Todd Starnes weighs in on Donald Trump's concerns.
The Speaker should look to Republican history from days when the Party won landslides.
American Christianity is no longer the force it once was for our Founding Fathers.
If America is to survive, we have to resurrect the mission of the Founders.
Trump or Clinton will be the next president of the United States; that tends to focus one's attention.
"Our children ... are leaving the state in droves."
Barring a miracle on Nov. 8, 2016, America stands on the verge of losing its Constitution.
The rot has worked its way through every institution and corridor of power.
God is on our side, so we will not be discouraged.
America's Founders won freedom, but recognized that freedom is rare and cannot be taken for granted.
It began when we surrendered to secularism and sinned by refusing to fight against untruth.
We now live in an age of State ideology.
Our rallying cry to restore America to her Judeo-Christian heritage and re-establish a biblically based culture is not hopeless.
This is what happens when Christians abandon the public square.
Somebody's values are going to reign supreme.
Battling for truth becomes a necessary component of God's program of redemption.
How bare the cupboard stands today without national leadership advancing the religious mission that established America.
Ted Cruz's willingness to stand up to the Washington establishment is winning voters over. Will it be enough?
Senior pastors in America's churches must re-establish prayer and the Word if we are to survive.
Thursday night's debate featured uncivil behavior from the Republicans—sophomoric and crass—bordering on obscene.
Secularism has radically transformed every major institution in society.