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Friday, September 19th
The strategists who base their political advice on public opinion polls have just had a surprise. A new poll reports that the American people are now more likely to trust Republicans to handle...
Friday, September 19th
On the same day the Select Committee on Benghazi began hearings into the lessons of that terrorist attack, the House Republican leadership ignored one of those lessons by introducing and passing...
Friday, September 19th
As a follow up to my September 10th article (Victoria Osteen & John Piper’s “Christian Hedonism”: What’s The Difference?) and my related interview with Brannon Howse on September 11th, I wanted...
Thursday, September 18th
Guest: Justin Peters. Topic: Kirk Cameron goes on Catholic Radio program Busted Halo with Father Dave. Hear a few audio clips from the interview. Topic: Kirk promotes his next movie about keeping...
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Friday, August 29th
Author(s): Roger Aronoff

While the media are usually doing the bidding of President Obama and the Democrats, and are deep in the President’s pocket, there are cases in which they are very unhappy with his actions. New York Times reporter James Risen has become famous not only for his ongoing Espionage Act case, but also for his willingness to call [1] President Obama the “greatest enemy to press freedom in a generation.” In the case of Fox News reporter James Rosen, the government “monitored Rosen’s movements in and out of the State Department,” according to [2] CBS News. They also “searched his personal emails and...

Friday, August 29th
Author(s): Michael Synder

Wall Street banks are getting hit by cyber attacks every single minute of every single day.  It is a massive onslaught that is not highly publicized because the bankers do not want to alarm the public.  But as you will see below, one big Wall Street bank is spending 250 million dollars a year just by themselves to combat this growing problem.  The truth is that our financial system is not nearly as stable as most Americans think that it is.  We have become more dependent on technology than ever before, and that comes with a potentially huge downside.  An electromagnetic pulse weapon or an...

Wednesday, August 27th
Author(s): Jesse Johnson

In many ways, Mark Driscoll’s stepping down from his church brings to a close a somewhat ignominious chapter in the history of American Evangelicalism (you know something is ignominious when it gets Voxified). The Driscoll Decade of Drama unfolded like a circus: for ten years there was a show in town, and there were otherwise respectable people selling tickets. Many of those people have now taken to hoping for Driscoll’s repentance. Here is the most famous example: First, a few disclaimers. 1. Ten years ago I made a personal rule to not blog on anything related to Mark Driscoll. To the best...

Tuesday, August 26th
Author(s): Michael Synder

If hundreds of doctors and nurses are becoming infected with Ebola, what chance is the general public going to have?  This is not just a question that many of us are asking.  As you will see below, this is a question that the World Health Organization is asking.  When dozens of health workers started getting Ebola, nobody could explain how it was happening.  More precautions were taken and health workers were even more careful than before.  Then the number of sick health workers rose to 170.  Even more measures were taken to keep doctors and nurses from getting the disease, but now just a...

Tuesday, August 26th

Topic: John Piper tweets support for Mark Driscoll. (Guest: Jesse Johnson) Piper must not know what the Biblical requirements are for a pastor and a church based on his public embracing of Driscoll and his recent tweet that seems to imply t...hat he desires to see a return of Driscoll to the pulpit? From Piper supporting Driscoll and Rick Warren what are we to make of how Piper is finishing his race?Topic: By Piper embracing Driscoll and his brand of church/pastor; has not Piper had a hand in encouraging the establishment of more unbiblical churches and pastors like Driscoll? How many...

Tuesday, August 26th

Guests: Usama Dakdok and Justin Peters. Topic: Why is Obama not taking the threat of Islam seriously? Who are some of the radical Muslims that work inside the Obama administration? Are any of the Obama Administration officials connected in  some way to the Muslim Brotherhood? Topic: The half-brother of Obama that was in his wedding, and has visited his brother in the White House, can be seen in a picture wearing an Anti-Israel, pro-Hamas scarf.Topic: Justin Peters joins us to discuss Dr. Michael Brown appearing on the TV program of false teacher Benny Hinn and Sid Roth. Interesting enough,...

Monday, August 25th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Has Beth Moore Become a False Teacher? Brannon Howse and Justin Peters discuss this topic in light of Beth Moore's own words. Brannon plays video clips of Beth Moore that you must see if you want to know if Beth Moore should be called a false teacher. Watch now before this program rolls into the Situation Room for members only. Watch by clicking here now: www.wvwtv.com

Monday, August 25th
Author(s): Clint Archer

There are many ways to leave a church honorably. You could die in the pulpit. You might gracefully retire so a younger man can fill your shoes. Perhaps you feel called to another ministry, and your current elders support you in that endeavor. But there are some ways no pastor wants to be ejected from his ministry. 1. Burn out. Some men don’t last in the ministry because, as Maverick was warned in Top Gun, “You ego’s writing checks your body can’t cash.” In their defense, most pastors who burn out are demanding more from their bodies, not out of ego, but out of zeal for the ministry. George...

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