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[This article of mine first appeared in Christian Post] There is a dangerous duo out there, and what we don’t know about this new partnership could endanger our families. I am referring to the twin phenomena of the Internet’s “dark web” and the shocking scourge of...

While The Empowered is fiction, the “dark web” which is the illegal back alley of the Internet and figures in the plot, is a disturbing fact that endangers our children....

On the cusp of the release of The Empowered, a novel that begins with a deadly voodoo hex in Washington, D.C., this real-life voodoo-in-highplaces-in-Washington news hit the wires....

After decades of the Supreme Court telling us that religion can’t be practiced in public school, a university president and a celebrity scientist have a novel idea on how to smuggle a new form of worship into education. Fake news? Keep reading. In a post this...

Let’s start with make-believe part, first. In suspense stories, there’s usually a victim; someone in great danger. Then there’s a potential hero, someone who, often against great odds, has to decide to come to the rescue. That’s the familiar formula. In the 13 suspense novels...

It’s time to get real about President Trump’s Executive Order (EO) on Religious Freedom; and to those who are ginning-up the tempest, I have a modest suggestion – simmer down. On the left, secular extremist groups and separation-of-church-and-state advocates are threatening to sue the Administration...

Here is the part that is not complicated: the Internet should stay “open” to the public. Everything after that dealing with the subject, particularly in Washington D.C., tends to violate Ockham’s Razor – you know, the one that says that all things being equal, the...

  Easter came and went, and with it, Sunday service at church with my wife and family and the grandkids, and then a lovely day together where we bathed in that rare commodity – slow conversation on the front porch, and not much to do until...

Two Jihadi terrorists are in the news. Their lives share some parallels, but like rockets ending up in different galaxies, one of them changed trajectory. Kahlid Masood, a 52 year old Londoner who had converted to Islam, plowed his vehicle through pedestrians on the crowded...

On Monday, March 20th, federal Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the United States Supreme Court, is slated to face questioning from the U.S. Senate during his confirmation hearing. Among other topics, his views on religious liberty are...