Monthly Archives: July 2013

No Longer the “Shining City Upon a Hill”

If you’re wondering who’s outside the mainstream on abortion, it’s not conservatives. A recent polling reported by the Huffington Post found strong approval (59%) for regulations that restrict abortion after the 20th week of pregnancy, when babies are most likely … Continue reading

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Royal Blood

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a baby boy!  “His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge” is now the third in line to the British throne, behind his grandfather, Prince Charles, and his father, Prince William. His uncle, Prince … Continue reading

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The Pervasive Problem of PORN

It is not often that we find European morals to be worth modeling. But recently, in response to the growing international problem of online pornography, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced that, by 2014, UK public Wi-Fi and most households … Continue reading

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Premature Rush to Matrimony?

 The San Diego (CA) County Clerk, Ernest Droneburg Jr., has petitioned the state’s high court to stop other counties from issuing licenses for same-sex weddings, while it considers his legal arguments that homosexuals still can not legally marry in most … Continue reading

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Educational Discrimination?

Vanderbilt University, in Nashville, Tennessee, has disenfranchised over 1400 students (over 10% of their student body) from several religious student organizations, because the student groups wanted leadership of their associations to agree with the groups core religious beliefs, so they … Continue reading

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Lessons from Gettysburg

There’s been a lot of writing recently about the Civil War’s summertime Battle of Gettysburg, 150 years ago. New Smithsonian software has studied the terrain of the battle and revealed that General Robert E. Lee could not have seen the … Continue reading

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Wikiality

As you may know from using Wikipedia, the popular online information resource, a “wiki” is a process or document on the web that anyone can add to or modify.  If enough users agree, it becomes “true.” Political satirist Stephen Colbert … Continue reading

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