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Bay Area Dems

SF Bay Area Democrats make Joe Wilson seem like an amateur.

Without God

Cardinal George Pell, archbishop of Sydney, Australia, has an interesting, lengthy paper, Without God We are Nothing.


Now I know why he calls himself The Cranky Conservative.

Yale Prof

Don’t miss this Diana West post, Yale Prof: Danish Motoons “Objectionable,” Incest, Polygamy OK.


What’s up with the man-cession?

Less Religion

Less Religion Means More Government here.


I was just listening to the playoff game between the Rockies and the Phillies, and after getting the first two hitters on base in the top of the 8th, I heard the radio announcer, former major leaguer Rick Sutcliffe, comment […]

Universal Healthcare

A former healthcare speech writer for Edwards, Obama & Clinton on living without insurance in Massachusetts. Since I care more about my country than my personal pride, here’s how I lost my insurance: I moved. That’s right, I moved from […]

Unlearned Lessons

You can read the Preface to Unlearned Lessons: Six Stumbling Blocks to Our Schools’ Success here.

Roman Polanski II

Carson Holloway, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Nebraska, on Roman Polanski, Hollywood, and the Mystery of the Missing Outrage: The arrest in Switzerland of Roman Polanski, and his possible extradition to the United States to stand […]

The Ice Melt

Where are the headlines? Where are the press releases? Where is all the attention? The ice melt across during the Antarctic summer (October-January) of 2008-2009 was the lowest ever recorded in the satellite history. More here.

CBO Report

The lead-up to last night’s news constantly repeated that the “independent” CBO report was showing that the Baucus bill would end up “saving money.” Anyone, who thinks that creating a vast government health care program will lead to a “savings,” […]

Textual Criticism

C. Michael Patton on Textual Criticism in a Nutshell here.


A while ago I posted on the good changes taking place at Liberty University, while it seems things have been even more remarkable at ORU. In May, In Trust president Christa Klein and editor Jay Blossom visited Oral Roberts University […]