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Change illegal immigrant term?
The controversy has mostly been about what to do with roughly 12 million people who entered this country illegally and then dissolved into the population. During frequent and heated arguments, sometimes a side controversy has erupted over calling them…
When a woman claims to be a man, should the
university and the press play along?
Endless outfits with limited clothing
The key to a great wardrobe, for both guys and girls, is the ability to mix and match the various items in order to create new looks with the same pieces.
30 for 30 – Repurposing your wardrobe
This week I finished a 30-day fashion blogger challenge. I had to pick 30 items from my closet (including shoes but excluding accessories) and remix them into 30 different outfits to be worn over a 30-day period. No outfit repeats,…
The imperial precedent for Wikileaks
The 1918 equivalent of Wikileaks was the disclosure of a British plan to carve up the Middle East between England and France.
For military and families
The news stories continue to trot out about individual atheists and other anti-Christians bringing lawsuits against any public symbol of the faith. "They keep chipping away, one manger scene or cross at a time, but can you imagine them…
Thank you. Merry Christmas. And many, many more of these...
Sudan on the brink
What are the odds on the Euro’s survival?
This is probably the farthest from our minds right now. Or at just about any other time of the year. Sudan? What’s going on there, and who’s paying any attention to that?
The debt crisis has exposed fundamental weaknesses in the European Union.
My holiday playlist
My Christmas Music playlist
The evergreen C.S. Lewis
Whew! Christianity has not been washed out of
film version of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
Growing up: marriage is a great motivator
For most people large, tight families who do just about everything en masse is the stuff of legend, or reality TV shows. But as the oldest of ten children I live with it every day. This article, for example, was…
Christmas on the Ivory Coast
Repeal the lame duck session
During our festive season busy with parties and shopping and decorations and family gatherings, news headlines can easily escape notice. Especially when they’re about far away and practically unknown countries with their never-ending political unrest. Trouble is, behind the…
How do members of government voted out of office get to return for a few final weeks of raw legislative power to force into law controversial bills unpopular with the people before the election?
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