Category Archives: Ethics

Shop Til You Drop: Government Welfare At Its Finest

*Posted by Winston Hottman From National Review Online: On Saturday, Louisiana’s “EBT” system malfunctioned, causing spending limits on users’ food-stamp cards temporarily to be lifted. In two counties at least, recipients noticed the error, spread the word, and set about … Continue reading

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Dumb Justice

*By Kirk Spencer It’s been a strange summer for justice. After being found guilty of releasing a multitude of classified documents, and being sentenced to 35 years in prison, Bradley Manning wants to be a woman. [1] A man kidnaps … Continue reading

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Historic Pro-Life Bill to Come Before Texas Legislature

*Winston Hottman In  a special session called by Governor Rick Perry, the Texas legislature will be voting this week on House Bill 2, an historic piece of legislation that should drastically reduce the number of abortions in the state. Texas … Continue reading

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Abortion on Trial

*Posted by Winston Hottman At First Thoughts, Robert George argues that Kermit Gosnell isn’t the only one on trial in his prosecution. The ultimate defendent is the abortion license in America. The Gosnell episode highlights the irrationality of the regime … Continue reading

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Lifting Moloch to Heaven

*Posted by Kirk Spencer I heard something the other day that I have never heard before.  I heard this: “Thank you Planned Parenthood.  God bless you.” Maybe people say it all the time and I’m just not around to hear … Continue reading

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Kermit Gosnell and the Culture of Death

*Posted by Brandon Smith The picture to the left is my daughter, Harper Grace Smith, on March 29, 2013. In this photo and subsequent photos and videos, we were shown her developed vital organs, her strong heartbeat, and her incessant … Continue reading

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Facebook and the New Morality

*Posted by Winston Hottman In the video below, Dr. John Mark Reynolds discusses the implications of social media for Christian virtue. I particularly appreciated his discussion of the need for churches to create “safe zones” of privacy in which modern individuals … Continue reading

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