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The Truth About Parenting And Smartphones

Recently, journalists and researchers have been blaming smartphones for bad parenting. They want us to put down our devices and focus on our children. But they’ve got it all wrong. It is no wonder that anxiety plagues the modern human. We seem hopelessly confused. We love our tools; we can’t stop creating new technologies, always [...]

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Across the U.S., Key Victories for Marriage, Life, and Religious Freedom

So much that is so dark and wrong is happening all around us this summer, in the U.S. and around the world – so much violence and misinformation and political maneuvering and upheaval. And all of it with the potential to impact our lives, our children, and our churches. In these days, it’s easy to [...]

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US judge blocks enforcement of new Louisiana abortion law

A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of Louisiana’s restrictive new abortion law. But lawyers disagree about whether his order covers doctors at all five of the state’s clinics or only two doctors and three clinics. District Judge John deGravelles says the law can still take effect Monday. But he says officials cannot penalize the [...]

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Quirky Discipline Rules That Work

I’ve made a lot of bad rules in the decade I’ve been a mom, from irrational threats (“No graham crackers in the house ever again if you eat them in the living room even one more time”) to forbidding human nature (“You may not fight with your sister”). But occasionally I’ve come up with rules [...]

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The Fight Against Political Correctness

The political correctness movement has spun out of control at schools nationwide. The latest victim is a student’s ability to say, “Bless you” in the classroom without fear of a grade deduction. The polite saying is now under assault by the PC police looking to restrict student’s rights. Just how far will the political correctness [...]

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Modern Bondage: Slavery is Very Much Alive Today

As anyone who has studied history knows, the man-made evils the world faces today – war, terrorism, abortion, poverty, and the rest – share an ancient provenance. Technology can increase or diminish the scale of these evils, and in some cases it can even introduce novel expressions of them, but on a fundamental level we [...]

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What you can tell about a country’s future by looking at its gender balance

The human sex ratio, which is usually defined in terms of the number of males per 100 females, varies greatly between countries and regions. The biological norm is for the sex ratio at birth to be about 105 more or less everywhere – meaning just over 51% of births are boys and just under 49% [...]

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I don’t think there’s a compassionate way to murder infants

Dear PBS, This is quite the bold move. As a third rate, tax subsidized broadcasting outfit with a viewership in the single digits, I’d expect you’d try your best to fly under the radar. There is, after all, no conceivable reason for you to exist, nor is there a solid justification for spending tax money [...]

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Polygamy Ruling Triggers Renewed Controversy Over Marriage

Polygamy joined same-sex marriage in the national spotlight this week as a Utah federal court ruling triggered renewed controversy over what constitutes marriage. Gay rights activists and plural marriage advocates have long debated with the religious community over their rights to enjoy the same conjugal benefits as monogamous, straight couples. Some see the court’s decision [...]

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Hawaii Governor Blames Loss on Gay Marriage

Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie said he lost his bid for re-election in a Democratic primary because of his decision to call a special session to legalize gay marriage. Republicans are allowed to vote for Democrats in Hawaii’s open primary, and Abercrombie said they chose to vote against him because of his support for gay marriage [...]

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Citizens huddle up for praying football team in GA

According to atheists at the American Humanist Association, the only bowing down on a knee at Chestatee High School’s gridiron should be a quarterback downing the ball, as any semblance of prayer will result in a lawsuit.   The message AHA is sending the Hall Country School Board is loud and clear: cleanse the school of [...]

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