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Rand Paul and a Moment of Truth for American Journalism
April 22, 2015: It was one of the most gratifying exchanges in recent political memory. When U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) announced his presidential campaign recently, he made a standard campaign stop in New Hampshire. While there, a reporter trotted out one of the standard questions any Republican receives when he declares he is running for national office: What are the exceptions to your views about preventing abortions?
Abortion and Trafficking: What Would Lincoln Have Done?
April 16, 2015: Whenever I read such things as "Why the Founding Fathers Wouldn't Have Been Anti-Vaxxers," I cringe a bit. Not only are these rather desperate speculations, but they are supercilious: We know the things the Founders were for and against, and to infer from their stated convictions and known actions their allegiance to or antipathy toward a contemporary political issue trivializes these remarkable men and the causes for which they fought and, in some cases, died.
Surrendering Neither Grace Nor Truth
April 13, 2015: Recently, the news has been tough for Christians here at home. Stories involving the erosion of religious liberty in America, as in the failure in Indiana to protect the rights of business persons who don't wish to participate in same-sex weddings, have persuaded some that the chips are not only down but depleted.
Understanding the Definitions of the New Sexual Tolerance
April 08, 2015: Last month, USA Today reported that Facebook is now recognizing 58 distinct gender options, with a 59th for "fill in the blank."
Minimum Sanity in Seattle: A City Council Unmoored from Reality
April 06, 2015: Having lived in the Seattle area for more than half a century, my family has enjoyed some wonderful meals at Ivar's Salmon House and other Ivar's restaurants. It's a summertime tradition for us to gather for chowder and fried clams at the little Ivar's outlet at the southern end of Lake Washington.
Abraham Lincoln, John Bright, and Human Trafficking
March 30, 2015: Abraham Lincoln had two portraits displayed in his study: One was of Andrew Jackson, who as president had preserved the Union by preventing South Carolina from leaving it, and the other was of the British statesman John Bright.
The Bible's Teaching on Homosexuality: Clear, Final, and Sufficient
March 26, 2015: A professing Evangelical church in California has jettisoned its commitment to orthodox Christian teaching on homosexuality.
The State of Your Family's Economy, 2015
March 04, 2015: In his recent State of the Union message, President Obama spoke in glowing terms about the state of the economy. Regrettably, his report was a masterpiece of individual statistics selected to make a case rather than giving an accurate representation of what's really occurring.