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The Soul Abstracted from Life

The Soul Abstracted from Life

By John Biver

Here’s number 2: Modern civilization willingly consigns almost all of its children to the living hell of forced retardation. Everyone knows the educational establishment is beset with problems, corruptions, and the downward ratchet of…

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Why Is There a Hookup Culture?

Why Is There a Hookup Culture?

By John Biver

From Dennis Prager: It is well known that most college students engage at one time or another in what is known as a “hookup” — an emotionless, commitment-less sexual encounter. Yesterday, I interviewed Donna…

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The Art of the Impossible

The Art of the Impossible

By John Biver

From Thomas Sowell: Someone called politics “the art of the possible.” But, in the era of the modern welfare state, politics is largely the art of the impossible. Those people morbid enough to keep…

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Donna Brazile, George W. Bush, and the truth about Hurricane Katrina

By John Biver

Anyone getting their news from sources outside the Old Media back in 2005 already knew the facts surrounding Katrina. From the Washington Times: One day after a beautiful ceremony commemorating the George W. Bush presidential library, a bombshell was dropped by one of his former fiercest political opponents. Donna Brazile wrote a column praising President Bush for his handling of Hurricane Katrina. […]

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Is Christianity Homophobic?

Is Christianity Homophobic?

By John Biver

Pat Buchanan says it well: Gay rights advocates often compare their cause to the civil rights struggle of half a century ago. But there is a fundamental difference. When Martin Luther King Jr. called…

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Where’s the Progress in Progressivism?

Where’s the Progress in Progressivism?

By John Biver

From Daren Jonescu at American Thinker: As we know from the climate change farce, progressives are never deterred by reality’s refusal to fall in line with the theories they use to justify their authoritarian…

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James Madison: Father of the Constitution

James Madison: Father of the Constitution

By John Biver

From the Heritage Foundation: James Madison is generally regarded as the father of the United States Constitution. No other delegate was better prepared for the Federal Convention of 1787, and no one contributed more…

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