Susan D. Harris column
Susan D. Harris holds a degree in Telecommunications – Radio and Television Broadcasting, with a minor in Journalism. She formerly worked as a newspaper reporter and has written for various newspapers and magazines. Additionally, she studied theater on scholarship in London’s West End, the National Theater, and Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. She can be reached at

Lindsey Graham wants Lauren Boebert to ‘shut up’ about Afghanistan dead
Susan D. Harris
March 2, 2022

Sixty-six year old Sen. Lindsey Graham doesn’t approve of the puppies yelping. A camera close-up during the State of the Union showed Graham mouthing what . . .

How the gods of globalism slit the throat of assimilation
Susan D. Harris
April 16, 2018

The multiculturalist army, the interfaith fighters and the soldiers of diversity have been an unchecked scourge; slitting the throat of assimilation in every . . .

The tumultuous effect of the LGBT agenda on one young mind
Susan D. Harris
April 3, 2018

Sometimes something as mundane as a visit to a drive-through can leave your head splitting from an overdose of culture shock. No matter which way you turn . . .

A dead nun, Katy Perry, and a humanist social experiment gone awry
Susan D. Harris
March 19, 2018

A nun involved in a years-long legal dispute with pop star Katy Perry over a sprawling 8-acre former convent died in court Friday[.] According to a 2002 BBC . . .

On finding warnings for America from Rev. Billy Graham
Susan D. Harris
February 26, 2018

(Previously published in American Thinker) The old dresser holds my prized possessions; no jewels or money or a key to a safe deposit box...just simple . . .

Groomed for paradise or WWIII? The race for the Red Sea
Susan D. Harris
January 13, 2018

While many consider Jerusalem the center of the world, the Red Sea might easily claim the title for second place as countries from around the world are . . .

Snobs beware: I'm cranking Carmen in my ten-year-old Ford
Susan D. Harris
August 30, 2017

Instead of pulling an Elvis and shooting my TV, I sought relaxation and diversion in classical music. Eventually I even learned to appreciate opera more than I . . .

Itching for a fight: America under siege before Charlottesville
Susan D. Harris
August 21, 2017

Long before talk of KKK and neo-Nazis came to Charlottesville, VA, large fights were leaving cities across America battered and bruised. Spring and summer of 2 . . .

Sabotage and destruction: from my house to the White House
Susan D. Harris
August 17, 2017

There was a time when America wasn't quite so evil; a time when very few people would boldly lie or sabotage someone else's work or destroy a career. Now it . . .

Western media eliminating "Temple Mount"
Susan D. Harris
August 6, 2017

There is a subtle repositioning in process by the mainstream media to influence the way people think – or don't think – about the Temple Mount. In . . .

Three who kept the communists at bay in popular culture
Susan D. Harris
April 6, 2017

When I was young, there were three people of import who held me spellbound when they spoke: William F. Buckley Jr., Reverend Billy Graham, and Venerable Bishop . . .

My promise to Daddy
Susan D. Harris
June 21, 2016

Daddy died in January. For eight long years he struggled with Alzheimer's. My mother and I struggled as well, myself the most. My mother being too disabled . . .

It's the little things: Remembering Western Civilization
Susan D. Harris
April 13, 2016

Classical music is a pinnacle of Western Civilization that always evokes in me a feeling of prideful human achievement. Now, however, seeing Western . . .

Serbia, Hungary, Austria, and Germany: What's wrong with this picture?
Susan D. Harris
September 12, 2015

How ironic is it that Austria and Germany – countries that saw a mass exodus of Jewish refugees in the 20th Century – are now the largest importers . . .

For God or country? Imprisoning Christians in America
Susan D. Harris
September 6, 2015

This is what America has been reduced to by those who hate her: A woman crying on a witness stand defending her religious conviction that marriage is between . . .

So let me get this straight: hackers vs. cheaters
Susan D. Harris
August 27, 2015

Worse than finding out that Canadian-based, extra-marital cheating website Ashley Madison had been hacked, was learning that nearly 40 million people had . . .

Preterists in sheep's clothing: the growing plague of end times deception
Susan D. Harris
August 20, 2015

"If you want to find out if someone understands Scripture correctly, ask them if they think Israel has a right to the land." In the 1980's, when Hal Lindsey . . .

