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Should Copyright Laws Exist at All? by Sean W. Malone. Whenever politicians get especially excited in naming a piece of legislation, it’s a pretty safe bet that the bill will do the opposite of whatever the name says. With a [...]
Psychology in the Bedroom by E.E. Smith. A noted specialist has come out with a simple prescription for what to do (and not to do) in the bedroom. As he explains it: “Psychologically, people need to use the bedroom for [...]
Christians and Ron Paul: A Counterpoint by Alex Tokarev. In a recent WORLDmag.com column, D.C. Innes argued against Ron Paul’s candidacy. The main reason: The candidate’s “opposition to moral legislation,” which is swiftly interpreted as a “failure to appreciate the [...]
Why Last Saturday’s Political Conclave of Evangelical Leaders Was Dangerous by David Neff. The 150 evangelical leaders who met behind closed doors on January 14 to anoint a Republican candidate for President were wise not to have invited me. I [...]
Obama’s Overreach by Brian Bolduc. An ex-professor of constitutional law, President Obama understands an unsettling truth about executive overreach: It’s unconstitutional only if somebody squawks. Sure, the Constitution says the president can’t make an appointment without the Senate’s consent. But [...]
Here’s an excerpt from The Secrets of Happily Married Men by Scott Haltzman.