Tagged: News

Blogs you may not be reading

The blogosphere is exploding with growth, with new blogs popping up everday. Most with very little fanfare and exposure. Not that Two or Three is rolling in traffic here, but I thought I would direct our readers to some worthy sites that they may not...

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‘Vote Christian’ is Anti-Jewish?

Rev. Jerry Falwell is often the left’s poster boy for the religious right. Sometimes he makes some statements that place him on the fringe of the Evangelical movement. Sometimes he does some stupid things, but the Anti-Defamation League needs to focus on something a little...

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The Gospel according to Bono

The question has long raged in Christian circles – Is Bono a Christian? Sure, he says he is, but is he “really.” I think this interview answers that question pretty emphatically.

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Guilty pleasures

In recent discussion on this blog, it has come to light that I have an extensive knowledge of 90’s Pro Wrestling and enjoy an artistic kung fu movie or two. Because of this knowledge, it has been insinuated that I am, in fact, a “dork”...

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More Analysis on the Supreme Court’s Hair-Splitting

There is some great analysis on yesterday’s hair-splitting decisions from the Supreme Court on the 10 Commandments. Paul Mirengoff of Powerline examines some of the legal reasoning in these cases. Hugh Hewitt says that long-time court watchers were not surprised by the decisions. George Will...

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The Supreme Court and the 10 Commandments

The Supreme Court today issued it’s long-anticipated ruling in McCreary County vs. ACLU which dealt with whether displaying the 10 Commandments in a public building such as a courthouse is constitutional. While the display was disallowed in the case before the Court, the justices determined...

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A horrible Supreme Court ruling

The latest Supreme Court ruling has upheld land seziure by the city of New London, CT, who took private residential property for in order to destroy the homes in the area to allow developers to build a riverfront hotel, health club and offices.

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Burning the flag and swearing on the Bible

Two current political issues that are just beginning to make waves are the proposed flag burning amendment and an Islamic group’s challenge to the tradition of swearing on the Bible. I’m sure our normal readers all believe they know what stance I am going to...

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