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  • November 07, 2017

    TIME honored Hefner with commemorative issue – but why?

    Lambert, JamesAs I was rounding the aisles in a nearby store recently, I was stunned to see that TIME magazine had released a special commemorative issue featuring Hugh Hefner. The release of this magazine demonstrates an attempt to celebrate the life of someone who, in my opinion, contributed to the serious degradation of our culture.

  • October 04, 2017

    American revisionism vs. American surrenderism

    Deace, Steve (syndicated radio host)You may not agree with every tactic and every word Roy Moore has deployed while standing for what's right in the culture war, but wouldn't you prefer the guy who's willing to go too far for the cause than the one not willing to far enough – or go at all?

  • September 29, 2017

    Hugh Hefner's true legacy: Mainstreaming the sexual objectification of women

    Trueman

    Haven't we learned from the consequences of the last 50 years that Playboy is actually just another brand for old-fashioned misogyny?

  • September 28, 2017

    There is no black culture without America

    Meeke AddisonBlacks are taught today that America represents our oppression and destruction – but I think of America as the genesis of our celebrated individuality. Black culture is a culture that is the result of America.

  • September 19, 2017

    Why didn't God heal Nabeel Qureshi?

    Turek, Frank (Christian author)How does a man facing his own premature death exude an uplifting combination of grace, love and truth? Nabeel Qureshi, who has done that for more than a year, died at age 34 on Saturday.

  • September 15, 2017

    There's nothing 'poor' about the Southern Poverty Law Center

    Hamilton

    Sure enough, the Southern Poverty Law Center is based in the South. But is it impoverished? No way – in fact, it's sitting on millions of dollars. And does it provide legal assistance? Very little, if any. One out of three just doesn't cut it.

  • July 31, 2017

    Trump was left with no middle ground on transgender issue

    Stinson

    Washington is in an uproar about the president's decision last week to exclude transgendered people from military service. The president expected a fight, but is surprised at the opposition from conservative, pro-military Republicans. I'm surprised, too.

  • July 21, 2017

    Faith under fire

    Bauer, Gary (American Values)We have learned in the last six months (after the left appeased Russia for the last eight years) that the left thinks it is forbidden to meet with Russians. Now we are being told that it is also forbidden for key government leaders to meet with Christians.

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