Breakfast Links for 11/26/12 – Abusive husbands; Overcoming fear; Arlington photo scandal

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BREAKFAST LINKS 11/26/12: Owen Strachan, Patheos/Thoughtlife: “…if I could talk with a man who was abusing his headship of his home, what would I say?  What follows is an attempt toward that end, and ultimately, toward the strengthening of Christian families.” Casey B. Mulligan, New York Post: Unemployment Aid is Prolonging the Recession Roger Olson, [Read More...]

Biden’s HHS Mendacity

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Earlier today I assailed Joe Biden’s incoherent view on abortion.  His assertion regarding the HHS mandate was not so much morally incoherent as it was just blatantly false.  I don’t mean “misleading” or “lacking context” or “a matter of perspective” or “it depends on your definition” (all of which seems to pass for “lying” in [Read More...]

Want to Help the Poor? Promote a Free Market in Health Care

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What health care program would most benefit the poor? One healthcare expert’s answer may might surprise you. [Read more...]

Five Possible Silver Linings in the Obamacare Decision

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I have not been as overwhelmed with grief at the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act as some of my fellow conservatives.  I was wondering whether I was just being naive, but since I just listened in person to a talk from Paul Clement, who actually argued the case on behalf of the [Read More...]

Morning Report, September 24th: Finding the Right College, Recession and Racial Integration, The Missing Index, Faith at Harvard, Terrorism Central, Suing the Truth-Exposers, Mamas and (Bad) Papas, Palinasia, Hollywood Morality and Cracking the Nut of Iran

One Christian’s perspective on the day’s news: 1.  For those who are guiding children toward college, or interested in the best way to do so, Thomas Sowell has a nice article with some direction on how to find the right college.  The rankings one finds in a place like US News and World Report are [Read More...]


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