What’s Colorless and Tasteless And Smells Like . . . Money? And it’s still more expensive than gasoline!
Karl Marx thought of religion as the opiate of the masses, but it is his offspring who have become intoxicated on the suppression of religion. Take Belarus, for example. The former Soviet “Republic” seems anything less than a free society these days. Its president, Alexander Lukashenko, is known in some circles as Europe’s last great … Read more
My friend Raegan is a finalist in Nikon’s photo contest. Go vote for her photos and help her win a new camera.
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Uneasy Bedfellows? Natural Law and Protestant Theology: Tex from Mere Orthodoxy examines the relationship between natural law and evangelicalism.
Supreme Error: Fred Thompson takes on the Supreme Court’s Gitmo decision.
Why else would they have such names as State Farm and Allstate?
Nicholas Carr is right on target with his suggestion that the internet may be changing the way we think. In a provocative, must-read piece in the current issue of The Atlantic, Carr argues that the fast-paced bite-sized world of internet reading is not innocuous: …Over the past few years I’ve had an uncomfortable sense that … Read more
Jason from the Antioch Road blog is covering first-person (Part I, Part II) the Cedar Rapids flood in Iowa. My prayers go out for all who are there.
Given the price of gasoline these days, driving at high speeds on a Sunday afternoon is out of the question. But thanks to the wonders of YouTube, we can all live vicariously. First, the greatest movie car chase of all time, from the 1968 film Bullitt. Steve McQueen, in his 1968 390 CID V8 Ford … Read more