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Dad Goes Viral After Impromptu National Anthem at Basketball Game

When the crowd inside the gymnasium stood to its feet to begin the game between the West Portsmouth High Senators and the visiting Tigers of Waverly High, ...


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The Coming End of Christian America

America is still a "Christian nation," if the term simply means a majority of the population will claim the label when a pollster calls. But, ...


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Our Naturalization Certificate

Pastor Eduardo Davila tells this story:

I have here an extremely important document. We all have important documents: a marriage certificate, the title ...

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Only One Government Will Stand the Test of Time

The PBS series Civilizationssurveys the role art has played in forging humanity. Art can tell us much about where a culture has been and where it is going. ...


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The Lowest Common Denominator

Liberal democracy in a pluralistic society is an endless but fruitless search for the lowest common denominator that can serve as society's moral bond. ...


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America Was Built by Violence

"The systematic violence, both physical and spiritual, done first to indigenous people and then to black Africans was, indeed, the original sin of the ...


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"One Nation under God"

Abraham Lincoln was the first President to use the phrase, "This nation under God." It inspired President Eisenhower, in 1954, to add the words "one nation ...


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Tolerating the Unimportant

Gibbon ... said that in Roman society all religions were to the people equally true, to the philosophers equally false, and to the government equally ...


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An Uncompromising Stand

There are things for which an uncompromising stand is worthwhile.


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Passing the Buck

Revolutions have never lightened the burden of tyranny; they have only shifted it to another shoulder.


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