Topic: intellectual

How many times have you listened to sermons, read articles, or read books which inevitably point to the "failings of the church?"  It seems like it's a constant theme.  The church isn't doin ... discuss

By Christine De BaetsDepending on people’s backgrounds, some like to challenge the pro-life position on scientific grounds, others on philosophical grounds. A particular point of intersection of the ... discuss

When talking of sanctification we need to avoid the two most obvious extremes. There is, on the one hand, the legalistic hypocrisy of pharisaism in which one conforms externally to a standard of rules ... discuss

  Guest post by Alexandra Kilgore I was born with a disability, Multiple Pterigium Syndrome. It is so rare that my specialist, top-tier doctors often know far less about it than I do. It’s ... discuss

As Berger explained, Christianity, in twentieth-century America, has transformed into a non-cognitive commitment. As a result, the binding authority of the Christian moral tradition has been lost. ... discuss

Modern man, afflicted with a variety of itches, sees no use in poetry and the rest of the liberal arts, unless they can teach him marketable skills such as writing a half-sensible memorandum. Hence ... discuss

Many parents are concerned with the direction of education in the nation today. Children are not being taught what they need to learn. In the past, American textbooks were always picked by local schoo ... discuss

This post is the first of three in a series on Preaching in a Secular Age. I began my chapter on preaching and postmodernism in We Cannot Be Silent with these words, “A common concern seems to emerg ... discuss

Because of their conservative outlook, the growing church clergy members in our study took Jesus’ command to “Go make disciples” literally. Thus, they all held the conviction it’s “very impo ... discuss

Finally, Please!by Seton Motley, Contributing Author: Despite what you have heard from the Left and the media (please pardon the redundancy), now-President-elect Donald Trump ran on a full panoply of ... discuss

We have lost a great writer, civil libertarian, free speech absolutist, jazz historian, and pro-life advocate, Nat Hentoff, who died today at 91. As an atheist, Nat took much heat from his fellow libe ... discuss

Hurry up. When the angels went away from them into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let us go over to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has made known to ... discuss

Fr. René J. Butler, M.S.Director, La Salette ShrineEnfield, NH(Click here for today’s readings)In 2013, I read Bernard Lonergan’s Insight. It is a philosophical analysis focused on that instant t ... discuss

The Presbyterian hierarchy simply responded — with a hammer, mind you — to Machen’s provocations. That could have been the case but no one argued that. They largely reduced Machen to a cantanker ... discuss

by Kerby Anderson, Contributing Author: Graeme Wood gives us a chilling picture of what Islamic jihadists are really like. His new book, The Way of the Strangers: Encounters with the Islamic State, i ... discuss

On Nov. 30, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) teamed up with Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands to sue the State of Alaska over abortion restrictions. This marks th ... discuss

More Free - Less Governmentby Seton Motley, Contributing Author: The media (and the entire media-Left-NeverTrump contingent) remain steadfast in their opposition to now-President-elect Donald Trump. ... discuss

To address the present we surely need to avoid the clichéd pieties of political correctness that serve only to bolster special interests. But we must also resist the simplistic populist rhetoric of r ... discuss

2 January AD 1883; transferred to 3 January* Charles Porterfield Krauth was born in Martinsburg, Virginia (now West Virginia), on 17 March 1823. He was son of the noted Lutheran pastor Dr. Charles Ph ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Thomas Sowell, who retired from his syndicated column last week, may be the greatest public intellectual of our time.Though he is “an original,” an iconoclast, ... discuss

In Matthew 2:11 it is written: "and on entering the house they [the wise men] saw the child with Mary his mother. They prostrated themselves and did him homage. Then they opened their treasures and of ... discuss

“They believed every man must find his own place in a world in which a place has been made for him”. Ralph Husted, an Indiana businessman and classic-liberal, wrote those words in reference to the ... discuss

The pro-abortion legal activist organization Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ) recently changed its name and expanded its mission, but even though the goals of the organization are in direc ... discuss

His tolerance, then, for opinions he thought mistaken cannot easily be derided as facile or woolly. Rather, it can be attributed to his belief that “my own eyes are not enough for me” (An Experime ... discuss

For Bart Gingerich, a fellow with the Institute on Religion and Democracy and a student at Reformed Episcopal Seminary, becoming Anglican was an intellectual journey steeped in the thought of ancient ... discuss

Christians must face the fact that a denial of the virgin birth is a denial of Jesus as the Christ. The Savior who died for our sins was none other than the baby who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, ... discuss

