The Three Things Iowa’s Most Influential Evangelical Wants in a Candidate

Politically active Christians hold a pivotal influence over who wins the Iowa caucus, the first-in-the-nation political contest that can launch a candidate from obscurity to the White House. Evangelical leader Bob Vander Plaats, president and CEO of The Family Leader, exercises some sway over their activism. Vander Plaats recently told Fox News the three qualities that he most wants in a … [Read more...]

Inspiring Video: Standing Strong on Values will ‘Win the Hearts of America’

If Republicans want to win the next election, they will have to stand strong on values and avoid the factionalism fomented by their enemy, the media. That advice comes from one of the top exponents of values' voters concerns, Foster Friess. When questioned by Fox Business, the billionaire, who is heavily involved in Republican electoral politics, said the division between economic and social … [Read more...]

Video: The Church or the Welfare State?

In this interview, Ben Johnson discusses the the Christian view of welfare vs. charity, the Christian's four obligations toward wealth, and the Democrats' cynical exploitation of religion to promote their Big Government agenda. My thanks to Crane Durham of "Nothing But Truth" on the American Family Radio Network for having me on the April 26, 2011, program to discuss who came closer to the truth: … [Read more...]

MSNBC: Rachel Maddow Demonizes Ned Flanders

Not long ago, Democrats, chastened in the 2004 election by “values voters,” embarked upon a campaign to communicate their new-found, lifelong values. To this end, Democratic candidates began repeating the Name of Jesus more often than Billy Graham in a series of crusades and Larry David in his entire HBO series combined. But they could not long maintain the charade. On her program tonight, … [Read more...]