“My message to those in Hollywood right now: We need to break the silence before it’s too late.”
Actress Samaire Armstrong, who appeared in the hit TV show “The O.C.,” came out of the closet as a conservative in Hollywood. She encourages others like her to speak out against the forced conformity and cancel culture that permeates the industry.
Cancel culture and “wokeness” dominate our society. If you disagree with the mob, you can lose your career, opportunities, friends, and family—and the left never forgives. Dennis Prager sits down with some PragerFORCE students to answer questions on how to be bold in a world that forces groupthink.
‘God Tells Us to Love Your Neighbor; Not Cancel Your Neighbor’
As Americans, we take pride in the fact that our forbearers gave their lives for the freedoms we hold dear. As recent events have shown, however, we can’t afford to take those freedoms for granted and assume we won’t have to fight for them here and now. As was made clear during FRC’s Pray Vote Stand broadcast last night, the threats to religious freedom in America are real, but believers must realize that if we step up to the challenge, God will use these trials for His glory, especially when we show grace under fire…
Lifetime TV demanded in February that D. James Kennedy Ministries (DJKM) eliminate all “controversial” content from Truths That Transform, its weekly half-hour Christian broadcast.
Specifically, Lifetime announced it would no longer air programming that addressed abortion or Left-wing financier George Soros. And it refused to carry any DJKM programming—even broadcasts celebrating George Washington—unless the media ministry founded in 1974 agreed to Lifetime’s sweeping new conditions.
“Because of Lifetime’s newfound ban on so-called ‘controversial’ content, D. James Kennedy Ministries has been forced off the cable channel—to which we have paid enormous fees since 2018 to air our program,” said Frank Wright, Ph.D., DJKM President, and CEO…
The sheer audacity, arrogance, and dare I say stupidity of these folks is overwhelming. Of course the historical figures they are disparaging and we do not pure lives like them.
San Francisco School Board Cancels Lincoln, Washington for ‘Dishonorable’ Legacies
A committee determined that Lincoln and dozens of other historical figures “lived a life so stained with racism, oppression or human rights violations, they do not deserve to have their name on a school,”…
Free speech isn't really free in America unless it fits the left's agenda. Just read about what' happening to one company and their CEO.
Woke Companies Try to Smother MyPillow
If the cancel culture thought they’d have a pushover in Mike Lindell, they were mistaken. The MyPillow founder has never lost any sleep over the Left’s attacks — and he doesn’t plan to start now. When a handful of companies decided to drop the popular line over Mike’s concerns over the 2020 election, he wasn’t rattled. He just vowed to stand taller for any business who might be next…
In this 3 Part series (so far at least) Dr. Tom Nettles, uses his over 40 years experience as a historical theologian to look at the current cultural trend of the “Cancel Culture.” He does so from a Biblical and SBC point of view, I feel pointing out the unbiblical and dangerous path this is leading the Nation and many evangelical down. – Mike
There is One Lawgiver: Reflections on the Cancel Culture
The suggestion has been made that we should say farewell to Jonathan Edwards in light of his having purchased a slave named Venus. A serious call also has been issued to remove memorabilia of James P. Boyce and the three men who helped found the first Southern Baptist Seminary. Those suggestions prompted a line of thought about our aptitude to dismiss the value of brothers and sisters in Christ.
It is not very easy—in fact, it is not possible—to say “farewell” to any person in the history of the world. God has created them all and each will have an eternity immediately proceeding from God’s judgment—his perfectly impartial, absolutely just judgment in which every mouth will be stopped and the whole world held guilty before God (Romans 3:19, 23). Only those who by faith have been united with Jesus Christ in his perfect righteousness culminating in his propitiatory death will be granted, by grace, eternal life. The rest will depart into eternal torment with the devil and his angels. Seeing that an eternity awaits every person in which each will be a vessel of glory either of justice and wrath or justice and grace, we cannot wish them away. Seeing that in sin there is no difference, we cannot point to others and imply by our attempt to dismiss them, “I am better than they.”…