There is much we can learn from Japan, which has been virtually free from Islamic unrest. Simple demographics tell the story.
Despite their similarities, there is one big difference that poses an ongoing concern for many evangelicals.
Donald Trump defies every stereotype of a candidate you would typically expect Christians to vote for.
Is the purpose of polling data to convey the views of a representative sample or to engage in marketing tactics to sway views?
Nearly 157 years ago, a band of armed men attempted to take over a federal installation to raise awareness for a grave injustice.
Two-thirds of Republicans in both Houses opposed the Boehner-Obama budget deal, yet the new leadership allowed it to become law with mostly Democratic votes.
In 2012, President Obama was vulnerable to defeat, so he rallied his base by promising to cut back on this.
You can foreclose on a house, but you can't repossess an MFA in creative writing.
Until we fix what ails our nation spiritually, the Tenth Amendment is no solution at all.
If "isolationist" means anything today, it simply is "you don't want to intervene where I want to intervene."
The result over the past decade has been to staff corporations with hundreds of thousands of foreigners in good jobs that should have gone to Americans.
Jesus doesn't want you to be a doormat; tyrants and usurpers do, and our forefathers were just trying to equip you with some Truth for that battle.
Secularists have difficulty embracing the facts of history, that those with spiritual mission established America.
There is a glaring vulnerability for Donald Trump if he wins the Republican presidential nomination and squares off against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton next November.
Our Founding Fathers were of one mind when it came to Islam, or any other non-Christian belief system.
Why have Floridians kept a man in office who does not represent them and is actively seeking to bring in people who hate America and support terrorism?
Marco Rubio's I-Squared would allow for an unlimited number of foreign nationals admitted to the U.S. on F-1 visas.
In October, Hillsdale College's president spoke about the importance of both religious liberty and property rights, invoking the words of James Madison and Winston Churchill.
Marco Rubio is advocating to expand a program exploited by foreign Muslim students to allow unlimited lifetime green cards and a path to citizenship.
The Founders were very keen to keep government out of the affairs of Christianity, not the other way around.
David Lane of the American Renewal Project discusses an NPR reporter's use of his words and how they highlight the battle between secularism and Christianity.