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Childbirth: safe, legal -and becoming rare

By Roy Maynard
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International | in Rome - Four-that's how many times Deborah Vela is stopped in the two blocks between the bakery and the tobacconist on Rome's Via Della Lungara. She's…

TV: The limits of V-chips

By Roy Maynard
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Television | Cultural conservatives should be careful what we ask for: While The West Wing is violence-free, it's more offensive than the violent Harsh Realm-a key…

TV: Orwell with muppets

By Roy Maynard
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Television | Turner Network's production of the anti-totalitarian classic Animal Farm rings true

Out of this world

By Roy Maynard
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Two sure-fire hits are shocking by today's abysmal television standards-but each for different reasons

Burned out

By Roy Maynard
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National | Burning Man art party turns out to be more meaningless than offensive, irrelevant than irreverent

Pax Americana

By Roy Maynard
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Culture | New family network shies away from Christ

TV: TV goes over the edgy

By Roy Maynard
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Television | With Action, the Fox network competes with cable by breaking new ground in broadcast sleaze

Reviews: Charmed, I'm sure

By Roy Maynard
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Culture | TV shows and books aimed at young people are building up the latest fad: pop-culture paganism

Contempt of court

By Roy Maynard
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Culture | Showtime makes a mockery of the battle over Clarence Thomas's elevation to the Supreme Court

Books: Traveling by the book

By Roy Maynard
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Books | Authors: annoying (and sometimes delightful) travel companions

Between malls & martyrs

By Roy Maynard
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National | Today's teens are more affluent and less rebellious; are they more open to the gospel than past generations?

Poking into Pokémon

By Roy Maynard
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Culture | The latest kids' fad is not evil, just empty

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