The Republican’s #TaxReform Comes to Town

For every middle-income family that knows what it's like to try to make ends meet and for every hardworking taxpayer who has ever spent hours trying to navigate complicated IRS forms, this vote in favor of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is for you. https://t.co/JvEYtB3msN — Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 20, 2017 Finally, onContinue reading “The Republican’s #TaxReform Comes to Town”

A Bad Job Interview By Trump’s Judicial Pick Went #Viral (Leading to Him to Write a Withdrawal Letter)

Have you ever gave a bad job interview?  You gave terrible answers to questions, no answers to questions, or maybe revealed that you really did not have the experience or credentials for the job that you were interviewing for.  I think many of us can relate to this kind of a scenario. Sometimes, you are picked forContinue reading “A Bad Job Interview By Trump’s Judicial Pick Went #Viral (Leading to Him to Write a Withdrawal Letter)”

No More for Moore and Omarosa Out in 2018 (#RoyMoore / #Omarosa)

Alabama voted yesterday and it came out last night that Moore will be no more!  Well, at least, politically-speaking, his time is up for now.  Of course, he may not give up so easily since Doug Jones won by such a narrow margin.  Obviously, that is Moore’s right, even if it would seem that heContinue reading “No More for Moore and Omarosa Out in 2018 (#RoyMoore / #Omarosa)”

Episode 60 – Consistency with Morals and Civil Discourse (Free Speech)

This is the 60th episode of Thinking It Through with Jerome Danner (my podcast). Today, I am speaking the growing number of sexual assault allegations in the news. There are some people who are being inconsistent with their support of some alleged “sexual predators” and their anger at other “sexual predators” who are across theContinue reading “Episode 60 – Consistency with Morals and Civil Discourse (Free Speech)”

Ep. 54 – Conversation with Jon Gabriel (@exjon) – Talking Chelsea Manning, Jemele Hill, Trump Working with Democrats, & Trump’s Base

Next on Thinking It Through:  I get the opportunity to converse with the Editor-in-Chief of Ricochet.com, Mr. Jon Gabriel.  He gives me his thoughts on Harvard hiring (and later rescinding the invitation) Chelsea Manning to be a visiting fellow, ESPN Host Jemele Hill’s recent comments on Trump, Trump working with Democrats, and how important is building theContinue reading “Ep. 54 – Conversation with Jon Gabriel (@exjon) – Talking Chelsea Manning, Jemele Hill, Trump Working with Democrats, & Trump’s Base”

ReThinking the Issues Between Law Enforcement and African Americans

Issues stemming from race has a long and storied past and still rears its ugly head these days as well.  The problems involving race goes as far back as the exploration of this land by European explorers, then the birth of this nation when citizens could “own” slaves, who were Africans typically.  Over the nextContinue reading “ReThinking the Issues Between Law Enforcement and African Americans”

Episode 44 – Jeremy Frankel @FrankelJeremy Interview on #Leftism or #Liberal #Extremism & the #GOP Health Care Bill

Next on Thinking It Through:  I have a wonderful conversation with Jeremy Frankel, a contributor on The Daily Wire, about his piece – Despite The Common Misconception, “Leftism” and “Liberalism” Are Not Synonymous – and briefly on the GOP health care bill and Trump’s presidency. 00:00 – 03:24 = Introduction & Frankel’s conservatism 03:25 – 12:30 = TheContinue reading “Episode 44 – Jeremy Frankel @FrankelJeremy Interview on #Leftism or #Liberal #Extremism & the #GOP Health Care Bill”

Prayer Should Not Be An Afterthought (But Action Should Not Be Either)

Prayer is necessary to the Christian life.  One may say that it is a part of the lifeblood to abiding in Christ.  For how can you develop a relationship with a person, the Person (specifically our Lord), without true and open communication with Him.  So then, prayer is a two-way street with our God.  But He isContinue reading “Prayer Should Not Be An Afterthought (But Action Should Not Be Either)”

Abortion Is Not Wrong Because the Religious Say So

In the past couple of days, news has come out that David Daleiden, who is the head of the Center for Medical Progress, and Susan Merritt, have both been indicted by a grand jury in Harris County, Texas, with charges that are related to the controversial videos released showing officials with Planned Parenthood attempting to gain fromContinue reading “Abortion Is Not Wrong Because the Religious Say So”

How has Pres. Trump’s First 100 Days Been? Well………

(Photo above from http://english.almanar.com.lb/106401) Although President Trump’s first 100 days in office have been interesting, to say the least, it may depend more on who you are reading or listening to for you to figure out whether he has been successful (maybe), a failure, or possibly somewhere in the middle.  However, I think a balanced viewContinue reading “How has Pres. Trump’s First 100 Days Been? Well………”