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Ways politics affects abortion

Some make the argument that politics doesn’t affect abortion much. Some say that it doesn’t matter much which party is elected. But the political parties today do influence abortion a lot. Here are some ways that the political parties do make a big difference on the issue of abortion. Al Jazeera: “Which US states have […]

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Breitbart.com represents the era of the ‘new media’

“The master commended the dishonest manager for his shrewdness. For the sons of this world are more shrewd in dealing with their own generation than the sons of light.”  -Luke 16:8 Leave to a self-described agnostic to notice one area in which the world is much more shrewd than Christians are.  And liberals are often […]

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Have you read Joe Biden’s tax plan?

Among the biggest headlines this past week were House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to frequent a hair salon and an Atlantic article quoting anonymous sources claiming President Donald Trump disparaged the military.  The headlines are often distractions, lacking in substance. Very few articles have been written about presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden’s tax plan. We […]

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The age of Eisenhower: the real Camelot period?

John F. Kennedy’s tenure as president is sometimes referred to as the age of Camelot, but I think that many of us with a more conservative or Judeo-Christian viewpoint view the 50s as being more deserving of that title. I think that view is often incorrect, although understandable. I recently wanted to learn more about […]

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Inside the mind of the founder of modern conservatism

William F. Buckley, Jr. is a fascinating character. In some ways, he and Martin Luther are two of the most fascinating characters to me in the past 500 years.  They have some similarities. I realize this can be an odd statement on the surface, considering that Buckley was Catholic while Martin Luther castigated the Catholic […]