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March 15, 2010

Homosexual Group Attacks Statement Signed by Generals, Admirals Opposed to Homosexuals Serving in Mi

A conservative pro-military group is defending a statement it issued, and which was signed by more than 1,000 retired generals and admirals, in support of a 1993 federal law that says it is illegal for homosexuals or bisexuals to serve in the U.S. military. The signed statement is being criticized by a homosexual activist group that is relying on a PBS news report about the issue.

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March 12, 2010

ObamaCare’s Two Americas

The dirty little secret of President Obama's health care plan is that it will bring a major and irreversible upheaval to America's labor markets, says Benjamin Domenech, a former political appointee at the Department of Health and Human Services and the managing editor of Health Care News.

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March 12, 2010

Geriatric Britney Fans

I was swimming laps while about 14 sweet little ol' ladies were being led through a 30-minute water aerobics workout on the other side of the pool. But the music they were exercising to surprised me. I didn't expect Lawrence Welk... I mean... this is water aerobics. I would expect something with rhythm. But I didn't expect Britney Spear's song, "If You Seek Amy," with its explicit sexual lyrics!

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March 11, 2010

When Debating A Liberal, Start with First Principles

There are only two rules you need to know when debating a liberal. Rule Number One: You must define the debate in terms of First Principles, which is to say, you must be able to articulate those principles.... Rule Number Two: You must distinguish between liberals and Leftists.

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March 11, 2010

Student Loans and Uncle Sam

Will the Democratic Congress use “reconciliation� to shove their version of health care reform down the throats of an unwilling electorate? That’s the issue grabbing all the headlines these days. But a recent Wall Street Journal editorial points out that the majority in Congress is also ready to use reconciliation to sneak another government takeover through Congress, this time with little fanfare. The legislation would ban private lending companies from issuing federally backed student loans.

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March 11, 2010

Who Poses the Greater Threat

Politicians love pitting us against the rich. All by themselves, the rich have absolutely no power over us. To rip us off, they need the might of Congress to rig the economic game. It's a slick political sleight-of-hand where politicians and their allies amongst the intellectuals, talking heads and the news media get us caught up in the politics of envy as part of their agenda for greater control over our lives.

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March 10, 2010

Lawmakers Back Life-Destroying Research

Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., and Rep. Michael Castle, R-Del., have reintroduced legislation that would reinforce President Obama's executive order on embryonic stem-cell research.

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March 10, 2010

Charges Filed in Georgia Assisted-Suicide Death

Four members of the assisted-suicide network, Final Exit, were charged on Tuesday with helping a 58-year-old Georgia man kill himself.

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March 10, 2010

Ga. Bill Would Outlaw Abortion for Race

A Georgia bill that would outlaw abortions based on race, color or sex is fueling arguments over whether abortion providers are targeting black women.

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March 10, 2010

Swedish Newspapers Publish Prophet Muhammad Drawing

At least three Swedish newspapers on Wednesday published a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad with the body of a dog after an alleged plot to murder the artist who created it was uncovered in Ireland.

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March 10, 2010

Millennial Seekers

As a growing segment of young adults are returning to the revolutionary Christianity of the 1st century – gravitating to the ancient traditions of the faith – a new Pew Research Center study finds another large portion of the Millennial Generation doesn’t identify with any religious tradition, describing themselves as “atheist,� “agnostic� or “nothing in particular.� While youth today face an increasingly confusing, media-driven culture offering mixed messages about Christianity, some churches are using innovative outreach methods as God mobilizes the largest generation in modern history to help the poor, sick, orphans and widows and spread the Good News.

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March 09, 2010

Adult Stem-Cell Research Advances in Iowa

An Iowa organization is trying to increase the production of ethical adult stem-cell research.

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March 09, 2010

U.S. Census Has ‘Policy of Self-Identification’ for Same-Sex Couples

What kind of questions are going to be on the U.S. Census form? Just ten “basic� questions, says the U.S. Census Bureau. And on a question about relationships, same-sex couples may go with personal preference rather than truth.

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March 09, 2010

Sen. Lieberman Proposes Legalizing Bisexual Behavior in the U.S. Military

Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) introduced the “Military Readiness Enhancement Act of 2010� last week, which would allow homosexuals and bisexuals to openly serve in the United States Armed Forces. Lieberman told CNSNews.com that the bill would legalize homosexual and bisexual activity in the military.

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March 08, 2010

Veritas Lectures at SES: Why Marriage Can and Must Be Saved

Robert P. George and Maggie Gallagher, nationally-renowned speakers, authors, and experts on marriage. Both were key proponents of California Proposition 8 and Robert George, the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, was the primary architect of the recent Manhattan Declaration. They are also the founders of the National Organization for Marriage. This lecture will focus on marriage and current challenges to marriage by the homosexual agenda and other influences.

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March 08, 2010

The Postmodern Presidency

President Obama is our first postmodern president, and his first year in office has been a test case for several key tenets of his politicized brand of postmodernism.

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March 08, 2010

Trapped in Pop Culture?

Many churches, rather than enter the cave of pop culture in order to lead its prisoners out into the brighter, more wondrous world of the grand tradition of Christian life, liturgy, and learning, have simply settled into the cave, chained themselves to the fleeting forms of pop culture, and concluded that this, after all, is the only reality that matters.

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March 08, 2010

Talking Points on Healthcare

After a year of warm-ups and struttin’ around, Washington’s politicians are in the starting blocks, and the mark is at “set.� Health care reform seems ready to blast down the track – or, down our throats? Christians really need to be ready to talk about this issue, but not as an isolated issue. For the movement for health care reform begs the larger issue of the role of government in American life. Here are some resources to guide your thinking and inform your conversations...

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March 08, 2010

Your View of History Matters

Does one’s outlook on history matter? That is, does our understanding of the nature and flow of history make a difference in how we live?

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March 08, 2010

Chuck Colson’s Two Minute Warning: New York, New York

Is crime caused by poverty, poor parenting, lack of education, or something else? Recently, major cities have experienced sudden drops in crime. Why? Watch Chuck Colson as he identifies the true cause of crime from a Christian Worldview.

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