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Rick Manning by Rick Manning: Labor Day provides the opportunity to evaluate those government agencies that impact the workplace, and gauge if they are helping or hurting the employment situation ... discuss

By Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: Have you noticed how much earthquake and volcanic activity has been occurring lately?There was a major earthquake in Napa, California on Sunday, August 24th as ... discuss

Shamelessly pinched from here.I know I'm late to the party in denouncing the President's admitting publicly that he hasn't a clue what to do about IS. (I can't call it ISIS, that just makes me think o ... discuss

MLMs and pyramid schemes essentially have the same design. The only difference is that MLMs will include a real product{s} to mask the connection between them and a pyramid scheme- but they are depend ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by William Warren by Rick Manning: There are two more weeks until the Congress returns from its traditional August home-work period. While many scoff at the notion of elected offici ... discuss

I first heard several months ago from a friend who is a registered Libertarian about Libertarians for Life. Here’s the Libertarian Case Against Abortion from their website: One popular misconception ... discuss

James Madison warned in Federalist 58 that, beyond certain sensible limits, the larger the assembly of lawmakers, the more passion would rule over reason, and a small group of oligarchs would be the r ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by AF "Tony" Branco by Ken Blackwell, Contributing Author: Last fall the United States began, for the first time in almost 20 years, to produce more crude oil than it imported. Ar ... discuss

 by Rick Manning: President Obama has officially become the laughingstock of the world, happily ensconced in the wonderland of Martha’s Vineyard on one of his many vacations, while a junior var ... discuss

That is SO Last Century  by Seton Motley, Contributing Author: The Twentieth was the Century of the Welfare State. Governments the world over built and then continuously grew their domestic aid ... discuss

The Twentieth was the Century of the Welfare State.  Governments the world over built and then continuously grew their domestic aid money delivery apparatuses.  Tens of trillions of dollars were spe ... discuss

In Minnesota, a state full of dedicated pro-life advocates, the abortion rate last year reached its lowest since 1974. Credit for the continued decrease is due to pro-life citizens who have insisted ... discuss

It takes a special man to cram so much wrong into a mere 342 words.  Or an Old Grey Lady. The New York Times’ utterly ridiculous Editorial Board recently as one addressed Title II Internet regulato ... discuss

Via Alex Jones, so take that into account: A document released by the U.S. Army details preparations for “full scale riots” within the United States during which troops may be forced to engage in ... discuss

Peter Singer move over. There’s a new “bioethicist” in town who has moral directives for the world: Richard Dawkins. In a Twitter rant today, Dawkins pushed the notion that it is  ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: Ferguson, Missouri and its re-run of 1950s civil rights grievances has now achieved national stature with the dispatch of our black Attorney General, Eric Holder, ... discuss

From Renew AmericaBy Stephen StoneIn his well-reasoned book in support of the movement to impeach and remove Barack Obama titled Faithless Execution: Building the Political Case for Obama's Impeachmen ... discuss

A great alliance exists between two peoples who share principles of democracy, the rule of law, freedom of religion and speech, and human rights. That alliance and friendship between the American and ... discuss

Join the club Joe. Joe writes in the Washington Times: (via Newsbusters) I don’t think I’m ready to become a Republican yet … In good conscience, however, I can’t continue to c ... discuss

What the New York Times Wants - Intentionally or Not by Seton Motley, Contributing Author: It takes a special man to cram so much wrong into a mere 342 words. Or an Old Grey Lady.The New Yo ... discuss

Nigerian Christians killed by Boko HaramSyrian victims of ISIS slaughter by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: In the last century and now this one, I have lived long enough to have been alive when th ... discuss

Progressive historians have taught four generations of Americans to regard the American founders with suspicion--as would-be oligarchs seeking to protect their own class and economic standing. As we ... discuss

by Hans von Spakovsky: Attorney General Eric Holder suffered a huge loss last week in his war on election integrity. A federal judge refused to issue a preliminary injunction against North Carolina ... discuss

Any distrust Women of Color felt toward Planned Parenthood was kept out of the public eye until July 28, when the abortion giant blew any remaining shreds of good will. It was on that day a story P ... discuss

