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More David Limbaugh Articles

  • Christianity grounded in the historical fact of the resurrection

    Jesus' apostles and other disciples were willing to die for him. But so what?

  • Why I wrote 'Jesus on Trial'

    It is on Christian apologetics, which means it defends the Christian faith and its truth claims, but it also includes my personal journey from skeptic to believer and a discussion of basic Christian doctrine.

  • Obama doesn't fully grasp the threat of ISIS

    Obama appears to have a remarkable naivete concerning evil in the world. As low as his boiling point is concerning conservative opposition to his agenda, he seems not to have one for Islamic terrorism.

  • Obama about to fire his smoking gun again

    Despite fears of some establishment Republicans, I choose to believe that if Obama makes good on his threat, there will be electoral hell for Democrats to pay in November -- not Republicans.

  • War on Christianity still alive and well in America

    I filled an entire book with examples of discrimination against Christians in this country about a decade ago, and since then, there has been little or no abatement of this practice.

  • Every honorable citizen must condemn the partisan indictment of Rick Perry

    Even certain high-profile liberals, including former Obama presidential adviser David Axelrod and writer Jonathan Chait, have expressed their incredulity at this bizarre indictment.

  • Obama's incomprehensible Iraq policy not so incomprehensible

    When asked whether I believe that those who supported George W. Bush's decision to attack Iraq should feel remorse, I said "no," with some qualifications.

  • Fact-challenged and extreme? Do you really want to go there, Mr. President?

    President Obama blames extreme and reality-challenged politicians for government's failures. He's right, but the problem isn't Republicans.

  • Compromise with Obama? Surely you jest!

    Most people who tout compromise and bipartisanship as wonderful goals in general are liberals, people who think like liberals or those not particularly on top of politics.

  • President Obama's unprecedented impeachment dare

    President Obama is not only not the uniter he promised to be; he is the agitator in chief. Just consider the contrast with President George W. Bush, who didn't even defend himself often, much less deride, needle and dare Democrats to oppose him.



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