Is Illuminati obsession overshadowing Jesus Christ?
Susan D. Harris
July 29, 2015

Conspiracies exist. Ever since the serpent started chatting up Eve in the Garden of Eden, evil people have been conspiring against someone, somewhere. Evidence . . .

Destroying America 101: the blueprint exists
Susan D. Harris
July 3, 2015

I believe there is a plan for destroying America, that it exists on paper, and that thousands of people are involved in executing it. Many are doing it . . .

Kurdish singer delivers one-woman counter-offensive against ISIS
Susan D. Harris
June 21, 2015

When I saw there was an "anti-ISIS pop music video" on the internet, I immediately wondered what courageous American entertainer had finally broken the . . .

If you want a national discussion on race, the truth isn't going to be pretty
Susan D. Harris
June 2, 2015

The hometown of my youth, like so many small towns in the Northeast during the 1970's, contained a handful of black families. A little black girl sat with me on . . .

Twitter spreading Islam like a snowball headed for hell -- will the real #Jesus please stand up?
Susan D. Harris
May 27, 2015

Muslims are reeling in converts using Jesus like a worm on a bait hook. Hiding behind hashtags like #Christ, #Christians, #Jesus and #Mary, they lure the . . .

Need prayer? Google takes you to the nearest mosque
Susan D. Harris
May 10, 2015

Thursday was the National Day of Prayer. If you were looking for prayer events in your area, you might have used a search engine to look for service times. If . . .

Marching into hell: a blunt message to the young people of America
Susan D. Harris
April 26, 2015

When I was your age I was following orders. I had to follow orders or men would die; and I watched men die. I watched men take their last breaths on sandy . . .

Imprisonment and torture continue while Obama throws bones of appeasement
Susan D. Harris
April 9, 2015

"We should stop being bashful and letting ourselves be kicked around by third-rate countries." Rep. Larry J. Hopkins, R-KY, speaking on the Iranian hostage . . .

On a lighter note: God and the mouse scream
Susan D. Harris
April 2, 2015

I consider myself a calm, rational person... a Renaissance woman in my own mind. I don't mind working on my own car and getting some oil or grease up to my . . .

America 2025: will this be our reality?
Susan D. Harris
March 11, 2015

Note: The author has framed this in the context of a diary entry in the year 2025. We're living off-grid in a hidden community in Idaho. We're Christians and . . .

A modern Christmas carol: A shaken world struggles its way to the manger
Susan D. Harris
December 13, 2014

"Something begins, begins; Starlit and sunlit, something walks abroad In flesh and spirit and fire. Something is loosed to change the shaken world." ~ . . .

Coalmine canary of cultural decay: the death of poetry
Susan D. Harris
November 3, 2014

Poetry as enjoyment for the masses is dead, and it will likely have a poorly written epitaph if modern poets have their say. I'm sure many people will be . . .

The United States of America -- the most radical concept in the history of the world
Susan D. Harris
August 2, 2014

I'm sick of seeing America ridiculed and attacked by every jealous country in the world. I'm tired of people using the freedom of America to spew their hatred . . .

A former senator's prophetic warning to America
Susan D. Harris
July 19, 2014

In a scenario that's been repeated for decades, fresh-faced, dewy-eyed young adults return home from institutions of higher learning transformed like Kafka's . . .

Obama and other dreamers
Susan D. Harris
May 31, 2014

Bringing to mind the movie title, "The Uninvited," President Obama unexpectedly inserted himself into our lives once again when he introduced the History . . .

Soylent Green really is people
Susan D. Harris
March 25, 2014

Imagine it's 2014. Nazi concentration camps whose smokestacks emitted the by-product of incinerated human remains were eradicated more than sixty years before. . . .

The quickening: life in the 21st century
Susan D. Harris
March 5, 2014

And what rough beast, its hour come at last, Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born? (The Second Coming, William Butler Yeats) Has the "quickening" already . . .

Break out the big, audacious prayers
Susan D. Harris
March 3, 2014

When a Roman centurion came to Jesus asking him to heal his servant (see Matthew 8), the centurion did not ask Jesus to make his servant comfortable, nor . . .

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