Columns/Opinions

Fri
17
Feb

Presidential Legititmacy

By Frank Kuchar

I’ve had it with these Democrat leaders and their minions spouting off that Donald Trump is an illegitimate president. In making such an inaccurate claim they expose their ignorance of the English language, our Constitution and the principles of federalism. In short, they are behaving in a petulant and childish manner, hardly worthy of leadership in our great country.

 

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Fri
17
Feb

How The Church and Government Should Relate

by Pastor Lynn Wilson

In my last article, we looked at the spheres of authority and the ultimate purpose of all authority: to glorify God in each of those spheres. Although there is much to be said about individual, familial and church authority, in today’s column l will focus on the area of governmental authority.

 

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Fri
10
Feb

Americans need help fast, Mr. President

By Glenn Mollette

The new medical insurance premium for my wife and I will be just a few dollars shy of $2,000 per month for 2017. This amounts to $24,000 for the year. Should either of us have a serious illness or medical procedure, our out-of-pocket expenses will be $11,000. Therefore, we could potentially be out $35,000 in medical expenses in one year. I hope we aren’t, but the potential is always there. Of course, that would be better than a $100,000 medical expense or being shoved into bankruptcy because of medical bills. It is easy to rack up several hundred thousand dollars in medical expenses.

 

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Fri
10
Feb

Stop Shaming Trump Supporters

By Michael Lerner

It turns out that shaming the supporters of Donald J. Trump is not a good political strategy. Though job loss and economic stagnation played a role in his victory, so did shame. As the principal investigator on a study of the middle class for the National Institute of Mental Health, I found that working people’s stress is often intensified by shame at their failure to “make it” in what they are taught is a meritocratic American economy.

 

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Thu
26
Jan

Trump – what Americans can do

By Glenn Mollette
 
Donald Trump is our next President of the United States. It’s amazing what Americans can do.
 
America elected him to be our 45th President. The political establishment bashed him. Wall Street opposed him. Most of the prior Republican candidates opposed him. Mitt Romney opposed him. John Kasick, Governor of Ohio made a buffoon of himself by voting for John McCain of Arizona.      
 
Thu
26
Jan

Church and Government

By Pastor Lynn Wilson
 
For many years, even before I became a pastor, it has bothered me that so many sincere Christians have avoided and/or ignored participation in the political arena.
 
In this column, and those to follow, I hope to present a Biblical perspective of government that will encourage all Christians to become active in influencing their corner of the world through more active participation in the government process. This is imperative.   
 
Fri
20
Jan

Political Insanity

By Richard Green
 
It would be something to laugh at, if it were not so serious. Watching the complete melt down of a political party is an eye opening event.
 
It brings great concerns of whether or not these people are competent enough to even be in the process. Most of them do not know anything about what they are protesting, and do not have a clue about the simplest things of the government.
 
Fri
20
Jan

Unleashing the potential

By Greg Allen
 
Of those I spoke to after election night, I found very few who were willing to stay up and watch the final results of the presidential vote. My wife and I felt the election was just too important so we stayed up to the wee morning hours to learn what the final determination was. Donald Trump wasn’t declared the winner until around 3 a.m.
 
Americans turned out in droves to exercise their right to vote.
 
Fri
13
Jan

Russian hacking and glass houses

Cal Thomas

Fri
13
Jan

Staying movitated in America

Dr. Glenn Mollette

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