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» 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
» 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
    Social Issues
» Treasures In Sinland
       by Paul Proctor
       One of my readers ended an email message to me the other day with: "Do you ever write anything positive?" The funny thing was; it happened to be someone who generally supported my views until I unwittingly smashed an idol of his in a recent... read more
    August 25, 2006
    Christian Living
» Pooped
       by Marsha Jordan
       Yesterday was one of those days. I was so pooped that I struggled to sit upright at the dining room table. It took extreme effort to hold my head up out of the soup bowl. Days like that are common for me because I have a connective tissue disease tha... read more
    August 24, 2006
    Christian Living
» Worst-Case Scenario
       by Jane Jimenez
       This is the time of year when students head off to school. From kindergarten through college, anxious parents wave goodbye to their children as they relinquish the ever-watchful parent control and trust the fate of their children to outside forces. T... read more
    August 24, 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
    Social Issues
» 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
    Social Issues
» 'Red-Letter Christians' and Their Dangerous Omissions
       by Matt Friedeman
       Note to self: Here lies a lesson on how really bad ideas get started. Tony Campolo, eager to promote the Evangelical Left's newest movement -- "Red-Letter Christianity" -- writes that the label comes from ... "A secular Jewish Country-... read more
    August 22, 2006
    Christian Living
» A Political Problem in Aisle 5
       by Nathan Tabor
       As anyone who lives in the 'burbs knows, the all-American pastime on Saturdays isn't necessarily a trip to the baseball diamond. For many of us, it's a trip to the local Wal-Mart. This is particularly true as the back-to-school season is in full swin... read more
    August 21, 2006
» Life In The Manure Pile
       by Marsha Jordan
       The husband once aspired to be a self-sufficient, back-to-the-land pioneer. He bought a windmill, oil lamps, beehives, and a couple of pigs, which we named Lois Lane and Clark Kent. This dirty duo caused me headaches from the day we took them home. W... read more
    August 18, 2006
    Christian Living
» 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
    Social Issues
» 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
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