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A Young Conservative

TJ Martinell describes just why I may vote for Ron Paul: I say without any exaggeration that our current government has strayed so far from the constitutional republic as originally conceived by the Founding Fathers that drastic changes must be […]


All They That Labored by Jennifer Howard. Generations of Protestant Christians have heard God speaking through the language of the King James Bible. Four hundred years after it was first published, in 1611, it still has an unrivalled reputation as […]


AP: “Furor in Greece over pedophilia as a disability.” Greek disability groups expressed anger Monday at a government decision to expand a list of state-recognized disability categories to include pedophiles, exhibitionists and kleptomaniacs. The National Confederation of Disabled People called […]


The New York Journal of Books reviews Cain’s Legacy: Liberating Siblings from a Lifetime of Rage, Shame, Secrecy, and Regret by Jeanne Safer. You can read a short excerpt here.

Liberal Censorship

Why Liberals Favor Campaign Season Censorship by A. Barton Hinkle. Liberals are nearly united against Citizens United. This means they are nearly united in favor of censorship. But that has not stopped the Supreme Court decision from being roundly denounced […]

Executive Overreach

Michael McConnell: Democrats and Executive Overreach. One reason so many Americans entrusted Barack Obama with the presidency was his pledge to correct the prior administration’s tendency to push unilateral executive power beyond constitutional and customary limits. Yet last week’s recess […]


California’s High-Speed Rail to Nowhere by Charles Lane. In announcing the appointment of a new economic adviser last summer, President Obama emphasized his commitment to fact-based policymaking. It’s “more important than ever,” he said, to get “recommendations not based on […]

Caring Less

Study: Younger Christians Care Less About Church. See here.

Global War

The Global War Against Baby Girls by Nicholas Eberstadt. Over the past three decades the world has come to witness an ominous and entirely new form of gender discrimination: sex-selective feticide, implemented through the practice of surgical abortion with the […]

Hermit Kingdom

Preaching the Gospel in the Hermit Kingdom by Isaac Stone Fish. North Korea is a difficult place to spread the Gospel. In the last year, at least three Christian activists working on the border have been stabbed by poisoned needles, […]