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Social Issues - Latest Columns, Page 5
» Call a Spade a Spade
       by Nathan Tabor
       By now, most of you have probably heard about the "crazy" in San Francisco who drove his black Honda SUV into 14 people, killing one. This wasn't an isolated incident last Tuesday, the unfortunates crossing at a single intersection, for ins... read more
    September 6, 2006
» Plan B and American Moral Indifference
       by Dennis E. Green
       There has been talk for years about the "morning after pill" or the "abortion pill". Those who have been following the promotion of Levonorgestrel, or "Plan B", as it is called, aren't very surprised that it has been app... read more
    August 27, 2006
» Elites Endanger Humanities Position Atop The Food Chain
       by Frederick Meekins
       For years, enemies of mankind such as Steve Irwin and Jeff Corwin have duped the American people into believing we have nothing to fear from allowing megafauna to trundle unimpeded across the face of the continent. On these propaganda pieces disguise... read more
    August 25, 2006
» Alcohol and the Mel Gibson Saga
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       Much has been said of late about the Mel Gibson saga, but little has been mentioned about the way the event pertained to beverage alcohol. James B. Butler, executive director for the California Council on Alcohol Problems, has said: "Mel Gibson ... read more
    August 23, 2006
» Sin Management Is Big Business
       by Paul Proctor
       I caught an interesting article last week from that highlighted the frustrations of a disgruntled AIDS activist by the name of Martin Sempa, who was commenting on the absurdity of a recent international AIDS conference held in Toront... read more
    August 23, 2006
» Trendy Village Seeks To Banish The Pleasingly Plump
       by Frederick Meekins
       According to reports, a trendy Chicago suburb voted "the sexiest suburb in America" may be on the verge of banishing from its venues of commerce those not conforming to arbitrarily contrived body aesthetics. Lane Bryant, a retailer known fo... read more
    August 18, 2006
» Morning After Mania
       by Nathan Tabor
       Forget the threat of terrorism...the price of gas...or the struggle for families to make the monthly mortgage payments. No, the issue on the minds of many newspaper editorial writers is whether women can get pills. At a time when some medical experts... read more
    August 14, 2006
» Hey, Everybody, Let's Give Up!
       by Jane Jimenez
       Fifteen people sat around the conference table. Fourteen were educators teaching junior and senior high students about sexual abstinence until marriage. One person, Mr. Boss Man, at the head of the table, was a state leader in charge of setting the e... read more
    August 9, 2006
» Santorum's Surrender?
       by Joe Murray
       The clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy," wrote Sun Tzu, "but does not allow the enemy's will to be imposed on him." As the dust begins to settle on the battlefields that were home to a number of cultural skirmishes concerni... read more
    August 8, 2006
» The Stem Cell Sidestep
       by Joe Murray
       This bill," bellowed President Bush, "would support the taking of innocent human life in the hope of finding medical benefits for others ... [i]t crosses a moral boundary that our decent society needs to respect." And with a sense of m... read more
    August 1, 2006
» North Carolina Judge Lowers Great Moral Standard
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       A sheriff's dispatcher in Pender County, North Carolina, Deborah Hobbs was living with her boyfriend when Sheriff Carson Smith ordered her to marry, move out, or give up her employment. Hobbs decided to quit. Incensed, she said in a statement: "... read more
    July 26, 2006
» Curing a Disease That 'Wasn't'
       by Jane Jimenez
       A bright, bold sweater hangs from the thrift store rack. Beautiful on the hanger, a telltale loose strand of yarn hangs from the hem just under the last bottom bright gold button. At $5.00, the bargain tempts the unwary. But for those who take time t... read more
    July 20, 2006
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