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Was Mohammed a “True Muslim”?

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke6/13/17
In the wake of every terrorist act there is the same argument. The voices-in-the-wilderness right will say, insofar as they’re not muzzled with hate-speech laws, that Islam is the problem. In contrast, a leftist drumbeat of media and mainstream politicos will assert that the Muslim terrorists aren’t really “Muslim” terrorists More » • (431 views)

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 Ten Transgender Truths

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke6/12/17
Whether you’re a lawmaker considering a “bathroom bill” or some other “transgender”-oriented legislation, or a citizen pondering a vote influencing the matter, you need the facts. The following are 10 “transgender” truths: More » • (503 views)

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The Phone Call

by Pat Tarzwell   6/9/17
I was sitting at my computer the other day, just trying to do a little work when I got the call.  It was one of those rare events where no-one else was available to answer the phone, so I picked it up and had no idea just how much fun I was about to have. More » • (457 views)

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Cliff Hanging and Earthquakes

by Deana Chadwell5/31/17
This is shocking, and in our post-modern world I shouldn’t admit it, but I like to think.  I know, I know – if I were truly cool and trendy I’d acknowledge, in grand existentialist style, that everything is just matter, therefore nothing matters More » • (1053 views)

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Movie Review: Rogue One

by Brad Nelson5/28/17
Rogue One tells the story of the downfall of the Death Star that materially occurs later in Star Wars: A New Hope. The plans for the Death Star are stolen from the Imperial archive and transmitted to rebel forces. These plans, as you know, end up in the memory banks of R2D2. And off we go. More » • (633 views)

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Satanic Language

by Anniel5/26/17
After discussing how nauseating and vile the political discourse in our lives has become and the need to “Turn Off the Sound” (ST 5/22/17), I suddenly remembered the book for which I had previously written a Review: I Speak For the Silent – Prisoners of the Soviets by Vladimir V. Tchernavin. More » • (1205 views)

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Chick Flicks and ‘High Sentiment’

by Jon N. Hall5/22/17
Although my drinking buddies may find it pathetic, I nonetheless admit to having a taste for “chick flicks.” But because certain attendees of my health club, especially the ruffians who hang around the bench press machine More » • (878 views)

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Turn Off the Sound

by Anniel5/22/17
Bear and I have been talking about trying to find some venue where news is accurately reported by intelligent, well-informed people who are dedicated to facts that can be proven. I suppose that makes us old-fashioned. More » • (730 views)

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Movie Review: Sicario

by Steve Lancaster5/19/17
In Mexico Sicario means hitman  •  This 2015 production could be one of the most worrisome movies of recent times. There is no date for the movie except that Juarez is in the middle of a cartel war. More » • (422 views)

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Didn’t See This Coming

by Deana Chadwell5/18/17
In the summer of 1787 our founding fathers sweated out the details of the new Constitution in locked, stifling rooms. They were remarkably prescient considering they were so new to governance, new to the idea of federalism, unused to living in a constitutionally controlled republic. More » • (1050 views)

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Book Review: The Great Good Thing

by Anniel5/5/17
A Secular Jew Comes to Faith in Jesus Christ  •  Author: Andrew Klavan. Available on Kindle  •  Please, if you read only one new book this year, let this be the one. I have been considering this book and author now for several weeks More » • (845 views)

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Needing Eden

by Deana Chadwell5/4/17
All of us – liberal or conservative, Muslim or Christian, black or white – are homesick. Deep inside all of us lurks a longing for something, someplace so lost in the past that we can no longer name it. More » • (3014 views)

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