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March 19th, 2020
CS Lewis's face superimposed over people walking with masks
BY: Matt Smethurst – thegospelcoalition.org – March 12, 2020 It’s now clear that COVID-19 is a deadly serious global pandemic, and all necessary precautions should be taken. Still, C. S. Lewis’s words—written 72 years ago—ring with some relevance for us. Just replace “atomic bomb” with “coronavirus.” In one way we think a great deal too much of the atomic bomb. “How are...
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March 13th, 2020
Man in mask on train platform
By: Jim Banks – dailysignal.com – March 12, 2020 Is the coronavirus China’s Chernobyl? It could be—but only if we hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable for their early missteps that allowed the virus to spread unchecked for weeks. Chernobyl is the site of the worst nuclear power plant accident in history. Many consider it a pivotal cause of the...
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March 10th, 2020
P. Schlafly b&w, protests ERA
By: Joy Pullmann – thefederalist.com – February 10, 2020 This week, House Democrats will reportedly pass a measure to lift the 1982 deadline on a feminist amendment to the U.S. Constitution, although the Supreme Court, legal scholars, and the U.S. Department of Justice have said the attempt is unconstitutional. The so-called Equal Rights Amendment was defeated in the 1980s by a woman-led coalition...
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February 26th, 2020
Bernie - SC Debate
By: Mona Charen – nationalreview.com – February 26, 2020 According to CNN, Bernie Sanders “has been consistent for 40 years.” Some find this reassuring. Bernie is not a finger-in-the-wind politician who tacks this way or that depending upon what’s popular. On the other hand, if someone has never changed his mind throughout 78 years of life, it suggests ideological rigidity and...
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February 19th, 2020
gold dome cross w moon
By: John Stonestreet & Shane Morris – breakpoint.org – February 18, 2020 Last week, actor John Rhys-Davies, best known for playing the dwarf Gimli in “The Lord of the Rings” films, gave a strong defense for Christianity. Speaking to the Christian Post from the red carpet at the Movieguide awards, Rhys-Davies said, “We seem to forget that Christian civilization has made...
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January 20th, 2020
Will Ford & Matt Lockett
By: Amber C. Strong – cbn.com – August 8, 2019 Each person who arrived in this country came with a unique family history of how their ancestors put an imprint on their life. Yet, with all that diversity, we’re often more connected than you might imagine. Matthew Lockett is the great grandchild of farmers and a pro-life advocate. “He would...
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January 17th, 2020
Ted Cruz on Capitol Hill
By: Nihal Krishan – washingtonexaminer.com – January 16, 2020 Ted Cruz predicted high Democratic turnout in Texas in the 2020 election, clouding President Trump’s prospects. The Texas senator also said, though, that impeachment would boost Trump. “What Democrats managed to do in 2018, they more than doubled Democratic turnout in Texas. They took it from 1.8 million all the way...
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January 6th, 2020
Palmer raids
By: Tim Brown – sonsoflibertymedia.com – January 4, 2019 Many Americans simply do not know their history nor do they understand that even with the best intentions, men will resort to evil actions.  However, a hundred years ago, raids took place in America in which thousands of Americans were rounded up and jailed in one of the most horrific, shameful and...
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December 31st, 2019
closing stock market 12-30-19
By: The Editorial Board – wsj.com – December 30, 2019 Regarding the movement of equity prices, we associate with the words of Alan “Ace” Greenberg, the head of Bear Stearns during the 1987 market crash: “Stocks fluctuate, next question.” The good news in 2019 is that mostly they fluctuated up, which offers a lesson or two. Stock prices fell Monday, no...
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December 2nd, 2019
Michelangelo's David
By: M. D. Aeschliman – nationalreview.com – November 30, 2019 The 13 one-hour TV films in which English art historian, arts administrator, and writer Kenneth Clark historically narrates a “personal view” of the history of Western civilization were first shown in Britain and the U.S. 50 years ago as the series Civilisation. Their amazing popularity began immediately and has continued unabated since 1969,...
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