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Sodom Redux

Sodomby Glenn Fairman5/21/16
Years ago while reading the story of Lot and the judgment of Sodom, I was perplexed that strident homosexuality could have such strong currency in the biblical Middle East — which I understood to be a rough and tumble place. More » • (1074 views)

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Failed Idealism: The Big Chill, Revisited

TheBigChillby Tim Jones5/18/16
“Was it all just a fad?” It is probably fairly well known by those that have seen The Big Chill, and for those that haven’t, the primary theme is the failure of the idealism of the Sixties and how for most who participated in the protests and rebellions succumbed to joining the “establishment” once the Vietnam Era came to an end. More » • (934 views)

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My Country Was of Thee

Praying-Ladyby Deana Chadwell5/18/16
Our father’s God to, Thee,
Author of liberty,
To Thee we sing. More » • (1001 views)

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Drafting Women: Do We Believe in Equality or Don’t We?

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke5/16/16
With Congress poised to possibly require women to register for the draft, reaction from the conservative pundit class has been swift and severe. WND’s Jane Chastain calls it “worse than cowardly,” More » • (740 views)

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Redemption after the Apocalypse

ApocaManby Jon N. Hall    5/15/16
A Deconstructive Exegesis of the Gnostic Apologetics of George Miller  •  People often ask me for spiritual advice. One might suppose that I’d be flattered, but it’s actually a bit of a drag, especially in public restrooms. Even so, I always grab my petitioner’s hand, look him squarely in the eye, and tell him: More » • (823 views)

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The Real Donald Trump

Trump4by Patricia L. Dickson5/15/16
The best indicator of someone’s truecharacter is how he treats others (employees, family, and friends) and whether or not he gives back to the community (time or resources).  We have learned Hillary Clinton’s true character from stories leaked from White House staff members, including the Secret Service agents. More » • (1704 views)

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I am Barack Obama

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke5/10/16
It’s always hard coming out. But it’s even harder not being true to yourself. So, inspired by Bruce Jenner and other intrepid souls, I’ve decided to finally start living the life I was meant to: I identify as Barack Obama. More » • (836 views)

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Why The Donald Doesn’t Scare Me

Trump3by Rosalys5/9/16
First I must state that there is so much muck being flung about, that I sometimes don’t know who or what to believe. The proverbial excrement has truly hit the fan, and the fan is showing no signs of stopping. I find people, whose opinions I value very much, on both sides of the Trump issue. More » • (2012 views)

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Movie Review: Heaven’s Gate

HeavensGateby Steve Lancaster5/6/16
It has been 25 years since Michael Cimino released Heaven’s Gate. Most of the controversy has died down. It was an expensive movie to make and killed the studio, United Artists. The cost of production exceeded 40 million dollars and domestic revenue was less than 4 million. More » • (807 views)

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The Good Marriage – A Sixty-One Year Adventure

WeddingRingsby Anniel5/6/16
The Beginnings  •  Life and love are sometimes (always?) a funny deal. This story is about a marriage that lasted for sixty-one years of joy and adventure. It’s a tale of funny meetings, partings, working, hunting, hurting, but most of all, happiness. Not even the names have been changed to protect the innocent. More » • (664 views)

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To Trump or not to Trump

TrumpFiredby Deana Chadwell5/5/16
That is the question: Whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer the presidency of Hillary Clinton, or by voting Trump risk the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune? Aye. That is the rub. More » • (1954 views)

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Coulter v. Coulter

AnnCoulterThumbby C. Edmund Wright4/5/16
You might say I was for Ann Coulter before I was against her. Or maybe that Coulter was for conservatism before she was against it, or before she was for Northeastern moderates Chris Christie, or Mitt Romney More » • (1872 views)

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