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    January 13, 2015

    Better Luck Next Times

    Better Luck Next Times Apparently, the New York Times is in favor of faith in the public square -- if the purpose is to mock it. Editors at the Times poured gasoline on the fire of Atlanta’s latest controversy with an editorial that should shock even their most liberal readers. Just when you thought the media couldn’t sink any ... (more)


    January 12, 2015

    On Immigration GOP Borders on Courage

    On Immigration, GOP Borders on Courage Paris may be a long way from D.C., but the impact of what happened there is hitting a lot closer to home. With terrorists opening a new chapter in their war against the West, France isn’t the only government under the microscope. Four thousand miles away in the U.S. House, conservatives are taking ... (more)


    January 09, 2015

    Cities Throw in the Towel on Bathroom Bills

    Cities Throw in the Towel on Bathroom Bills The Left calls them “fairness ordinances” -- but for whom? Certainly not Christians, many of whom are being hauled before city commissions as casualties of them -- or worse, losing their jobs and businesses altogether. No, these aren’t fairness ordinances. They’re a license to ... (more)


    January 08, 2015

    Will the Speaker Do Some Listening?

    Will the Speaker Do Some Listening? The Republican-controlled Congress is underway, and so is the controversy surrounding it. After a couple of rocky days, “retribution” has been the buzzword on Capitol Hill for the new majority. But as of this afternoon, rumors are swirling that Republican leaders may be rethinking their revenge ... (more)


    January 07, 2015

    The Grudge Report

    The Grudge Report Somebody needs to remind John Boehner that it’s a gavel, not a hammer! Unfortunately for many of the conservatives who voted their conscience in yesterday’s leadership election, that message didn’t make it to the House Speaker. The Speaker used his first hours back in power to pummel members who didn’t ... (more)


    January 06, 2015

    The Speaker Survives a Squeaker

    The Speaker Survives a Squeaker This first snowfall of 2015 may have put the brakes on D.C. drivers, but there was no stopping Republicans from taking the wheel of the 114th Congress. While schools and roads were closing, the House and Senate were officially open for business, swearing in more than 70 new members in the first GOP-controlled ... (more)


    January 05, 2015

    Leading Questions for Boehner

    Leading Questions for Boehner Americans picked their leaders back in November -- and tomorrow, it’s the House’s turn to decide who leads them. For the 114th Congress, the first vote may be their most important one: choosing the chamber’s Speaker. For two terms, that job has belonged to Ohio Congressman John Boehner, a man ... (more)


    December 24, 2014

    God and Sinners Reconciled

    God and Sinners Reconciled By FRC Senior Fellow Bob Morrison I can remember when I did not love Christ, but I cannot remember when I did not love Christmas. And part of my earliest Christmas memories was watching a movie my parents loved, the English version of A Christmas Carol. Charles Dickens’ little novel has been a part of the ... (more)


    December 15, 2014

    Shirt Company Won't Fold on Values

    Shirt Company Won't Fold on Values T-shirt maker Blaine Adamson doesn’t exactly wear his heart on his sleeve, but he’s not about to ignore it either. When the Kentucky businessman was approached about printing rainbow shirts for Lexington’s gay pride festival two years ago, he had to turn the job down. As a Christian, he felt ... (more)


    December 12, 2014

    Jingle Bills, Jingle Bills, Jingle All the Way...

    Jingle Bills, Jingle Bills, Jingle All the Way... It came before a midnight clear, but the agreement to move the House's $1.1 trillion spending bill still had its share of drama. With 90 minutes to go until the government's funding expired, GOP leaders managed to do what seemed impossible just hours before: find enough votes to pass the ... (more)


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