Checkmate: One Man’s Fight Against Political Corruption – Book Review

I met Steven Kraus in Ohio at a political event held in March of this year where I purchased his book at that time. I decided to read the book as I flew back and forth from a wedding I attended that same month. Having completed the book on the way back from my trip, the following is my review of his book.

No Play, No Pay

On Tuesday, January 2, 2017 US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley stated that the United States will cut off funding to the United National Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) which is the Palestinian Refugee Agency aimed at funding Palestinian refugees.

What about the Memo? Confronting the “Ring of Power” with Prayer

With the release of the infamous memo this past week, there is growing awareness and confirmation of the duplicity, compromise, and corruption in high places of our government. How can Christians be more effective in praying for those in government when so much on the news can’t be trusted?

American Israel Public Affairs Committee Holds Annual Meeting 02/08/2018

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is holding their Annual Event on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.

By the People

On February 8, 2017 Jeff Sessions resigned as US Attorney General following the investigation on Russian relations. This gave rise to a Senate Seat vacancy for the State of Alabama.

Jacksonville Voters – Is Their Voice Being Heard?

Do you think that the citizens of Jacksonville should be able to repeal laws passed by the City Council that are unjust?

Take A Knee, Player

Take a little trip to Valley Forge, PA in January. If you don't know where that is, just Google it from the sidelines. Hold...

Should Christians Give Up on President Trump?

August 25th, 2017 [President of Intercessors Of America, David Kubal] was recently involved in a heated conversation on Facebook between Christians who are angry with President Trump and those who defend him. Most of us have heard, or taken part in, similar conversations. As I have reflected on and prayed about what is going on in America, I have one point and two questions.

Florida’s Catholic Bishops Mark 44th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade with Joint Statement

Mourning the millions of lives lost to abortion since the January 22, 1973, U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, the bishops of Florida remain committed to the promotion of public policies that defend the sanctity of life. The bishops are hopeful that proposals at both the federal and state levels will protect babies in the womb, promote the dignity of parents, and preserve conscience protections for health care workers and taxpayers.

Amendment 2 – Concerns to Weigh Before Voting

On Election Day, Floridians will vote on an amendment to the Florida Constitution that would allow the "use of marijuana for debilitating medical conditions."...