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God’s yoke

I hadn’t seen Flight until last night. If I’d seen it sooner, I would have credited it for its testimony about freedom in God’s grace, because it’s a topic I’m passionate about and I’ve written about here and here. Albeit crude and profane, Flight serves up Jesus-flavored humble pie to the altar of the self-willed … Continue reading

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The Microsoft CEO’s mistake was not realizing beforehand he was walking into a trap. Thou shalt have no other gods before equality: He had been asked to give his advice to women who are uncomfortable requesting a raise. His response: “It’s not really about asking for the raise, but knowing and having faith that the … Continue reading

The modern emasculated office

I work in a huge office equivalent to a medium-sized college. There are lots of attractive women working there whom I spend a lot of time not staring at. Fortunately I sit in an area comprised of about 80 percent men. Typical conversation pieces over the course of a day include the X-Men comics, ’70s … Continue reading

Hope Solo gets a pass

One of these athletes is being tried for assaulting two people: Ray Rice Adrian Peterson Hope Solo I know what you’re thinking. “Hope Solo, the goalie, America’s sweetheart?!” Yes, Hope Solo, the U.S. women’s soccer goalkeeper, was charged with assault in June. She punched and tackled her nephew, a minor, and attacked her sister. The … Continue reading

The enemy

Once upon a time, Americans wouldn’t vote for a Catholic for president because it was feared he’d take orders from the Vatican. Now, Islamists openly declare jihad on our laws and customs and no one bats an eye. In fact, we subsidize their subversive activities: A Muslim preacher has been secretly recorded explaining to followers … Continue reading

Defilement is progressive

Why hasn’t Hollywood produced a rom-com about a Nazi soldier murdering the Jewish boyfriend of his secret crush? It’s comedy gold! Jill Filipovic reviews a “rom-com” about abortion: Yes, Obvious Child is an abortion film. But it’s primarily a film that tracks neatly with romantic comedy construction and finds authenticity and humor in some of … Continue reading

“Confederate” Redskins

One PC barrier “overcome” in the figure of Michael Sam wasn’t enough to sate Mike Wise’s appetite for “progress” in the NFL. Last week the Washington Post sports columnist disowned the Redskins, conceding the team and its fans to the “Confederacy,” making Redskins fans cry. All this over a name and regional resentment over lower … Continue reading

This is not…

This is not a sign language interpreter. This is not a U.S. congresswoman. This is not a debate. These are not the foundations of a civilization that wants to survive.

There’s power in the blood

Government healthcare is working out swell for veterans. The VA requires its hospitals to provide care to patients in a timely manner, typically within 14 to 30 days, [Dr. Sam] Foote said. According to Foote, the elaborate scheme in Phoenix involved shredding evidence to hide the long list of veterans waiting for appointments and care. … Continue reading

Ukraine or Nevada?

“The founding fathers didn’t create a government like this,” Cliven Bundy says, but I harken back to the Whiskey Rebellion and think, Yes, they did.

"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by sword. The other is by debt." -John Adams 1826


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