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The Liberal Media’s Anti-Christian Witch Hunt of Chip and Joanna Gaines

Bullying Christians may be a favorite strategy of the left—but it’s not necessarily an effective one. Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s popular show “Fixer Upper” may be sending that message without ever opening their mouths. In what can only be described as a politically motivated witch hunt, BuzzFeed posted a non-story about how the fan […]

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Study Confirms at Least 35 Million Girls in China Were Victims of Sex-Selection Abortion, Infanticide

A new study suggests that the estimated number of girls missing in China due to sex-selection abortions or infanticide, while still high, is lower than previously estimated.  The generally accepted estimate of “missing girls” in China is about 60 million. China’s onerous one child policy, recently changed to a two child policy, is heavily linked […]

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Debunking The Popular Myth That Porn Can Be Healthy

One of the more confusing things in today’s conversation around porn is the so-called “health” argument for watching. Many people claim that it is a positive and natural expression of sexuality and even helps attitudes and perceptions about sex. Sometimes you’ll hear an argument when someone is trying to justify watching porn. Sometimes you’ll hear it from […]

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Fatherhood: the antidote to the poverty problem

According to the World Bank, in the year 2015 the extreme poverty rate (less than $2/day) around the world allegedly dropped below 10% for the first time.1 Although this is good progress, extreme poverty, for 702 million people, remains an international crisis. We know that women and children are deeply impacted socially and academically by […]

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Changes in teens’ behavior, mood may signal difficulties managing stress, emotions

As a parent who helped his children navigate their teenage years, Barry Rose admits it can be hard to differentiate between adolescent angst and the emergence of a more pressing problem. As a licensed clinical social worker, Rose says changes in behavior, even subtle differences, may indicate a more pressing issue.

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Alzheimer’s Bill Is Government Overreach at Its Worst

The U.S. House of Representatives is preparing to consider a measure that would once again extend the reach of the federal government into areas best left to states, localities, and families. The bill in question, H.R. 4919, sounds innocuous enough—who could object to efforts to find lost citizens suffering from Alzheimer’s and autism? But when […]

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Why some couples choose to be married at faraway sacred sites

Sarah Syer and her husband Nate hiked 62 miles to their wedding. Their car didn’t break down. They didn’t ascend a remote mountain peak. Instead, they planned the pilgrimage to prepare their hearts for wedded life. “When you’ve been walking for 18 miles straight, you learn to rely on each other for encouragement and support. […]

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Lawmakers Miss Their Chance to Protect Religious Liberty

Victory. Those have been few and far between during the Obama era, but this week, conservatives can rightly say they secured a huge victory against the left’s radical agenda: America’s young women will not be forced to sign up for the Selective Service, the precursor to being included in a future military draft. Unfortunately, there […]

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The Revealing Backstory To The AASECT Position Statement On Sex/Porn Addiction

The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) has released what they are hailing as a “historic position statement” on porn and sex addiction. At the center of the statement is an assertion that the organization “does not find sufficient empirical evidence to support the classification of sex addiction or porn addiction as a mental […]

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France Threatens Free Speech, Votes to Shuts Down “Misleading” Pro-Life Web Sites

Lawmakers in France have voted to ban supposedly “misleading” pro-life web sites.  From a European news web site: After a heated debate, the French National Assembly has passed a bill to outlaw websites spreading misinformation about abortion. Pro-Life campaigners have been accused of pretending to give neutral information while putting pressure on women not to […]

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Go ahead, congratulate the newly engaged

Writing in Redbook magazine, Ashley Mateo recently pronounced, “I absolutely hate wishing people congratulations on their engagement, and I won’t do it anymore.” It’s a free country. Ms. Mateo, like everyone else, is entitled to speak (or not speak) as she likes. But let’s run through some of her objections to “congratulations,” a word most people would consider […]

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