Folks who follow my updates from time to time on Facebook know that Saturday evening was the 50th anniversary gala for the Lincoln Club of Orange County, a simply unbelievable organization founded 50 years ago here in the southland by such business titans...

I apologize in advance if certain readers think these pre-qualifiers are unnecessary, and I imagine Pastor Wilson does not expect me to say this either, but I want to start off this article by saying that I hold Doug Wilson in very, very high regard....

I debated between framing this article as a sort of "open letter to Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich" or else just a regular piece written to those who happen to be reading it. I have opted for the latter, but I sure wouldn't mind...

By David L. Bahnsen and P. Andrew Sandlin Every campaign season, we hear disputes over electability, third parties, voting for the lesser of two evils, and voting by principle rather than pragmatism. Christian conservatives are especially susceptible to these debates, because they (rightly) embrace their political...

I don't know how anyone can dispute my oft-repeated assertion that Ron Paul's foreign policy is, to put it very, very mildly, lacking in moral clarity. Powerful video. I wish it were exposing Ron Paul's hypocrisy. But it is not. it...

I would be very surprised if National Review had a bigger supporter than I, but that is not the subject of this piece. I confess to having been disappointed in a recent piece from their very capable and gifted writer, Kevin Williamson. Essentially,...

I am far more comfortable than many of my like-minded conservative friends are with a President who is less than perfect ideologically. Reagan was the last President who I think had a coherent political philosophy, yet he was not the last President who did...