By David Malcolm July 4th is a special, sacred time of the year to remember what America is: a land of freedom and democracy. This year, perhaps now more than ever, is a time to reflect on the rights and freedoms that are so often taken for granted. The last year
By Ben Lewis “I wish I had said ______.” How often have we all uttered those words? You know the scenario. It’s all too familiar. Someone made a remark, and your response (or lack thereof) disappointed you. Perhaps you sat in stunned silence, or maybe in retrospect, you felt that your
By Tiffany Rodgers It’s an early Saturday morning. Sun is shining. Coffee is being enjoyed. Patriotic feelings are flowing. I pick up my phone to see what happened on the news while I slept. I see Trump is being an active twitterer this morning. His tweets are all over the place.
By Jason Taylor Let us stop pretending that Donald Trump wants better healthcare, or knows of a better system, or anything substantive. He just wants something so he can hold a presser and say he won, or he’s a winner, or he’s winning. Essentially, he’s putting his ego over our
By Lorana Hoopes It’s July and it’s hot, so I thought I would offer a sweet deal. Deal #1 – Through the entire month of July, I have teamed up with 25 other Christian or clean and wholesome writers to bring you 26 clean and amazing reads for free. You
By Susan Kuebler At the beginning of his campaign, Donald Trump sat down to talk about two of his favorite topics: the trade deficit and the national debt. He made it abundantly clear back then that he had no concept of either. He claimed to be a master of debt.