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Bethany Blankley's articles and columns are published by national news outlets and she contributes political analysis on national television and radio broadcasts. Her perspective is informed by nearly twenty years of working for elected officials and non-profit organizations, engaging with the public and the media about sociopolitical, religious, and cultural issues. An Independent Conservative, she supports a substantial overhaul of all three branches of government, that American citizens should receive the same benefits as those who are supposed to be serving them, and that fiscal policy be prioritized to improve America's socio-economic crisis before another penny is sent abroad. She is a political analyst for Fox News Radio and her columns primarily focusing on religious freedom are published by Patheos at Hedgerow.

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    The Untold Story of Garland Texas and Media Tolerance of Gender Violence

    Two separate but related events held at Garland, Texas Independent School District’s Curtis Culwell Center evidence media coverage that selectively expresses tolerance of sexism, gender violence and hate crimes. Culwell Center first hosted on January 17th Sound Vision Foundation’s Stand with the Prophet, which it stated was more than an event. It was “A movement to defend the Prophet Muhammad, his person, and his message” | Read More »

    Is Oprah Teaching Subud?

    Author, senior editor of Charisma News, and director of Awakening House of Prayer, Jennifer LeClaire rightly identifies Oprah’s recent advocacy of “spirituality” and prayer as deceptive. During Oprah’s recent Stanford University lecture “on a meaningful life,” LeClaire differentiates between prayer within a biblical perspective and something else that incorporates “New Age meditation exercises.” Interestingly, and quite deceptively, Oprah’s all inclusive, interfaith message emphasizing rhythm and | Read More »

    Dogs, Fleas, and Jeb Bush’s Evolution on Marriage

    God is back in the news with marriage and religious freedom debates and the 2016 presidential election underway. The Wall Street Journal first reported in January of a key adviser’s recommendation that Jeb Bush, a possible 2016 Republican presidential nominee, discuss his faith to better identify with white, born-again Christians. The demographic represents the majority of 2012 GOP primary voters (56 percent in Iowa, 64 | Read More »

    The Marriage Conundrum

    Marriage has always been at the center of politics. In most of the world it is used to solve problems—to settle dynastic disputes, to distribute property, or to join one family to another. Within this construct, women in many countries still have no legal right or choice as to whom or when they marry. Historically, the struggle to control marriage has initiated civil wars, deposed | Read More »

    The First Amendment and Shari’a Law

    The diurnal interminable squabbling about First Amendment rights intentionally and ironically ignores the concerted effort to ensure its compliance to Shari’a law. Under the guise of “religious freedom,” Islamic organizations linked to the Muslim Brotherhood such as the Islamic Circle of North America, the Association of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA), and the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) have devoted millions of dollars and | Read More »

    Gay Mafia Attacks Pastors, Ignores Imams calling for their death

    In 2015 America a remnant of faithful Christian pastors, not imams, are being targeted by gay-activists. No Christian pastor I know has ever proclaimed or financially supported the beheading of anyone, let alone gays. The “Gay Mafia,” as Bill Maher calls them, are like fools flouting their own folly. They impose standards (that they don’t follow) solely on Christians through discriminatory legal measures— but completely | Read More »

    Morality According to the 3 Percent, Like Communism, ISIS

    The hullabaloo over false information being propagated about Indiana’s Religious Freedom and Restoration Act (RFRA) reveals a much more serious underlying problem in America. Morality according to the 3 Percent (the gay community in America) is defined by imposing conformity, control, coercion, and oppression over those who disagree with their definition of equality, fairness, tolerance, or even love. The 3 Percent’s “outrage” cannot be about | Read More »

    Parents: Get Rid of Islamic Infiltration by Libya, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia via Common Core in your state

    “Where did Common Core come from?” is a question I often hear from parents in every state I’ve visited as I travel the country speaking about the Islamic infiltration of America. Because in 2014-2015 America, public school students via Common Core are: Public school sponsored trips to mosques via taxpayer expense, girls must wear head scarves (Colorado parents complain), Debating whether or not the Holocaust was | Read More »

    The Betrayal Papers Part III: The Extensive Muslim Brotherhood Network in America, from Common Core, to Amnesty, to Purging the U.S. Military of Christians

    What do Common Core, “comprehensive” immigration reform, and IRS targeting of conservatives groups have in common? They are just a few of many examples of Muslim Brotherhood-connected policy initiatives affecting the lives of Americans every day. Under Obama, many new domestic policies, as well as many scandals, can be traced back to, in varying degrees, the Muslim Brotherhood. To understand why America no longer feels like America – | Read More »

    Congress: Read Article III of the Constitution, It’s Treasonous to Give $12 Billion to Iran, America’s Sworn Enemy

    Congress authorized the State Department to transfer $11.9 billion in cash payments to Iran by June 2015. Transferring any form of aid/comfort to Iran, a sworn enemy of the United States, is a treasonous act. Treason against the United States is defined as 1) “consist[ing] only in levying war against them,” or 2) “in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort.” Some argue | Read More »