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-Media Storm Over Chick-fil-A Owner’s Comments on Traditional Marriage

Friday, July 20th, 2012

                                             (Photo credit: Wikipedia) On Monday, Dan Cathy told the Baptist Press that he and his company were supportive of Biblical values and the traditional family. The Baptist president of fast food chain Chick-Fil-A is facing renewed claims of “homophobia” after confirming his organization’s stand against same-sex marriage: "Well, guilty as charged," said Cathy when […]

-Delaware: Spank a Child Go to Jail?

Friday, June 29th, 2012

                                        (Map of Delaware – Wikipedia) From LifeSiteNews: A law passed on June 19 in the Delaware Senate, Bill 234, could make spanking a child a crime punishable by up to two years in jail. The bill is now being reviewed by a judiciary committee in the General Assembly. The bill, sponsored by Senate Majority […]

-Re: The Family, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Future of America

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

                                     (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Here’s an article I just published on my Charismatica blog that is right on topic with what we have been discussing here lately: -The Family, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Future of America In the last several months there has been a dialogue going on in America concerning our direction and the […]

-Do Stay at Home Moms Really ‘Never Work a Day’ in Their Lives?

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

       (Ann Romney -Photo credit: Gage Skidmore) Do stay at home moms ‘never work a day’ in their lives like Democratic advisor Hilary Rosen recently accused Ann Romney of? Ridiculous, right? Here’s a study that estimates the worth of full time homemakers at $112,962 a year. The controversy started when Hilary Rosen made the following […]

-We Use to Have ‘Sin Taxes’ Now We Subsidize It?

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

                                      (Photo credit: 401K) In America we use to tax things in our culture that we wanted to discourage. Taxes on alcohol and tobacco use to be called ‘sin taxes.’ Now some places are taxing sugary drinks and fast food. In the last generation or so our culture has also turned its back on the […]

-‘Friends With Benefits’: Now a Growing Problem Among Teens

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

(Ron Luce-Teen Mania) A few years ago the expression -‘Friends With Benefits’ became popular among 20 to 30 year old singles and beyond. A term which is supposed to represent casual sex among friends without any strings attached. The popular culture latched upon this term and it reflects a new norm among career oriented young […]