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The real issue about the new Supreme Court nominee is not his credentials nor his record, but rather his religion — not his religious affiliation, but his world and life view which is the outworking ... discuss

Researchers Bradford Wilcox, a professor and the director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, and Nicholas Wolfinger, a professor at the University of Utah, examined recent ... discuss

Dear Friends, Before his beautiful treatise of love in 1 Corinthians 13, the Apostle Paul gives a stern warning: “If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy ... discuss

It’s National Marriage Week, so it’s a good time to put in a good word for marriage: I got married last April, and my previously miserable life has been perfect ever since. I’m kidd ... discuss

I reviewed this over 10 years ago and, just having reread it for an upcoming podcast conversation, thought I'd rerun the review for those who missed it the first time around. THE LITTLE WORLD OF ... discuss

CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) — Tribe fighting Dakota Access oil pipeline files legal challenge to try to block project's completion. ... discuss

Truman by David McCullough, 2.99 for your Kindle version The Pulitzer Prize–winning biography of Harry S. Truman, whose presidency included momentous events from the atomic bombing of Japan to the ... discuss

33:“Of Zebulun, such as went forth to battle, expert in war, with all instruments of war, fifty thousand, which could keep rank: they were not of double heart.” 36: “Regarding the half trib ... discuss

“Of Zebulun, such as went forth to battle, expert in war, with all instruments of war, fifty thousand, which could keep rank: they were not of double heart.”  (AKJV)  (Read this scriptur ... discuss

It is appalling today how so little is known by teenagers about biblical doctrine in conservative churches.  Many cannot define the doctrine of the Trinity.  They don’t know the difference between ... discuss

Well, let’s get the ball rolling on another broken promise from The One, Barack Hussein Obama, shall we? I mean, every time we think we are done chronicling his broken promises we have to do a reset ... discuss

Simcha Fisher hits it out of the ball park — here's a bit but read it all. (Emphasis added is mine.)Doerflinger acknowledges Malnight’s struggle: “Often there is no one right or wrong answer, bu ... discuss

I can simply say that this is the most rewarding thing I have ever done. In terms of encouragement, I can simply say that this is the most rewarding thing I have ever done. I am confident God has work ... discuss

by Penna Dexter, Contributing Author: Peggy Noonan was a speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan. These days, when a president makes an important speech, you can expect to read her insights on it in ... discuss

I have always loved egg salad. I used to go in and request it at Jason’s Deli even though it wasn’t on the menu and they would sometimes make it for me, depending on the location. Eggs an ... discuss

from An Introduction to the History of Science, by Walter Libby, available free at Gutenberg: Dr. Wilkins, the brother-in-law of Cromwell, who is regarded by some as the founder of the Royal Society, ... discuss

I substituted to read aloud to one of the classes at the library again today, so I am now in my husband’s classroom using the better Wi-Fi. I wish I could set up a nice little recliner in the co ... discuss

“. . . no one seems to know what just happened [decision of Supreme Court on same sex marriage in June 2015]. This wasn’t the legalization of a behavior—for the legal barriers to homosexual cond ... discuss

Image source: marketoracle.co.uk.While reading John C. Médaille’s Toward a Truly Free Market: A Distributist Perspective on the Role of Government, Taxes, Healthcare, Deficits, and More (Wilmington ... discuss

When I was growing up back in Ohio, the village of Milford had their own way of disposing of old Christmas trees. They would be collected and taken to some field at the edge of town, stacked in a big ... discuss

Someone asked me what the best thing about Christmas was for me this year. Before this year, I might have thought about all the people I spent Christmas with, the gifts, the music, the tinsel, the &# ... discuss

   In 7th grade for my Christmas present, my Dad and Mom got me a backboard, a hoop and a basketball.  Dad attached the backboard and hoop to the garage  on Christmas Day and I beg ... discuss

If you know me, you should know that I am crazy about chocolate. In fact, I eat one of these brownies (or 2-3 of them) per day. They are HEATHER APPROVED. Not only that, but everyone we’ve shar ... discuss

Glanville WilliamsHow did we start down the road to Roe v. Wade anyway?In the 1940's and 1950's, abortion was generally opposed, and there wasn't a lot of outspoken support for it. There were abortion ... discuss

