Does the reelection of President Obama mean the United States of America is pronouncing judgment on itself? That’s what Joseph Farah says in this post-election column at WND.com.
If you’re looking for reasons to explain why President Obama won and Mitt Romney lost Tuesday’s Presidential election, RCP’s Tom Bevan and Lou Cannon offer up 21 of them.
Here’s an inspiring pre-election video to ponder from some thoughtful, caring, serious-minded kids who aren’t old enough to vote, but want to encourage you to soberly exercise your right to vote this week or next Tuesday.
A new video from the founders of a celebrated advertising agency features children “of the future” singing about the aftermath of a Mitt Romney presidency: A world where sick people are required to “just die,” the atmosphere is “frying,” gays can be “fixed” and “oil fills the sea.” This is the most over the top, fearmongering, depressing ad I’ve seen this campaign season. What do you think?
I’m on day five of fasting and praying for our Nov. 6th elections. I’d love it if you’d join me. Reports out of Ohio suggesting possible voter fraud already is troubling and concerning. Let’s pray and work toward free and fair elections, with the results being accurate and true.
On today’s FP, Wayne Grudem spent the hour with us discussing the election in 12 days in light of his book, “Politics According to the Bible: A Comprehensive Resource for Understanding Modern Political Issues in Light of Scripture.” At his blog, Wayne also compares and contrasts both major parties on 24 moral and spiritual issues at play in this election.
As the polls close and results start coming in for the Presidential race on November 6th, I really believe THE STORY of this election will be the vast number of voters who turned away from President Obama after voting for him in 2008. This story is told in the movie, “The Hope and the Change,” which tells the story of 40 Democrats and Independents who voted for Obama in 2008, but are turning away from him this November.
Citizens United President, David Bossie, is joining us to discuss this film today from 10:45-11 on WWIB and 11:05-11:15 on WOGO.
In an address last week at an Accuracy in Media conference, former Carter pollster Pat Caddell delivered a withering indictment of the American media saying, “I think we’re at the most dangerous time in our political history in terms of the balance of power in the role that the media plays in whether or not we maintain a free democracy.”
If eternal life is free, why shouldn’t the same be true for a world-class education? In his book out today, “The One World Schoolhouse: Education Reimagined,” Salman Khan says it is.
I first heard of this book for the first time this morning as Khan was being interviewed on “Bill Bennett’s Morning in America” on WOGO. Wow! I can’t wait to read the book and interview him myself.
Early this morning I came across 41 questions from Nancy Leigh De Moss helping expose our pride. Wow, did I find it convicting! How about you?