It's not just when you're having fun that time flies. I can't believe it's nearly 11 months since my first article noting that locking down and masking children is a crime against humanity divorced from all science. Yet here we are almost a year later, entering a new spring season, with children being forced to mask in school (assuming they are even in school) and being wrongly treated as vectors of spread rather than the future of our country. The consequences are unfathomable and will plague us for years to come.
03.25.21
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Parents for the Protection of Girls – a grassroots movement to uphold and defend parental notice – recently hosted an online news conference in defense of Illinois's Parental Notice of Abortion Act. This edition of Spotlight provides especially timely information from the event and highlights numerous reasons why the Parental Notice of Abortion Act must be upheld.
03.24.21
Chris and Mary Miller are perhaps the most conservative elected Republican lawmakers in the state of Illinois. Inevitably, this makes them prime targets of the Left's hate-and-smear machine.

Earlier this year, the Left worked overtime to gin up faux outrage about a speech made by Mary Miller. No sooner had their hysterical attacks against Congresswoman Miller died down, they turned their assault machine against her husband, passing a resolution condemning him for attending the January 6th Save America Rally in Washington D.C. ...
03.22.21
It is quite often the case that the simplest explanation is the correct explanation. The namesake for this principle comes from the English philosopher and theologian, Franciscan friar William of Ockham. It is called Occam’s razor. From various sources, Occam’s razor is a principle of parsimony or frugality used in logic and problem-solving. It states that among competing hypotheses, the hypothesis with the fewest assumptions should be selected. Perhaps Occam’s razor can be appropriately applied to many of our current issues.
03.22.21
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03.20.21
The Root is obviously a hyperbolically racial magazine, since its slogan is "The Blacker the Content the Sweeter the Truth." It's not surprising that it frequently publishes writer Damon Young, author of the memoir "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Blacker." Young's memoir was honored as "required reading" by NPR & celebrated by Entertainment Weekly & The Washington Post, among others.
03.19.21
It’s “1984,” and we are living in schizophrenic times. Orwellian times. The best of times, but yet the worst. 

Times where we demand the truth while reveling in our lies. Times of great material gain but even greater moral loss. Times of calling good evil and evil good; bitter sweet and sweet bitter. Times of the “tolerant” not tolerating what they find intolerable. 
03.18.21
This week on Spotlight we welcome Ken Darnell, a godly man and a gambling researcher who has studied gambling from both a theological and anthropological perspective. Ken highlights the history of gambling in America and details how government switched from protecting citizens from the evils of gambling to actively promoting it for self-serving reasons. Monte, Ken, and I also consider the social cost and the addictive nature of gambling. As the podcast concludes, Ken addresses what the Bible says about gambling and why Christians should resolutely oppose it.
03.16.21
Given the level of insanity erupting at all levels in America, it wasn’t really a shock when the huge, multinational corporation Unilever announced in early March that it was pulling the word “normal” from at least half of its products.

No more soap for “normal skin care,” or shampoo for “normal hair.” It’s offensive.
03.15.21

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03.13.21
The flood of criminal aliens together with the torrent of migrants is the biggest reason why the border wall needs to be completed...
03.12.21

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