Archives > December 2005

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Mythbusters

By Gene Edward Veith
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Television | The show's affable crew of experts and handymen takes urban legends-those "true stories" that circulate from person to person-and puts them to the test

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

By Gene Edward Veith
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Movies | Despite bad language and serious horror, Goblet of Fire is in many ways the most positive of the series

Chair in the door

By Hugh Hewitt
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The entire machinery of judicial nominations seems to have ground to a halt under Arlen Specter's leadership

A reasonable religion

By Marvin Olasky
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Interview | Author Rodney Stark on how Christianity changed politics, economics, and much besides

Beginnings and ends

By Edward E. Plowman
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Religion | A conservative Baptist pioneer dies, historic mainline denominations shrivel, and other religious news

Good-mood conservatives

By Warren Smith & Russ Pulliam
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Politics | Republican rising stars Mike Pence and Mark Sanford are making all the right enemies

Left behind

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India | Millions of lower-caste Indians remain untouched by a booming economy

Trading spaces

By Jill Nelson
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Israel | Kicked from Gaza, where do settlers go? To the Negev, where Israel will add billions and subtract Bedouins to make it livable

Restoring the reality principle

By Paul Weyrich
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Commentary | The last column of a twelve part series on "the next conservatism"

Mailbag

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Make them visible Thank you so much for including Courtney Lancaster's article about the child soldiers in Uganda ("Child soldiers," Nov. 12). I am deeply…

Beyond knee-jerk giving

By Marvin Olasky
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Creative ways to support-and reform-your alma mater

Ugly things

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Loud shouts and lack of knowledge disfigure today's attempts at discourse

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