Surprise: The Electoral College: Good or Bad?

Craig HueyBureaucracy, Government7 Comments

I’ve received  a lot of letters from confused and frustrated readers. What is the Electoral College? Can Trump be robbed of his election win through the Electoral College? Should we abolish it? So let’s take a look. For sure, Donald Trump will be our next President. He won a clear majority of Electoral College votes: 306 vs. 232 But critics … Read More

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Abraham Lincoln’s Proclamation

Craig HueyCulture, Faith, Government3 Comments

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Abraham Lincoln’s Proclamation

As Thanksgiving approaches, bless someone with Abraham Lincoln’s “Thanksgiving Proclamation.” Some of our readers may wish to read part or all at your Thanksgiving dinner. See the proclamation below: Washington, D.C. October 3, 1863 By the President of the United States of America. A Proclamation. The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of … Read More

Election Shocker! President Donald Trump and the Meltdown of the Liberal Left

Craig HueyAbortion, Bureaucracy, Church, Culture, Current Events, Election, Election Results, Government7 Comments

Election Shocker! President Donald Trump and the Meltdown of the Liberal Left

America dodged a bullet. There is no other way to say it, but this was a miracle election which should not have resulted with Trump as President. There was a revolt against the liberal ideology, against socialist economic stagnation. A rebellion against liberal politics, internationally and at home. Shelly and I spoke at over forty churches on the Election, and … Read More

Election 2016: Clinton vs. Trump–The Comparisons and Differences [Chart]

Craig HueyAbortion, Church, Culture, Economics, Faith, Government, Life, National Security, Questionnaire, Religious Liberties & The Persecuted ChurchLeave a Comment

Election 2016: Clinton vs. Trump--The Comparisons and Differences [Chart]

In past Reality Alert issues, I gave the Clinton/Trump comparison chart differences on: Israel Abortion The Economy Religious Liberty Common Core The Supreme Court Click on any of the links above to see where the candidates stand on those issues. Also … Check out the differences between the major party candidates, and where their values lie on a variety of … Read More

Phil Robertson: America Needs God, Not Just a Good President [Video]

Craig HueyAbortion, Church, Culture, Faith, First Amendment, Government, Life, MarriageLeave a Comment

Phil Robertson: America Needs God, Not Just a Good President [Video]

Phil Robertson, the patriarch of Duck Dynasty, is as anti-PC as it gets. He is pro-life, pro-traditional marriage, and he wants this country to come back to God and Biblical morality. Check out his comments on Fox with Neil Cavuto, where he talks about why he supports Donald Trump … And how he shared the Gospel with the Republican nominee … Read More

Election 2016: 3 Critical Questions Asked in the Final President Debate: What Every Christian Should Know

Craig HueyAbortion, Bureaucracy, Culture, Current Events, Economics, Faith, First Amendment, Government, International, Media2 Comments

Election 2016: 3 Critical Questions Asked in the Final President Debate: What Every Christian Should Know

The third and final debate of the 2016 Presidential Election was perhaps Donald Trump’s best performance and Hillary Clinton’s worst performance. Chris Wallace gave good and fair treatment of hard questions for both candidates. Unlike the first two, which were biased against Trump and favored Hillary Clinton. In the hour and half debate, the three issues were key to Christians. … Read More

The Vice-Presidential Debate: More Liberal Bias, but Opposition to Partial Birth Abortion Surprised Everyone

Craig HueyChurch, Culture, Faith, First Amendment, Government, Media, National Security, Religious Liberty3 Comments

The Vice-Presidential Debate: More Liberal Bias, but Opposition to Partial Birth Abortion Surprised Everyone

The Vice Presidential debate mirrored the presidential debate in terms of media bias. Unlike the previous debate, though, the two candidates discussed issues near and dear to value voters, like abortion and religious liberty. On the sanctity of life, Senator Kaine tried to justify the distinction between his private convictions and public life. He had the same old defense of … Read More