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» 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
    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
» The Man Who Would Be King
       by Paul Proctor
       He was born in an out-of-the-way place, the son of a poor mother and father whom the world would one day call blessed. He arrived challenging the establishment and literally shook the world with things that eyes and ears had never before witnessed. H... read more
    August 16, 2006
    Christian Living
» Faith Stealers
       by Dr. Benjamin Wiker
       Witness the following nightmare. Mom and Dad, you scrimp and save for years to give your kids a good college education. You also invest even more time nurturing the faith of your children. With tears of pride (and perhaps, a second mortgage on your h... read more
    August 16, 2006
    Education
» A Youth Exodus From Church
       by Matt Friedeman
       AgapePress has reported that Dr. Frank Page, the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention, is disturbed that many students are leaving the church once they graduate. Indeed, the Convention's Council on Family Life reports that some 88 percent... read more
    August 16, 2006
    Christian Living
» 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
    Social Issues
» A Second Look at the War on Terror
       by Nathan Tabor
       It was the headline seen on websites around the world-"Airlines Terror Plot Disrupted." Westerners awakened on August 10th to the news that a terrorist plot of possibly unprecedented proportions had been planned for planes from the U.K. hea... read more
    August 12, 2006
    Political
» By Example
       by Brad Locke
       I'm in the midst of working on what's know in journalism parlance as a "football tab," which means almost all I've done the past six weeks is call coaches, go to practices, talk to players, write stories, beg for schedules and rosters, and ... read more
    August 12, 2006
    Sports
» 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
» Say Hello to the Neo-McGovernites
       by Nathan Tabor
       I almost ignored anti-war Ned Lamont's win over pro-war Joe Lieberman in the Connecticut primary last night until I got a load of two of Lamont's cadre of celebrants. Directly behind a smiling Lamont were Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton - two of the mo... read more
    August 9, 2006
    Political
» 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
    Social Issues
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