Election 1992: A Series on the Presidential CandidatesThird Parties and First Principles: Howard Phillips takes a long shotPat Buchanan Takes Aim at the White HouseJerry Brown - Is there a method behind his madness?The Democratic Fallout: It's down to Clinton…Read more
By Andrew Sandlin The present euphoria of the Democratic Party over the election of their first president in 16 years should be tempered by the realization that the job of serving as executive is slightly more difficult than running a…Read more
Quote of the Month “If Thomas Jefferson were alive today, I would appoint him secretary of state, and then Al Gore and I would resign so he could become president.” - President Bill Clinton Before his inauguration at Monticello, when…Read more
How was the 1992 election decided? The electoral college landslide that put Bill Clinton into office – 370 votes to President George Bush’s 168 – was the largest Democratic victory since 1964. Looking at the popular vote, however, the election…Read more
When Ross Perot decided to re-enter the presidential sweepstakes, he deprived Bill Clinton of his uncontested status as the greatest political threat to our nation’s moral and economic future. Thankfully, he is not fooling too many people this time around,…Read more
Don’t Waste Your Vote! The next President will either be George Bush or Bill Clinton. This may be the most crucial election in many years. Your vote is critical if you care about this nation’s future. Don’t say there’s no…Read more
Education: Oppose efforts to bankrupt the public school system through private school vouchers. Support site-based decision-making and public school choice, with strong protections against discrimination. Homosexual Rights: Condemn homophobia, bigotry and negative stereotyp…Read more
Education: Parents should have the right to choose the best schools for their children; schools should teach right from wrong; advocate $1,000 tuition credit. Backs parents’ right to educate children at home. Homosexual Rights: Oppose efforts to include sexual preference…Read more
In less than three months time, the Ross Perot phenomenon has seemingly come out of nowhere to capture the imagination of a nation of disillusioned voters. With no party and no political experience, he has nevertheless already matched Bill Clinton’s…Read more
Bill Clinton was supposed to be the Democratic Party’s dream candidate. As a handsome, articulate Rhodes Scholar with a Yale law degree, this overachieving wunderkind may be the first bonafide political prodigy to be spawned by the Democrats in nearly…Read more
Explodes the myths of the liberal critics and the movies, books and television programs that have popularized their views.
Exposing The Occult Roots of Abortion
Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference
Foundations in Biblical Orthodoxy
America’s moral crisis and what Christians must do