Physicians urging patient-centered, free-market health care say House Speaker Paul Ryan's newly released proposal to repeal Obamacare does not actually repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and, therefore, is "doomed for failure."
Finally, many are rejoicing in the Trump administration's enthusiasm to help Israel. It's a welcome change. But remember that it will one day pay the price for trusting man rather than God (Dan 9:27; Matt 24:14-15, 21; 2 Thess 2:4).
For I tell you, you will not see me again, until you say, 'Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.' Matt 23:39
Could we be nearing a time when Israel will put its trust in a peace-broker?
"The Shack" exceeded box office expectations in its premier weekend with one of the best openings for a faith-based film. But as moviegoers watch a woman play God on the big screen, some Christians want to clarify whether they should be more "inclusive" or "gender-blended" when referring to God.
Their new Obamacare plan isn't an attempt to shift America away from government-run healthcare. It's an attempt to re-enshrine government as the center of the health care system, with a slightly rejiggered vision of its role. The plan isn't likely to lower costs, promote competition, or curb moral hazard.
It's not good.
Here are the five biggest problems:
Sunday's episode of FOX's post-apocalyptic comedy series The Last Man on Earth imagines a world where President Donald Trump's entire administration is killed off in a freak occurrence.
Twitter is allowing, as of this writing, an account dedicated to assassinating President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence that features as the header image a doctored photo showing Trump dead from gunshot wounds to the head and chest
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