Peter Heck is an author, speaker, and teacher from Kokomo, Indiana. An author of nine books, Peter's opinions have been published in The Washington Times, Washington Post, USA Today, and on CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News.
Christians made a bargain in 2016, and it’s actually paid off.
I know the temptation and tendency to point and gawk at the train wreck happening within the controversial Conway family. Kellyanne was an extraordinarily successful political strategist who essentially managed to do the impossible – coordinate a winning presidential campaign for one of the most unpredictable candidates in U.S. history. George was a marginally successful …
There was a feeling I just couldn’t get over as I watched the vice-presidential debate last week. I was glad to see I wasn’t alone: It’s true that I think Mike Pence is a poised politician with a calm, reassuring demeanor. To be fair, a large part of that has to do with the fact …
Will the same rules from last week apply to Democrat senators?
When it comes to the human rights of children deemed inconvenient or unwanted, Joe Biden is not just an unacceptable option, he’s no option at all.
I don’t get the unhinged response to his recent “don’t be afraid of coronavirus” video to the American people.
“Somehow, it was worse than expected.”