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The April third Virginia March for Life was a fantastic event. An estimated 6,500+ Virginians came from all over the state, representing all ages and races. They recognized the right to life's importance, and were duly concerned with events from this last legislative session. People shared their testimonies about why we should care, why recognizing life matters. This is all very good.

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Posted in: General
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We are in a war, one that we did not want nor start. A war declared on us simply because we do not profess the faith and values one group thinks we should have. Confronting the Deception sines a light on how misinformation is used in this war, one that has now lasted fourteen hundred years.

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Posted in: Islam
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What possible connection could there be between today’s society and a Star Trek episode? Amok was a period during the Vulcan mating process where all their logic was cast aside. Raw emotion ruled their actions to such an extent they were willing to do anything to achieve their goal—because the end had to be achieved whatever the cost. Is our society any different today?

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Posted in: Education
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The previous article outlined differences in ideas and why they matter, using Virginia's proposed Equal Rights Amendment. I've written more generally in other articles about why ideas matter. They shape our decisions and influence our actions. Our actions form our character, and our character determines who we choose to become. But it all begins with ideas. You produce what you take in.

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Posted in: Education
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We are a deeply divided people today. The division comes mainly from changes in our views about rights, a shift changing how we govern.

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Posted in: Governance
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The positions over border security today, and what it should look like, provide a telling example of how much society has changed. Immigration is one of the few powers granted to the federal government. So why isn't this power being exercised? The arguments against a wall (barrier) provide an opportunity to examine the underlying ideas, and why they matter.

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Posted in: Governance
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As we approach another year’s end, it’s time to pause and reflect for a moment on where we are, how we got here, and where we appear to be headed. Striking me most this year is the deepening division within our society. A division intensified by our political classes—groups that shouldn’t even exist in America. In fact, I’m no longer sure we are a single society. This situation cannot last.

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Posted in: Islam
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This series about liberalism’s differences from Christian principles ends examining man’s dominion in the areas of creation, family, society, and governance. It closes with one final implication from man creating his own values.


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Posted in: Governance
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This article builds on the previous justice and life articles. Today’s examines what we do with our life—the actions we take and how those relate to our purpose. As mentioned before actions have their root in the ideas we hold.

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Posted in: Governance
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The prior article focused on justice. Today’s focuses on life, but not the political hype surrounding the issue. Instead it emphasizes why we have the gift of life and its implications by considering who God is and the relationship man is to have with Him, before closing with some points about how modern liberalism corrupts this view.

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Posted in: Governance
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Dan WolfMy goal is that my writing will help you to get started on your own journey of discovery, or help you along the way on a journey you may have already begun. Our Founders considered education, religion, morality, and virtue to be the cornerstones for any successful society. Being successful requires understanding both the languages of reason and faith; reason alone is insufficient.