Principles over Personalities

By: Terry Paulson George Will’s column, “Feeble president is good for nation,” makes some striking assertions. “Trump is something the nation did not know it needed—a feeble president whose manner can cure the nation’s excessive fixation with the presidency.” Both Presidents Bush and Obama stretched the power of the presidency. George Will explains, “After 2001,…

The Trap and Tyranny of Free Entitlements

By: Terry Paulson Once you receive something for free from the government, who would vote for a politician who vows to take that benefit away? When Obamacare was passed, states that accepted plans to expand Medicaid enrolled many lower-middle-class Americans in subsidized medical plans funded by the government or, more accurately, the hard-working taxpayers supporting…

Blessed by a Contested Convention

By:    Terry Paulson                                   In a campaign season with rampant name-calling, threats of not supporting “certain” candidates, and complaints about “unfair” rules, a contested GOP convention may be the only hope for unifying a fractured party. Donald Trump is…

Complicit Silence Abounds about Biafraland

By:   Terry Paulson         Pope Francis’s speech to the UN called for a coordinated international response to the plight of Christians in the Middle East and Africa: “Christians, together with other cultural or ethnic groups,… have been forced to witness the destruction of their places of worship, their cultural and religious…