Archives > July 2009

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An American dream dies

An American dream dies

By Cal Thomas
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Opinion | "See the USA in your government car" just doesn't convey the same spirit of independence and status

Speaking of the challenges ahead

Speaking of the challenges ahead

By Edward Lee Pitts
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International | Obama's oration calls for a new beginning between the United States and Muslims-now comes the hard part

Granite State gays can wed

Granite State gays can wed

By Alisa Harris
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Marriage | After lengthy deliberations over religious liberty, New Hampshire becomes the sixth state to allow same-sex marriage

The buzz

By Andrée Seu
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | "First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, that your faith is spoken of throughout the whole world" (Romans 1:8). What are some of the things…

A longing unfulfilled

By Megan Dunham
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Family | As children across the country have been celebrating the last day of school, my kids hosted their own end-of-school carnival for their friends in our…

The Ant and the Foolish Nation

By Lee Wishing
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Economy | Gulp. According to USA Today each American household is on the hook for at least $546,668 in federal government debt and obligations. Based on numbers…

In remembrance

In remembrance

By Jamie Dean
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China | Prayer and technology link Chinese Christians as they recall life-changing events 20 years ago in Tiananmen Square

'What's the catastrophe?'

'What's the catastrophe?'

By Jacob Parrish
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Environment | An expert panel testifying on climate change tried to answer Sen. Richard Lugar's question

Ambiguity

By Andrée Seu
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Faith & Inspiration | We always imagine that if we ever just made up our minds to obey God's will, it would be a simple matter of choosing the paths with the signposts clearly…

Frank Schaeffer's culpability, and ours

By Tony Woodlief
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Issues | The logic goes like this: If you call abortion murder you are now an accomplice to homicide. This is because, according to Francis Schaeffer's renegade son…

Charm & grace

Charm & grace

By Megan Basham
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Movies | Pixar sees its role as picking up where the classic Disney movies left off. With Up, the studio continues

From Judaism to atheism to Christ

From Judaism to atheism to Christ

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | Crime writer Andrew Klavan takes a turn at writing for young adults-but without the puppies

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