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None Dare Call It Bias

The following was taken from the Associated Press, written by Clive Anderson: The results of a sociological study in Sweden have sent shock waves throughout academia.  Researchers Fula Houtaire and Horst Dunge of the Malmo University Sociology Department have released their massive longitudinal study that covered a ten-year period and involved extensive interviews with over […]

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When Sports Matter

I have a quiz for you. Ready? Identify the following athletes: Mitch McKee, Tyler Carron, Nikko Landeros, Jen Lee, Andy Yohe, Steve Cash. Brady Roybal, Declair Farmer, and Alexi Salamoni. You would impress me if you could correctly identify even one. Two weeks ago, the names meant nothing to me, and I consider myself a […]

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Rewriting History

Pretend for a moment that it’s 1973, and I am a Supreme Court justice.  In Roe v. Wade, seven of my colleagues have concluded that a woman has an unfettered “right” to abort her child.  The justification for this right found by my fellow justices is that the unborn child is not a person under […]

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Everyone Is Out To Lunch

Once in a while I come across a story that has so many facets to it that an entire book could probably be written analyzing each facet.  Such a story comes from Utah. On January 28 of 2014, the Unitah Elementary School in Salt Lake City got itself into some very hot water.  During lunch, […]

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Auto Bailouts: The Myth And The Reality

At the 2012 Democrat National Convention, Bill Clinton electrified the crowd when he said, “Now there are 250,000 more people working in the auto industry than the day the companies were restructured. Governor Romney opposed the plan to save GM and Chrysler. So here’s another jobs score: Obama two hundred and fifty thousand, Romney zero.” […]

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Two Stories

When Paul Corez left work that night in 1982, he looked forward to meeting his wife and four children and three other relatives for a fun night out. When they didn’t show, he began to worry. He called home, but there was no answer. Well, they must have left home, he reasoned. Did the car […]

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Roe Ruminations

I write this essay on the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade. The exact number of unborn children who have been murdered is impossible to determine, but most experts put the count between 50 and 60 million. Many historians consider the Holocaust, with over 6 million killed, the most heinous crime in history. But when […]

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No Room At The Inn–Or In The Church

This past Christmas Eve, I was attending a Vigil Mass at a church where my good friend is a deacon. For the past three years I have joined him, his wife, and his four daughters for dinner after the Mass, so I am very aware that this 4 p.m. Mass, often called the “children’s Mass,” […]

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God Is Wrong Again

In my last article, I complained about the endless puff pieces regarding so-called homosexual breakthroughs in American society, and although I had no intention of writing again about homosexuality so quickly, I was struck by a recent news story that cried out for commentary. This recent event involves Reverend Frank Schaefer, an ordained minister of […]

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All Hail The Queen And Queen!

Is it just me, or are there others out there who are getting more and more annoyed with these almost daily “personal interest” stories on the internet, television, or in newspapers that feature some new “breakthrough” for homosexuals?  Whether it has to do with homosexual marriage or homosexual adoption or homosexual clergy or homosexual (fill […]

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