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Pastor Saeed Writes Heartbreaking Christmas Letter

Pastor Saeed Writes Heartbreaking Christmas Letter

JORDAN SEKULOW, ACLJ American Pastor Saeed Abedini – a U.S. citizen imprisoned for his Christian faith – has written a heartbreaking letter from his prison cell. He talks about both the difficulty of spending Christmas trapped in a cold dark prison cell and how his faith in Christ is carrying him through this difficult time. He [...]

Defining Pro-Life in Dallas

Defining Pro-Life in Dallas

BY PHYLISS SCHLAFLY Ronald Reagan was elected President in 1980 and was easily re-nominated at the Republican National Convention in 1984 in Dallas. That Convention adopted a Republican Platform that enunciated Reagan-style conservatism and pro-family goals at home and abroad. At Republican Conventions, the rules call for each state to elect [...]

Wolfboy and Princess Cupcake: The Complementarity of the Sexes

Wolfboy and Princess Cupcake: The Complementarity of the Sexes

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES Ecumenism at its best was recently demonstrated at the Vatican, where dozens of faith leaders worldwide assembled to remind us of the essential complementarity of men and women in life, marriage, and parenthood. It was enough to prompt a high-five between Pope Francis and evangelical pastor James [...]

Schlafly—Urgent: Vote “No” on ERA in Illinois

Schlafly—Urgent: Vote “No” on ERA in Illinois

LEGISLATIVE ALERT, PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY, EAGLE FORUM We need your immediate help to phone your Illinois State Representative and urge a NO vote on the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) – which passed the Illinois Senate this past spring and could come up in the “lame duck” State House at any time before the new legislature convenes on Jan. 14, [...]

United, But Divided

United, But Divided

BY ALAN CARUBA The nation united to celebrate Thanksgiving, but as anyone who follows the polls can confirm, it is sharply divided. In many ways, half of those polled see America opposite to the other half. In early November the Associated Press reported on a survey of 20,168 voters by Edison Research. It included results from interviews as [...]

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