Clinton strong on Benghazi

Hillary Clinton and liberals were right about the Benghazi committee. The outcome of the 17-month long witch trial driven by conservatives and the Republican Party has shown one thing and one thing only; Hillary Clinton would make an excellent commander in chief. In the weeks preceding the hearing, both left-wing and right-wing pundits battled it […]

Day of Common Learning: Bringing justice to bear

Christians are called to love their neighbors and, according to Lisa Slavovsky, their neighbors are anyone that is in need of help. “It’s the global church who are uniquely equipped to bring justice to bear on the earth,” Slavovsky said. Slavovsky is International Justice Mission’s director of aftercare and this year’s Day of Common Learning […]

Exodus of historic magnitude: Professors talk refugee crisis

Kathleen Braden witnessed firsthand the plight of Syrian and Afghanistan refugees while attending a summer conference in Hungary. “It wasn’t just a few hundred people,” Braden, professor of geography at Seattle Pacific University, says. “It was thousands of people. It was just overwhelming. I’ve never seen anything like it.” Braden’s hotel was only a short […]