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When Britain Savages Itself

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   12/18/13
England’s prestigious Oxford Union recently invited famed raconteur and talk-radio host Michael Savage to a debate on whether or not NSA leaker Edward Snowden is a hero. And that is certainly a matter for debate. More » • (934 views)

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America’s Chief Export: Immorality

Immoralityby Matt Barber   12/17/13
Why are Americans so peeved? Is it Obamacare? Well, partly – and in a big way. One wonders, in fact, if that sign language interpreter at the Mandela funeral moonlighted as the lead IT consultant for More » • (1788 views)

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The Prodigal and The Political

ProdigalSonThumbby Glenn Fairman   12/17/13
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, the reprobate descends to the squalor of the pigsty before he comes to his senses, repents, and returns to the Father. It is in the concrete realization that one has either abysmally squandered his resources or that his poor choices will soon seal his destruction, that true life altering changes can be made. More » • (955 views)

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Merry Christmas, But Don’t Expect a Gift From Me

Gift2by Pokey Possum   12/17/13
I don’t buy Christmas gifts. Everyone who would customarily be on my Christmas list appears to have everything they need, and some stuff they don’t. More » • (1025 views)

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White-washing Mandela’s Memory

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   12/16/13
After his mother was raped, and then murdered along with his father last year, sobbing 12-year-old Amaro was gagged and drowned in scalding bathwater. And that’s how the youngest member of the Viana family became a statistic: another in a long line of white South African victims of black violence. More » • (2625 views)

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A New Transvaluation of Man and Woman

WhichEverThumbby Glenn Fairman   12/16/13
Living in the uber-tolerant society of the West, no one of any moral consequence denies homosexuals the right to assemble and live their lives in that state of relative freedom. More » • (3942 views)

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Supply and Demand

Economicsby Timothy Lane   12/16/13
When I attended Purdue University, School of Science students needed to complete 12-18 hours (generally 4-6 courses) of humanities and social sciences to qualify for a baccalaureate (in addition to the basic requirements in English and a foreign language). More » • (1231 views)

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King of Kings

KingOfKingsby Deana Chadwell    12/16/13
The King shall come when morning dawns,
And light triumphant breaks;
When beauty gilds the eastern hills,
And life to joy awakes. More » • (930 views)

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Get over it: Jesus and Santa are White

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   12/16/13
Some people want to give Fox News’s Megyn Kelly a lump of coal for Christmas after she remarked on Wednesday that Jesus and Santa Claus were white and that those who had a problem with it should just get over it. More » • (868 views)

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Let It Stream, Let It Stream…

WarriorsRainbowby Brad Nelson   12/16/13
Let me give you a roundup of my latest streaming adventures on Netflix. Netflix rightly gets criticized for its rather lame selection. But if you are adventurous, you can dredge up some good movies here and there that are in the category of “nobody has ever heard of.” Here are a few. More » • (840 views)

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The Road to Genocide is Paved with Liberal Intentions

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   12/16/13
With all the recent talk about Nelson Mandela the myth and the modicum of talk about Mandela the man, it’s a good opportunity to discuss another myth: that of apartheid. More » • (645 views)

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Will the Mockingjay Catch Fire?

HungerGamesby Glenn Fairman   12/14/13
The more ripened I become, which is really just that self-delusionary way of saying I am “ontologically antique,” the more I realize the fact that self-deception is a double edged feature that helps conserve our psychic equilibrium — tentatively offering an illusory but necessary species of faux-hope for we bitter clingers to bitterly cling to. More » • (1117 views)

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