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April 30th, 2018
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By: John Zmirak – stream.org – April 2, 2018 In the Netherlands, laws like Hawaii’s opened the door to euthanasia for depressed patients, or doctors killing unconscious patients who never consented. Like so much of the past five years, the legalization of murder in Hawaii played out like an episode from a paranoid Christian novel from the 1990s. You know,...
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March 19th, 2018
Light from the setting sun shines on the Supreme Court in Washington
By: George Will – nationalreview.com – March 18, 2018 The Supreme Court must strike down a California law that compels pro-life crisis-pregnancy centers’ speech in violation of the First Amendment. Governments routinely behave badly, but sometimes their mean-spiritedness comes to the Supreme Court’s attention. On Tuesday, it will hear oral arguments concerning the constitutionality of measures that California’s government has...
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March 7th, 2018
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By: Jay Richards – stream.org – February 9, 2018 Valentines’ Day will be tricky for Christians who follow the liturgical calendar. This year, the holiday coincides with Ash Wednesday — the first day of Lent — which is a fast day. That means that on Wednesday, faithful Catholics “in good health aged 18 to 59” will “fast and abstain from...
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March 6th, 2018
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By Garrett Kell – erlc.com – February 28, 2018 In the summer of 1998, a friend and I spent an evening together. A few weeks later she told me she was pregnant, and it was mine. Neither of us expected it, and neither of us felt ready to raise a child together. We were not in love and thought it...
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February 26th, 2018
Good Homeschooling
By: Stella Morabito – stellamorabito.net – February 23, 2018 I recently spoke at the Family Research Council about a new fad in mass public schooling called “social and emotional learning” (SEL.) Those who advocate for SEL claim the program will give children critical life skills, such as empathy, getting along with others, and making good decisions. An organization called the...
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February 26th, 2018
Dr. Timothy McGrew
By: Dr. Timothy McGrew – slate.com The late Christopher Hitchens, in his debates with Christians, liked to put his opponents on the spot with a straight question or two, gravely asked. “Do you really believe that Jesus was born of a virgin? Do you really believe that he rose from the dead?” If the Christian answered in the affirmative, Hitchens...
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February 26th, 2018
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Ryan T. Anderson is the Heritage Foundation’s William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow and one of my favorite writers in Washington. His new book on the transgender political project is titled When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment and it’s the most important book yet written on the subject. I talked with him about it over email recently....
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February 8th, 2018
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By: Tyler O’Neil – pjmedia.com – January 31, 2018 News broke last week that Chinese scientists have successfully cloned two monkeys, breaking what is known as the “primate barrier.” With the healthy birth of two Macaque monkeys, scientists have achieved the reproductive cloning of primates, the mammal order that includes monkeys, apes, and humans. This represents a significant step toward...
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January 30th, 2018
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By: Nancy Pearcey – cnsnews.com – January 26, 2018 In “LOVE THY BODY,” best-selling author Nancy R. Pearcey challenges the rise of politically correct social constructs that pose as liberation but are harmful to the human person, while setting us up for control by an all-powerful political state. “LOVE THY BODY,” published January 2, provides real-world solutions to a dehumanizing hostility to the body that characterizes the secularist approach to...
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February 13th, 2015
The amazing muroid hind anatomy of Rattus norvegicus may be the product of eons of mind-bendingly complex Darwinian refinement, but I still don’t give a rat’s ass what Scott Walker thinks about evolution. And neither does anybody else. Not really. Governor Walker, making the rounds in London as part of his plan to relocate from Madison to Washington — the...
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