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Professional religionists spanning a broad theological spectrum along with a number of prominent public figures have joined forces in criticizing migrant detention policies blamed on President Trump perceived as splitting up family units. A number of these such as the Roman Catholic Church and Southern Baptist Convention also hold sizable properties such as universities and denominational headquarters. So have any of these leaders, as well as the First Ladies joining in this chorus, that a...
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by on June 16, 2018
The disorienting light swept over me unexpectedly. The pain and nausea was overwhelming for a moment, but subsided nearly as quickly as it had arrived. My mind was a bit slower to recompose itself. I slowly lifted my head and opened my eyes. I looked around in the attempt to figure out where I was. “Where, where am I?” I asked. One of the gathered nearby responded, “I don't know.” My head continued to clear. “I...I think there was some kind of explosion.” We looked at one another...
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by on June 10, 2018
A survey indicates that most millennials would rather date a convicted felon over a Trump supporter. Likewise, why should Trump supporters settle for these deadbeats and sloppy seconds? Jesus might forgive but that does not cure STD’s. Given the conscientious vocalization of this sentiment, perhaps pity should be denied when said millennials are victims of the convicted felon’s domestic violence, indolence, and criminal conspiracy. Investigators have concluded that there is no proof that Cali...
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by on June 2, 2018
A missionary said that Christians ought to share the Gospel with those that do not look like them. But shouldn’t the Christian also be willing to share the Gospel with those that DO look like them, even if this includes White and Americans? If missiological theory now holds that it is often best to let the natives reach out to other natives if at all possible, why should Whites and Americans be chastised if they are most comfortable with reaching out to other Whites and Americans? A mission...
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by on May 27, 2018
Columnist F.H. Buckley in a New York Post op-ed has proposed that the draft should be reconstituted in order to combat the sense of entitlement pervasive among Millennials. But a perspective insistent that the purpose of the military is anything other than the protection of the nation through the use of force is an incipient form of totalitarianism. In his commentary and in a follow up interview on Fox and Friends, this academic who himself never served day one in the military now pushing ...
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by on May 26, 2018
A hate bias incident is often defined as incidents that may range from acts of ignorance or indifference, to acts directed to inflict harm. So can you be hauled up on charges if you refuse to donate to the United Negro College Fund and the offended construes that as an act of “indifference”? In these remakes of Star Trek that attempt to incorporate even more thoroughly the latest postmodern hooey, wonder if there will develop a story arc about a faction within the Federation actually conspiri...
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by on May 19, 2018
If Obama is so outraged by the divisiveness sparked by the numerous sources of information online, why is the propaganda he intends to produce to be available over a streaming service rather than traditional broadcast? So apparently he can provide his “alternative facts” but it is an outrage for Alex Jones to do so. The winter 2018 edition of PETA Global is heralding the lawsuit the front group filed that granted intellectual property rights to a macaque that took a selfie with a camera set u...
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by on May 18, 2018
What is Cultural Marxism?William S. LindIn his columns on the next conservatism, Paul Weyrich has several times referred to “Cultural Marxism.” He asked me, as Free Congress Foundation’s resident historian, to write this column explaining what Cultural Marxism is and where it came from. In order to understand what something is, you have to know its history.Cultural Marxism is a branch of western Marxism, different from the Marxism-Leninism of the old Soviet Union. It is commonly known as “multic...
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by on May 12, 2018
 By Rob   No, we cannot win, but we will meet them in battle nevertheless. Theoden. It is difficult to think of a less heroic name then Taffy 3. This battle, however almost rivals Thermopylae or the epic of the 7th Brigade in the 73 war in an example of a classic fight against overwhelming odds. On October 25th, 1944, The U.S.naval task force Taffy 3 was surprised by a Japanese surface force of 11 destroyers, 2 light and 6 heavy cruisers and 4 battleships (including the Yamato, the largest...
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by on May 12, 2018
By Robert Eternal embrace? Couple still hugging 5,000 years on ROME – Call it the eternal embrace. Archaeologists in Italy have discovered a couple buried 5,000 to 6,000 years ago, hugging each other. “It’s an extraordinary case,” said Elena Menotti, who led the team on their dig near the northern city of Mantova. “There has not been a double burial found in the Neolithic period, much less two people hugging — and they really are hugging.” Menotti said she believed the two, almost cer...
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by on May 12, 2018
 By Rob   These days it is a safe bet guessing someone’s political affiliation by counting the number of stickers on the back of their car. A Conservative might have two or three, but it is almost always the liberals that have more stickers on their car then Imelda Marcos has shoes. And as the teletubbies only makes sense to a 2 year old and is incomprehensible to an adult so liberal pride themselves on stickers that would shock and confuse anyone with a decent value system or a rudimentary i...
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by on May 12, 2018
 By Rob   Imagine you are an intelligent carp living in a pond. Also imagine you are a scientist. You know nothing for certain of the world beyond the pond and the water’s edge. Many other carp scientists have wondrous theories, but alas, nothing concrete. Perhaps one day it rains, and the carp scientists see lilies on the pond mysteriously move around all by themselves, unaware of the raindrops influence. Now imagine a world called flatland, where there is length and width but no height. Th...
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