s coast. Hence, the importance of the Corps’ Force Design effort to field forces relevant to such conflict and the urgency with which the U.S. Navy’s shipbuilding problem must be solved.
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