Elections as Opera

Elections as Opera

by Dr. Ed DeVries There’s an old saying, “The opera isn’t over until the fat lady sings.” If this election year were an opera, Donald Trump’s character would be dead already. There isn’t a single poll that shows him leading rival Joe Biden. But in an election year weeks can seem like months and months can…

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The Incremental Death of the Bill of Rights

The Incremental Death of the Bill of Rights

By V. P. Hughes The ongoing political saga of the Deep State vs. duly elected President Donald J. Trump reveals many acts of unconstitutional behavior in its efforts to undo the 2016 presidential election before the upcoming election of 2020. Aside from the terminally dishonest, most people bewail what has been and continues to be…

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HIDING THE OBVIOUS

HIDING THE OBVIOUS

by Dr. Ed DeVries Congratulations to the author of the recent Baptist News column titled “ERLC, George Soros and the Evangelical Immigration Table.” The Southern Baptist “leadership” — on whose behalf it was written — has done a masterful job of hiding the truth in plain sight. It dismisses recent Breitbart.com reportage exposing the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT) as nothing…

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TIME AND MY FASCINATION WITH IT

TIME AND MY FASCINATION WITH IT

Horology is defined as “the study and measurement of time” and “the art of making clocks and watches.” As TBR Radio personality and amateur horologist Dr. Ed DeVries prepares for the launch of his new horology-themed podcast, which will be made available to our TBR family of readers and listeners at https://barnesreview.org/category/podcast/  he submits this…

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Hitler and Christianity

Hitler and Christianity

In the last issue of TBR (Sept./Oct. 2019), we promised to post the longer version of Dr. Matthew Johnson’s article on “Hitler and Christianity,” which had been edited for length. Here it is: Click here.  

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The Police-State Blues

The Police-State Blues

by Dr. Ed DeVries On Sunday, July 7th, Starbucks issued an official apology because three days earlier, on July 4th, six Tempe, Arizona police officers were asked by a concerned Barista to leave the store because their “presence” was making the store’s patrons feel “unsafe.” As the news of this incident made its way around…

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Consuming Flames or Revival’s Fire?

Consuming Flames or Revival’s Fire?

By Dr. Ed DeVries The May/June issue of TBR Magazine began with my editorial of just less than 600 words on the recent destruction of the iconic Notre Dame de Paris. Originally, I had submitted an article of nearly 1,100 words. Today, while recording what will be my June 24th TBR Radio’s Dixie Heritage Hour…

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Real “Child Separations”

Real “Child Separations”

By Dr. Ed DeVries I live to expose the hypocrisy of the left. As a result, many are angry at me all the time. In the last two months, however, I have genuinely invoked the full-force of their collective wrath. How? By simply using my editorials and radio show to expose the fact that there…

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Baseball and the War Between the States

Baseball and the War Between the States

By Dr. Ed DeVries In 1905 sporting goods entrepreneur Albert Spalding organized a group that he called the Mills Commission and tasked it to determine the origins of the game of baseball. Their conclusion was that Union General Abner Doubleday, who had died 12 years prior, was the game’s inventor. This was based mainly on…

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