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By Dennis Leap, from August 3, 2015 in Analysis »
The recent controversy swirling around Planned Parenthood reveals some disturbing truth about America today.
By Stephen Flurry, from August 2, 2015 in Analysis »
The hunt is on for Cecil the Lion’s cold-blooded killer. With all the outrageous things going on, this is what outrages people?
By Robert Morley, from July 27, 2015 in Analysis »
Are black students more likely to be disciplined because teachers are racists? Or is there a more likely reason?
By Robert Morley, from July 22, 2015 in Analysis »
The White House is launching an unprecedented collection of sensitive data on Americans. How will the data be used?
Living in the shadow of one of the world’s most threatening volcanoes
Traditional religion is giving way to secularism. How are shifting religious fault lines reshaping the country? 
By Gerald Flurry, from July 9, 2015 in Featured »
The people of Charleston, South Carolina, showed the world the only way to have peace among the races.
By Joel Hilliker, from July 1, 2015 in Analysis »
The Supreme Court last week said the Constitution guarantees the right to same-sex ‘marriage.’ But their decision had nothing to do with the Constitution, and it set a dangerous precedent for America.
By Joel Hilliker, from June 17, 2015 in Analysis »
Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner, Rachel Dolezal—these stories about gender and race show how the home of the brave is becoming the land of the free-from-reality.
By Robert Morley, from June 11, 2015 in Analysis »
Why are St. Paul schools looking like the streets of Baltimore? There is a connection.