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Are Black Babies an Endangered Species? — An Interview with Ms. Catherine Davis

Frustrated by a perceived lack of success with minorities, the Georgia Right to Life recently hired a black woman, Ms. Catherine Davis, to make the case against abortion to minority audiences.  Ms. Davis began making the case that abortion is the key ...

March 2, 2010

Permanence Before Experience — The Wisdom of Marriage

Rightly understood, marriage is all about permanence. In a world of transitory experiences, events, and commitments, marriage is intransigent. It simply is what it is -- a permanent commitment made by a man and a woman who commit themselves to live f ...

March 2, 2010

Where Homeschooling is Outlawed — Asylum?

Uwe and Hannelore Romeike may have been considered outside the norms of civil society in their native Germany, but not in Morristown, Tennessee, where they and their five children now live.  The Romeike’s were banned from homeschooling in Germany and ...

March 1, 2010

Where Homeschooling is Outlawed — Asylum?

Uwe and Hannelore Romeike may have been considered outside the norms of civil society in their native Germany, but not in Morristown, Tennessee, where they and their five children now live. The Romeikes are homeschoolers who are determined to provide ...

March 1, 2010

Government Expectations

The present political climate in the United States reveals a wide range of expectations of the government.  Some citizens desire an expansive government that provides solutions to many of the problems of its citizenry.  Other citizens expect a limite ...

February 26, 2010

Is the Reformation Over?

The Rev. Eric Bergman thinks he has seen the future -- and it isn't Protestant. Known as Father Bergman now, Rev. Bergman became a Catholic priest after serving for years as an Episcopalian minister. His conversion to Roman Catholicism came, he relat ...

February 26, 2010

Mere Moral Opprobrium? Far More than Marriage is on Trial

Both sides in the federal trial over same-sex marriage have now rested, and the nation awaits the decision of U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker. Nevertheless, the judge's decision will not put the matter to rest, no matter his ruling. Both sides have ...

February 25, 2010

NewsNote: A Message from Michigan?

All laws are intended to have an effect, but one of the perverse rules of politics is that laws often have effects very different than those desired or expected. Beyond this, the operational reality of a law, once passed into statute and interpreted ...

February 25, 2010

Ask Anything Wednesday

February 24, 2010

Liberalism and Society

A recent article in Forbes magazine reveals that liberals and liberalism have pervaded every sector of society.  From the media to the university, a progressive approach to not only public policy but also humanity itself sets the agenda in most cultu ...

February 23, 2010

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