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How Does Growing Apostasy Prove That Christians Are Getting Closer to the Truth?

What is to be celebrated, then, is not apostasy but faithfulness, not deception but steadfastness, not moral laxity but moral firmness. Continue Reading....

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Green Flames: London’s Lesson

Blue flames are products of extreme heat but green flames are products of extreme environmentalism. Continue Reading....

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Political Violence: 'As American as Cherry Pie'

Someday, I hope, I’ll sit a couple of grandkids on my lap and tell them about the days when Americans abstained from political violence and settled all our differences peaceably through the democratic process. Continue Reading....

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For Father's Day – Grateful for an Old-School Dad

My father made me wear hand-me-downs – even though I was our family’s only boy, with five sisters. Continue Reading....

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The Winners Are the Russians

You set off to invade and disrupt the election process of a global competitor. Your desire is to weaken the others government. Continue Reading....

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Advancing Scientific Integrity on Bees

Putting a beehive at the VPs residence could spur peoples understanding of bee problems. Continue Reading....

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Yes, Joy Reid, POTUS Name Checked "Assata Shakur" in #TrumpingCuba

Yes, how cynical of President Trump to insist a remorseless cop-killer perhaps one of the most calculating in American history be returned before we open the golden doors to Cuba. Continue Reading....

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Why Are We So Divided?

What do these events have in common? Continue Reading....

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The World Made Simple by Supply and Demand

Central bankers, Presidents and Prime Ministers, Oil Sheiks and even main stream media types forget or refuse to accept, when it comes to decision making, that most basic of economic principles, the Law of Supply and Demand. Continue Reading....

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When the Berlin Wall Began to Crack

Thirty years ago this week, President Ronald Reagan stood at a lectern in what was then West Berlin, framed by the Brandenburg Gate behind him. Continue Reading....

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