Navy board rules in favor of officer who refused COVID vaccine order to ‘be a voice for lower-ranking servicemembers’

“Here we see Lt. Billy Moseley doing the right thing by standing up for others, speaking out, even at great risk to himself, his career, and his reputation. This is a basic Christian virtue — being selfless and sacrificial — and should be applauded.” A Navy administrative separation board has ruled 3-0 in favor of […]

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Actually, our thoughts and prayers are enough — don’t let anyone tell you otherwise

“Prayer calls on the Lord to do what no man on earth can do, which is to comfort our hearts in the face of the unthinkable, to give a grieving parent the strength to carry on, and to contextualize human wickedness in the story of His great plan for mankind.” —ISA RYAN Even as parents […]

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Spending time with G.K. Chesterton and rediscovering gratitude through wonder

“Therefore, since we receive a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us show gratitude, by which we may offer to God an acceptable service with reverence and awe.” —HEBREWS 12:28 Recently, I was searching for a topic to write on and came across this quote from one of my favorite thinkers, the writer and Christian […]

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How to Refute the Most Common Pro-Abortion Arguments, Part 2

“At the end of the day, there is no greater injustice in the United States right now than the permissible murder of children through abortion. Yet there is no greater — no more fundamental — human right than the right to life.” –WILLIAM WOLFE Read part 1 of this series here. 6) “If abortions are […]

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How to Refute the Most Common Pro-Abortion Arguments: Part 1

“While it’s appropriate for Christians to anchor their pro-life arguments in God’s special revelation, being pro-life is not an exclusively Christian claim. The truth of the natural law reveals the necessity of being pro-life as well.” –WILLIAM WOLFE Read part 2 of this series here. Christians must always be unapologetically pro-life. Why? Because God is […]

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The ‘Based Bishop of San Francisco’ does his job, denies Holy Communion to Speaker Pelosi for her abortion advocacy

“Make no mistake about it: Archbishop Cordileone did do his job. Let’s hope that other pastors, from all denominations, follow in his courageous footsteps and do theirs. They should discipline or excommunicate any politicians under their power who are failing to live up to the most basic teachings and commitments of their publicly professed faith. […]

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Fairfax County schools set to approve “slur” policy that would suspend students who deadname, misgender other students

Despite a Virginia Supreme Court ruling which affirmed the right of teachers not to use transgender pronouns, the Fairfax County Public School Board is set to approve a policy that would punish students for “misgendering” and “deadnaming” their peers. Quick Facts The Fairfax County Public School Board reviewed its student handbook, it updated it to […]

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Project Veritas videos: Twitter employees admit company has official policy of censoring conservatives

Project Veritas last week caught two Twitter employees on video discussing the company’s commitment to advancing left-wing ideology and censoring conservatives, as well as the employees’ disdain for potential Twitter owner Elon Musk. Quick Facts Alex Martinez, Twitter’s lead client partner, said that the platform isn’t about free speech and doesn’t make money because of […]

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Senate Democrats introduce gun control bill that would give firearm licensing, confiscation authority to the DOJ

“Lawmakers may want to do something — anything — to alleviate the increasing violence, but the Bible is clear that the most dangerous weapon of all is the sinful heart of man…Grabbing guns will only leave law-abiding citizens and their children defenseless against violent criminals who have no qualms about circumventing gun laws.” The Federal […]

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