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  • Man or the cross
    John Locke's individuality vs. Christian formation
    Christianity is formative. The University, at one time, was also formative. John Locke’s philosophy has changed the landscape of both.The American culture, if not the Western culture, is all about the individual. Individual rights. It is all...
  • Larry Elder
    Blacks are capable of thinking for themselves, so long as they aren’t ‘Toms’
    For those who hadn’t noticed, Liberty Unyielding launched a Twitter feed about a week ago. Its purpose is to provide readers with yet another source of current events and a broader spectrum of political views. You can find the feed in the...
  • individualism vs. collectivism
    Hatred For Those Who Won’t Give Up Guns And Women Who Won’t Kill Their Babies
    I don’t know why many Americans on the political left are embracing a system that has persistently failed throughout history. They love to cradle this system in words that sound warm and fuzzy and very appealing: cooperation, collective...
  • Which way?
    Daily thought: explore
    It is easy to forget that the World is so much bigger than your city, your state, your nation. In fact, many people may go a lifetime never visiting another country or exploring the mindset of other cultures.A good way to venture out is by...
  • Stossel in the Classroom
    Is freedom finally winning against 'groupthink' propaganda?
    COMMENTARYIn an article about soaring gun sales MSNBC explained why Americans are buying guns in record numbers this way:"Many point to fears stoked by gun-rights advocates that President Barack Obama, if elected to a second term, will push...
  • Orchard
    Prepper crazy
    Case Study“People call preppers and survivalists terrorists and crazies, but how can anyone say we're crazy for wanting to protect ourselves and our family members from a tragic event? Even if we never see a pole shift, an EMP strike,...
  • Ron Paul
    More Ron Paul excerpts emerge
    After repeated confrontation regarding newsletters bearing Ron Paul's name which circulated in the late '80's and early '90's, more of Dr. Paul's writings have appeared on a popular Ron Paul website. A poster at the...
  • Taxpayers carrying government debt
    Obama's Path
    Eric Cantor, Republican whip from Virginia, recently stated that the U.S economy is three times the size of China’s. By a standard and commonly-used measure of Gross Domestic Product, he’s pretty close. Annual figures from 2010 show...
  • Being Wendy by Fran Drescher illustrated by Amy Blay
    Being Wendy by Fran Drescher illustrated by Amy Blay
    Being Wendy by Fran Drescher and illustrated by Amy Blay is the latest in a plethora of children's books written by celebrities.That being said, Fran Drescher is the perfect celebrity to write a picture book about the importance of being...
  • Met George W. Bush
    Asian culture: collectivism, saving face, and sexuality
    Everybody knows that if you plan on going to an Asian country either for a vacation, or to live you can expect things to be different. For many of us, that is by and large the main reason for going in the first place. We all need a change. However...
  • loneliness
    How elderly deal with loneliness across cultures
    With advances in medicine and proliferation of cheap technology, life expectancy for people all over the world has dramatically improved over the last few decades. But being able to live longer has brought with it its own sets of problems. Elderly...
  • Free-choice learning supports science and spirituality
    Free-choice learning supports science and spirituality
    Rural and small town libraries, just like those here in Charleston, are one of the newest forces being tapped to improve the science literacy of Americans through lifelong, free-choice learning opportunities in which people learn scientific,...
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    Does faith depend on biology?
    Some have postulated before if there is, in fact, a strictly biological component to faith. For example, many scientists, mathematicians, and left-brain dominant individuals are Atheists. They see no role for a higher power, since the scientific...