Tag: Family Research Council

Trump’s Questionable Picks

My previous post was full of praise for a good number of Trump’s cabinet nominations. Proper analysis, though, requires honest scrutiny of picks who may not be as praiseworthy. There are a few. It took a while for Trump to make a choice for secretary of state, and everyone was waiting for that crucial decision. The job is always considered one of the most significant, as it bears the responsibility of representing the administration to other countries. Rex Tillerson, CEO… Read more »

A Dismal Performance

President Obama held his first press conference in a couple of months on Monday. It was an impromptu thing, probably dictated by the criticism he’s been receiving lately over his lack of communication with the White House press corps. He’s had time to do interviews with People magazine and Entertainment Tonight, where he was really put on the spot by incisive questions such as “What kind of superpower would you like to have?” but the actual press has been shut… Read more »

A Harbinger of Things to Come?

My fear is that the violence is going to escalate, and that Christian organizations are going to be the target. The shooting at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday may be a harbinger of things to come. You see, the FRC is courageously taking the lead on calling for upholding traditional moral beliefs such as the Biblical definition of marriage. For their stance, they are being classified as a “hate” group by the Southern Poverty Law Center… Read more »