1001 Ways to Die in America

   I’ve been criticized for not treating the threat of a Muslim terrorist sneaking into the US posing as a refugee as real. Let me be clear—that is a real threat. The events in Chattanooga and San Bernadino last year (19 killed) and Orlando this year (49 killed) remind us that there are Muslims motivatedContinue reading “1001 Ways to Die in America”

My Voice, Your Voice, His Voice

It’s always a good feeling to be interviewed—whether on television or by a child doing homework for AWANA—it’s affirming to know that someone wants to hear what I have to say, that my voice is being heard. Honestly, I don’t have much to say about 99% of the issues in our world. I love toContinue reading “My Voice, Your Voice, His Voice”