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Where Is Your Country?

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In a recent article about George Schultz National Review’s Jay Nordingler describes a snippet of his interview with this former Secretary of State: "At Schultz’s side is an illuminated globe, and this prompts me to

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As One Having Authority

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President Harry Truman wished for a one-armed economist because his economic advisors were always saying, "On the other hand …". Someone once asked economist Milton Friedman, the Nobel Laureate, what the stock market was going

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Coach Ioveno

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It saddened me when I saw him. His once vibrant athletic frame was now a shadow of its former self, racked by the crude chemotherapy of the day. I remember most how terribly thin and

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Nothing New in Politics

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"There is nothing new under the sun," wrote Solomon. That’s what I thought when reading Jim Bishop’s book FDR’s Last Year. Bishop relates some of the difficulties Franklin Roosevelt had with Congress as his Administration

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God’s Challenge

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No, I don’t accept it all on faith. The God of the Bible does not expect you to chuck your reasoning powers at the sanctuary door. Rather, we read of Paul’s admonition to the Thessalonians

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Master the Fundamentals

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The current word of insult these days is “Fundamentalism”. Fundamentalists are accused of acts of intolerance, abandoning science, keeping their women barefoot and pregnant, and attempting to supplant the US Constitution with a “theocracy”. Editorials

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Why We Fast

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Several weeks ago in this column I wrote about a number of instances in our national history where duly elected officials called the nation to a day of fasting and prayer. Upon further research I

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Sharing His Son

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The Athletes in Action Super Bowl breakfast is an annual event sponsored by former Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr to recognize NFL players on the basis of character and service. In February 2006, the day