THINK ABOUT THIS: Are ‘Thoughts And Prayers’ Appropriate When A Gunman Kills And Maims?

It seems to happen every time now when there is a mass shooting incident like those that just days ago killed and injured dozens of innocent people in an El Paso Wal-Mart and a Dayton night spot.

Dr. Frank Turek (left), Fox News’ Lauren Green (center), Michael Wear (right). Screen shot from Fox News video.

Democrats demand new gun controls and Republicans offer their “thoughts and prayers for the tragic victims of this latest horrible nonsense.” There is a growing chorus on each side that the other’s response is not appropriate, but the Democrats’ criticism of “thoughts and prayers” as inadequate seems especially strong in the wake of the most recent tragedies.

Who is right? Fox News’ religion correspondent Lauren Green hosted an August 15 discussion of the issue between cross-examined.org’s Dr. Frank Turek, and Michael Wear of Public Square Strategies. Continue reading “THINK ABOUT THIS: Are ‘Thoughts And Prayers’ Appropriate When A Gunman Kills And Maims?”

WHAT DO YOU THINK? Who’s Right About Sex Before Marriage, Hannah Or Luke?

Not being one who follows ABC’s “The Bachelorette,” I wasn’t aware of the epic blow-up that occurred recently when Luke sort of asked Hannah if she would remain celibate until marriage.

Luke and Hannah just before the fireworks started. (Screen shot from the video.)

Thanks to Chrissy Clark of The Federalist, however, I not only know about it, I’ve also benefitted from reading the author’s interesting take on who was right and who was wrong in what was an extremely revealing argument that was hardly flattering to either of the participants.

Luke and three other suitors accompanied Hannah to Greece. Luke ended up getting the boot ride in the limo at the end. Here’s Clark’s summary of the situation: Continue reading “WHAT DO YOU THINK? Who’s Right About Sex Before Marriage, Hannah Or Luke?”