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Election 2012: A Church Gone Astray

By Louie Verrecchio
In the days following [November’s] U.S. presidential election, a staggering amount of analysis has been focused on Republican messaging, demographics, and core constituencies, but it misses the most fundamental point entirely.

The Purpose of School in a One-World Government

By Camille Giglio
Theodore Roosevelt High School, founded in 1922, and located in the East L.A. area of Los Angeles, according to government-approved collectors of public and private personal data, has the highest teenage birth rates in the entire L.A. area, maybe even in the state.

The Purpose of School in a One-World Government

By Camille Giglio
Theodore Roosevelt High School, founded in 1922, and located in the East L.A. area of Los Angeles, according to government-approved collectors of public and private personal data, has the highest teenage birth rates in the entire L.A. area, maybe even in the state.

The Silent Repeat of Eugenic History

By Kurt Kondrich
[Recently] I read a very disturbing article titled “New Prenatal Test Is Bringing Eugenics Back to Germany,” and I could not help but think of the famous quote from American philosopher George Santayana: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

When Technical Progress Becomes a Threat

By Chelsea Zimmerman
I have been reading Pope Benedict’s latest encyclical, Spe Salvi, which I am surprisingly enjoying (I wasn’t sure if it would be too philosophical and intellectual for me—I have never read anything of his before). It is actually very reader friendly and insightful.

The Trouble with Transhumanism

By Wesley J. Smith
Sometimes an article cuts through the fog of public debate and discourse to capture the true essence of a movement or belief system.