The Winsome Gestapo

We Find Power in Bridling Our OWN Tongues

In discussing events and ideas, I’ve found that some people don’t work at all to bridle their tongues.

But other people work hard to put a bridle on anyone ELSE’s tongue that they disagree with (often by the method of quickly jumping to tone policing).

James shows us the right way. We bridle our OWN tongues:

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Where To Get Reliable News

What can anyone do? Our leading politicians do not share our values. In general, they do not defend our individual rights.

Mainstream media cannot help. It has sold itself to the leftist cause. Journalistic standards continue to erode. Marxism motivates much of today’s “reporting.”

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Even many conservative commentators leave me unimpressed. Though they may be conservative, I’m not convinced that they know how to think in principle.

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Why I Have Hope for America as a Nation

We were scared. We chose the man we thought could win, not the one we thought should win.

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After seeing the electoral process, are you dismayed at the direction our country is headed? Why do anti-Christian people dominate our country? Why do they succeed in elections? What does that say about our political process?

Moreover—what does it say about the people of the nation, and even its Christians? Not good.

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Seven More Thoughts on Debacle 2016

No, it is not a simple choice.

But if you think through the deeper issues, there is a clear answer. Last week I shared seven top articles on the GOP’s crisis. This week I have seven more. These are worth your time. They are also worth sharing.

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Jeremy Boreing (The Daily Wire)
“With Trump as the president, usurping the party of Lincoln with his own nationalist brand, our movement will continue to devolve into a European-style, big government, protectionist nationalist party with no regard for the values of our God or our founding. We will become another party of the decline.”

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