I’ve been spending a fair bit of time acquiring and analyzing books that advocate for manipulating people.  Not, as you might be thinking, so I can manipulate people, but because I find manipul ... discuss

Dear Cody,I’ve seen the message you left for “People Older Than Me” on behalf of “People Younger Than Me”, which has had over 331,000 views at this writing [11/19/16]. For the benefit of eve ... discuss

© 2016 A. F. Branco, Liberty Alliance.As I watched ABC’s George Stephanopoulos and his crew of talking heads begin the autopsy on the election late Tuesday night, I felt some dark satisfaction. I h ... discuss

This is a wake up call to those voters holding their noses and voting for either Clinton or Trump to "block" the other candidate. No, I'm not going to call you names. I'm not even going to think you'r ... discuss

Today, May 29, is my nephew's birthday. Is it possible that he's 35? My Mom wrote this poem to him when he was three months old. Happy Birthday, Jeff!"To Jeff (Our First Grandchild)"Oh what a joy it i ... discuss

We’ve become quite used to various prochoice groups in Ireland chanting their slogan “repeal the 8th” as if it were a mantra for a new, enlightened time rather than a means to erase the basic ri ... discuss

Image Source: Mark P. Shea, I presume.If you want an example of the damage done to the Catholic Church in America by the surrounding culture’s increasing hyperpartisanship and ideological tribalism, ... discuss

There are several political issues commonly wrapped in the social-justice banner that are also issues affecting life and the family. In theory, a Catholic ought to support those policies which support ... discuss

For decades now, the Chief Executive, the Supreme Court and the mammoth unaccountable federal bureaucracy have been operating FAR FAR outside the Constitution, and too many folks just don't seem to ge ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - The Voice of Rhyme and Reason for Life - Content Writer - Singer/Songwriter - Voiceover Artist in Colorado Springs Did You Know There’s Always Been A Digital World? Yep…there are ... discuss

Once upon a time, it was widely believed among pro-lifers (and still is) that if we educate the public about prenatal life, we could convince them that life begins at conception and they would in turn ... discuss

Every political candidate or party has been dogged by baseless rumors and mischaracterizations. It comes with the territory of being visible. So, perhaps I should rejoice in the fact that the American ... discuss

Running Through My Head Today:  Gone, Gone, Gone by Phillip PhillipsGrateful For:How the value of stories has played out in our family over the years. This is especially obvious with Ria, who wro ... discuss

Image source: ancoraonline.it.On Friday, as I’m sure most of you know, the Vatican Press released Pope Francis’ post-synodal exhortation Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love). Predictably, everyone wh ... discuss

Landon had his first baseball game of the season this evening. It was the first game of a preseason tournament. Landon demonstrating his patented leg-lift batting technique. Landon walloped a ... discuss

Birth control is the single biggest contributor to the immorality which is so prevalent in our world today.  Since the introduction of the birth control pill in 1960, sex has become nothing more ... discuss

It was very cold and very wet, but it was worth it. This weekend I spoke alongside Walter Hoye at the Walk for Life Northwest. He and his wife are amazing witnesses for life. I am so privileged t ... discuss

This past summer, I was visiting family and walking up the main street in town.  The sidewalk was just big enough for two people to walk side by side.  Typically, people walking down the sid ... discuss

A painting of US President Barack Obama as the Prince from the Playstation Katamari Damacy game, collecting all of the guns of the world on his Katamari ball as his father The King Of All Cosmos looks ... discuss

Gawin ba namang projector screen ang simbahan eh, kaya hindi na nakakapagtaka kung bakit may mga kabataang nagma-masquerade ball sa loob ng simbahan. ... discuss

Here we are again getting ready to celebrate "The most wonderful time of the year" when 'peace on earth and good will towards men' is, or, at least, was the rule we lived by.  Now the secularists ... discuss

I recently became aware of a great web site which pulls together online discounts for Catholic items.  (I became aware of it via my daughter who saw it on Catholic Inspired; she is very excited a ... discuss

I had always thought being a busybody meant that you were a gossiper, talking about what other people.  That understanding is also consistent with Scripture."For we hear that there are some which ... discuss

