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Social Issues - Latest Columns, Page 6
» 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
» School Meal Program Causes Imbalance In Delicate Family Ecology
       by Frederick Meekins
       From ecology, it has been learned that a complex interplay of factors and forces results in the balance of nature that environmentalists insist can be easily thrown out of whack should any one of these readings stray too far from the optimal norms. A... read more
    July 19, 2006
» How Young Is Too Young?
       by Jane Jimenez
       I think she still holds it against me. As a teen today, it's absolutely ludicrous to think that my niece Katie needs to hold my hand while crossing the street. But way back when, when Katie was just three, our battle of wills produced fierce tears. O... read more
    July 13, 2006
» Out-of-Bounds Campus Drinking
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       In his book Dying to Drink, Henry Wechsler, director of the Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol Study, quoted a law school student: "In the university, we have entire generations that are learning to consume alcohol in an institution... read more
    July 7, 2006
» UnChristian Calling
       by Nathan Tabor
       It's bad enough that, in many places, Sunday is just another day in the work world. People rush to their jobs at the mall, at the restaurant, even at the bar-never stopping to think that even their Creator took a day off once in a while. You would th... read more
    July 5, 2006
» Have We Lost the Culture War?
       by Joe Murray
       It's a story we have heard all too often. Girl goes to school. Girl studies extremely hard. Girl becomes valedictorian of her class. Girl asked to address her classmates at her graduation ceremony. Girl wants to thank her family and her friends. Girl... read more
    July 4, 2006
» Guilty Until Proven Innocent
       by Frederick Meekins
       In the commonwealth where Patrick Henry intoned, "Give me liberty or give me death" there is considerably less liberty to die for. A Virginia law is requiring colleges and universities in the Old Dominion to hand over the names and social s... read more
    July 1, 2006
» America's New Psychobabble
       by Tim Wildmon
       Something I am getting tired of in this country is the denial of truth in the name of sensitivity," I said to my lovely and talented wife Alison the other day while reading the paper. Some people have dubbed this "political correctness.&quo... read more
    June 30, 2006
» Discriminating Against Religion
       by Dinesh D'Souza
       The recent Supreme Court cases involving displays of the Ten Commandments in Texas and Kentucky produced confusing results. The Texas display was upheld and the Kentucky display was rejected. Essentially Texas was successful, and Kentucky not success... read more
    June 28, 2006
» Local Home Depot Employee Foments Linguistic Subversion
       by Frederick Meekins
       Though no doubt irritated by the practice, most Americans pretty much put up with the number of businesses and public utilities providing services in both English and Spanish, often with the interloping tongue regularly showcased as the primary mode ... read more
    June 15, 2006
» Kaiser Embraces Abstinence Education?
       by Jane Jimenez
       Well, maybe the word "embraces" is too strong to describe Kaiser Network's publication of a summary of the recent Washington Times article on sex education. Then again, "embraces abstinence" pretty well sums up the impact of Kaise... read more
    June 8, 2006
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