Media Misrepresents Mandel’s Message

My newsfeed this morning featured a few articles twisting Josh Mandel's overt transparency into something evil. One would hope that the events of this last week would cause the press to take a step back and stop overhyping and demonizing good people for good behavior. But it seems that they just can't help themselves. So … Continue reading Media Misrepresents Mandel’s Message

The Comey Credibility Crisis

James Comey was destined to be fired and he knew it. Somehow, he managed to create a crisis in the election that troubled both sides. Anyone who doubts that Hillary would have fired him is simply delusional. Yet when Trump offers his trademark "You're fired," there is somehow a conspiracy. The Absence of Objective Analysis … Continue reading The Comey Credibility Crisis

The Free Speech Fairness Act (H.R. 781)

One of President Trump’s campaign promises was to fix the Johnson Amendment. This sixty year old law may be little known by the general public, but it is well known to pastors, churches and nonprofits as well as those who wish to silence them. Every election year, I and many other pastors receive threatening correspondence … Continue reading The Free Speech Fairness Act (H.R. 781)

Sworn In

It was an honor to be sworn into the Republican State Central Committee by Chairwoman Jane Timken yesterday and to take my seat among my new colleagues representing the Ohio Republican Party. Clarence Mingo commented earlier that he, Chairwoman Timken, and Attorney General Mike DeWine (also present) were all about the same height and that … Continue reading Sworn In

He Is Risen!

Today, as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, I am reminded of three great truths. Remember the Promise Ironically, after the crucifixion, it wasn't His disciples but rather His adversaries that recalled the prophecy of Jesus' resurrection. Sometimes our opponents tend to recall our values more than we do. The Pharisees remembered that Jesus said … Continue reading He Is Risen!

Give the People their Justice: Confirm Gorsuch

The 2016 Election was a Mandate for a Gorsuch-like Appointment Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell and the Senate were respecting the will of the people and fulfilling their role of advise and consent when they withheld the vote on Merit Garland. They did not consent to a last-minute appointment that would not reflect the will … Continue reading Give the People their Justice: Confirm Gorsuch