Bioethics & Timeless Truths For Changing Times

    The rate of technological and cultural change is so fast and comprehensive in these days in which we live that futurist Alvin Toffler has likened the phenomena to waves sweeping over society and labeled the feeling of disoriented perplexity that settles over us in the wake as “Future Shock”. Many of these changes appear to be so profound that the pressure to abandon traditional values | Read More »

    Abolished Planetarium Placed Under The Microscope

    According to the 4/2/10 edition of the Washington Post, a number of school districts are on the verge of closing down their planetariums. Planetariums are structures where images of the stellar skies are recreated using assorted audio visual equipment. Educational administrators claim that, in this era of limited budgetary resources, it costs too much to make the technological enhancements necessary to ensure a similar wow | Read More »

    A Conservative Environmental Statement

    Over the course of the past several decades, an entire industry has arisen establishing an ideological and philosophical framework addressing the environmental issues facing modern society. Much of this thought stems from the worldview of contemporary liberalism, which often exhibits a mindset inimical to traditional religion and American socio-political culture and economics. The time has arisen for conservative thinkers to devise schools of thought incorporating | Read More »

    Dying for an Answer: An Attempted Theodicy to the Problem of Evil

    It is perhaps one of the greatest intellectual stumbling blocks in all of religious thought.  As much as any soul would like to avoid the topic all together, sooner or later each person will be forced to grapple with the seemingly incongruous realties resulting from the simultaneous existence of both a sovereign God and the prevalence of evil in the world.  To some, the disconcerting | Read More »

    IRS Conducts Inquisition Against Tea Party Activists

    At a press conference, President Obama remarked that the IRS harassing the Tea Party and Patriot movements to determine if these organizations were sufficiently non partisan is “contrary to our traditions”. The President’s assertion is, in fact, what’s to the contrary. These invasions of privacy could very well be the next link forged in the shackles of tyranny, but they may have more than likely | Read More »

    Lemonade Laws Leave Sour Taste

    For generations, lemonade stands taught numerous children a variety of fundamental realities regarding the nature of the world and life beyond the confines of their particular family units.  These undertakings still do. The thing of it is, though, these lessons have very little to do with how providing a desired product along with attentive costumer service if the way to advance economically.  Rather, an increasing | Read More »

    Reflections Regarding The 2013 State Of The Union Address

    In his state of the union, President Obama promised to reduce taxpayer subsidies to prescription drug companies. While doing so sounds like a free market proposal, what is to prevent such a move from causing drugs to skyrocket even higher? In regards to climate change, President Obama said, “We choose to believe that Superstorm Sandy…and the worst wildfires some states have ever seen were all | Read More »

    Illegal Pulls The Legs Of Gullible Multiculturalists As To Why He Wants To Remain In America

    Speaking in favor of immigration reform legislation, a medical student in the country illegally told WMAL that he hopes he will be granted amnesty so that he might be able to take board certification exams because he is eager to give back to the COMMUNITY. But is that his sole motivation or are other more personal financial interests at stake? After all, won’t his home | Read More »

    Headline Potpourri #32

    In reference to Rand Paul’s filibuster regarding the propriety of drone attacks against U.S. citizens on American soil, John McCain’s primary concern was that this maneuver of political rhetoric might fire up impressionable libertarian college students. Shouldn’t Senator McCain rather impressionable young college libertarians get fired up instead of impressionable young occupy movement types? At least the libertarian youth are less likely to think being | Read More »

    Should Protestants Be Allowed To Have An Opinion Regarding The New Pope?

    It has been suggested that it is a tragedy for Evangelicals to pray and fast regarding the new pope as called for by Rick Warren. While it might not be an issue worthy of fasting over as it doesn’t look like most of the top contenders to the papal throne have themselves missed too many meals and won’t exactly be living in a state of | Read More »