News — Politics & Social Issues

Introducing 'The Daily Schpiel'

Politics & Social Issues

If you like the Christian news satire site the 'Babylon Bee', you will be sure to enjoy a new political satire site called 'The Daily Schpiel'. So much of political satire is written from a perspective hostile to a conservative or evangelical worldview or principles. 'The Daily Schpiel' wants to change that and seeks to report news, "faux and balanced", but from an alternative point of view. Be sure to check out The Daily Schpiel if you want to read satire on everything from politics and business to celebrities and entertainment.

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Be Part of a Forever Family

Family Politics & Social Issues

On October 9, 2017, Jackie Alexander, a school administrator in Utah, posted the video of an 11 year old girl celebrating, after learning she was being adopted by her foster parents. “My heart was so happy. It was like ‘Ah!’ I was like screaming,” Tannah Butterfield, the girl, told a reporter from KUTV. Tannah, along with her siblings, were going to be part of a forever family after all. It was a dream come true. “From the door of an orph’nage to the house of the King,      No longer an outcast; a new song I sing. From rags unto riches,...

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My Speech at the Republican National Convention

Bible & Bible Helps Israel Politics & Social Issues

Well, not really.But, if I were asked to address the RNC for a three-minute speech (which I was not), I would have used the theme "Make America Want Again." And this is what I would have said . . . The story of David’s fight with Goliath is a favorite story in Jewish and biblical history, because it was a difficult time in the land of Israel. The nation was being ruled by an unstable monarch who was not making wise decisions and had personally turned from obeying the commands of God. The domestic turmoil was aggravated by foreign conflicts with...

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10 Memorable (And Not So Memorable) Political Ads

Politics & Social Issues

Boring. Predictable. Unmoving. These words describe the majority of political ads during every election cycle. However, there are a few ads that get creative and are worth remembering (this one just released today). Here are 10 other memorable ads which are clever, compelling, and even down-right strange. Some of these are quirky, others will make you laugh, and still others will leave you shaking your head. Enjoy! “When the Moment Is Right”  “The Donkey Whisperer”  “Low Energy”  “Mickey Murphy—Drill Sergeant”  “Cliven Bundy Challenges Eric Holder”  “Echo”  “Gary Peters: Loan Sharknado”  “Squeal”  “Chuck Norris Approved”  “It Feels Good to be a Clinton”

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For Whom to Vote?

Politics & Social Issues

Three days had passed, and he was just as affronted by the remarks as he was when he first heard the man utter the slanderous words. Representative Preston Brooks of South Caroline was stewing over Senator Charles Sumner’s “Crime Against Kansas” speech on the senate floor in which the latter railed against a senator from Illinois and one from south Carolina. Senator Sumner’s inflammatory speech mocked the senator from South Carolina as a man of chivalry and accused him of taking “a mistress . . . the harlot, Slavery.” It was May 1856 and the country was on a collision...

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