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  • Women in Special Ops and Selective Service

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    July 06, 2016: In the First World War, trench lines extended hundreds of miles throughout Europe. Enemy armies faced one another in fixed positions, with networks of tunnels and exit pathways clearly distinguishing the front lines from the rear areas.

  • Family-Friendly Tax Policy: Practical Ideas for Helping Parents

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    July 01, 2016: Comprehensive tax reform is a perennial challenge to policymakers in Washington, D.C. Over the years, a number of serious plans have been offered by Congress, the Executive Branch, and various think-tanks and private scholars to remedy the extraordinarily complex tax system with which individuals, families, and companies of all sizes deal.

  • Family-Friendly Tax Policy: Practical Ideas for Helping Parents

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    June 23, 2016: Comprehensive tax reform is a perennial challenge to policymakers in Washington, D.C. Over the years, a number of serious plans have been offered by Congress, the Executive Branch, and various think-tanks and private scholars to remedy the extraordinarily complex tax system with which individuals, families, and companies of all sizes deal.

  • Sexual Madness and the Image of God

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    May 31, 2016: Then God said, "Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them rule ... over all the earth" ... God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. Genesis 1:26-27

  • Faith's Influence on Politics: Why it Will Not be Going Away

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    May 03, 2016: "Social issues to return to the forefront on GOP trail" That's the title of an article in a recent edition of the Washington Post. It discusses the North Carolina legislation prohibiting men from using women's bathrooms, Donald Trump's dismissiveness of the issue, and Ted Cruz's support of the Tarheel State's commonsense efforts to sustain privacy and security in public accommodations.

  • Pay-Pal Prefers Cuba to North Carolina

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    April 07, 2016: It's probable that most of the readers of this piece, including those in my own family, use Pay-Pal. It's efficient, quick, and reliable. Pay-Pal has also just announced it has "canceled its plans to open a new global operations center in Charlotte, following passage of a North Carolina law that prevents cities from creating non-discrimination policies based on gender identity."

  • A Good Society Depends on Hospitality, Order, and Justice

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    February 02, 2016: If you go into any grocery store, the first thing you'll notice is order. The aisles are in precisely ordered rows. Food, flowers, and goods of all kinds are delegated to specific areas and signs and numbers point to where you can find what you want.

  • Daddy's Girl: How Fatherlessness Impacts Early Sexual Activity, Teen Pregnancy, and Sexual Abuse

    by Rob Schwarzwalder and Natasha Tax

    December 10, 2015: The pathologies and moral crises of our era do not stand in isolation. They are entwined, inextricably. The pound of flesh demanded by Shylock from Antonio in "The Merchant of Venice" could not be removed without the loss of Antonio's blood. The veins of the victim, laced throughout his body, were impossible to segregate from the flesh itself. So it is with the intersecting layers of family life, human sexual behavior, public policy, and the well-being of our children.

  • On Children, China, America, and Abortion

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    November 13, 2015: The news that China has now decided to relax its "one-child" policy and "allow" women to have two children should be greeted with mixed emotions. The costs of the past nearly four decades of forced abortion are too painful to consider, and the continued brutality against women who become pregnant with a second and, now, a third child is an all too present reality.

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