You’ll see a lot of references to justice in the Bible, but you’ll never see the word “social” precede it. Why? Is it simply because social justice is a new cause that post dates the Bible? Or is it because social justice, by its very nature, is directly at odds with justice as the Bible defines it? Allie Beth Stuckey, host of Relatable on BlazeTV, takes a fresh look at this important issue.
The culture war is first and foremost a war of words – and the left is winning. The consequences can be seen everywhere: in politics, in education, in media. In this video, Michael Knowles, host of the Michael Knowles Show, explains why we should not cede another syllable
Obamaism is a multifaceted attack on traditional Americanism.
Obamaism springs from Marxist-Lenninism, but is softened, for messaging purposes, by the utopian, feel-good language of social justice.
It is no accident that Obama was a deeply devoted follower of Jeremiah Wright, whose theology is a radical leftist’s wet dream of what religion should be. Naturally, Wright is a foaming at the mouth Jew and America hater.
Thus, it was entirely predictable that Obama would emerge as profoundly anti-Israeli, treating the Jewish state as a colonial Western outpost, and as the central problem in the Middle East, a toxic region made so by decades of tyranny, kleptocracy, socialism, Islamism, and the bloody forever-war between Shia and Sunni.
We now know that Obama withheld crucial military supplies Israel requested during Operation Protective Edge.
The problem with liberty is, once achieved it becomes like oxygen — something taken for granted.
Said John Adams, “There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.”
For the first time, and never again, the first day of Chanukah will be celebrated on Thanksgiving. This is a moment in time we should all treasure.
Thanksgiving and Chanukah both celebrate religious freedom. The Pilgrims fled religious oppression to make a new life on foreign shores. The Jewish revolt against the Assyrian empire was a battle for religious freedom against a tyrannical government.
The early Pilgrims so closely identified with the Jewish people that they considered making Hebrew the language of this new land.