On Sept. 24, after years of effort, the National Museum of African American History and Culture was finally opened to the public. The Smithsonian’s new museum has been rightly praised for its detail ... discuss

As I pondered the central aspect of the Christian faith, Jesus, I began to become more convinced that Jesus was the Christ promised all throughout the Old Testament. He truly was the Son of God who ca ... discuss

“Here‘s how Alan Jacobs is praying for everyone in Washington but president-elect Trump: I am praying that people in our government who hold some power power and possess at least a little inte ... discuss

by Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: Fake News - As we head into the holidays, it is getting hard to keep track of how many of the election-related "hate crimes" have been proven false. Not only are ... discuss

by Art Carden:“As every individual, therefore, endeavours as much as he can both to employ his capital in the support of domestic industry, and so to direct that industry that its produce may be of ... discuss

December 23rd, the Church celebrates the optional memorial of St. John Cantius, (c. 1390 – 1473) otherwise called John of Kanty or John Kanty, the 15th century Polish priest and theologian whose int ... discuss

Greenwich, Connecticut, Dec 16, 2016 / 12:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Young Americans are dying at a rate not seen since the Vietnam War. But they are not dying in combat - they’re dying of the eff ... discuss

Columnist Dave Barry got this one just right: “The problem with winter sports is that — follow me closely here — they generally take place in winter.” On the other hand, winter ... discuss

This may come as a shock to some people, but no one is entitled to an opinion. The only opinion you have any right to is a well-informed opinion. If you can't reproduce your opposition's arguments in ... discuss

Thomas C. Oden, one of the most gracious and respected theologians of our times, died yesterday at age 85. Professor Oden made the pilgrimage from theological liberalism, and what he acknowledged as a ... discuss

A friend shared an article with me from someone named Catherine Deveny about what she calls "financial abortion", the idea that if a woman can decide she doesn't want to be a parent and opt out throug ... discuss

The Christian Research Journal have published an online copy of an article I wrote for their journal last year: In a recent op-ed piece in the New York Times, the distinguished philosopher of science ... discuss

ANNOUNCEMENT Collegium sanctorum angelorum announces the establishment of a new college to serve traditional Catholics and the establishment of the college’s supporting subsidiary, Heavenly Roa ... discuss

...these descriptors immediately come to mind when I read about anti-Trump protesters burning American flags, beating Trump supporters and destroying private property. Their shameful and often br ... 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

I published Friday’s post a couple days later than I wanted to because my home Internet connection was down. In that post, I reflected on the degree to which elite arrogance had led to Don ... discuss

Mr. W. and I were just talking about how difficult it is not to simply absorb the culture in which you live because no one can really stand outside his own time. Maybe a little, in flashes, but n ... discuss

Last month Claire and I were blessed to participate in a reunion party involving people from the Christian Brotherhood’s early years. It was a momentous event as more than 50 of us celebrated the gr ... discuss

Well, I missed a week because of Memorial Day. Oh well! Listening To:Our teens and some of their friends meet on a weekly basis to work on a capella singing - including both secular and sacred pieces. ... discuss

During a recent appearance on Late Night with Stephen Colbert, talk show host and former news anchor Katie Couric made the following comment: “I was at a scientific conference at the Vatican a coup ... discuss

Jesse Bernstein of Tablet blames Donald Trump on Jon Stewart. Well, partially, at least; he does admit upfront that there are plenty of factors in the matter. But apparently Stewart and his The Daily ... discuss

Image Source: Institute for Competitive Intelligence.Over the last few years, liberals have had their egos stroked by studies which report that they are smarter than conservatives. For instance, a few ... discuss

One challenge Christians face, particularly millennials, is the apparent challenge Science poses to articles of faith. To be brutally blunt, most of this appearance of challenge stems from the inabili ... discuss

(Full disclosure: Stephanie is a friend and I have had the pleasure of engaging in pro-life activism with her. As such, I'll be referring to her by her first name because it feels weird to me to call ... discuss

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Jason B. Ladd is a Marine who grew up in a military family. He spent many years as an agnostic/atheist. Now he's a followers of Jesus and specializes in apologetics. His book, ONE OF THE FEW, is par ... discuss

 The enormous impact of a baby’s “first kick”By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. If you want to peruse stories all day long, go directly to nationalrighttolifenews.org and/or follo ... discuss

Egg Boy’s arguments may have been weird, but thankfully, he didn’t look like this. by Jacqueline Hawkins We don’t know his name … so we’ll just call him Egg Boy (not to be confused with ... discuss