By Michael Johns               “He was tortured, beaten to death, strangled and then set on fire,” Laura Wilkerson said earlie ... discuss

Also saved in OneNote We used to call my dear friend, mentor and colleague, Dr. Jack Willke, the father of the pro-life movement. These days, as he nears 90 years old, we call him the grandfather of ... discuss

by Aaron Blake, Sean Sullivan and Chris Cillizza, The Fix, The Washington Post: The scene is set. With primary season nearing an end, we know who the nominees will be in almost all of the races that ... discuss

The Deliberate Underclass For several decades Black Americans by multiple measures – including literacy levels, employment and incarceration rates – out achieved their White peers. You would be f ... discuss

I can well remember back in fourth grade when I was introduced to the music of Tom Lehrer, the mathematician and musical satirist whose album This Was the Year That Was became very popular about that ... discuss

Throw a stone into a pond and the waters don’t remain still. At the point it breaks the surface, the water is disrupted by a small wave that continues rising ring after ring, expanding ever outward ... discuss

When a mother delivers a stillborn baby, the baby is born without any signs of life at or after 20 weeks of pregnancy. In the United States, about 1 in 160 pregnancies end in stillbirth, and most occu ... discuss

We used to call my dear friend, mentor and colleague, Dr. Jack Willke, the father of the pro-life movement. These days, as he nears 90 years old, we call him the grandfather of the pro-life movement. ... discuss

Seoul, South Korea, Aug 14, 2014 / 03:35 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On the first day of his historic papal visit to South Korea, Pope Francis urged local bishops to not only remember their rich history of m ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: Jimmy Carter was elected President for one reason—Richard M. Nixon. The feeling in the nation was that the born-again Sunday school teacher and Georgia Governor ... discuss

by Phyllis Schlafly: The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to th ... discuss

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As most of you know, when I was nine I lost my mom to suicide. All of this discussion about Robin Williams has me kind of sad and frustrated with where we are with mental illness in this world. My h ... discuss

Health writer Larry Bernstein of the Washington Post has written an excruciating column about how awful and painful it is to die by thirst. The article laments–as any civilized person would–the po ... discuss

Today is the memorial of St. Clare of Assisi.  the first woman to follow the life of radical poverty practiced by St. Francis of Assisi and founder of the Poor Clares.The Contemplative LifeW ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: “A greeting of peace from Muslim communities in my country: assalaamu alaykum”The speaker had what one might imagine, given his background, a better insight ... discuss

The church affiliation and planting ministry that Mark Driscoll founded, Acts 29, has removed Driscoll’s Mars Hill Church from their network and asked Driscoll to step down. Since I first read a ... discuss

It’s been a week or two since the last listing.  Every day I thought, “I should look up some free Kindle books,” and every day I ended up reading or watching a K-drama with that tim ... discuss

At first glance, the title of this essay seems a bit absurd. An assertion that the United States and Israel are alike is rather easy to refute. They are countries of vastly different size, geography ... discuss

When a national spokesperson and pillar of modern conservatism such as Michelle Malkin gives a political endorsement, it is indeed worth noting. And that is exactly what she did on August 5 when she d ... discuss

by Sean Hackbarth, Contributing Author: A few weeks ago, EPA quietly tried to reinterpret its authority and wanted to garnish wages from those who owe it a debt. After a storm of criticism from Mem ... discuss

By Wesley Smith, August 8, 2014 - Link to this article on his blog.Wesley SmithHealth writer Larry Bernstein of the Washington Post has written an excruciating column about how awful and painful it is ... discuss

Miss Mason believed that developing good habits was an important part of her educational method. The first step in that process is to “deliberately propose [those habits] to ourselves.” Sh ... discuss

A new report from Georgetown University suggests that public school children should be exposed to sexually explicit sex education at age 10 – while their views are still “malleable” – and that ... discuss

Why do married couples have sex? And how can they ensure that they keep enjoying the sexual relationship throughout their marriage? This weekend I read through a pair of recent studies from th ... discuss

Last week, the House voted to authorize a lawsuit against President Obama in response to his postponement of the Obamacare employer mandate. In our latest essay, we argue that only a more direct confr ... discuss

