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The Utopian Vision and Cultural Hostility

by Dr. Paul Cleveland The contentiousness of the recent presidential election provides an apt occasion for us to ask the question, “Are we ‘coming apart’?” to borrow from the title of Charles Murray’s recent book. To understand the nature of the current hostility we must first find its roots. Indeed, the seeds of it were […]

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The Deception of Environmentalism

By Dr. Paul A. Cleveland The environmental movement was spawned in the 1960s by an assortment of radicals who viewed the problems of society as stemming from human action. Following the musings of Rousseau, they saw civilization itself as the ultimate source of human ills. They rejected the reality that the ills of this world […]

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Economic Goods and the Problem of Greed

By. Dr. Paul Cleveland It is sometimes thought that capitalism promotes greed. Indeed, critics of the free market routinely argue that people left to their own devices in the economic arena engage in all sorts of greedy behavior. But is this criticism valid? The proliferation of economic goods may indeed give us the appearance that […]

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New York Attorney General’s Office Runs Fake Facebook Profile to Spy on Pro-Life Advocates

Michelle Piccolo Feb 20, 2018 | 1:31PM Albany, New York In startling courtroom admissions during cross examination by Thomas More Law Center attorney, Tyler Brooks, the New York Attorney General’s star witness admitted she created a fake Facebook page pretending she was a pro-life Christian to develop dossiers and entrap pro-life sidewalk counselors who appeared […]

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Religious Freedom and Discrimination: Why the Debate Continues

By Albert Mohler – This is a first for me—writing a book review while flying over the northern reaches of the Atlantic Ocean. I’m returning to the United States after responsibilities in the United Kingdom, speaking mostly to pastors and other Christian leaders. Everywhere I went, from central London to rural Kent, the same urgent […]

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Does Accepting Homosexuality Curb the Spread of HIV? A 35-Year Experiment

By Paul Cameron, Kirk Cameron, and Kay Proctor – March 2, 2017 In 1981, a flush of gay infections announced the American AIDS epidemic. A debate ensued: should homosexuality be suppressed by closing gay bars and baths, outlawing homosexual activity, and rigorously enforcing laws against public sex, etc., thus dampening opportunities for homosexuals to spread […]

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Unpacking “The Shack”

By Rev. Clete Hux – What starts as a book often becomes a motion picture. This is certainly the case in pop culture. In a visually oriented age, aided by the fact that “a picture paints a thousand words”, many would rather watch a movie than read a book. Both what is read in a […]

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Sports and the LGBTQ Movement

By Clete Hux – The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat! This was a well-known quip from an ABC television commercial in the 1970s. It was a time regarded by many to be very unlike today. At that time another adage was heard from fans but especially from coaches. It was this: It’s […]

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