Obama’s ‘Other Accent’ Used to Praise Jeremiah Wright, Charge Racism in Katrina Aftermath

A 2007 video has been making its way around the web that shows then Sen. Barack Obama using an “urban” accent to praise his former minister, Rev. Jeremiah Wright. He also goes to great lengths to say any delay in responding to Hurricane Katrina was the result of racism. But before I go any further… Continue reading Obama’s ‘Other Accent’ Used to Praise Jeremiah Wright, Charge Racism in Katrina Aftermath

Americans Depend on TV, Online Media for Political News; Print Media Sees Steep Decline

If you are seeking your daily dose of political news, chances are you obtain it from television or online media sources before you read your daily newspaper or listen to your favorite radio station, according to an updated Pew survey. “The transformation of the nation’s news landscape has already taken a heavy toll on print… Continue reading Americans Depend on TV, Online Media for Political News; Print Media Sees Steep Decline

10 Reasons I’m More Excited About Jesus Than Politics

Every once in a while a writer reads something and wishes they had written it themselves. For me, this is one of those times. After covering the Democratic National Convention last week in Charlotte and writing about God being out and then back in the party platform, I was reminded that God doesn’t care if… Continue reading 10 Reasons I’m More Excited About Jesus Than Politics

There’s an ‘Elephant in the Room’ at Democratic Convention

You’ve already heard that on Wednesday that after taking severe criticism about removing any reference to God in the party platform, Democrats scurried to reinsert language so they wouldn’t have to defend the issue during the campaign. However, they may have drawn more attention to the issue by the way it was handled. But what… Continue reading There’s an ‘Elephant in the Room’ at Democratic Convention