Rachel Held Evans is an ex-evangelical Christian turned liberal “Christian” blogger who whines a lot about traditional Christian gender roles, sexual rules, etc. as she plays the role of e ... discuss

With international attention zeroed in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Gaza, the suffering of Christians and Muslim minorities at the hands of IS (the Islamic State, formerly ISIS) is largely b ... discuss

Funny, but sad, and a bit nauseating: Kids tweet their gross new school lunches, tag Michelle Obama. And the pictures are, some of them, of excruciatingly nasty looking food. We had quite a discussion ... discuss

QUOTE:"Gammy was very sick when he was born and the biological parents were told he would not survive and he had a day, at best, to live and to say goodbye," the friend, a woman, told the newspaper, w ... discuss

Astronomy and religion have quite separate tasks, one teaching how the heavens go, the other how to go to heaven.  ~Cardinal Barberini to Galileo  Prologue: Science and scientists weren’t always ... discuss

Palestinian in Gaza covers his mouth to avoid breaking Hamas’ unilateral 72-hour cease-liar. (2014-08-02) — Just hours after Hamas violated the most recent ceasefire agreement with Israel ... discuss

 ObamaCare’s unfavorable numbers in July worse yet By Dave Andrusko As one observer put it gently, the Kaiser Family Foundation’s series “has been one of the friendliest polls to ... discuss

KISSIMMEE, Florida (www.forerunner.com) – Sanctity of human life advocates were joyful to hear the news last week that a circuit judge had granted a temporary injunction to prohibit all surgica ... discuss

Down syndrome advocate and mom Amy Truesdell Becker, recently wondered on her blog Thin Places on Christianity Today why the incorrect statistic that 90% of unborn babies prenatally diagnosed with Dow ... discuss

The other night, I ran across a headline in my Facebook feed which said that Michele Bachmann had suggested the children of illegal immigrants be put into labor camps. I forgot my own rule and “shar ... discuss

“The abortion industry should be warned that the time is now to hold them accountable for their horrific treatment of mothers and their unborn children,” said AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoe ... discuss

29 July AD 1030; transferred to 27 July Ólafr Haraldsson (also known as Olav, Olafe, Oláfr hinn helgi, and Olavus rex) was born in 995 to Harald Grenske and Åsta Gudbrandsdatter. While Snoore says ... discuss

Believe me when I tell you that attempting to reply to Justin Edwards' hit pieces about abolitionism has been a trying affair, but we nevertheless find ourselves at the end, as today we will answer ... discuss

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"ITS ABOUT TIME a book on Communion in the hand be written with such zeal for the Holy Sacrament. There is no denying that the foundation of the modern day crisis in the Church is the widespread conte ... discuss

Birgitta (Bridget) Birgerstotter was born in Sweden about 1303, daughter of the governor of the province of Uppland. As a child, she began to have dreams about the suffering of Christ. She was married ... discuss

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the Manhattan Church of Holy Innocents, which is on the potential list of Catholic church closings to be announced in September. In a move to combat the potential ... discuss

Today’s hearing in St. Joseph County Traffic and Misdemeanor Court appears largely have been confined to establishing the next hearing date for abortionist Ulrich Klopfer who faces charges that he d ... discuss

Tweetby Jonathon Van MarenI first heard of “abortion dreams” in university, in one of the first accounts of abortion I ever read. It was an essay published in a Norton anthology I had to purchase ... discuss

The Pro Life Movement has shown great success for the Pro Choice Movement because the Pro Life Movement is a deliberate extension of the Pro Choice Movement. They have made abortion stronger by pushin ... discuss

12 July AD 1998 Bo Harald Giertz was born 31 August 1905 in Räpplinge, Borgholm, Öland (Kalmar), Sweden. He came from a prominent family and his father was a noted surgeon and head of one of Sweden ... discuss

(This post, first published August 1, 2013, is an explanation of why there should be no termination without representation.) The unborn babies of the world today, November 15, 2013, are living their l ... discuss

Clinton Wilcox of Life Training Institute was kind enough to read the semi-final draft of this post and provide a brief but insightful critique. This does not mean that he necessarily endorses any of ... discuss

