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The Hypocrisy Of The Black Lives Matter Movement & The Southern Poverty Law Center
August 23, 2016: The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement has many allies within the Progressive movement. Funded largely by the most liberal elements of the Left, especially those within the George Soros network, like his Center for American Progress, BLM has been a major motivator for the attacks on police officers all over the country. With chants like "Pigs in a blanket, fry-em like bacon" and "What do we want? Dead Cops!," the simple fact is that BLM has created an atmosphere of anger and hatred, and has incited violence against law enforcement officers across the country. In no way has the killing and wounding of law enforcement officers dampened the enthusiasm of the BLM. It would seem that no reasonable person or group, regardless of how liberal, would want to be associated with any organization that advocates the killing of anyone, especially police.
Families, Churches, and Crime Prevention
August 16, 2016: Politicians often argue that the solution to reducing crime is more government programs or building bigger jails. Yet government cannot adequately address the underlying problems of criminal behavior or fill the holes in people's lives.
No Phony Truces in the Battle to Block Most Anti-Life, Liberal Court in a Generation
April 29, 2016: While much of our attention is on the Presidential race, the looming battle over a Supreme Court nomination merits no less attention. The battle lines are clear in this nomination and the future of the Court and our Constitutional principles are at stake.
Using the Garland nomination to 'transform' America
April 25, 2016: While campaigning for president in 2008, Barack Obama promised to "fundamentally transform" America. And there can be little doubt that his vision is an America where the Second Amendment only applies to government officials, religious liberty exists only to protects private belief, unelected government agencies are given carte blanche to impose regulation on businesses and consumers, equal protection requires racial quotas, and the president can simply rewrite laws passed by Congress that displease him.
April 17: Stand With the Persecuted Sunday, a Call to Solidarity Between Domestic and Global Church
April 12, 2016: Last month, the United States formally recognized that ISIS is committing genocide against Middle Eastern Christians and other minorities in Iraq and Syria. What next? While steps must be taken to stop future atrocities from occurring, provide aid to those whose lives have been upended, and to plan for their future, we must also recognize and nurture the solidarity that we as American Christians share with our brothers and sisters overseas. To advocate for them we must love them. And to love them we must know them.
Dancing around Christian Persecution
March 31, 2016: Unlike many of our colleagues, we did not criticize President Barack Obama for dancing the tango during his recent trip to Argentina. It's not bad for America's leaders to respect other people's cultures. In this instance, we only wish the President had danced the tango with our First Lady.
Mr. President, Mr. Secretary: It is Genocide. Say so!
March 07, 2016: President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry have until March 17th to issue a determination that ISIS' attacks on Christians in the Mideast are genocide. Time is running out. The foot-dragging and hesitancy of this administration in calling it genocide is inexplicable. Why do they have to be prodded to do what is right?
Antonin Scalia's Wisdom on Faith and American Success
February 23, 2016: At the funeral of Justice Antonin Scalia, his son Paul, giving the homily, cited his father's belief that the success of America arose from the blessing of God - a blessing experienced in part because of faith's role in the life of this nation.
Religious and Economic Liberty: Flip Sides of Freedom's Coin
February 22, 2016: The late Justice Antonin Scalia was many things - brilliant, principled, good hearted, fearless. He was also an unmatched defender of constitutional liberties, not least of which is property rights.