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New Types of "Freedom"

Today, "freedom" seems to mean the right to abort one's child or to censor certain lofty ideas from the public schools while tolerating ...


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Insert Meat Hook Here

Police officers see a lot of strange things, but even they were surprised by this one. On July 12, 2004, in the Florida Keys, the Monroe County Sheriff's ...


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The High Cost of Hard Living

Researcher Mark Bellis of Liverpool John Moores University in Liverpool, England, collected statistics concerning 1,064 rock stars from the United States ...


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Age Breakdown in Addiction Programs

In 2008, 5 million people participated in addiction programs because of alcohol or drug abuse. Participants by age:

  • 12–17 years old: 5 percent


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Students Blame Sexual Immorality on Drunkenness

God gives his commands for our good. For example, God forbids drunkenness. Recent studies into drunkenness among college students provide a glimpse into ...


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Famous Painting Pictures Human Folly

I imagine you're familiar with the phrase "ship of fools." It was a common medieval motif used in literature and art, especially religious satire. One ...


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Study Shows the Harm from Long-Term Marijuana Use

A new study from New Zealand concluded that "young people who smoke [marijuana] for years run the risk of a significant and irreversible reduction in ...


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Sports Journalist Notices Athletes' 'Christian Years'

There's a sports personality named Bill Simmons. He's on the television now, but I loved it when he was just a writer. He's coined a few phrases, like ...


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Actor Jeff Bridges Refused Dad's Advice

In an interview for Rolling Stone, actor Jeff Bridges was asked what advice he wished he would have received at age 20. Bridges said:

I got the advice—I ...

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'People' Magazine Tries to Make a 'Sindex'

People magazine once undertook a part-serious, part-tongue-in-cheek survey of its readers on the subject of sin. The results were published as a "Sindex," ...


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