You can ignore reality, but it won’t ignore you.
How authenticity and comfort in your own skin transforms a young man into a magnet for women, and leadership opportunity.
The soaring arches of a cathedral and the high, pure voices of an English Christmas choir inspire Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green, to reflect on our inheritance in a western civilization that finds its fountain in immutable, enduring, divine principle.
Why do you even care about politics — a distant enterprise, operated by people you don’t really know, arguing about things that often don’t even impact you? The passion for politics, that inner drive that keeps you on fire with emotion, has a reason.
The United States becomes a net exporter of crude oil, and Kanye West comes to Christ. Bill Whittle sees a connection, and great hope, in these two recent phenomena. After years of plummeting as a nation, the rate of descent has decreased, and we may now be on the up side.
Kanye West — a performer/producer/entrepreneur with nine consecutive platinum albums and 21 Grammy awards — drops a new album called ‘Jesus is King’ and rocks the entertainment world again. Can Kanye make Christ cool for kids, with songs like ‘Closed on Sundays’ that says, “no more living for the culture”?
Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll at California Institute of Technology is among the growing cadre of scientists embracing a kind of multiverse theory that builds on Schrodinger’s insight about the power of observation to fix location of an object in the quantum realm.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a leading Democratic candidate for president and professing Christian, usually declares: “God has no political party.” Yet recently he told NBC News that God’s political preference would NOT be the Republican Party in the Trump era. He also had harsh innuendo about Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith. What does this say about Mayor Pete’s character, his theology and his prospects as a 2020 presidential candidate?
Because Christians can’t be viewed as victims, and must be seen as oppressors, Progressives brand them “Easter worshippers” in the wake of the the horrific church bombings in Sri Lanka. What are the roots of this apparently-coordinated verbal attack on the English language, and on the followers of Christ, by Leftwing political leaders?
The burning of the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris this week ignited sympathy around the globe. Bill Whittle sees more in this catastrophe than devastation to a house of worship. The men of Right Angle talk about what it represents.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg tells VP Mike Pence that the decision to make Mayor Pete homosexual was God’s and if Pence has a problem with that, he should argue with the Creator. what happens when a professing Christian, open homosexual, claims the imprimatur of God on this lifestyle. Will his claimed Christianity put off Progressives as his declared homosexuality deters conservatives?