Jim Wagner column
Jim Wagner
Jim Wagner is a retired businessman and freelance writer. His degree is in Psychology with a minor in English from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, where he lived, worked, farmed and studied for nine years after his repudiation of the Vietnam War.

His profound concern for matters of good and evil in the world and in the workings of politics, the justice system and religion was forged and tempered during his six years as owner and administrator of a group home for delinquent boys in southern CA.

His passion for freedom and love of the outdoors took him to NW Montana where he has enjoyed thirty years of hunting, fishing and horse packing into the wilds.

He and his wife Betty have two sons and six grandchildren who are his joy and the impetus for his desire to return America's culture to God and honor.


Trump's immigration order and the courts
Jim Wagner
February 15, 2017

I am dismayed at the lack of legal insight exhibited by the vast majority of commentators in their examination of President's Trump's executive order . . .


The lesson of two evils
Jim Wagner
October 26, 2016

Over the course of this election cycle we Americans seem to have entirely lost our reason. For example, in the face of a deluge of emails which reveal deep . . .


Reality as hoax
Jim Wagner
June 18, 2016

In the denouement of the tragic gay massacre in Orlando, a friend sent me three questions that he said were provoked by Dennis Prager's observation of an . . .


Hashtag Never Moloch
Jim Wagner
May 25, 2016

Denis Prager has recently offered what seems to me a startlingly clear-headed perspective on the "Never Trump" mantra. http://townhall.com/columnists/ . . .


Refugees or invaders?
Jim Wagner
November 24, 2015

Sometimes I'm slow to understand the motives behind our government's foreign policy. So perhaps someone can answer me this. Obama is now chastising those of . . .


You choose!
Jim Wagner
July 30, 2015

I write this, my friends and brothers in Christ, with a heavy heart. The first image below represents, in my view, the darkest day in the life of my Church.  . . .


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