September 11, 2001 was a day of change for America. We lost innocence, but possibly we gained some important lessons from the tragedy. Do you remember?
TV newsmagazine Inside Edition’s Lisa Guerrero recently conducted an ambush interview with Texas televangelist Kenneth Copeland. She is wrong.
HONOLULU. On this seventeenth anniversary of September 11, consider this: On that morning, 2,974 people woke up, got out of bed, went about their business and did what they had always done so many times before, not realizing that was their last day. We must, as a nation, remember every 9/11. Each one as important as ...
In the latest celebration of George Orwell, Two Minutes Hate against thought-criminals Jon Tester and James Comey is deferred for the purposes of denouncing Michelle Wolf, a “so-called comedian who wasn’t funny at all” who dared to insult the Trump Administration at the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner.
Since Hiroshima and Nagasaki, nuclear weapons have become so overwhelmingly powerful that aside from picking one’s place of residence carefully, there really is nothing one can do once the missile dogs of World War III are loosed.
Republicans, and evangelicals in particular, have been tolerating far too much cheating and stealing, and they enable far too many who do these days.
Remember Faith does work. But in addition you must always know what you are capable of and the limits that exist on your life.
If there is anything you take away from 9/11, it should be the fact that in an instant, life often is exposed as far shorter and more fragile than we ever imagined it to be.
How many of us are today paralyzed in our health, relationships, marriages, careers, and possibly even our national political condition as a result of guilt?
Conservatism is no longer an intellectual movement. It's an entertainment genre.
Evangelicals are betraying their faith by placing too much faith in Donald Trump.
Viewed through the political wisdom of Election 2016, the Star Wars saga reveals that Emperor Palpatine was actually a great leader who prevented galactic war.
Dr. Danny de Gracia shares five tips to make it through stressful holidays without cracking under pressure.
Declaring God's "anointed" in an election makes a mockery of both the Bible and the American democratic process.
9/11 reminds us of the importance of living a life without regret. The anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001 remind us to always cherish the people in our lives.
Are you a hopeless romantic? There may be hope for you yet! CDN talks with Susan Winter for timely tips on how to get the relationship breakthrough you've been waiting for.
Online clashes over the Democratic and Republican nominees have wrecked Facebook friendships and even drove disagreeing family members to “de-friend” each other.
The presidential race may be the big race, but the the thousands of smaller races that elect our state representatives can be equally if not more important.
Life in "paradise" may actually be a nightmare for many Hawaii residents.
Angry, excluded, and carrying a grudge against the modern world, the Alt-Right plays a significant role in Donald Trump's viral success.