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The moral dividend from replacing Obamacare

The moral dividend from replacing Obamacare

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Issues | A federal judge in Florida has struck down as unconstitutional Obamacare's individual mandate and along with it the whole edifice of government-controlled…

Our puzzling race problem

Our puzzling race problem

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Issues | The issue of race preoccupies Americans. Of course, it comes from the continuing burden of the injustice that predates our founding. This preoccupation was…

Planned Parenthood celebrates the season

Planned Parenthood celebrates the season

By Marcia Segelstein
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Issues | The Planned Parenthood website is festooned for the season with decorative snowflakes and the words "Choice on Earth" emblazoned across its home page. No one…

The tyranny of government unions

The tyranny of government unions

By D.C. Innes
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Issues | If the corruption in little Bell, Calif., were merely an isolated case of bizarre circumstances, the rest of us could laugh and be glad we live elsewhere.

Law to protect 'gender expression'

Law to protect 'gender expression'

By Marcia Segelstein
Posted

Issues | The Canadian House of Commons is currently considering a bill that would prohibit discrimination on the basis of "gender identity" and "gender expression."

Personal 'morality'

Personal 'morality'

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Issues | People who take polls for a living will tell you that depending on the methodology, the sample, how a question is asked, and the understanding of the ones…

Why pay for more population control?

Why pay for more population control?

By Ken Blackwell
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Issues | The late British writer Malcolm Muggeridge once puckishly observed: "There's a bright lining to this terrible abortion cloud. In a hundred years, there will…

What we lose when we fly this year

What we lose when we fly this year

By D.C. Innes
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Issues | When you were a child, your parents told you not to let anyone touch you in your private places except your parents themselves or a doctor. Now that you're an…

Still thankful

Still thankful

By Cal Thomas
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Issues | As millions of us gather at tables to offer thanks during this uniquely American holiday (OK, Canada has one, too, but without our Pilgrims), most will…

Government overreach at the airport

Government overreach at the airport

By D.C. Innes
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Issues | Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, flies coach between his district and Washington, D.C. He says he always has, and as speaker of the House he always will. That's a…

Pushing back on pedophilia

Pushing back on pedophilia

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Issues | Another day, another free-speech controversy. This is actually a repeat performance for Amazon.com, which in 2002 weathered a storm over listing Understanding

Facebook, gays, and Rush Limbaugh

Facebook, gays, and Rush Limbaugh

By Marcia Segelstein
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Issues | Facebook is making a special effort to block anti-homosexual references from its pages. Unfortunately, the social networking site isn't applying the same kind…

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