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No ‘tolerance’ for Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s criticism of Islam — or for intelligence, either
Brandeis University’s decision to rescind conferring an honorary degree on undoubtedly the most intelligent critic of Islam, who has transcended the faith she was born and bred to, is only the latest example of the moral and intellectual confus... Full story
Heads-up California!
Agenda 21 is coming to your neighborhood, soon. Calwatchdogs’ James Paulo’s editorial concerning California Sprawl is the beginning of the clamor to concentrate the people of this state into high rise small apartments in large cities, sta... Full story
Born in the U.S.A.? Much desired but much questionable about it
Surely most Americans can appreciate how fortunate they are that they were born in this country. It is sobering to contemplate the misfortune of being born in either a third-world country or a despotism. Whatever limitations we experience in a free r... Full story
Bridging the GAP one display at a time
“A picture is worth 1000 words.” This has been said so many times that it has practically become a cliché. But the well-informed eye that frames the picture teaches us that some things are too horrible not to look at. The Genocide ... Full story
Top apps heal mind and body
Do you want to control your own health care? If so, you’re not alone. A societal shift to a more patient-centered, empowered care is taking place. Influential game changers in this adjustment, allowing people to play a more active role in thei... Full story
Committees of correspondence and free press still protect our liberties
Students of our history know that private, voluntary organizations were indispensable to winning American independence. In a time when crude printing presses and the postal service were the only means by which people scattered across hundreds of mill... Full story
The dead hand of the ‘old’ Soviet Union
Those quotation marks in the headline are not a mistake. But the overuse of the word enclosed in them is a mistake, and not a small one. “Old” things are not gone or dead; they are still around or alive. Why does no one refer to the Nazi ... Full story
Ridiculously small steps lead to a healthier lifestyle
Today, living a healthier lifestyle is at the top of many wish lists. The good news is that eating fresh foods, getting off the couch and exercising more, and making time to pray and read scripture contribute to better minds and bodies. And, perhaps... Full story
Lessons from history, learned and unlearned
Russia’s designs on Ukraine and the disappearance of a Malaysian airliner, though unrelated, are stern reminders of two sensible maxims: Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.and fighting the last war is often a losing p... Full story
How to trivialize our country’s plight: call it crazy, ridiculous or unbelievable
Name the issue—big government, environmental madness, corruption of higher education, sexual revolution—and you can be sure that many Americans are not taking it seriously. My evidence? The terms they use when telling examples come ... Full story
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