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D.T. Osborn

I am a retired pastor and freelance writer. I have been married to my bride, Linda, for 34 amazing years. We have two children, a son Thomas, and a daughter Rebecca. I strive to be the best husband, father, writer and servant of my LORD Jesus possible. I write about all kinds of subjects with a continuing interest in religion, politics, science, culture and sports.

    The Long and Short of Cultural Change [Video]

    Leftist culture

    There is little doubt that Western culture is in desperate straights today. The assault of the Left on multiple fronts pushes hard at the traditions and values that conservatives hold dear and are necessary to the existence of Western civilization itself, and it is no understatement to say that the Left and Right are at war for the soul of the Western world.

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    March Madness Is Upon Us, Thank Goodness!

    NCAA March Madness 2019

    The 2019 edition of what is my personal favorite sports event is upon us! The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is the most enjoyable of team sports playoffs to watch, in my considered opinion. I must admit bias here. Basketball was the only team sport I played on an organized level and was my first love as a youth. I became far more serious and competed on the professional level in […]

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    Transgender Tyranny Is Here

    Transgenderism

    This journal has chronicled the devastating and dangerous movement to enshrine “transgenderism” as a basic human right on several occasions. In the past few years, advocates of this reality-denying cult have begun to quietly manipulate the legal system to their ends, especially concerning what can only be called forced transitioning of young children. 

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    Intentional Immigration Ignorance, Part Two: A Wall Is Not Enough [Video]

    In part one we saw that building a physical barrier on America’s southern border is a wise and moral action to confront the invasion of illegal aliens into the country. However, though it is wise and moral, building a border wall, even a wall that completely halted illegal entry, would not be enough. There are two additional measures that must be taken to halt the illegal immigration threat. Moreover, they […]

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    Intentional Immigration Ignorance from the Left, Part One [Video]

    Border Wall

    I must admit rarely visit Twitter these days except to post. I prefer sites with less censorship of conservative views in particular. However, my account lives and I monitor it occasionally to keep tabs on friends and foes alike. I think of it as using the enemy to better know the enemy. A particular post caught my attention recently dealing with the subject of the fight over a border wall […]

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    Two ‘Newbies’ in the House: A Comparative Assessment [Video]

    AOC and Dan Crenshaw

    The current crop of freshmen Representatives in the U.S. Congress feature some colorful personalities as well as diverse perspectives. Admittedly, the Democratic newbies have gotten the most attention because of radical statements, policy proposals, and controversies. However, there is one Republican rookie who has been turning heads, Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw. It might be illuminating to assess this GOP rising star in comparison with the Left’s most meteoric House member, […]

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    Where Are The Real Hate Crimes? [Video]

    hate crime hoaxes

    The public in America, and wherever the American mainstream media extends its reach, have recently been subjected to a multitude of what are false ‘hate crimes,’ the latest of which is the Jussie Smollett debacle. The details of that particular hoax are well-known and will not be recounted here.

    However, there are quite a few other relatively recent examples of alleged hate crimes which have also been shown to be false. To clarify, all of these examples have happened since President Trump was elected in 2016.

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