Social Justice Ideology

America is in trouble. There’s violence and looting in big cities, seething hatred between certain classes, and envy and jealousy fanned by socialists who promise to redistribute wealth. This isn’t the America we’re accustomed to. Social Justice...

Qualities of a Justice

What are the qualities of a good Supreme Court Justice? The question is relevant since Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the nation’s highest court last weekend. Impeccable integrity, temperament, experience, and fidelity to the Constitution are...

When the Cure is Worse Than the Disease

When the Cure Is Worse than the Disease by Richard Nelson Back in February, caution was in order, as we knew little about the tiny COVID-19 virus whose threat loomed largely. What else could we do but follow our leaders and public health experts? After four months of...

Cultural Marxism

If one’s political opinions and ideas don’t align with the political left, that person will be bullied and even ruined. David Harsanyi believes that “We’re in the dawn of a high-tech, bloodless Cultural Revolution; one that relies on intimidation,...

Racial Reconciliation Begins With Church

I recently moderated a forum on racism, justice, and the Church, where three black pastors from Kentucky and Tennessee joined me and a colleague in a helpful conversation that brought a better understanding of the black community’s response to the senseless...

Medical Marijuana the Wrong Way

Marijuana as medicine is moving in the Kentucky legislature but before we jump on the bandwagon, we should make sure we are using the same definitions so that we don’t talk past each other. Most people think when you say medical marijuana that a doctor is prescribing...

Good Medicine is Based on Biology

Should children be able to determine their own gender? A group of health professionals who provide care for transgender patients in Kentucky think so. In a recent op-ed in the Lexington Herald-Leader, 13 medical professionals consisting of medical doctors, nurses,...

Legislation Could Limit Faith-Based Counselors

Last week, the New York Times reported on a Kentucky Senate bill banning conversion therapy, a controversial technique whose extreme practitioners employ abusive practices to force change on those struggling with various sexual orientations. The bipartisan bill—SB 85,...

Christmas’ Real Gift

According to a recent Gallup survey, Americans plan to spend an average of $942 on Christmas gifts this year. This is the most ever since Gallup began measuring the trend. It’s shaping up to be a record year for retailers but often the pressure to give the...