Clinton Wilcox of Life Training Institute was kind enough to read the semi-final draft of this post and provide a brief but insightful critique. This does not mean that he necessarily endorses any of ... discuss

he seventh anniversary of the publishing of Summorum Pontificum, the long-awaited motu proprio of Pope Benedict XVI replacing all former "indults" and freeing the Mass of All Times, the Traditional ... discuss

StreetWisePundit’s Chicago Crime Roundup Burglary suspect with knife shot by cops A Chicago police officer shot and wounded a 36-year-old man who police say lunged at the officer with a knife early ... discuss

I've been hard at work editing the old introductory article to my "Arminian vs Reformed theology" series and getting ready to re-post the series. In the meantime, here's some things I've stumbled acr ... discuss

In a recent post titled Evil as Entertainment, Reformed blogger Tim Challies takes certain watchblogs to task for harping on evil so much that they neglect to point out what is good and true. He feel ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

So far in the “A Look at the Rapture” series, we’ve introduced the subject, laid out the basic differences between the Pre-Tribulational rapture view and the Pre-Wrath rapture view, ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

So far in this series on the rapture, we’ve introduced the subject, explained the basic differences between the Pre-Tribulational and Pre-Wrath views of the rapture of the church, and looked at ... discuss

A group of United Nations member states representing all regions of the world, calling themselves "Friends of the Family", has introduced a draft resolution entitled "Protection of the Family", at the ... discuss

Summer Leisure Reading: Some of these are the sorts of books I categorize under my Kindle as ‘Mama Reads.’ Because these are titlest that are free due to being in the public domain, they a ... discuss

It is easy to go down into Hell; night and day, the gates of dark Death stand wide; but to climb back again, to retrace one’s steps to the upper air – there’s the rub, the task.  ~ ... discuss

Every time I think that Michael Voris can't get any more radical than he is, he surprises me. Now he has actually called for Catholics to stop financially supporting their churches and dioceses.In a r ... discuss

Allons-y!* Yes, it's high time I out myself as a huge nerd. Last night I attended a screening of the two-part Doctor Who adventure, "Rise of the Cybermen" and "The Age of Steel," seamlessly combined t ... discuss

The Star-Spangled Banner, which can be seen at the National Museum of American History.  by Amy A. Kass, Leon R. Kass & Diana Schaub, Intercollegiate Review: Can the American flag contribute to a ... discuss

(I just ran across an old college paper from years ago. Figured I kept it to put it to use, right? So, here it is.)   “While news is important, news interpretation is far more important” – ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

Justin Edwards has recently written a set of articles against us (and Russell Hunter in particular), claiming that "our teaching is deceptive" and that by it we put "the Body of Christ in imminent dan ... discuss

Father Justin WylieFather Justin Wylie is a priest from South Africa who is an Attaché of the Holy See to the United Nations. I have personally met him and attended Masses in which he has been the c ... discuss

There’s an interesting phrase in the opening sentence of this week’s cover story from TIME magazine. The article is titled, "A Preemie Revolution," and the first sentence reads as follows ... discuss

There’s an interesting phrase in the opening sentence of this week’s cover story from TIME magazine. The article is titled, "A Preemie Revolution," and the first sentence reads as follows ... discuss

G. K. Chesterton once wisely remarked that “there is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a book and a tired man who wants a book to read.” It may be true that ... discuss

I have found it very disconcerting and disheartening to see the way in which many Catholic blogs and websites report on news concerning the Catholic Church. I expect secular sites to report on events ... discuss

With last week’s release of the new Abort 73 (Huskies) T-shirts and tank-tops—so named for the UCONN jerseys they were inspired by—it’s a good time to revisit the underlying p ... discuss

With last week’s release of the new Abort 73 (Huskies) T-shirts and tank-tops—so named for the UCONN jerseys they were inspired by—it’s a good time to revisit the underlying p ... discuss

I am beside myself with joy to see a Facebook post by my old (88) online friend, Leona Choy, who is writing yet another book. Leona became a Catholic in 2005 when “God surprised her with an 11th ... discuss

The modern world is a “rights” world. This comes largely from Hobbes. The logic of a “rights” world is curious. It basically means that what we “ought” to be by “right” is owed to us. ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... discuss

