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Guest Writers, Page 4
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» America's Moral Katrina
       by Don Wildmon
       Child pornography arrests have been in the news now nearly every day for the past couple of months. Having been in the battle against pornography for the past 30 years, I cannot remember when there have been so many arrests of individuals charged wit... read more
    October 17, 2006
    Social Issues
» Where Have All the Christians Gone?
       by Joe Murray
       A few weeks ago this author wrote of the importance of Christians exercising their civic duty and voting in local, state and federal elections. Specifically, I wrote: "While it is true that Christians are called to a prayerful life, they are als... read more
    October 4, 2006
    Christian Living
» The Three R's of ABC: Rosie, Radicals & Rantings
       by Joe Murray
       Radical Christianity," opined Rosie O'Donnell, "is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America where we have separation of church and state." And with those few words, this once diva of daytime television unleashed y... read more
    September 21, 2006
    Social Issues
» Fighting for that City on a Hill
       by Joe Murray
       It is written in Proverbs that "[w]hen the righteous increase, the people rejoice, [b]ut when a wicked man rules, people groan." In a day where unborn children are reduced to a personal choice and images of a crucifix dipped in urine substi... read more
    September 8, 2006
    Christian Living
» The Politics of Energy
       by James L. Lambert
       Many of our political leaders in Washington, DC, fail to see the big picture when it comes to sources of energy, energy exploration, and energy conservation in America. Every American needs to come to the awareness that we can no longer continue to d... read more
    September 2, 2006
    Political
» Sweet Home Alabama
       by Joe Murray
       There is an old Aesop's Fable that describes the tale of three tradesmen -- a brick layer, a carpenter, and a currier. These three workers lived together in a great city that bestowed to them a number of benefits. As fate would have it, the great cit... read more
    August 29, 2006
    Political
» 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
    Social Issues
» Signing of Legislation to Federalize Cross Angers Left
       by James L. Lambert
       Stop me if this theme sounds familiar: a liberal journalist in Southern California is ignoring history and the original intent of America's Founding Fathers by asserting that keeping the cross atop La Jolla's Mt. Soledad will somehow violate the Cons... read more
    August 26, 2006
    Political
» A Tale of Two Presidents
       by Joe Murray
       Sadly, sadly, the sun rose," wrote Charles Dickens in A Tale of Two Cities. Dickens continued -- "[i]t rose upon no sadder sight than the man of good abilities and good emotions, incapable of their directed exercise, incapable of his own he... read more
    August 25, 2006
    Political
» Studies Show Entertainment Influences Us
       by Al Menconi
       Earlier this month two major research studies were published that shed light on the dramatic effects of today's entertainment on teenagers. The first was released by the RAND Corporation, an independent research organization that focuses on health ca... read more
    August 17, 2006
    Entertainment
» Elvis Has Left the Building
       by Joe Murray
       Elvis was the King of Rock and Roll," opined 30-year rock critic Dave Marsh, "because he was the embodiment of its sins and virtues, grand and vulgar, rude and elegant, powerful and frustrated, absurdly simple and awesomely complex." M... read more
    August 17, 2006
    Entertainment
» Busted!
       by Ramesh Ponnuru
       Mel Gibson says that he is not an anti-Semite. Even the friendliest observer of his actions must, however, conclude that he has anti-Semitic impulses (among other troubles). His denial of anti-Semitism can be taken in two ways. It might be that his c... read more
    August 11, 2006
    Christian Living
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