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Ideas and Society

United Faiths At The United Nations By Nicholeen Peck

It is no secret that boundaries are being crossed and topics are being legislated at the United Nations that are not the proper role of national government let alone international government.

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‘Unbelievable’? Here’s what’s unbelievable: Michigan judge’s attitude

What does “unbelievable” mean? To most of us, it means that something is clearly not true or at least is so implausible as to justify our rejecting it as an explanation.

By William C. Duncan
Internet Pornography: The Largest Unregulated Social Experiment in History

A recent New York Times article by David Segal concludes that the jury is still out with respect to the "hazardous mix of teenagers and pornography." Nothing could be further from the truth.

Hobby Lobby at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court decision in the Hobby Lobby religious freedom case is critical and has very specific implications.

Health Care Law’s ‘Contraception Mandate’ Reaches the Supreme Court

March 25, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two cases challenging regulations arising from the Affordable Care Act which requires employers to include free coverage of contraceptive services in their employees’ health insurance plans.

Morality in Media Launches Annual Dirty Dozen List for 2014

The 12 top contributors and profiteers of sexual exploitation this year.

The Death Of Two Parent Families? Or The Rights Of The Child?

For years, when teaching parents about setting up a family economy in their homes, I have taught them that there is a difference between a right and a privilege.

By Nicholeen Peck
What Everybody should know about Identity Theft

If you think it won’t happen to you, consider these companies that had security breaches in the past year: Target, Walmart, Apple, Gmail, JP Morgan Chase, US Airways, Facebook, Adobe, American Express, and State Farm.

By Eliot Ward
Study panning Porn Addiction Rebutted

A new paper claiming to demonstrate that pornography addiction does not exist has been rebutted by a noted neuroscientist, Dr. Donald Hilton, MD, in a peer-reviewed response.

Little Sisters of the Poor Seek Justice Before Federal Court

The Little Sisters of the Poor, a religious order of nuns who care of the neediest elderly in society, launched their full appeal before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, asking the court to protect their religious freedom.