Archive | Duane Lindberg

President Trump’s Travel Ban Necessary for our Security

Guest essay by Duane Lindberg The politically correct but naïve response to President Trump’s temporary ban on Muslim immigration has been to protest his action as “un-America”, xenophobic, and racist. While this protest may serve some political purpose, it is neither wise nor beneficial for the welfare of our nation. It may be argued with […]

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Why I’m Voting for Donald Trump

Guest essay by Duane Lindberg As a Christian and a churchman, I am convinced that the right thing to do at this critical time in our nation’s life is to vote for Donald Trump in the upcoming Presidential election. Why have I come to this decision? First, I want to make it clear that I […]

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Getting Beyond Political Correctness

Guest essay by Duane Lindberg As I listened to President Obama’s comments on Monday, June 13, regarding the Orlando tragedy, I appreciated his statement that the solution to the Islamic terrorist threat in the US is a combination of approaches. I had to agree. He seemed to be allowing that the solution lies not just […]

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Concerning the recent Supreme Court decision regarding same-sex marriage

Guest essay by Duane Lindberg A major issue at stake in the recent Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges is not only the Court’s redefinition of “marriage”, but also the unconstitutional, “super-legislative” process which the slim majority (five–four) used to reach its decision. This process has the earmarks of a bold disregard for history, […]

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