Donald Trump does not take black voters and evangelicals for granted

by Jerry Falwell, Jr. and Jack Brewer This article was first published at The Washington Times. Black Americans and evangelical Christians have both played a vital and long-standing role in shaping the culture, society and political landscape of America. This has taken place in completely different political arenas of late, but historically our interests have […]

Iowa voters turn out for Trump

Originally published at The Washington Times (February 7, 2020) Becki and I flew to Iowa this week to serve as surrogates at the Republican caucuses in the Hawkeye state. President Donald Trump’s campaign stationed us at a middle school in the town of Denison, about a two-hour drive west of Des Moines. They booked a room […]

A Unique Tradition That’s Worth Upholding

On Independence Day, we celebrate not only the beginning of our country’s history, but the story behind our shared membership in the American nation — one that the Democrats would prefer that we forget. It is not a time simply to remember the founding, Thomas Jefferson’s immortal words, or the mechanics of how our great […]

Statement on Ralph Northam’s comments regarding infanticide

Jerry Falwell, Jr. President, Liberty University January 31, 2019 Governor Ralph Northam’s comments regarding infanticide on Wednesday are reprehensible. He has shown once again that he is not a Governor for all Virginians—not the pro-life and not the unborn. Such extremism has no place in Virginia or America, where each individual has the right to […]

President Trump frees Pastor Brunson from Turkey, proves liberal media wrong

The decision by Turkish officials to release American pastor Andrew Brunson, who met with President Trump at the White House on Saturday, was welcome news. It was a testament not only to the president’s strength but, more importantly, his strength of heart and character. A Turkish court freed Brunson Friday, after he had been held […]

Manchin must put politics aside and vote yes on Kavanaugh

I met Joe Manchin in 2009 when the Liberty University football team played West Virginia University in Morgantown. It was a cordial meeting and a close game that WVU won. I told the then-Governor how my maternal grandfather grew up in a rural part of Lincoln County in the early 1900s. Today, I want Senator […]

The roots of Donald Trump’s greatness

One hundred years ago today, Donald Trump’s grandfather Frederick died suddenly at the age of 49 — an early victim of what would later be known as the Spanish Flu. The morning before his death he woke up ready to continue his building of the American dream of happiness, family, and financial success. As Gwenda […]