We are created in God's image because we have freedom & higher intellectual abilities that we makes us capable of connecting, comprehending and relating with our Maker. Too often, these abilities are ... discuss

Whatever else you know about the Bible, I’m sure you know this: It lays out a sexual ethic that displays God’s intent in creating sexuality and that challenges humanity to live in ways con ... discuss

By Talia Emanuel“Do you love what you do?”I stared into the eyes of the fifteen-year-old girl. Our conversation had settled into somewhat of a lull, meaning only that she’d gone from screaming a ... discuss

“Jesus loves me — this I know, for the Bible tells me so.” This is a childish error? Evangelical Christianity has a big problem, says Andy Stanley, and that problem is a reliance on ... discuss

The year 1976, the very year that many Americans came to know that evangelicals even existed, continues to reverberate throughout evangelical Christianity. The towering giants of the evangelical world ... discuss

Students at St. John Bosco, Rochester, NY(Photo source: stjohnbosco.org.)On April 28, the National Catholic Register published an article by Peter Jesserer Smith on the growing number of Catholic scho ... discuss

Russell Kirk (via Wikimedia).That the Republican Party must reform or become irrelevant is increasingly obvious to most people. The hardest fact to deal with is that the voter base has shifted leftwar ... discuss

By Michael JohnsWhen I first became engaged in national public policy and politics in the mid-1980s, the conservative movement had a saying, which I believe originated with former Heritage Founda ... discuss

Oddly enough, according to a couple of sources, Associate Justice Antonin G. Scalia’s best friend was AJ Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Said Marcia Coyle on PBS NewsHour Weekend, Scalia, who passed away Satur ... discuss

Missed last week's show? No Problem. Now in the Archives: Guest: Author Tom Horn and Producer of the just-released film INHUMAN, on the morphological transformation (which promises in the very n ... discuss

My family and I watched the first episode of "Born This Way" today. Its the new A&E reality show about a social group of young adults with Down syndrome in Los Angeles. These young people bowl togethe ... discuss

Takanini Community Church in Auckland are hosting a Towards Belief event with this blog’s Matt. Towards Belief follows Australian pastor and host, Karl Faase as he travels to the UK, USA and A ... discuss

"Yes, I am a fundamentalist," says Cardinal BurkeSourceAs I recently blogged [HERE], one of the topics covered by Pope Francis in his speech before the Joint Session of Congress was the the dangers of ... discuss

This pro-choice woman set up this campaign, but she isn't too young to remember that the real truth about pro-choice folks is the exact reverse of what she believes is true. She writes about her frien ... discuss

Mr Rowe writes: Drawn in part from the writings of Christian Reconstructionists, that narrative recasts modern-day Republicans as the racially inclusive party, and modern-day Democrats as the racists ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

Has the patristic era lost its relevance for modern hermeneutics (i.e., interpretation) or exegesis? Not only do they have much to teach our age, but I hold that they are indispensable guides to the d ... discuss

I am finally back on the blog!  I have been so busy the past two years working hard to build content over at Catholic Sistas's Homeschooling Series that I had abandoned this blog.  Sorry abo ... discuss

The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds, there is none who does good. – Psalm 14:1 Fred Butler, of Hip and Thigh, returns for his second ep ... discuss

Summary On Apologetic MethodDr. Greg L. Bahnsenfrom the bookAlways Ready Directions For Defending The FaithThe Nature of the Apologetic Situation:1. The controversy between the believer and "unbelieve ... discuss

Carl Trueman writes in First Things about the fact that modern universities seem designed to prevent vigorous-yet-civil debate about contentious issues.  As the progressive tribe solidifies its h ... discuss

Dear Dr. Tyson:I want to communicate to you my horror and displeasure at your response to a Daily Beast interview, which has been widely reported statement in which you compared the Catholic belief in ... discuss

In recent days I have been amazed and sickened by some of the vicious comments I have heard directed at Chris Kyle, the soldier portrayed in the new movie American Sniper, and I felt I could help peop ... discuss

Andre, I apologize for not clearing this with you first, because I don't want it to look like I'm calling you out. I'm not. I just think that you make some valid points in your comments, and I'd say t ... discuss

We need more men like this.  (And more Cardinal Burkes.)  Do not lose hope.  Stay close to the Lord.  And support those who are doing good.  The article below concerning the S ... discuss

What can possibly account for this? Is it moral brazenness? Is it intellectual blindness? Is it ideological stubbornness? Perhaps a combination of all three?Whatever the cause, it is more than a littl ... discuss

Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Novels and Stories, Volume I by Arthur Conan Doyle My rating: 3 of 5 starsThat this collection of detective stories is classic fiction is beyond question. Nevertheless, n ... discuss

First... it's been several months since my last post. I didn't realize it was that long!Ah, life. May involved my oldest daughter graduating from college and a trip to California for that. June saw a ... discuss

by Samuel Gregg June 12, 2014 (Public Discourse) - One hardly need say that religious liberty is a subject of some urgency for many Christians today. In some cases, it is literally a matter of life an ... discuss

by Eric Metaxas June 5, 2014 (BreakPoint) - Every spring for the past 27 years, writers and other intellectuals have gathered in the Welsh town of Hay “to think about the world as it is,” ... discuss

John Shore is a sometime author, Huff-n-Puff blogger, and former "rabid anti-Christian" who claims to have become a Christian after hearing a cartoon voice in a rarely used supply closet at work.No, I ... discuss

by Steve Jalsevac Pope Francis certainly has a way of stirring things up, as we can see again from today's report on his lengthy interview with the Jesuit magazine America. That magazine, by the w ... discuss

I've noticed that there's a lot of people who like to present themselves as a revolutionary, or "outside-the-box" intellectual. Of course, in reality, they aren't.This drives me bleeding mad.Summer ha ... discuss

from Austin Ruse of C-FAMImagine you are all alone. There are lots of people around you but still you are all alone. No one comes to be your friend. At school you eat alone. After school your only fri ... discuss

The War Against Population: The Economics and Ideology of Population Control by Jacqueline Kasun My rating: 5 of 5 stars A host of issues such as poverty, hunger, AIDS, and Global Warming have been ... discuss

"Although I was an emotionally abused child, and a sexually abused teenager, I believe the worst abuse was inflicted by the judicial system. In retrospect, I was exploited by two self-interested attor ... discuss

“Compassion and Choices” wants Arizona and other states to pass laws that allow doctors to poison their patients. They used to be “the Hemlock Society” but now they call themse ... discuss

Jerome Lejeune was born in France in 1926. Captivated at the age of 13 by Dr. Benassis, the hero of Balzac's novel 'The Country Doctor', he too wanted to become a country doctor, dedicated to the care ... discuss

This is an attempt to outline 6 of SOME of the best things in life. There are many others for sure, but I limit myself to these. They cost almost nothing but yet are so enriching.1. Silence:The i-seri ... discuss

In a previous post, I offered my radical (root cause) analysis of the current moral crisis in the world. Now for an even more radical analysis, of a deeper root cause, a systemic ill at foundational l ... discuss

Praise God that Stan did such a wonderful post, that I should highlight, and adopt... "It's time to restate the main positions of this blog: ATHEIST INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITIES IF Atheists b ... discuss

I think few Americans have read the Constitution that our elected officials have sworn to uphold. Those of us that have read it rarely stop and think about what it doesn't say. I attended a lecture ... discuss

by John Stonestreet September 4, 2012 (Breakpoint.org) - Forty years ago, in “A Theory of Justice,” the late philosopher John Rawls made the phrase “veil of ignorance” part of America’s inte ... discuss

The post might as well be entitled with the simple assertion known to philosophers throughout the ages that all human thought is the consequence of a free will choice. That "thought" which is involunt ... discuss

Ever wonder who is is on the opening montage of the Glen Beck show who says  “I want the people of America to be able to work less for the government and more for themselves."?It is president C ... discuss

I know that the topic of artificial birth control and some of the stigmas involved is not a very popular discussion in western culture these days. Still, Mary Eberstadt writes about Pope Paul VI encyc ... discuss

I know that the topic of artificial birth control and some of the stigmas involved is not a very popular discussion in western culture these days. Still, Mary Eberstadt writes about Pope Paul VI encyc ... discuss

Another Leftist attempt to declare their opponents psychologically unfit. Such attacks go back a long way. There was a big burst of it among academic psychologists from 1950 onwards and the Soviets ... discuss

Parents who chose to educate their children at home do so because at some point they find themselves frustrated with the school system and have decided that the government school experience is simply ... discuss

Dearest Ones, Forty nine young mothers went into the Building for Women in the past 2 months and allowed their innocent baby to be torn apart by the unusually cruel torture of abortion- except for one ... discuss

at Catholic Online"Every kingdom divided against itself will be ruined, and every city or household divided against itself will not stand."Our house is divided and may not stand much longer.  We' ... discuss

