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A Soldier’s Story

A Soldier’s Story

    By Michele Weslander Quaid On Memorial Day, and always, we remember, honor, and teach about those who have served in the military and sacrificed for our freedoms, and for the families they left behind. Today, I share with you a story that is very personal to me and my daughter, Sophia. It is […]

History of Prayer in America (Part II: Post-Revolutionary War)

History of Prayer in America (Part II: Post-Revolutionary War)

    By William J. Federer (Editor’s Note:  This two-part series on the History of Prayer in America is a precursor to the May 7th National Day of Prayer and a Ventura County Prayer Call on the same day.) On November 8, 1783, at the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, Massachusetts Governor John Hancock issued: “The […]

History of Prayer in America (Part I: Colonial Days & Revolution)

History of Prayer in America (Part I: Colonial Days & Revolution)

    By William J. Federer Days of Prayer have a long history in America. Colonists declared Days of Prayer during droughts, Indian attacks and threats from other nations. Edward Winslow’s record of the Pilgrims’ experiences, reprinted in Alexander Young’s Chronicles of the Pilgrims (Boston, 1841), stated: “Drought and the like considerations moved not only every […]

Mental Health in America Report shows youth mental health worsening

Mental Health in America Report shows youth mental health worsening

By Michael Hernandez  A 2020 Mental Health in America Report shows that youth mental health is worsening. This trend over time was in place even before COVID-19.   Thousand Oaks licensed psychologist Dr. Shannae Anderson is now sounding the alarm:  “We are just at the tip of the iceberg…we have a mental health epidemic.  What we […]

Evangelist Nick Vujicic: “America Wake Up! When will you repent? Blessed is the one who perseveres”

Evangelist Nick Vujicic: “America Wake Up!  When will you repent? Blessed is the one who perseveres”

Michael Hernandez OXNARD—““America Wake Up!  When will you repent?” said evangelist Nick Vujicic of Life Without Limbs during Sunday’s New Life livestream.  “I have a warning for America. “We need a National Day of Repentance—not just a National Day of Prayer. In 2 Chronicles 7:14 the Bible says:  ‘If my people, who are called by […]

Here’s How Christianity Gave America Thanksgiving

Here’s How Christianity Gave America Thanksgiving

  JOSHUA GILL RELIGION REPORTER Thanksgiving, though perceived today as a general American celebration of abundance, is a distinctly Christian observance with divergent roots in both Catholicism and Calvinist separatism. Families of different creeds and worldviews will gather Thursday over indulgent feasts across the U.S. to celebrate familial bonds and the provisions for which they […]

God Bless America!

God Bless America!

 By Michael Greer GOD BLESS AMERICA! And thank you God, for blessing me with the privilege of being born an American. I am grateful everyday for this beautiful country. With whatever faults and flaws she may have, she is still the best country in the world. She has still done more good than bad. And […]

We’re ALL Living in Trumpland!

We’re ALL Living in Trumpland!

    Watch Wayne’s Latest Video Commentary: “We’re All Living in Trumpland”  Wayne Allyn Root, a former Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee, is one of the most popular political and media stars in America. His columns and commentaries are read at the biggest political & news web sites in America- including FoxNews.com. He makes regular […]

America’s Utopian Afghan Policy

America’s Utopian Afghan Policy

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Between the years of 1980 and 1990 my husband and I led American Aid for Afghans, an NGO (Non- Governmental Organization), invested in ending the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. According to Stalinist doctrine, I paraphrase: “a country once led by a Communist government, even temporarily, must remain Communist always, no […]

Yes, ‘This Is America, 2019’

Yes, ‘This Is America, 2019’

  By Victor Davis Hanson   There have been so far about three general reactions to the concocted  psychodrama. One, and the most common, has been apprehension that Smollett’s lies will discredit future real incidents of hate crimes against gays and minorities. This could be a legitimate concern, given the tensions within a multiracial society. Yet, […]

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