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Balls and Strikes (28-Feb-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
When I awoke this morning, I actually remembered my dream. ...
Public Schools and Teaching Character (21-Feb-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
At an October 2002 Hillsdale College seminar, former Secretary of Education, Drug Czar, and The Book of Virtues author William J. ...
A Culture in Freefall (14-Feb-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Not too long ago, Americans could sneer across the Atlantic at the abysmal state of European moral standards. ...
Prophecy's Place (07-Feb-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Bible students know that Scripture is about thirty percent prophecy, and preachers have cautioned that prophecy should take no more than the equivalent percentage of our study time. ...
What to Believe? (31-Jan-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Occasionally, I receive Internet surveys from a reputable polling company. ...
A Little Hypocritical? (24-Jan-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The news has been rather slow this past week or so, and here in Charlotte, the weather has grabbed the headlines for the last few days. ...
More Than Conquerors (17-Jan-03)
by Martin G. Collins
Little has been overtly said this week by the liberal news media about the making of a movie, produced and directed by Mel Gibson, about Jesus of Nazareth. ...
Step Into 'The Twilight Zone' (10-Jan-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Some of the most thought-provoking television ever (an oxymoron) appeared on the weekly installments of Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone. ...
'Like All the Nations' (03-Jan-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
American schools used to teach history. ...
A Year of War (27-Dec-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Many column writers are taking a look back on 2002, applauding achievers and panning failures, rehashing the highs and the lows, and trying to gain some perspective on it all. ...
Celebrating a Lie (20-Dec-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The true story of Jesus' birth has been syncretized into a non-Christian festival, and even that has been obscured by a wrong date and a phony crèche scene.
Much Ado About Lott (13-Dec-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The media have been brimming with words over the latest political gaffe, this one by Senator Trent Lott, a Republican from Mississippi and presumed future Senate Majority Leader. ...
How Far Have We Really Come? (06-Dec-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
We like to think of ourselves living in the most advanced civilization that has ever graced this fair planet. ...
Thanksgiving and Entropy (29-Nov-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
For those of us who are not scientists, the Second Law of Thermodynamics can be a brain bruiser. ...
The Shallowness of Pop Culture (22-Nov-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
It never ceases to amaze. ...
Pharaoh's Magicians Return (15-Nov-02)
by David C. Grabbe
This past week, an article appeared in the London Daily Telegraph about a television production that the British Broadcasting Corporation will be airing next month. ...
What Does Election 2002 Mean for America? (08-Nov-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The debates are finished, the commercials are silent, the votes are cast, and all but the dust has settled on Election 2002. ...
Why We Do Not Vote (01-Nov-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
In America, where the political process is hailed as free and democratic, it is considered somehow "un-American" not to vote whenever the polling stations open.
Connecting the Dots (25-Oct-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
...Is this not a typical American reaction? Two men kill ten people and keep the nation terrorized for more than three weeks, and once police nab the murderers, we all sigh in relief and, with hardly another thought, go back to our comfortable lives. ...
Lessons from a Stiff Neck (18-Oct-02)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The imagery comes from the honor one would give someone of higher rank by bending the neck. A stiff neck is a refusal to give honor or deference to another.


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