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» Bully for Teddy
       by Nathan Tabor
       The U.S. House of Representatives seems to get it, but the Senate doesn’t have a clue. Since President Bush’s Monday night speech on immigration, which sets forth a plan to create a temporary guest-worker program and offers a limited path to citi... read more
    May 15, 2006
» National Day of Regret
       by Nathan Tabor
       To hear liberals tell it, George W. Bush doesn't have a prayer of succeeding. What with the war in Iraq, soaring gasoline prices, and the high cost of medical care, the President's critics dismiss him on good days as ineffectual...on bad days as a du... read more
    May 10, 2006
    Christian Living
» Fred Phelps, Homosexual Activists Both Wrong
       by Gary Glenn
       The American Family Association of Michigan believes that homosexual behavior is harmful and wrong. Without apology, we oppose attempts by the Triangle Foundation and other homosexual activist groups to force their political agenda onto our children,... read more
    May 9, 2006
    Social Issues
» Deaf-Mutes Make A Noisey Rucus
       by Frederick Meekins
       Normally, those with disabilities bring warm feelings to heart as they struggle to achieve and get ahead despite their limitations often with a positive outlook most of us could learn from. Ironically, though, the deaf seem to rank among the crabbies... read more
    May 9, 2006
    Social Issues
» Religious Communities Hardly Score with TIME
       by Matt Friedeman
       Here's our list of the 100 men and women whose power, talent or moral example is transforming our world," says the latest issue of TIME Magazine. As Joel Belz of World Mag Blog suggests, only three on the TIME list could be deemed religious lead... read more
    May 5, 2006
    Social Issues
» My 'Worthless' Job
       by Brad Locke
       Sometimes, when I'm covering a ballgame or studying baseball stats or listening in on a NASCAR teleconference, I'm struck by this thought: Why am I doing this? It's not a question of whether I like my job -- I love it -- but I guess I feel a bit like... read more
    May 5, 2006
» GOWYL (Get On With Your Life)
       by Jane Jimenez
       They offer advice to people in pain. On the surface, their advice sounds forward-looking, pragmatic, and helpful: Get On With Your Live ... GOWYL. Psychologists and counselors are dealing with a problem that many in America consider inevitable: divor... read more
    May 3, 2006
    Social Issues
» National ID Act Threatens Liberty
       by Frederick Meekins
       On the April 26, 2006 edition of Politics & Religion, prophecy scholar Irving Baxter Religion" and Joseph Farah of discussed the implications of the National ID Act. Interesting how, as barriers are being taken down to normalize ill... read more
    May 3, 2006
» Teacher Of The Year Selected For Pandering To Immigrants
       by Frederick Meekins
       If immigrants are no different than the rest of us, then why should this prestigious award go to a teacher noted for teaching students from immigrant backgrounds, 90% of whom are on public assistance? Apparently the parents are not so ignorant of Ame... read more
    April 30, 2006
» Athletes and Their Moral Dilemmas
       by Brad Locke
       There are a lot of tough questions in life. Questions like: Should I watch this TV show? How do I confront a sibling or friend caught in sin? How do I glorify God in my job? There are tough questions in sports, too, many of them also weighted with mo... read more
    April 28, 2006
» He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
       by Jane Jimenez
       Once upon a time, if you wanted to know if he loved you, it was a simple matter of asking a daisy flower. Pluck a petal, he loves me. Pluck another, he loves me not. Plucking petal after petal, down to the center of the daisy, love, not, love, not, l... read more
    April 27, 2006
    Social Issues
       by Paul Proctor
       Well, the Da Vinci Code snare has carefully been laid for seekers and creekers across the country and around the world while purpose driven preachers of pride, pleasure and pragmatism prepare to lead their jaded flocks into the devil's den to view hi... read more
    April 26, 2006
    Christian Living
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