Monthly Archives: June 2015

Notable Quotation

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to recognize that our entire culture is in trouble.  We are staring down the barrel of a loaded gun, and we can no longer afford to…

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Credit Pop Culture for Gay Marriage

The title of a piece in the LA Times after the gay marriage ruling: “Years before court ruling, pop culture shaped same-sex marriage debate.” Ya think!” In fact, film and television have…

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Notable Quotation

On the Confederate battle flag, we are once again witnessing the sheer cultural power of the Left: take an irrelevancy (or at the very least a sideshow), make it the central, all-consuming…

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Notable Quotation

We are relearning that marriage is not optional. The evidence started piling up in 1965 with Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s report on the breakdown of the African-American family. In 2012, Charles Murray took…

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The Wrath of God in an Age of “Love”

As Christians we live in interesting times. Western cultural elites and much of public opinion do not much like us anymore. We are stereotypically, supposedly, narrow minded, self-righteous, hypocritical, judgmental, all those…

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Quote of the Day

The most important of such institutions, according to Christian teaching, is the family. And that institution is being pushed more and more into the background. It is being pushed into the background…

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Quote of the Day

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld got attention this week for saying he understood why other comics such as Chris Rock have stopped performing on campuses beset by political correctness, trigger warnings and “microaggressions.” He…

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Tiger Woods: The Making of a Man

This past Saturday there were two historic events in sport. One captured the thrill of victory, the other the agony of defeat. (If you are old enough the latter phrase sounds familiar–or…

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Is Today the Day for a Triple Crown?

Back before baseball, basketball and football became national pastimes there was boxing and horse racing, the most popular sports in America for the first half of the 20th Century. It’s hard to…

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Profile – Hollywood: Amanda Jaros

Amanda grew up at Christ Church of Oak Brook outside of Chicago and began her early work in theater in the area. She received her B.A. in Theatre Arts from Azusa Pacific…

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