Duane Collins

Bixby, OK

Letter to the editor: Obama wants a one-world government


EndTime Ministries reports that President Obama was promoting the idea of a one-world government in his speech to the United Nations this month.  Here are some excerpts from Obama’s speech: “I believe America has been a rare superpower in human history insofar as it has been willing to think beyond narrow self-interest; that while we’ve […]

Letter to the editor: Tim Kaine predicts pro-abortion stance


The Democrat Party’s pick for vice president, Tim Kaine, says he believes the Roman Catholic Church may change its opposition to gay marriage.  He is a devout Roman Catholic, and he told the attendees at a Human Rights Campaign national dinner Saturday in Washington that he had changed his mind about gay marriage and that […]

Letter to the editor: Gun rights and the U.S. Constitution


At first pass, it seems reasonable to deny gun ownership to any person who is listed on the government’s “Terror Watch List” or “No-Fly List.” But, you begin to wonder: “Who decides what names should go on these lists?  And, upon what evidence is this decision made?  And who corroborates this evidence.” We must not […]

Letter to the editor: Feds defying common sense


U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told reporters recently, “The Justice Department has ruled that North Carolina’s state law requiring ‘all people’ to use the restroom that corresponds with their sex at birth violates the U.S. Civil Rights Act and Title IX.”  As a result, the Department of Justice is filing a federal civil rights lawsuit […]

Letter to the editor: Detroit and public education problems


All but three of Detroit’s ninety-seven public schools were closed again last month because 1,500 teachers called in sick.  The teachers are protesting the fact that Detroit may only have enough money to pay them through June 30.  Most teachers elect to receive their paychecks year-round, even though they only work nine months. The teacher’s […]

Letter to the editor: People are speaking but who listens?


The people are speaking . . . but I am not sure all of you are listening. We are tired of the corruption, collusion, fraud and waste of taxpayer funds in federal, state, county and city governments. It seems that even people with good intentions, once they get elected, tend to take the path of […]

Letter to the editor: Prophecy unfolds


Russian President Vladimir Putin and Jordanian King Abdullah have set up a war room in Jordan which they will share as they conduct military operations in Syria. This represents an extreme reversal of Jordan’s policy.  Until now, Jordan fought against Russia’s protege Bashar Assad from a joint war room north of Amman called the U.S. […]

Letter to the editor: Don’t free terrorists


President Barack Obama is determined to release all radical Islamic terrorists that are being held in Guantanamo Prison.  This should be of grave concern to all American citizens for the following reasons: We are still at war with radical Islamic terrorists, even though President Obama refuses to admit it to the American people. Prisoners of […]

Letter to the editor: Yale Law School embraces Islam


CBN News reported that the Yale Law School is sending a booklet entitled, “Reading the Koran as a Law Book” to some of its alumni. Evangelist Pat Robertson was one of the alumni who received the unsolicited booklet and he was shocked.  Robertson said he did not request the booklet. The booklet is from a […]

Letter to the editor: America must get right with God


The first line of the Star-Spangled Banner is, “O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hail’d at the twilight’s last gleaming.” This was written in 1814 by Francis Scott Key after witnessing the British attack on Baltimore during the War of 1812.  The war ended on February 18, […]