Don’t Turn to Pharaoh. Turn to God.

I always think it sounds crazy to say stuff like this, but here goes — I was on the treadmill yesterday and just distinctly and overwhelmingly had the need, not just urge, to read Exodus 5. That is the most random thing ever, I realize. Of all the bits and pieces in the Bible, I am doing 7...

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Meet the Accuser in Private, If At All

A man faces accusations from a woman that he did something indecent in high school once. Democrats are playing a high stakes game on this single accusation from a woman whose financial giving, though small, suggests Democrat ties and more likely than not hostilities to the perceived positions of...

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We Are an Extraordinary People

I talked to a man last night on my radio show whose son was in eleventh grade on September 11, 2001. His son decided then and there he’d join the Army to take the fight to the enemy. An explosion in Iraq took his son’s life. The son lingered for some time, but ultimately died. I...

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The Trouble With Ben Sasse

Ben Sasse talks a fantastic game. When he laments a Congress whose members would rather be TV pundits than lawmakers, people cheer. When he talks about Congress not fulfilling its core functions, people take notice. But the response from some is that Sasse himself is all talk and no action. The...

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