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November 1, 2008

Christians’ Bibilical Role, Part 2

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 01 Nov 2008

Christians cannot sit on the political sidelines any longer. There is too much at stake, for ourselves and for our children. Unfortunately, many of us have forgotten our history, a history that is rich in serving the …

October 27, 2008

Christians’ Biblical Role, Part One

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 27 Oct 2008

It seems that, in this election, clear battle lines have been drawn between conservatism and liberalism, between the politics of Reagan and the politics of Cuomo, between a culture of life and a culture of death. This, in fact, …

October 13, 2008

Saturday Night Slander

Filed under: In The News - 13 Oct 2008

A generation ago, comedian Chevy Chase made a name for himself through a series of pratfalls he took as a character who might best be described as the Klutz-in-Chief. Chase’s send-up of former President Gerald Ford became synonymous with …

September 12, 2008

Democrats Find Religion?

Filed under: Religion & Faith,The Democrats - 12 Sep 2008

All of a sudden, the national Democratic Party has found religion. The first official event of the recent Democratic National Convention was an interfaith service, complete with a Gospel choir and a rabbi reciting the Torah.

September 5, 2008

Protecting the Unborn: A Step-By-Step Approach

Saddleback taught us an important lesson: presumptive Republican nominee John McCain says he knows when life begins. Democratic Presidential heir apparent Barack Obama does not.

April 19, 2008

Free Exercise, Not Theocracy

Liberal support for the removal of prayer in schools, the Ten Commandments from public buildings, and other expressions of religious belief in the public square is premised upon the United States as a “secular nation.” When conservatives object to such …

March 30, 2008

Capitalism- Not Perfect, But Certainly the Best

As the United States enters into the 2008 and another presidential election, there is widespread anxiety over the state of the economy. The subprime mortgage crisis, and the subsequent collapse of the housing market have cast a pall across even …

March 24, 2008

Closing the Book on Judicial Activism

After a bruising and extended primary fight, the Republican die has been cast; for better or worse, John McCain appears to be our next nominees. As our thoughts turn to the general election, the alignment of the Supreme Court becomes …

March 21, 2008

Freedom’s Foundation

Over the past eight years, out-of-control spending, Iraq, economic concerns, and the culture wars have eclipsed gun control in the public debate over politics. However, the renewed debate that accompanied the expiration the assault weapons ban has shown that Americans …

February 15, 2008

Huckabee – The New Face of Conservatism?

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 15 Feb 2008

After the South Carolina primary and the subsequent withdrawal of Fred Thompson and Duncan Hunter’s presidential bids, the Republican field has narrowed considerably. Barring a Giuliani victory in Florida, the nominee will almost certainly be Romney, McCain, or Huckabee. As …

February 14, 2008

Rethinking President McCain

Filed under: The Republicans - 14 Feb 2008

The election cycle of 2008 has been characterized by longshot candidates and miraculous comebacks. Mike Huckabee won the Iowa caucus with virtually no money and a small operation Barack Obama has turned the dominant narrative of the Democratic race from …

January 20, 2008

UN Enters The War on Terror – On Whose Side?

After years of speaking out of both sides of its mouth on the issue of terrorism, the United Nations has finally staked out a clear position: Any negative portrayal of Islam will not be tolerated. The General Assembly has …

January 17, 2008

Will the True Christian Conservative Please Stand Up?

According to the Pew Center, about 25% of Americans are following news of the presidential races “very closely.” Of course, if I were to base any assumptions about the public’s attention solely on the volume (high) and tone (breathless!!) of …

January 8, 2008

Deja Vu All Over Again

When the story of the Duke lacrosse case first broke, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the NAACP all called for the arrest of the lacrosse players. When the facts came to light (namely, that the students were innocent of rape) …

December 31, 2007

The Wrong Kind of Room Service

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 31 Dec 2007

The rise of the internet and the massive expansion of telecommunications networks have allowed individuals access to goods, services, and one another on an unprecedented level. Business mavens and economists hail the technology revolution, while social commentators question note the …

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