Monthly Archives: December 2012

Merry Messiah-mas!

My wife and I had occasion to be driving down Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood a few nights ago, on the way to a Christmas-time event. I happened to notice the theater where, many years ago, I saw the original release … Continue reading

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Marriage’s Day In Court

2013 could be a year to turn the tide in the social challenge to natural marriage in our nation! The U.S. Supreme Court has announced it will take up California’s Proposition 8—as well as a case attempting to overturn the … Continue reading

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Expanding Charitable Giving

Congressional leaders are being urged by religious leaders to encourage rather than constrain charitable giving in the midst of the current “fiscal cliff” or future tax reform deliberations. Charitable deductions have been a public policy that has proven its worth … Continue reading

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Hunger in America

Hunger is a reality for 1 in every 6 people in the United States. These are often hard-working adults, children and seniors who simply cannot make ends meet. They live below the poverty line and are forced to go without … Continue reading

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Unwelcome UN Vote

Over the objections of Israel and the United States, the UN General Assembly recently voted to elevate Palestine to the status of “nonmember observer state.” This occurred 65 years, to the day, after the UN General Assembly voted—in 1947—to partition … Continue reading

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