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    Oregon declares war on Christian faith

    In one of the most egregious anti-Christian acts committed by a state official in recent memory, Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian not only upheld the ridiculous $135,000 fine levied against Aaron and Melissa Klein for declining to bake a cake for a lesbian commitment ceremony, but he ordered t ... Read More

    Don't remove history's lessons

    PHILADELPHIA -- It's not hard to imagine how life was conducted in 1776 as you stand where 56 men signed a document severing them from Great Britain. River rock remains the bumpy surface for the grid of streets between old buildings that grandly stand more than 200 years after serving as the seat of ... Read More

    The economics of the ignorami

    The Obama administration, led by its Council of Economic Advisers, obviously put in a lot of overtime to obfuscate the herd of elephants in the room in the June jobs report. It touted the creation of 223,000 jobs last month and an unemployment rate that fell to 5.3 percent. Then amid all the talk of ... Read More

    Americans Don't Know Why We Celebrate 4th of July! -- A Conversation with the general public

    Each 4th of July is a national celebration. We celebrate our independence... when we broke aware from the rule of one country and started our own. But from which country did we break away? What year was the Declaration of Independence signed? Easy questions, right? Well... apparently not for everyon ... Read More

    The overtime proposal: Regressive economics

    Liberals and garden-variety "progressives" once again are showing they have a most difficult time grasping the fundamentals of economics and human action. The Obama administration says it soon will propose a rule that could raise to as high as $50,400 the annual earnings threshold of salaried employ ... Read More

    Social Security's mess

    As Social Security's disability programs approach a fiscal cliff by the end of next year, yet another report shines a stark light on beneficiaries receiving overpayments -- in this case, amounting to almost half the program's recipients between 2004 and 2014. The report by Social Security's inspecto ... Read More

    Millions going to train teachers on 'white privilege'

    A Minnesota school district is attempting to solve its problem of violence among minority students by hiring a consulting firm that teaches "white racism" is the reason for those problems. The St. Paul school district contracted with San Francisco-based Pacific Educational Groupin 2010. They replace ... Read More

    Evangelicals have become largest Christian group

    While a recent survey showed that Christianity is on the decline in America, a longtime Christian leader says there's some very encouraging data about evangelicals. Despite negative numbers in the Pew Research study published in May, Dr. Richard Land, president of Southern Evangelical Seminary in No ... Read More

    What comes after the black-robed social engineers?

    Gay rights supporters cheered and danced outside the U.S. Supreme Court Friday after it ruled same-sex couples have a fundamental right to marry anywhere in America. The celebration likely will go on for days, and understandably. It's a historic decision. But the victory comes at great expense to th ... Read More


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