The New Secular Right

The 1970s, under the leadership of Graham, Falwell, Colson, and many others, ushered in the era of the Religious Right, a movement that culminated with the Reagan administration in the 1980s. Now, the trends are shifting again. We’re witnessing the rise of a new Secular Right, borne by individuals and [read more]

2021-02-03T10:29:01-05:00February 3rd, 2021|Podcast|

Mr. Biden’s Cultural Revolution

For many Americans, there’s a sense that Mr. Biden’s administration brings a level of competence to the political stage. International partnerships are coming back, scientists no longer feel gagged, and we’re seeing an aggressive pandemic response. Stephen appreciates some of this, but also grapples with various aspects of the new [read more]

2021-01-25T18:01:35-05:00January 27th, 2021|Podcast|

Pastors and the Insurrection

Stephen has often advocated for taking Washington, D.C. for a righteous, noble cause. On January 6, many salt-of-the-earth, heartland Christians who genuinely believe the election was stolen gathered to do just that. They convened to pray and cry out to God from the nation’s capital. Unfortunately, this gathering was tainted [read more]

2021-01-15T15:05:05-05:00January 20th, 2021|Podcast|

The Insurrection, Part 1

January 6, 2021 is a day that will go down in the history books. What happened at the U.S. Capitol? Is President Trump responsible? What should we make of the position he put Mike Pence in? Where is the evidence of election fraud? Stephen reflects on these questions and what [read more]

2021-01-12T15:26:47-05:00January 13th, 2021|Podcast|

The Current Crisis

The COVID-19 bill (“Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021”) that was recently signed into law touted the goal of putting funds into the hands of hurting Americans. Superglued onto this legislation was $15M for Pakistan, $36M for Cambodia, $130M for Nepal, $135M for Burma, $453M for Ukraine, $700M for Sudan, and more [read more]

2021-01-05T14:19:44-05:00January 6th, 2021|Podcast|

The Good News

Without question, it has been a challenging year. Yet we are grateful for the battles that make us better. In this episode, Stephen reflects on COVID-19, the 2020 election, and the phenomenon of creative destruction. Good days are ahead. At this very moment, we stand on the precipice of a [read more]

2020-12-17T17:49:21-05:00December 30th, 2020|Podcast|

A New Political Party?

Consider the possibility that we may have a new political party in the near future. In this episode, Stephen shares what he imagines could be the core values of a moderate party rooted in the “radical middle.” Let’s call it The Commonsense Party! Tune in for a discussion of the [read more]

2020-12-17T17:16:15-05:00December 23rd, 2020|Podcast|

Next for the GOP?

Is Trump Conservatism the only form of conservatism we’re going to hear about in the coming years? The word "conservative" cannot be a codeword for “Donald Trump.” Otherwise the ideology is going to die in the next five to ten years. In this episode, Stephen discusses what may be next [read more]

2020-12-14T14:55:27-05:00December 16th, 2020|Podcast|

Thank God for Nick Kristof

The New York Times recently published “The Children of Pornhub” by journalist Nick Kristof.  “Pornhub became my trafficker,” said one young woman interviewed by Kristof, whose article reveals how content on Pornhub encourages the abuse and trafficking of many women, including young, underage girls. In this episode, Stephen shares what he [read more]

2020-12-08T17:45:47-05:00December 9th, 2020|Podcast|

The Transition

Election fraud? Lawsuits? New appointees? In this episode, Stephen discusses the most important issues surrounding the transition of power from President Trump to President-elect Biden. Stephen shares what he’s learning about alleged fraud from friends in D.C. He also comments on how appointees like Antony Blinken indicate a powerful shift [read more]

2020-11-30T15:56:51-05:00December 2nd, 2020|Podcast|
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