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A Matter of Life and Death

A Matter of Life and Death

Abortion deaths are down significantly from the 56 million global average between 2010 and 2014. Nevertheless, abortion remains the world’s leading cause of death, killing more than 42 million innocent babies in 2019. To put this into perspective, the total number of deaths by every other cause in 2019 was 58.6 million…

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Why the Surge in Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes?

Why the Surge in Anti Semitic Hate Crimes

“It seems like it’s open season on Jews in New York City,”[1] City Councilmember Chaim Deutsch lamented amidst a rash of at least nine anti-Semitic attacks in New York City during the final days of 2019—all of them occurring within less than a week.[2] Six anti-Semitic incidents, five of them assaults, happened in an almost…

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No Place for God in Major Political Party

No Place for God in Major Political Party

Only those willing to align our national policies with God’s moral laws have any chance of truly succeeding in Washington D.C. We must not forget that the solution to our nation’s troubles is ultimately a spiritual matter. If we seek God’s blessing upon our nation, then we cannot exclude Him from our politics….

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Should Women Be Trusted to Draw the Line on Abortion?

Should Women Be Trusted to Draw the Line on Abortion

“My body; my choice” has been a prevailing mantra among abortionists for nearly 200 years. The belief espoused by Pete Buttigieg that women alone have a right to determine if and when they should have an abortion was also a favorite argument among Spiritists during America’s spiritism movement of the mid-1800s….

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When Does Life Begin?

When Does Life Begin

For a presidential candidate eager to adjudicate moral questions, Mayor Pete Buttigieg has been remarkably reluctant to define the morality of abortion. He told Bob Costa that the questions surrounding when life begins are “almost unknowable questions,” and, “We will never be able to settle those questions in a consensus fashion, scientifically.” However, in an interview on The Breakfast Club, Mayor Pete suggested that the Bible may define life as beginning not at conception but at first breath….

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Truth May Be the Greatest Casualty of Mass Shootings

Truth May Be the Greatest Casualty of Mass Shootings

The facts-first model of journalism is the latest casualty to social justice warriors and the Twitter mob. It began with a spree of mass shootings on Sunday, August 4. Within a 24-hour period, mass shootings occurred in El Paso, Texas; Dayton, Ohio; and Chicago, Illinois, but because the Dayton and Chicago shootings failed to fit the media narrative, they were largely ignored….

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Big Tech’s War on Truth

Big Tech's War on Truth

Internationally, social networks have readily censored verified journalists who have challenged their respective country’s political authorities, but now these social networks are censoring journalists and influential personalities in the United States based upon differences in political and social ideology. On June 12, 2019…

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The Blinding Effect of Preferred Narratives

Blinding Effects of Preferred Narratives

As humans, we possess an incredible ability to convince ourselves of what we want to believe, irrespective of what reality may be. In the immediate hours following the murder of 12 people at a Virginia Beach municipal office, Senator Chris Murphy tweeted…

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Mayor Pete and the Dawning of a New Political Era

Mayor Pete and the Dawning of a New Political Era

As a Millennial, Buttigieg appeals to younger voters, being a fresh face in a year when Millennials are poised to become the largest eligible voting bloc. TIME reports, “Many Democrats are hungry for generational change, and the two front runners are more than twice his age.” However, generational change for the sake of change can be a terrifying prospect, and…

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What’s Our Endgame?

What Is Our Endgame

On television, Game of Thrones’ Battle of Winterfell and in theaters, the release of Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame made this weekend arguably the biggest pop culture weekend in modern history. But even the most popular…

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