America’s banking crisis will powerfully impact Europe financially—and politically.
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Does the Iranian nuclear deal make the world safer? The nations hope it will curb Iran’s radical ambitions, but they are ignoring the lessons of history.
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Analysis

Syria’s civil war has become the worst humanitarian catastrophe of our time. Evidence of it is abundant in Turkey and the other nations bordering Syria.
You can learn about Russia and the United States by looking at the public’s view of their armed forces.
Australia’s economy is ill prepared and incapable in the face of the looming global economic crisis.
Education starts with fathers turning their hearts to their children—and children turning their hearts to their father.
Are black students more likely to be disciplined because teachers are racists? Or is there a more likely reason?
Implications of the rocket-wielding terrorists in the Sinai

News

The United States and Britain are rethinking the way police should handle minor drug offenses.
Audio:Trumpet Daily: A World Gone Mad  9:05 am, July 30
The hunt is on for Cecil the Lion’s cold-blooded killer.
Audio:Trumpet Hour: Educating Our Children  10:07 am, July 29
Ministry of Defense slashes 20,000 jobs in five years.
It’s worse than we thought.
The amount of U.S. concessions being given to brutal dictatorships is mind-boggling.
The Obama administration intensifies efforts to fundamentally transform the criminal, social, racial and economic systems of justice.
Administration officials respond to criticism over nuke deal.
It’s an example that should have been held up for the whole nation to see.
Did the Mayo Clinic really ‘discover’ the formula for happiness?
So many major Bible prophecies—now being fulfilled!
The Key of David
The financial crisis in Greece is a small example of what will happen in America and Britain.
History teaches us what to expect now that Iran got the deal it sought over its nuclear program. 
The people of Charleston, South Carolina, showed the world the only way to have peace among the races.
July 25, 2015  •  27 minutes
Nuclear deal solidifies Iran’s position as regional hegemon.

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Columnists

Stephen Flurry  ·  More »

While politicians draw up plans to divide Israel’s capital city, archaeologists are busily digging up Jerusalem’s celebrated past.

Brad Macdonald  ·  More »

There are roughly 20,000 nuclear weapons on this planet. What happens when one is dropped on your city?

Economy  ·  More »

Australia’s economy is ill prepared and incapable in the face of the looming global economic crisis.

Society  ·  More »

Are black students more likely to be disciplined because teachers are racists? Or is there a more likely reason?