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Published: 2016-10-13T16:10:26Z

 



WORLD: Hobby Lobby’s Civil Disobedience

2013-01-07T17:24:27Z

In essence, Hobby Lobby has declared it will not be subject to government authorities with regard to offering drugs that kill the unborn. In an act of civil disobedience, the retailer will defy the law and face the consequences. Does submitting to civil authorities mean obeying laws that are immoral? We are commanded by God […]



WORLD Magazine Top 25 Virtual Voices Columns

2012-12-28T14:22:55Z

In February, it’ll be a year since I started writing an online opinion column for WORLD magazine. The editor has compiled a list of the top 25 most read Virtual Voices columns for 2012. Check it out. WORLD publishes my column every Wednesday. You can read it here.



A ‘Choose Death’ License Plate?

2012-12-13T16:39:07Z

Last week, a federal judge ruled that North Carolina can’t issue license plates that read “Choose Life,” because the state legislature failed to approve a plate that reflects a different point of view. What point of view? Death. In this instance, the death of unborn babies. The other side won’t frame it that way, of […]



WORLD: Abortion Bullies and Double Standards

2012-09-24T16:51:51Z

Don’t Cave to Bullies Before reading about Karen Handel’s book deal to write Planned Bullyhood: The Truth about the Planned Parenthood Funding Battle with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, I’d never heard of her. I hadn’t followed the Komen-cuts-off-Planned-Parenthood backlash. After reading the book, it’s obvious that Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s former senior […]



September 11, 2001

2012-09-11T17:37:49Z




WORLD: Shut Up and Act?

2012-09-06T14:52:04Z

I’ve seen actress Ellen Barkin in a few movies, including The Big Easy with Dennis Quaid and Desert Bloom with Jon Voight. She’s a liberal, like most in Hollywood (Voight is conservative), but I never expected her to be nasty. At the start of last week’s GOP convention, she retweeted a fellow liberal’s comment… Unless […]



WORLD: Atheist Central

2012-09-04T14:25:54Z

 Atheists’ Cross to Bear Many Americans were righteously angry [after the 9/11 terrorist attacks]. During the operation to clear the debris, a worker discovered two crossed steel beams amid the rubble. The cross came to symbolize faith and hope, and some workers prayed there. Last year, the cross was moved to a permanent location: 70 […]



WORLD: Paul Ryan, Social Conservative

2012-08-24T14:38:48Z

When Condoleezza Rice’s name turned up in the Republican running mate rumor mill, I was disheartened. Her position on the issues matters, not her race. Rice is “mildly” pro-abortion, and she supports racial preferences, a practice in which our government treats individuals differently based on the color of their skin. Would Republican presidential candidate Mitt […]



Teens and ‘Free’ Sterilization

2012-08-20T14:31:47Z

The Winston-Salem Journal published a series of stories about forced sterilizations performed years ago in North Carolina. Other states had similar programs, but most retreated in light of Nazi Germany’s notorious eugenics policies. North Carolina, however, expanded its program after WWII and didn’t end it until 1974. Elaine Riddick Jessie, now in her late 50s, was sterilized at 14 […]



WORLD: Nitpicking Military Voting

2012-08-16T13:26:25Z

States have the authority to regulate the voting process. To even suggest voter ID laws infringe on voting rights is absurd in a country where citizens might be asked to show a photo ID while running everyday errands or using government services like the public library. To invoke Jim Crow (poll taxes, literacy tests, threats […]



WORLD: Jonah and the DNC

2012-08-06T14:07:02Z

Are you like Jonah? When I hear about terrible things like a former Penn State football coach sodomizing young boys and other men covering it up for fear of bad publicity, I wish God would make me an Avenging Angel superhero, traveling the planet rescuing children and dealing with perverts. I want them to suffer […]



Unmarried and Unequal?

2012-07-25T16:40:07Z

Liberal politicians divide and conquer through class warfare. They pontificate about how the “rich” don’t pay their fair share of taxes or how that nice, safe neighborhood isn’t diverse enough, so the government ought to build low-income housing to mix things up. So-called social justice, the impetus behind government policies like racial preferences, drives the […]



WORLD: Ryan Bomberger Says GET OUT

2012-07-19T16:31:54Z

Ryan Bomberger is no stranger to controversy. The pro-life Christian and Emmy award-winning creative director is the man behind provocative black pro-life billboard campaigns such as “Black Children Are an Endangered Species,” and he often reminds abortion supporters of Planned Parenthood’s eugenic roots and its founder Margaret Sanger’s opinions about the “unfit.” Co-founder of The […]



WORLD: Atheist Files Complaint Over Restaurant Discount

2012-07-16T16:10:36Z

John Wolff, an 80-year-old Jew-turned-Catholic-turned-atheist in Pennsylvania, filed a complaint with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission against Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen in Columbia, Pa., which offers a 10 percent discount to patrons who present a current church bulletin on Sundays. According to the York Daily Record, the man has never eaten at the restaurant. He read […]



WORLD: I Thank God I’m an American

2012-07-05T17:11:04Z

Being a Christian in America is easy. Most of us will never know the kind of persecution perpetuated around the world. Some Christians must practice their faith inconspicuously, mindful of who might be watching or listening. For now, we still live in a county where we may criticize our government and petition it for redress. […]