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Spring break vs. Easter break

If the nation was like it was when I was in public school so many years ago, we would be in the middle of...

My life of crime

As you remember from last week, Dear Reader, my three brothers and I had “borrowed” a discarded coconut from the church. Finding it out by...

What the legislature did

On April 2, just before midnight, the Georgia General Assembly adjourned sine die. This concluded the first part of our 2019-2020 biennial session. Over...

Video game addiction unlikely to be cured by a pill

Julie Jargon is a reporter with the Wall Street Journal. Heretofore, she has written about food companies like Starbucks and McDonalds. As of April...

God and the Democrats

For the last 27 years, Democrats have been trying to win over evangelical Christians who last voted in large numbers for their party’s presidential...

The new beginning that begins with Easter

Easter is arriving just in time. I want the new beginning, symbolically and emotionally, that comes with Easter every spring. It is true that I...

When faith went to school

Back in the days before God got expelled from the public education system, the attitude toward religion, and the Christian faith specifically, was much...

Collectively lying

Fabricator, fibber, storyteller, or deceiver — call it what you may. Not telling the truth by any other name means you are a liar....

With kids, attitudes, not techniques, matter

“We’ve tried everything!” is one of the more common testimonials I hear from parents who’ve just described persistent and highly vexing discipline problems with...

If not an emergency, what is it?

The flood tide of illegal immigrants crossing our southern border cannot and must not continue. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has said of it, “The...
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