On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars
April 2011 Archives

Superman has turned in his U.S. passport, preferring to be a citizen of the world. “I intend to speak before the United Nations tomorrow and inform them that I am renouncing my U.S. citizenship,” the super-hero declares to the President’s …Read More

The Wall Street Journal thinks so. They went out with a story today called “Here Comes Baby, There Goes the Marriage” but they failed to highlight what most consider THE most important statistic to gauge the health of a marriage, …Read More

David Wilkerson, 79, author of the bestseller The Cross and the Switchblade, founder of Teen Challenge rehabilitation outreaches worldwide, and longtime pastor of the 8,000-member Times Square Church in New York City, was killed Wednesday in a car crash. His …Read More

Take care of your typewriter. The noisy machines are joining the ranks of dictophones, steam shovels and Kodachrome film.  India’s top typewriter manufacturer, the Godrej & Boyce Company, has ceased production due to declining demand. The first commercially successful typewriter was invented in 1867 …Read More

When Prince William and commoner Kate Middleton walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey on Friday, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the Church of England, will be waiting for them at the altar. A few days …Read More

Peter walked on water. Peter and John healed the lame man in the Temple. Peter and Paul raised the dead. They and the other disciples went out and duplicated the powers of our Lord with healings and mighty signs and …Read More

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff asked the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday to intervene in a case deciding the constitutionality of memorial crosses honoring fallen state troopers.  Shurtleff requested that the high court issue an opinion on the case after the …Read More

Recent surveys have found that three out of ten prospective employees admit to having stolen from their previous employer! 22 percent of workers feel that stealing from their company is “sometimes justified.” 33 percent of employees surveyed confessed to falsely …Read More

Is it still a sin to lie? Then why does America shrug off lying? When our politicians are caught lying, their supporters often resort to the old cliché: all politicians lie. But if you study American history, that is itself …Read More

Like something out of a Disney movie, here is a video of a wild deer that stepped into the gap when a male Canadian goose was killed — leaving its mate alone, a mama goose tending their nest full of unhatched …Read More