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Hate crimes vs. religious freedom

"Hate crimes are incompatible with religious freedom." That’s what I heard a religious rights expert say on the radio the other morning. If it’s an either/or situation, is the most obvious answer not to protect religious freedom – one of the core principles of our...

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Palestinian persuasion

For years the Palestinian people have been taught by the rest of the world that violence is an acceptable form of political discourse. Every grievance they have with Israel results in attacks toward the Jewish people and world condemnation of Israel for retaliation. Why is...

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Thoughts on the passing of Jerry Falwell

While many on the right are sending their condolences and many on the left are rejoicing, the thoughts I found to be the most sincere and heartfelt belong to, surprisingly enough, Al Sharpton.

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Nigerian Rental Scam

This past week, I was almost the victim of a Fake Money Order Rent Check Nigerian scam.  No, not the typical 419 scam, but one that I was not aware of.  They look at home rental ads, and pose at potential renters.  As it turns...

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NY Times: We’re Not Biased…Wait, Yes We Are!

A correction that appeared in today’s New York Times offers a hilarious example of their bias (hat tip: Best of the Web): An article on Tuesday about President Bush’s defense of American policy in the fighting between Israel and Lebanon incorrectly described the planning that...

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Can sexual predators be rehabilitated?

Now that we know the murderer of Clemson student Tiffany Souers was a repeat sex offender and been convicted of rape multiple times, the questionbecomes – can sexual predators be rehabilitated?

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