The following excerpt from The Well and the Shallows was posted today at the American Chesterton Society, and I enjoyed it so much I am shamelessly re-posting the entire thing here. (Photo Source) I ... discuss

"If fathers would invest as much time and effort in their children’s spiritual welfare as in their physical, material and intellectual development, they would then unlock the real treasures of fathe ... discuss

Openness to life is at the center of true development. When a society moves towards the denial or suppression of life, it ends up no longer finding the necessary motivation and energy to strive for ma ... discuss

http://http://www.americanpatriotspress.com/Founding%20Fathers.htmlFrederick Douglass was a man who loved freedom. He loved his country. He was an orator, author, women's suffragist and statesman. He ... discuss

"As one would expect, the whole abortion industry is founded on lies; for its progenitor is the father of lies:The lie that the unborn child is not really a human;The lie that even if a human, he or s ... discuss

During this observance of the Sanctity of Life in many churches during the end of January, we need to ask some questions and pursue intellectual honesty. When we say we're prolife, are we consistenly ... discuss

The Center for Women of Faith in Culture is hosting the first annual God, Faith & Culture Evangelical Women’s Conference on April 30th, 2011 in Arlington Heights, Illinois. But this is not just a ... discuss

Having lived in Korea for more than six years, I've suffered my share of irritations--but not so much from Korean people. Rather, it is some of the expats and the so-called "Korea experts" that piss m ... discuss

This post is in response to a discussion I was having with an old friend on Facebook about the post on Scot McKnight's blog called Beck's Black Robe Brigade . It's just too long to post on F ... discuss

When I in my early teens, I procured a copy of the then newly published Don't Check Your Brains At the Door: A Book of Christian Evidences by Josh McDowell and proceed to devour it. (Note: As I haven' ... discuss

A few months ago, I began writing a piece on the teachings of Beth Moore. The fine writers at CT were working on a similar project which became a recent cover story and companion article. There is m ... discuss

Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell recently amended the state’s FY2011-2012 budget to exclude tax-payer funded elective abortions for low-income residents. This has sparked a furor within the pro-choic ... discuss

Bio: Dr. James F. MooreHISTORIC stuff. Over six years ago, utilising ground-breaking social media networking and blogging technology, Jim Moore, while working at Harvard, initiated and led the campa ... discuss

Being a student of higher learning, after my catechetics class, I went on YouTube. Although YouTube has a lot of really sketchy and ill-produced videos, there are some gems that can be found.Today I d ... discuss

In last week's NRO Robert P George eulogizes Elizabeth Fox-Genovese. If as was the case with me, this farewell is also an introduction, then it will be an inspiring and poignant one.Elizabeth Fox-Geno ... 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

[From "The Naked Communist," by Cleon Skousen]CURRENT COMMUNIST GOALS (1963) as contained in The Congressional Record:1. U.S. acceptance of coexistence as the only alternative to atomic war.2. U.S. wi ... discuss

What follows is an editorial from the 02/09 Roanoke Times. Its author is transparently an exponent of the functional-person view, thus parroting ethicists such as Peter Singer. The down side is that R ... discuss

ENTERPRISE 2.0?... GOINGON NETWORKS IS ENTERPRISE 2.0I came across Dan Farber's post on \"Enterprise 2.0 = Next Generation IT\" and the various discussions around the term \"Enterprise 2.0.\" His coll ... discuss

I'm not so sure of the results on this test, but it was fun to take nonetheless.INTP - "Architect". Greatest precision in thought and language. Can readily discern contradictions and inconsistencies. ... discuss

Now that I am back to blogging, by God's grace, I would like to try to post something "new" every day. Here on Jordan's View my preference has been to offer fresh, original content, but I need to be ... discuss

Newt Gingrich has eagerly embraced the role of political Catholic, taking on liberal Catholics and President ObamaBy Amy SullivanMonday, August 24, 2009Visitors to the Basilica of the National Shrine ... discuss

Perhaps I'm behind, but Catholic Vote released two more Imagine the potential Ads.I love them so much, I really do. And one for the Moon Landing Anniversary...These ads honestly just make me smile. It ... discuss

Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Journalism, Hillsdale CollegeMY REMARKS are titled tonight after the words of General Stark, New Hampshire's great hero of the Revolutionary War: "Live free or die!" ... discuss

I was listening to Glenn Beck's radio program this evening when he talked about reading a book that Stu never thought he would pick up. It's called, "Philip Drew Administrator," which Beck traces as t ... discuss

