By Ken Gulley Of late, Democrats have had an incredible Ability to distort the meaning and understanding of […]
By Joshua Weigert October 17th, 2020 As the title suggests, this is the ultimate top 10 movie list […]
By Joshua WeigertOctober 14th, 2020 Throughout the Presidential election season, both Facebook and Twitter have issued strong statements […]
By Ken Gulley A moment that will live in the mainstream’s sound bite loop for years – or […]
By Joshua Weigert September 26th, 2020 Only moments ago, President Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the […]
By Ken Gulley Ruth Bader Ginsburg – a Titan of the Left – has passed away. In her […]
Developing a Christian Worldview Part 2 by GKC
Whoever said that politics and religion don’t mix must not know anything about either of them.
Politics and religion are inextricably linked because one is foundational, and the other resultant. As the oft-repeated Andrew Breitbart line goes, “Politics is downstream from culture,” and “culture” starts with the “cult” or “worship.” Politics is an expression of your worldview, and your religion is your worldview.
By Ken Gulley
As Wisconsin reels from riots following the viral shooting of Jacob Blake; media, politicians, celebrities, activists, and athletes have not missed an opportunity to condemn America all over again. Major sports have canceled their activities in one big virtue signal, coming to their own conclusion that the officers involved are guilty of wrongdoing before the facts come to light
The story they pitch is the same, “Police kill black people for no reason.” They offer up a new holy martyr on the mantel Social Justice as means to allow Marxist-Leftist policy creep.
Developing a Christian Worldview: Part 1 by GKC
I received a request a couple of weeks ago to talk about “Jesus and Politics,” namely, what sort of politics we ought to take from Jesus’ teaching. It’s a good question, but a tricky one – it being all too easy to topple over the side of a sound argument and crash into the abyss of self-delusion and nonsense. So how do we answer this question?
With a bit of metaphor and philosophy, some straight-talk, and an honest, real-world take.
By Ken Gulley
“Our enemy is the soft bigotry of low expectations.”
Condoleezza Rice borrowed this phrase to ignite a fire in certain underserved education communities.
Today, the phrase is best used to describe Leftist treatment of minority communities, as if dealing with an ignorant and unruly child: “Lowered expectations.”