KISSIMMEE, Florida (www.forerunner.com) – Almost 200 Osceola physicians, pastors and community leaders packed a 3-1/2 hour open microphone forum at Kissimmee City Commission meeting on Tuesday ... discuss

Christian, this was written for you.  (I hope that you'll give me a pass for not giving a full and complete Gospel presentation at the commencement of this article.)  It is entirely possible ... discuss

My response to Amanda Marcotte, one of the most vile feminists I've read in awhile on her column The Real Debate Isn’t About “Life” But About What We Expect Of Women, where she compares hav ... discuss

According to the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, “In 2010, guns took the lives of 31,076 Americans in homicides, suicides and unintentional shootings.  This is the equivalent of more than 8 ... discuss

A story getting no attention in the media. Pro-Family Demonstrations Draw Throngs Throughout Europe (1213) ROME — The mainstream media largely ignored the story, but Paris, Lyon, Brussels, Buchare ... discuss

As we prepare for the Feast of the Presentation (Sunday, February 2), I though it might be appropriate to describe a liturgy of the Church that is largely lost to most today, “The Churching of Wo ... discuss

President Barack Obama touched on his education plans for the upcoming year in the annual State of the Union address Tuesday, but his comments largely ignored looming problems facing students and scho ... discuss

The annual State of the Union Address is a time for the president to unveil his political agenda for the coming year and ask Congress to pass it. But President Obama largely showed the nation how he w ... discuss

Have you ever felt under-appreciated and unloved? Have ever felt as though your faithful work has gone largely unnoticed in life? If so, then you’re in good company. David, one of the Bible̵ ... discuss

Here’s a great piece by the Week’s Michael Brendan Dougherty on the persecution of Mideast Christians. Doughtery offers an explanation for why the human rights community in the West is lar ... discuss

Here’s a great piece by the Week’s Michael Brendan Dougherty on the persecution of Mideast Christians. Doughtery offers an explanation for why the human rights community in the West is ... discuss

Michael Brendan Dougherty at The Week: "And yet the Western world is largely ignorant of or untroubled by programmatic violence against Christians. Ed West, citing the French philosopher Regis Debray, ... discuss

Lizzie Velásquez is a 24 year old American woman who was born with a very rare disease (shared by only one other person in the United States) that doesn’t allow her to gain weight. She has been ... discuss

The great mandate to the Church can be called “educational,” for Jesus commanded His apostles to make disciples of all nations. A disciple is one who learns. One who “makes” a disciple teaches ... discuss

A panel of three federal judges has unanimously ruled unconstitutional a provision in New York City law requiring pro-life crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) to post notices and verbally advise potential ... discuss

This is a slightly revised and updated article I first wrote and posted in 2004 at this time.March for Life 2010 ascending Capitol Hill, heading to the Supreme CourtWednesday, January 22, will mark th ... discuss

by Kirsten Andersen NEW YORK CITY, January 17, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A panel of three federal judges has unanimously ruled unconstitutional a provision in New York City law requiring pro-lif ... discuss

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court largely appeared skeptical on Wednesday of a Massachusetts law that prohibits pro-life sidewalk counselors from coming within 35 feet of the entrance or driv ... discuss

Pastor Carl Lentz believes that Hillsong Church NYC's rapid growth and diverse congregation in just three years since its opening is largely due to the church's location in a city known for its divers ... discuss

George Weigel, National Review Online: The religious dimension of the EuroMaidan protests in Ukraine these past two months has gone largely unremarked. Yet in Kiev and elsewhere, the day’s activitie ... discuss

Mark, you write that in Jonathan Haidt’s apolitical political quiz, “none of the questions relates to economics; Haidt’s point, which seems right to me, is that politics remains largely ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

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6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... discuss

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

Hat tip to Mr. StuttafordWhile I can't say that I'm surprised at the "neutral" stance that The Guardian takes in its photo essay on the life of DPRK dictator and all-around swell guy Kim Jong-Il (char ... discuss

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I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

6 Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? 7 Is it ... 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

I'm a pretty selfish guy. All-in-all, most of the decisions I make on a day-to-day basis are informed (fairly thoroughly, I might add) chiefly by my own desires - whether in regard to the ways in whi ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss




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