Pat assesses the status of Christianity in the world today and outlines the political goals of people of faith.
Pat refutes an article on the MSNBC Web site. "Since we can never rely on the liberal media to tell the truth, I am including my speech at Houston on my Web site for the record."
Pat celebrates the shared
heritage of Christianity and Judaism and argues
that a Palestinian state would mean the destruction
Pat traces the roots of
terrorism in the tenets of Islam.
He proposes a strategy for overcoming terrorism
and predicts ultimate victory.
Pat notes this country's
foundation in Jeffersonian ideals and calls for
a recommitment to these God-given liberties.
Pat calls for a united front in facing America's problems and announces his willingness to run for President of the United States.
Pat Robertson shares his vision for America as he endorses former opponent George Bush for president of the United States at the 1988 Republican National Convention.
America is experiencing
unequaled economic prosperity, but is failing
morally. Elected leaders need to be bolder in
speaking out on America's moral decline.
Pat Robertson analyzes
the balance of powers in national government and
calls for a restoration of congressional authority,
states rights, and public morality.