Will and Landon took advantage of the great weather to enjoy some backyard soccer. Landon kicking a high one. Will's shot on goal was deflected by Landon. ... discuss

Singing "The Lord's My Shepherd" with some of the munchkins, circa 2005.Somehow I recently realized that I've never really done a lot of blogging about music, which has always been a big part of our f ... discuss

I don’t think I’ll be doing this again.   So much happens on Facebook that I thought I’d put a few clips on my blog just to show that nothing on the blog doesn’t mean ... discuss

Christina is a young lady who knows what she wants. You'll discover that if you dare to suggest a movie or song that she doesn't want  at that particular moment. You may see a DVD go sailing past ... discuss

This four-day weekend after a high-octane December seems a good opportunity to regale the world with my ruminations.-- 2015 is my 20th year living in Idaho.  That is almost half my life.  Bu ... discuss

So why have we haven't had any followup attacks by the Muslims in the last 13 years? Just wondering. Seriously, I take with a huge grain of salt any information coming out of DC via the MSM. We have a ... discuss

They looked good last night...at least once the fourth got rolling. Is there anyone on this team who isn't out for the season, though? Seriously. I've never seen a team this injury-riddled. Now To ... discuss

Conversations with God (and the Robbieisms He used to snap me out of my offense) So, a funny thing happened on the way to spiritual maturity… We can think we are on our way to becoming the person ... discuss

And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.  –  Matthew 24:6 The anniversary of 9/11 is only d ... discuss

A few weeks ago on a Tuesday evening we took Mary's mother, Harriet Thackrah, to Shuttleworth Park for a ball game. The Mohawks were offering one of their many crowd-pleasing promotions, with veterans ... discuss

A chapter from my book, Where Do We Find Such Men? in remembrance of those who served on June 6, 1944. Brig. Gen. Allen Kimball is given the most important assignment of his life, and arguably the mo ... discuss

Imagine that....stop coddling the kids and let them be kids, let them learn and learn to respect one another without the adults interfering in their natural ability to play and get along. Sure adult s ... discuss

* But Were Afraid to Ask (Well maybe not everything, but most people will know a lot more.)Until recently, most people's idea of mozzarella was that rectangle bought in the grocery store. They also ha ... discuss

Here is a collection of recipes I found, mostly from other Pinterest site: a lot of them are from popular vegan recipe sites, like 'Oh She Glows' , 'Fragrant Vanilla Cake' and 'The Simple Veganista'. ... discuss

Surely this woman doesn't realize how bad this looks. But taking something away from a little kid is just so wrong! Watch via the link below. And then she got a high five for it! She literally snatche ... discuss

(This is an article @ Christian Post on 6 Jul 12, written by Thom Rainer)I once did an interview for an online publication, and one of the questions was: "Who has been the greatest leadership influe ... discuss

When I heard the report that a WISH/Ball State poll found that 54% of Hoosiers oppose the Marriage Amendment and 53% support decriminalizing marijuana I immediately knew something wasn't right.  This ... discuss

2 important bills passed the Indiana Senate today.  As usual, IRTL is on the ball and has a great presser on this below and here:       NE ... discuss

Well Guy threw me a HUGE curve ball tonight.  It's no secret my feelings toward him, and hope much I just wanted him in my life to feel the same way as I did towards him.  Some actual c ... discuss

Clearly, in any time, it would be considered immoral to force those who cannot form moral thoughts to take responsibilities common to those who can. Was it ever the intention that the Second Amendmen ... discuss

by John Stonestreet July 27, 2012 (Breakpoint.org) - The more I pay attention to our culture, the more I wonder if C. S. Lewis owned a crystal ball. Many of the works of this Oxford don who died almos ... discuss

So I've learned that Marco Polo can be played double blind. What that means is that at least two people are in a pool and, like in tag, one person is "it." The "it" person says, "Marco" and everyone e ... discuss

As mentioned last week, the grocery store run to restock on melatonin didn't actually happen.  Regretfully, as it turns out, because by the end of the week, the short supply of sleep apparently star ... discuss

In 1973, when the Supreme Court legalized abortion with its Roe vs. Wade decision, I was a young nurse working in an operating room in Boston. There were no abortion clinics in Massachusetts at that t ... discuss

