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Jonathan Wakefield is a political independent and the author of SAVING AMERICA: A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE ON THE TEA PARTY MOVEMENT, and the novel FATAL REALITY (an inspirational thriller). Jonathan is also an information technology specialist and the owner of a copywriting and editing business. Visit his other website at www.jonathanwakefield.com.

I Share Sonnie Johnson’s Reaction About Obamacare Advocates Doing “God’s Work”

I Share Sonnie Johnson’s Reaction About Obamacare Advocates Doing “God’s Work”

Recently, President Obama told his supporters advancing the cause of Obamacare that they are doing “God’s work.” It will surprise exactly zero of you that I wholeheartedly disagree that a government program eliminating health care options for struggling Americans, dramatically increasing their costs, reducing wages and the workforce, and forcing more people to depend on […]

My Interview on “The Exceptional Conservative Show”

My Interview on “The Exceptional Conservative Show”

Last night, Ken McClenton interviewed me on “The Exceptional Conservative Show.” As always, we had a lively discussion, and I appreciated the opportunity to ramble about my passions. We mainly focused the recent article I wrote about my experience as part of a transracial family in America since adopting a child from Ethiopia, but, of course, […]

A Creative Comparison

A Creative Comparison

As a Christian with a degree in Biology, the debate on intelligent design has always fascinated me. And in light of this debate grabbing so many headlines recently — driven by Ken Ham and Bill Nye’s face-off – I thought I would post a simple article I wrote some time ago about this topic. Check it […]

Jesus’ Response to Income Inequality

Jesus’ Response to Income Inequality

President Obama and Democrats are talking about “income inequality” a lot these days, presumably setting up the 2014 midterm elections to hinge on that issue. “Republicans are mean, want you poor, and your kids to eat cat food.” Or something like that. Now, I’m not here to defend the Republicans (I’m not one anyway), but I […]

What Adopting a Child from Africa Taught Me about America

What Adopting a Child from Africa Taught Me about America

Below is an article I wrote originally published here by American Thinker. —- About a year and a half ago, my wife and I flew to Ethiopia and returned to America with our newly adopted son, Amare — the only black member of our now family of five.  We expected his new brothers and extended family, […]

Can an Economics Professor Teach the House Majority Leader a Political Lesson?

Can an Economics Professor Teach the House Majority Leader a Political Lesson?

The Tea Party exists because of politicians like Eric Cantor. But now we have a chance to finally dispatch of the House Majority Leader, who has done little to stop the big-government steamroller in Washington—and has often been one of its drivers. Dr. Dave Brat—chairman of the Department of Economics and Business at Randolph-Macon College—aims […]

My Remarks to the Richmond GOP

My Remarks to the Richmond GOP

The Richmond, VA GOP was gracious enough to ask me to speak at their meeting on Tuesday, May 26th. Copied below is the text of the speech.* —- Obviously, I am a Christian. My faith drives everything I do. I do believe the Bible is the Word of God given directly to us. But I’m […]

Interview on Exceptional Conservative

Interview on Exceptional Conservative

Recently I interviewed with Ken McClenton of “The Exceptional Conservative” radio show, discussing faith, politics, and the Tea Party. We had a great talk. You can listen to the entire interview here.

Vote for My Book!

Vote for My Book!

My latest book, Saving America: A Christian Perspective of the Tea Party Movement, is nominated for Christian Small Publishers Association 2013 book of the year in the Non-Fiction – Christian Living category. If you feel like showing me some love with a vote, you can do so here.

Bishop Jackson Rocks the House at Trinity Lutheran Church in Richmond

Bishop Jackson Rocks the House at Trinity Lutheran Church in Richmond

On October 23, 2012, I had the pleasure of attending an event at Trinity Lutheran Church where Bishop E.W. Jackson spoke to a packed house on the Christian duty to be engaged in the political process. Bishop Jackson is a pastor who runs the organization STAND (Staying True to America’s Destiny) and has recently made […]

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I Share Sonnie Johnson’s Reaction About Obamacare Advocates Doing “God’s Work”

Recently, President Obama told his supporters advancing the cause of Obamacare that they are doing “God’s work.” It will surprise exactly zero of you that I wholeheartedly disagree that a government program eliminating health care options for struggling Americans, dramatically increasing their costs, reducing wages and the workforce, and forcing more people to depend on […]