Bold & Blunt Podcast
Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley brings her no-holds-barred take on the big issues of the day.
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It's not just about teaching that capitalism is evil. It's about filling the minds of the youngest and most vulnerable that America itself is evil -- and must be changed. This is why the public schools might have finally reached the stage of unfixable.
The thing about the "gender revolution" is that it's built on lies, so it can be whatever ridiculous notion pops at the moment -- and it can linger for as long as the ridiculous can sell.
Hillary Clinton, reacting on MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" to the fourth indictment slung Donald Trump's way, laughed. It was one of her most deplorable moments.
It's bad enough America has a White House leader that's weak. But it's even worse when the policies that this president is able to advance are all the anti-American ones. Witness: climate change.
Digital currency is coming. And that means individual freedom is going. Former Brexit Party political candidate and patriot across the pond -- Jim Ferguson in the United Kingdom --has much to say about the massive perils to freedom that are taking place at the hands of governments around the world.
Sixty-nine percent of Protestant pastors in a Lifeway Research survey said they see a "growing sense of fear" among their congregants, and another 63%, that their pews are also filled with people who feel "dread" about the "future of Christianity" in America and around the world. That explains a lot.