Sam Rohrer for The Christian Post: Winning the Spiritual Victory


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By Sam Rohrer for The Christian Post | Image from CP

When we consider the biblical principles tied to Christian living, do we think about spiritual victory? We should. Victory begins when we believe there is indeed an enemy and a battle. Ephesians 6 says we battle not against flesh and blood but principalities and powers in high places; therefore, we are to put on the whole armor of God.

Living victoriously as effective salt and light includes identifying the enemy as the world, the flesh and the devil. Victory requires believing that the devil is fighting hard to keep us defeated, ineffective and without influence in our culture. Sadly, the latest surveys indicate that 74 percent of Americans say they’re Christians, but of these, over half live in daily defeat because they don’t believe the Holy Spirit or the devil are real. Continue reading…

BOOK RELEASE TODAY! Will the Antichrist Be a Product of Artificial Intelligence?


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By Mark Biltz for WND

Over the past few centuries many have postulated who the Antichrist might be – speculating whether he would be a Muslim, a Jew or a professing Christian – but few people have ever wondered what he might be!

In this age of artificial intelligence, some are wondering if the Antichrist might be some kind of super-intelligent hybrid human cyborg that will want to be worshiped. Top experts are warning us of the malicious use of artificial intelligence, or AI. Continue reading…

AFA’s Tim Wildmon for The Christian Post: If Trump Fails, We All Lose


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By Tim Wildmon for The Christian Post | Image from CP

I made a comment on our daily radio program recently that Christians should be very thankful that Donald Trump was elected president of the United States and not Hillary Clinton. The Democratic Party of yesteryear, made of patriotic Americans who just had policy differences with the Republican Party, is gone forever. The Democrats have spent the past four decades or so evolving into a party that now works against almost everything our country was built upon. The Bible. The Constitution. The family. The free-enterprise system. I could give countless examples of this hostility, but I don’t have enough space here. Continue reading…

Sam Rohrer in Charisma News: What Is the Truth Concerning Americans’ Wants and Needs for Immigration and Secure Borders?


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Published by Charisma News | Image from Charisma

Open borders or a barrier? Strategic migrant infiltration or innocent altruistic immigration? Good for America or the strategic slow death of the Western world?

These are all part of the ongoing immigration debate, the current border barrier standoff in Washington, D.C., and the current impasse being waged in Congress. The American Pastors Network (APN) frequently explores issues of immigration and how they relate to both the Bible and the Constitution on its daily, live radio program, “Stand in the Gap Today.”

These topics are especially important, says APN President Sam Rohrer, with another government shutdown looming this week—dependent on agreements reached on these urgent matters. Continue reading…

Twila Brase for American Thinker: Electronic Health Records Give Way to Disasters and Dangerous Intrusions


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By Twila Brase for American Thinker | Image from American Thinker

What if your doctor had no clue what he last ordered for you and no ability to order anything else? This is what can happen when an electronic health record (EHR) system crashes.

In 2006, the EHR system at a major hospital crashed. One senior internist, reports the Washington Post, “walked in to find no records on any patients.” He said, “It was like being on the moon without oxygen.” While doctors struggled to keep patients alive, employees from the EHR vendor “ran around with no idea how to work their own equipment.” The internist emphasized, “I didn’t go through all my training to have my ability to take care of patients destroyed by devices that are an impediment to medical care.” Continue reading…

Dan Celia for CBN: The Left’s Political Fountain of Youth


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By Dan Celia for CBN News | Image from CBN

The relentless culture warriors on the left have come up with a new recruitment tool: a constitutional amendment that would allow teens as young as 16 to vote. First proposed in Congress last August by Rep. Grace Meng, D-N.Y., this movement has since appeared in other places, imitating the popular arcade game, Whac-A-Mole.

It surfaced again in October in Nebraska, where a state senator proposed a state constitutional amendment to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in local and state elections. Soon after, city council members in Washington, D.C., proposed allowing youngsters to cast ballots in presidential elections. Fortunately, two sponsors of the legislation changed their minds, and it was tabled in mid-November. Continue reading…

Dan Celia for Townhall.com | Socialists Win One in New York City


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By Dan Celia for Townhall.com | Image from Townhall

At least one good thing came from Amazon pulling a $2.5 billion plan for new headquarters—it was a good business decision for Amazon. It will likely be in Amazon’s best interest to not have one of its East Coast HQs in areas where employees will be taxed to death, morale will be difficult to keep, and productivity will be at the mercy of the leftist socialist protesters.

Yes, Amazon determining that working within the ideology of the minority in NYC is not in the best interest of productivity, profits and purpose was a very good thing—not to mention its management would have to be prepared to share the wealth. It appears we are seeing a post-Obama administration resurgence in some cities and states—where profits, success and wealth are to be demonized, taxed and regulated. Continue reading…

Steve Strang in Townhall: America at War—With Itself


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By Stephen E. Strang for Townhall.com | Image from Townhall

The election of Donald Trump—and his presidency thus far—did not create the social and political divide tearing America apart. The forces aligned on the right and the left were already doing that long before Trump or Barack Obama or George W. Bush entered the political arena. But the conflict that has erupted since Trump’s victory has exposed the chasm that divides us more dramatically than any event in the last 150 years.

Americans hardly think any more about the motto that adorns our currency: “E Pluribus Unum”—an example of the dreams of national unity—“From many, one.” Today those dreams have all but vanished. And we seldom hear about the culture war that dominated headlines a few years ago. Apparently, we’re past that point now. The national motto, “In God We Trust,” which appears not only on our currency but on courthouse walls and monuments of all kinds, has become a source of controversy.  Continue reading…

Twila Brase for The Daily Caller: Electronic Health Records Burden Doctors


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By Twila Brase for The Daily Caller | Image from Daily Caller

When the Obama administration began pushing the use of electronic health records (EHR), they were touted as a “savior” for medicine. But instead of saving money for patients, doctors and hospitals, EHRs have increased costs and yielded record-breaking profits for EHR vendors, such as EPIC and Cerner. Even worse, they have compromised care and interfered in medical decision-making.

EHRs, sometimes referred to as EMRs or electronic medical records, have complicated and change the medical practice. Continue reading…

CCHF’s Twila Brase in Townhall | ACA Turns Patients Into Guinea Pigs


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By Twila Brase for Townhall.com | Image from Townhall

The Affordable Care Act has made many headlines in the past several weeks, but few know it established a new government agency to conduct research on the American people without their consent. The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI, or Innovation Center) is meant to “test innovative payment and service delivery models to reduce program expenditures.” Several models give preference to or mandate the use of electronic health records (EHRs). Continue reading…