Corvettes and Creation (New and Improved with Extra Cheese)

by Glenn Fairman & Brad Nelson  •  Critiquing evolution in the fast lane

Corvettes and Creation (New and Improved with Extra Cheese) Corvettes and Creation (New and Improved with Extra Cheese)

America’s New Gods

by Deana Chadwell  •  Bow before the idols of political correctness

America’s New Gods America’s New Gods

The Christian Message vs Social Justice

by Patricia Dickson  •  The destruction of teaching a false doctrine

The Christian Message vs Social Justice The Christian Message vs Social Justice

The 1999-2008 Housing Mess: A Diagnosis and Prescription

by Cato  •  The lessons not to learn

The 1999-2008 Housing Mess: A Diagnosis and Prescription The 1999-2008 Housing Mess: A Diagnosis and Prescription

The Wrong Focus of Gun-Violence Articles

by Jerry Richardson  •  Setting the sites on the facts

The Wrong Focus of Gun-Violence Articles The Wrong Focus of Gun-Violence Articles

The Bullies of Banned Books Week

by Linda Harvey  •  Another fraud perpetrated by the Left

The Bullies of Banned Books Week The Bullies of Banned Books Week

Contradiction: The Common Thread of ID Criticism

by Pete Chadwell • Putting intelligence back into the ID debate

Contradiction: The Common Thread of ID Criticism Contradiction: The Common Thread of ID Criticism

ObamaCare and the Language of Law

ObamaCareby Jon N. Hall    10/29/14
On Sept. 30, Judge Ronald A. White of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma delivered his decision in Pruitt v. Burwell, the third of four related cases to have received a judgment. More » • (60 views)

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Two Trees of Eden

Serpentby Anniel  10/27/14
The Ten Commandments Symposium on the Sixth Commandment has led to a welter of thoughts and postings about the Garden of Eden, the fall of Adam and Eve, and the state of Cain as the murderer of his brother, Abel. More » • (261 views)

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The Left and the Distortion of History

KingAlfredby John L. Hancock   10/27/14
In the fall of 1991, the relatively small and quiet university of Alfred U in New York was engrossed in controversy.  Indignant professors led students in protests, heated debates raged throughout the divided campus, editorials filled the school and local papers. More » • (103 views)

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Votes: Inherent Value or Political Means to an End?

Voteby Leigh Bravo  10/27/14
With midterm elections around the corner, we have to ask ourselves if our voting system should be about the inherent value of our votes, or simply about winning elections? More » • (39 views)

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The Special Treatment Homosexuals Demand

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   10/27/14
There is one particular thing that illustrates better than anything else the unreasonableness — and some would say gall — of homosexuality activists. It’s not demanding that bakers, shirt printers and wedding planners be party to events and expression deeply contrary to their principles More » • (70 views)

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The Age of Arrogance

InformationAgeby Deana Chadwell    10/27/14
I think the alternate term is the “Information Age,” and I’m beginning to think that, like Adam and Eve, we weren’t ready for the information we’ve accumulated, and also like our garden couple, it’s made us think we can be like God, which we obviously can’t. More » • (72 views)

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How To Tell A True Minister of God

TheCrossby Patricia L. Dickson   10/27/14
For all who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God. Romans 8:14  •  I frequent Christian websites and blogs to keep up with what is going on in the Christian church in the U.S. and around the world. These Christian websites and blogs chronicles the recent news and events in the church world. More » • (72 views)

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Why We Care for Animals and Muslims Don’t

Dogby Enza Ferreri   10/25/14
Malay Muslims have discovered dogs:  •  KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 19 — A group of Muslims get acquainted with a dog at the ‘I want to touch a dog’ event at 1Utama’s central park earlier this morning. More » • (72 views)

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Democrats and Inflation

TheFedby Jon N. Hall10/24/14
One of the jobs of the Federal Reserve is to insure that inflation doesn’t get out of control and become hyperinflation. With regular old inflation your money is worth less, but with hyperinflation your money is worthless. More » • (59 views)

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Paul Krugman’s Indefensible Defense of Barack Obama

Krugmanby Avi Davis   10/24/14
Readers of Rolling Stone Magazine have long known what to expect from the bi-weekly’s acidulous commentaries: anarchist screeds from the rather unbalanced Matt Taibbi; thinly researched and often specious investigative pieces from Tim Dickinson; More » • (77 views)

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Apples and Their Tendency to Rot; The Power of the Presidency

RottenApplesby Deana Chadwell    10/21/14
From the beginning America has worked to avoid the tyranny of the monarchy; our forefathers saw up close and personal the disastrous effects of a king gone bad. George III (1738 to 1820) reigned for almost 60 years More » • (108 views)

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Karl Rove: Weapon of Mass Delusion

Roveby C. Edmund Wright   10/21/14
So Karl Rove was involved in a cover-up. Well, leave it to Karl — the “boy genius” and the “architect” — to orchestrate a cover-up that actually hides information exculpatory to his President and his party. He did just that on the issue of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) in Iraq. More » • (114 views)

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What I Have Learned From Debating Young Liberals

Yutesby Patricia L. Dickson   10/21/14
In the recent months, I have been engaged in political debates with liberals mostly under the age of 40 (I am over the age of 40). These debates have taken place in person, via email and political discussion blogs. In each occurrence, I was contacted or confronted by the individuals who wanted to engage in discussions with me. More » • (170 views)

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The Young Barbarians

Philadelphianby Timothy Lane   10/19/14
A recent article by Ben Shapiro about some young hooligans at a Royals-Angels game made me think about where such people come from culturally. One possible hint comes from a section of Richard Powell’s find novel The Philadelphian More » • (122 views)

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The Ball is in the Designer’s Court

COCCOLITHOPHORESby Brad Nelson   10/19/14
One of the things I gauged from the Meyer/Sternberg and Prothero/Shermer debate that I ran into by chance on the web (which I don’t consider worth watching in regards to learning anything substantial about either intelligent design or neo-Darwinism) More » • (224 views)

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