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By Gerald Flurry, from July 3, 2015 in Analysis »
The people of Charleston, South Carolina, showed the world the only way to have peace among the races.
By Joel Hilliker, from July 1, 2015 in Analysis »
The Supreme Court last week said the Constitution guarantees the right to same-sex ‘marriage.’ But their decision had nothing to do with the Constitution, and it set a dangerous precedent for America.
By Joel Hilliker, from June 17, 2015 in Analysis »
Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner, Rachel Dolezal—these stories about gender and race show how the home of the brave is becoming the land of the free-from-reality.
By Robert Morley, from June 11, 2015 in Analysis »
Why are St. Paul schools looking like the streets of Baltimore? There is a connection.
A beautiful project in India that illuminates the future 
By Jeremiah Jacques, from May 7, 2015 in Analysis »
Part of a pattern in immigration policy that undermines America’s own interests
By Joel Hilliker, Principles of Living from the May-June 2015 Trumpet Print Edition »
Lessons from a man who helped build a president
The world’s most famous poet believed in an eternal afterlife. Yet it was a mystery. It doesn’t need to be!
Scientists treat dissent like heresy. But considering their track record, they should welcome debate.