What are you doing to make a difference in this world? In previous posts I've made it clear that I believe we all have a special purpose, one that not only involves making the most of our gifts and ta ... discuss

The world of exploration opens up to your baby as they begin to accomplish many exciting new things. They will discover ways to bend thier knees and to sit after standing, which is actually quite a co ... discuss

I have a melancholy streak a mile wide.  I love grey, cloudy days and cold weather and I especially love a beautiful, haunting sad song.  (Guess I’m kinda weird that way.)  Several ye ... discuss

"Meeting an insurance agent the day your policy runs out is coincidence. Getting a letter from the emperor saying that he's visiting is plot. Having your apartment eaten by a wrecking ball... ...is ... discuss

Once again the New Zealand Herald shows its anti Catholic bias. It reported today that a student at St Patrick’s College, a Catholic high school near Wellington, had been denied the opportunity to t ... discuss

After the field goal kicker finds his mojo, the quarterback loses it . . . and we start turning the ball over and piling up penalties again on the road.Oh, Irish, you're killing me. ... discuss

We went to my mom's house tonight and played some pool. The current score is 4-3 in Carrie's favor. I won't mention that 2 of her wins came from me scratching the 8-ball. ... discuss

“Research into improved therapies for so many diseases languishes for want of federal grant money, while Planned Parenthood received $350 million last year alone.” “If we are to build a Cultu ... discuss

In the crush of political upheaval throughout the world there are many questions that remain to be answered: will Egypt develop a true democracy? Will Libya succeed in overthrowing their repressive re ... discuss

I find myself in traffic court representing clients on misdemeanor cases almost daily. I love my job, I must admit. I am arguing motions weekly, in trial (jury and bench trials) at least once a month, ... discuss

Tom Tancredo is clearly the best candidate for Governor of Colorado, but some of my very conservative, less conservative, and generally Republican friends have gotten stuck on some misinformation whic ... discuss

Jill Carroll has issued a statement that retracts her words from the immediate aftermath of her release from terrorists in Iraq. During my last night of captivity, my captors forced me to participate ... discuss

It takes almost a year to adopt a baby. We attended some informational meetings on adopting a baby from China, supposedly an easier route than most, and it was packed. There aren't more unwanted babie ... discuss

  By Ed Gillespie As the year draws to an end and President Bush enters his final month in office, there is much commentary about the Administration's record over the past eight years. Unsurp ... discuss

Today on Facebook, I posted a quote -- part of a pro-life campaign for the month of March. I just placed the quote for today in my "status" on Facebook. And people from both sides (I have alot of co ... discuss

The author is a former political speechwriter and press secretary with much experience in politics and the reading and analysis of legislation, and also operated a political correspondence office at t ... discuss

Over at The Evangelical Outpost, I criticize the worse "graduation speech" ever (not) given.Due to Bar Review and a work situation from hell, I've gotten 2.5 hours of sleep in the past 40 hours. But t ... discuss

Greetings to each and every one of you!I wish that time permitted me to compose a personal note to every single one of you, but alas, I have been blessed with many different responsibilities and act ... discuss

Well, Saturday's game wasn't much fun to watch, and the end feeling was not so much of confidence but of uncertain relief. In retrospect, I feel a bit better about things, but of course it will all b ... discuss

A few thoughts on Stanford:- It didn't take long for Clausen to have another career day. The run game receded a bit this week from the showing against Purdue, forcing us to rely more on the passing g ... discuss

There must be some other name for the football law that says, pretty simply, the team with the fewest turnovers wins. The Irish were able to escape that situation against SDSU this year, but otherwis ... discuss

Another reason to dig W: So now, an enterprising reporter has found out what is on President Bush's iPod, the portable music player, that he listens to when he works out. His playlist of 200 songs inc ... discuss

I saw this on an email list and thought it would be great for the open Wednesday post. I contacted the author and am printing excatly what he wrote below. Now, its very long, but also very interesti ... discuss

Back in 1971, the Intercollegiate Review published an essay by Robert Penn Warren, which is republished at First Principles, and (so the lead-in to the article states) in the book Arguing Conservatism ... discuss

