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When the American society was hijacked from a consensus of the people and transformed into a top-down programming mechanism, its morality also became a top-down operation, rather than a bottom-up faith, and as the media management has decayed, its mixed signals and the ugly madness that it often broadcasts for its own profit and entertainment have become the ugly madness and mixed signals that lead some of its viewers and listeners to seek fame and power at any cost.

Which city is safer? Geneva, Switzerland, where virtually every household has a gun, which they received in doing military service for their country in their youth, or Chicago, where the good guys can’t legally own a gun?

Gun control isn’t a policy. It’s a moral panic. Like prohibition, it’s a xenophobic reaction to a different culture that shares the same country with them. Guns have come to embody a rural conservative culture in the minds of urban leftists the way that alcohol once embodied foreign immigrants to prohibition activists and the way that drugs represented urban decadence to rural America.

So, in all the political talk following the latest shooting, just keep in mind where both sides will not keep their conversation, on the Constitution and the Second Amendment.  They leave the infringements in place and either want to infringe more or grow government in the area of education, a place they were never given authority to be involved in the first place.

Imagine getting a phone call like this from your high school aged child. “Mom, there’s been a shooting. I’m running.” Those were the chilling words heard by a mom in Kentucky yesterday when her son was fleeing from a classmate who killed 2 students and injured 17 more. The two

If you haven’t seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi, don’t worry, I’m not going to give away any spoilers! But it’s comical how close-to-real-life a Science Fiction movie can be.  And, how it can hold significant warnings for American gun owners. In The Last Jedi, two of the resistance fighters

Sitting ducks. That is the way I described the recent church massacre in Texas. “Like shooting fish in a barrel” one of my friends quipped. I wish it was funny…but it is not. It is time to admit that it is getting more and more dangerous to be a Christian

The left is circling the wagons again on gun control. It is only a matter of time before they have the support needed to ram through their agenda, which would only leave good people defenseless against those with no inclination to follow the law. This has been a slow, incremental

In light of the awful tragedy at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas this past Sunday Christians everywhere must enter into a dialog with one another and with their pastors on the issue of self-defense. Ask what are the Christian principles that guide us when developing an operational plan

At best, one could say that Texas church shooter Devin Kelley was a deeply disturbed individual. At worst, one could say he was an animal, a sociopath whose way of relating to the world and those around him was almost sure to lead to great harm to himself and others