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» Yoko Ono Knows No Peace
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Recently I overheard an acquaintance, who happened to be a pop music enthusiast, assert that there was not a person alive who disliked The Beatles. "Reed, do you like The Beatles?" he tried to confirm. "Absolutely not," I replied,... read more
    November 1, 2007
    Christian Living
» Is Lutheran Polemicist Falling For The Early Marriage Racket?
       by Frederick Meekins
       Despite their inherent stuffiness, one does not usually have to worry about conservative Lutherans such as those in the Missouri Synod falling for too many of the fads constantly popping up in the contemporary Protestant world. Though conducted in th... read more
    October 22, 2007
    Christian Living
» Can Children Recover from Their Parents' Divorce
       by Tricia Cunningham
       A middle aged dad called me one day and asked if I could see his two young boys for counseling. One was five and the other was three, almost four. Their mom had been involved in an affair with the school P.E. coach, and had decided to marry him. The ... read more
    October 22, 2007
    Christian Living
» Why Shouldn't Hungerstrikers Be Allowed To Starve?
       by Frederick Meekins
       Often in the attempt to get their way, children threaten to hold their breath or refuse to eat until their parents agree to meet their demands. Usually, nothing much comes of it as most youngsters don't have the will to resist the sway of their base ... read more
    October 5, 2007
    Social Issues
» Common Era and the Culture War
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Powerful anti-Christian forces have so entrenched themselves in every aspect of American culture, that it is nearly impossible for Christian families to engage in anything worthwhile without being barraged by relentless and malicious efforts to coron... read more
    September 10, 2007
    Christian Living
» They Don't Cast Space Tyrants Like They Use To
       by Frederick Meekins
       As a narrative form driven considerably by adversarial conflict, in science fiction a good story must have a villain just as interesting (sometimes even more so) than the primary hero or protagonist. As one of the archetypes from which much popular &... read more
    September 10, 2007
» Census Bureau Pimps Turn The American People Into Information Whores
       by Frederick Meekins
       With all the fuss made over the 300 millionth American, the U.S. Census Bureau enjoyed an unaccustomed moment in the limelight as the work done by this government agency is seldom considered glamorous enough to warrant much coverage in the media. Art... read more
    August 29, 2007
    Christian Living
» Pardon Me, But Is There Something Missing?
       by Dennis Daily
       Recently I have discovered the do-it-yourself video Web site Even though, like much of the Internet, there is a lot of junk there, I found that many substantial and even religious things ARE available on the site, amid the bad home v... read more
    August 5, 2007
    Christian Living
» Pets are People Too, Right
       by Daniel Lapin
       A baby llama joined the Lapin family a while back. He was a gorgeous honey white animal with big brown eyes. The children named him Llucky and petitioned my wife and me to modify the spelling of our name to Llapin. He slept outside on a bed of straw ... read more
    August 5, 2007
    Christian Living
» One Nation Under Fill-in-the-Blank
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Amidst constant ongoing efforts to erase all mentions of God from our national and public life, conservative do-gooders stand up to defend acknowledgements of God wherever and whenever they can. When liberal secularists seek to kick God and the Ten C... read more
    August 5, 2007
» Harry, Here Is a Name That You Can Invoke to Drive Out the Darkness
       by Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher of MOVIEGUIDEĀ®
       Much of the latest HARRY POTTER movie involves the heroes trying to learn the right way to say the right name or incantation to fight the forces of darkness. To help them out, here is an article for a chapter that I wrote about the name above all nam... read more
    July 30, 2007
» Dark Ages Of Broadcasting Looms On The Horizon
       by Frederick Meekins
       Don Imus' comments that the Rutger's ladies basketball team were a bunch of tattooed nappy-headed hoes might not have been the kindest thing to say about these athletes, though one must note the claim has not been entirely refuted as interestingly in... read more
    July 18, 2007
    Social Issues
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