1. It's been a while since I've done this, or much of anything on this blog, really. Maybe participating in Quick Takes will get me used to this again. I've gotten out of that state of mind where thin ... discuss

It's a war. If you don't believe me, just check out this article regarding the rights of families in Germany to educate their own children. Apparently, it's not allowed. Hasn't been allowed since...G ... discuss

Randi Yeager, 16-year-old prolifer and VP of AZ Teens for Life. Randi stepped in to help right as I had hit an all-time low with AZT4L, and I don't know what I'd do without the continued support and c ... discuss

As usual, when Democratic leaders can't take the heat they start name-calling. For Nancy Pelosi, it's not "lets debate the facts" it's more like "he took my ball and he's a big meannie." I mean really ... discuss

Mr. Obama checks out the bum of a 17 year old delegate from Brazil.   Please keep your eye on the ball Mr. President.  ... discuss

Courtesy of: www.christianparents.comHumanism is as old as the garden of Eden, but few know what it is. The idea of Humanism replacing Godism can be seen in the garden of Eden when Satan taught Eve th ... discuss

BLOGS FOR LIFE 2009JANUARY 22, 2009 FAMILY RESEARCH COUNCIL HEADQUARTERS WASHINGTON, D.C. PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE*Times subject to change. Keynote Speaker - Amanda C ... discuss

  By Ed Gillespie As the year draws to an end and President Bush enters his final month in office, there is much commentary about the Administration's record over the past eight years. Unsurp ... discuss

What unsuspecting miracleHas passed throughout this year?And circled round the smiling sunTo sit before us here? What angel changeling changed our livesSince she arrived from heaven,Bringing home the ... discuss

According to two blog posts by British reporters, very few journalists know who's prime minister of Canada. First up is David Blair of the London Telegraph, commenting that most of the G8 leaders ... discuss

You've gotten used to the smell of cow manure on a car trip to Raleigh.Saying "y'all" isn't just a cute expression; it actually means something.There are big labrador retrievers in the back of every t ... discuss

Time magazine is not always wrong. Sometimes they hit the nail on the head. To mix my metaphors they have gone further in that I think they might have pinged a home run ball off of the foul post by ... discuss

I am a dog lover. I can't help it; they love you no matter what. I am very fond of Shetland Sheepdogs but almost any dog and I get a long really well. We are rescue friends and have housed over a d ... discuss

Pumpkin pumpkin on the groundHow'd you get so big and roundPlanted as a seed so smallNow you are a great big ballPumpkin pumpkin on the groundHow'd you get so big and round (sing to tune of "T ... discuss

OK, let's get this out of the way: Zinedine Zidane is a legend. He's perhaps the greatest player since Diego Maradona. The guy has won the World Cup and European Championship with France. He's led ... discuss

Scientists have seen a firey ball of gas five thousand million times the size of our solar system zooming through a galaxy cluster millions of light years from Earth at speeds approaching 1000 kilomet ... discuss

Usually, I am pretty good at taking a lot of crap, and just sucking it up and driving on. Last night, however, I was approaching critical mass, and I had to let off some steam. So, as I was put ... discuss

He left the Catholic priesthood in 1998, he said, because he was tired of shielding his identity as a gay man from a church that condemns homosexuality. The Rev. Mariano Gargiulo, now an Episcopal p ... discuss

But for the infantry, the problem of persuading soldiers to kill is now a major one…That an infantry company in World War II could wreak havoc with only about one seventh of the soldiers willing ... discuss

What if Germany’s Chancellor Adolph Hitler submitted a name to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt for consideration as the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II? Do you think the ... discuss

Analyzing the John Roberts nomination and the impact of his eventual confirmation as a Supreme Court justice has been difficult, to say the least. On one side, conservatives are nervous because of Ro ... discuss

Reading the Wichita Eagle sports page this morning, I grew sick to my stomach. The headline reads, “Owens, McNabb silence Bengals.” 6D, August 27, 2005. See also “Owens, McNabb on same page - ... discuss

Over at Charlotte Capitalist we have a rather zealous objectivist fisking Rick Warren. No argument here that Warren needs fisking, but atheism is an illogical dead-end by any standard. Even Ayn Rand b ... discuss




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