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How Does the Ukraine Crisis Change the Future of American Power?

How Does the Ukraine Crisis Change the Future of American Power?

Mind reading is a tough business. How can we read Putin’s mind? Many pundits in recent days have tried. They have compared Putin’s intervention in Ukraine to Hitler’s Nazi-expansionist actions on the eve of World War II. This comparison insinuates

Reply to Michael Eric Dyson: No, Loving Jesus Is Not Homoerotic

Reply to Michael Eric Dyson: No, Loving Jesus Is Not Homoerotic

On Monday, Michael Eric Dyson appeared on The ED Show on MSNBC, this time hosted by Joy Reid. He was introduced as someone knowledgeable in American history and Biblical theology. Dyson, a professor at Georgetown, then insinuated that the Bible’s

Paul Walker: How His Classmates Remember Him

Paul Walker: How His Classmates Remember Him

I graduated from Village Christian High School the year after Fast & Furious star Paul Walker did. Many of Village Christian Schools’ students attended from elementary all the way through their senior year of high school. Each graduating class at that

How to Dismantle Iran: Not Red Lines but Fault Lines

How to Dismantle Iran: Not Red Lines but Fault Lines

Tensions between Iran and Israel over nuclear power have put Iran back in the news. America is confronted with the question: how should we deal with Iran? John McCain has his own advice, which he shared with America during his

Lawrence of Arabia Warns America Against Entanglement in Syria

Lawrence of Arabia Warns America Against Entanglement in Syria

“No one has power with the wind to restrain the wind…” Ecclesiastes 8:8 In his most recent speech to the nation, President Obama urged the American people to support him should he choose to use extremely limited force to stop

Can America Win a War in Syria?

Can America Win a War in Syria?

Hafez, the 11-year old son of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, reportedly posted a blistering taunt of President Obama on Facebook. Despite being deliberately antagonistic, his strategic analysis of the situation is remarkably cogent and pointed (suggesting an 11-year old might