"Is it nothing to you, all you who pass by?Look and seeif there is any sorrow like my sorrow,which was brought upon me,which the LORD inflictedon the day of his fierce anger."Lamentations 1:12Such a p ... discuss

Woo woo woo!!!! Let's give our guest blogger a big hand or at least a hearty round of comment typing. Zhang Jun is a close friend of mine. He works for the Chinese Government in Dongguan, China (near ... discuss

I'm continuing where I left off Saturday by placing questions and "new angles" about the Christian story along side Orthodoxy as I know it. These Davinci Code sort of questions are all the rage at the ... discuss

Here is another reason to stay away from Windows software - as if you needed another. This came out after Warren Buffett anounced he would give Bill Gates' charity a mountain of money:Fr. Thomas J. Eu ... discuss

From the New York Times, on the future of Sarah Palin: Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, a conservative group, called it a “top order of business” to determine Ms. Pali ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston A few weeks ago we wrote about the undue and disingenuous attack led by Barack Obama's Chicago HQ perpetrated against Chicago radio host Dr. Milt Rosenberg. Well, last week the ... discuss

I feel just like Roger below about this interview. Charlie Gibson's sneering condescending tone, looking down over the rim of his glasses like he's some snobby intellectual made me a little sick. Bu ... discuss

Hi! This is JacqueFromTexas, your moderator on A View From The Sidewalks. I'm so pleased to share this story with you about two of my favorite people: My new friend, Lauren from My Choice, His Life, w ... discuss

I have decided to start a new series of blog posts. From time to time I am going to post about heros I have met or heard about. I don't have many heros and the ones I do have are usually are not the ... discuss

I'm growing less fearful of Obama with each comment that gets posted to my previous articles. Why? Simple. It appears that his supporters aren't exactly what you'd call "intelligent." To be precise, m ... discuss

If you thought the labor issues surrounding the immigration debate is all about farming or hospitality, you're wrong. I'm not advocating one position or the other -- I'm advocating reasonable d ... discuss

The Canadian Human Rights Commission has been sicced on Free Dominion.  One Marie-Line Gentes, claiming she was offended by comments posted at the conservative web forum, has launched a complaint ... discuss

It simply refuses to talk with anyone who doesn’t already agree with them. We have a policy at Greenpeace that we no longer debate people who don’t accept the scientific reality of anthrop ... discuss

I was shocked today when I saw on Michelle Malkin's blog that Kid Rock would be performing at an inaugural concert hosted by the Bush daughters. Now, I don't pretend to have listened to much of this ... discuss

Here's a great article written by Jeff Huffman who happens to be Nash's Daddy and you can go visit his Mommy's blog at Mauzy's Musings. Jeff Huffman column: Celebrate a new holiday -- Disability Aware ... discuss

The Most Rev Andrew Hutchison, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, preached last Sunday morning at Christ Church Cathedral.  Since I kinda sorta vaguely intimated that I might say some ... discuss

OK, so the World Cup is over. That doesn't mean Applejack won't throw out a few soccer nuggets from time to time. There were two important decisions in the world of soccer that deserve mention... ... discuss

I’m sitting in the Decatur, Texas, Starbucks doing my annual mid-year review. Some might think I’m nuts vacationing in one of the hottest and driest places in America, but it happens to be half-a ... discuss

The popular drive time radio sport stalk duo, Mike Francesa and Christopher Russo, were discussing today the ramifications regarding two New York Yankees who have used steroids. High-priced mercenarie ... discuss

Unbelievable – Questiontime panellists express touching concern about the child’s need for a father in the Natalie Evans case, as a justification for destroying the child’s lifeI couldn’t beli ... discuss

Scientists are called to discover, but that calling is jeopardised when ideology intrudes into scientific debate. Uwe Siemon-Netto, UPI religion columnist, suggests that some proponents of Darwinian ... discuss

*Application to Join Al-QaedaIt asks for your hobbies. Not a joke. Check out Jose Padilla’s application produced by the prosecution yesterday and partially reproduced at Michelle Malkin’s site. Re ... discuss

The first chapter of Rodney Stark's new book The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success was printed in the New York Times on Christmas day. Stark argues ... discuss

Below is the text of Bishop Wiegand's remarkably well-written letter on the dismissal of Marie Bains. For those who aren't familiar with this ongoing story, you can visit Katelyn Sills' very active b ... discuss

It’s a matter of intelligence grounded in principle. I speak on the fundamental requirements of a Supreme Court Judicial nominee. For strict constructionists, this equates to a nominee with the int ... discuss




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