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Desire to rethink modern identity
More and more often, my speaking engagements that focus on faith and culture have wound up, in the Q&A session, turning quickly to politics. People need to be informed and engaged, we often say. They are now. More than…
Promoting compulsory sexual education at the UN
What is the Tea Party, who do they represent, what do they stand for, and are they here to stay?
A recent report to the United Nations sought to impose a 'right to sexual education'
The word ‘fetus’ is offensive, dehumanizing and manipulative
A law professor at Oxford University argues that use of the word 'fetus' obscures our perception of moral reality.
The Closing of the Muslim Mind
A deformed theology has produced a dysfunctional culture.
The last of the legendary Mitfords on her eccentric family
The bright young things had a devoted mother who is the real heroine of this memoir.
Comedy central as double entendre
So much to say about comedian Jon Stewart and his popularity as the most trusted journalist in America…(he’s not a journalist and those polled were mostly young adults for whom Stewart is their only source of news)…and the elections.
Prom and primary school
Primary school proms - the next big thing.
A blunt message for Canadian progressives
A coalition of
ethnic minorities, faith groups, fiscal conservatives and struggling
have elected an unlikely mayor of Toronto.
Don’t appreciate the president? It’s your fault.
Usually, politicians down in the polls and in voter sentiment find a way to adjust their positions and examine their performance and at least make the appearance of shifting toward the political center. Not Obama...
Binge drinking and hooking up as policy problems
Are we prepared to propose solutions? Are we prepared to define them as problems?
Germany re-enters history
Chancellor Angela Merkel recently declared that Germany's policy of multiculturalism "has failed totally". What comes next?
Facebook birthdays: taking the easy way out
Over a month ago, I celebrated my birthday. It’s always been a big deal in my family and with friends. And now with the advent of Facebook I love the event even more.
NPR reveals itself
And its a picture of entrenched ‘liberalism’ and intolerance. Reaction has been swift to their firing of Juan Williams, and there will be more consequences.
When you’re just not correct enough
We’re in an extremely touchy social/political climate right now. But is it really Americans in general, or big media and politicians and powerful interest groups who are generating such sensitivity to how we express ourselves?
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