Category Archives: Culture

Define Respect

Olympic gold medal gymnast Aly Raisman posed nude for the 2018 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Perhaps in an effort to explain her decision, Raisman said, “We have to get to a point where everyone understands women do not need to … Continue reading

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The Children Speak

Today marks the 45th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision in which the U.S. Supreme Court essentially legalized abortion in the United States. Since that tragic decision, nearly 60 million children have been killed in their mother’s womb. Yesterday … Continue reading

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Opinionated

A few of us were sitting in a classroom at church, waiting for someone else to join us for an early morning prayer meeting. There was a lull in the conversation, and in the quietness of the moment, someone noticed … Continue reading

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Just Like a Real Companion

The Quobo is a new invention introduced by the Japanese company Yukai Engineering. The idea is to give a person the comforting sensation of having a cat sit on your lap, but without the mess and responsibility of having to … Continue reading

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Encouraging Dialogue

The whole nation is talking about the NFL players’ protests that are taking place before games, as some players have chosen to kneel during the playing of the National Anthem. Most Americans seem to prefer that the players would find … Continue reading

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Banned

The city of Georgetown, Kentucky is considering a ban on wearing masks in public. This proposal has been brought forth after numerous occasions of people in various locations around the country committing acts of violence while wearing some type of … Continue reading

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Tribute to the King

Today marks the 40th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley. Few people have ever been as talented as Presley, nor have many experienced the popularity that he attained. He had an influence on music that is unrivaled. Elvis was … Continue reading

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Strange Position

The doctor who owns the only abortion clinic now operating in Kentucky has made some strange comments recently in reference to people who have been protesting outside his clinic. He said that the abortion protesters don’t have a “monopoly on … Continue reading

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Avoiding Conflict

O.J. Simpson has just been granted parole by Nevada officials. Simpson has served 9 years in prison for his involvement in an armed heist. During his parole hearing, Simpson commented that he has lived a “conflict-free life”. Really? A lot … Continue reading

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Tastes Better

Writing for The Seattle Times, Moira MacDonald said this about a new movie—“The Hero begins with Sam Elliott’s character, a veteran actor, reading a voice-over about barbecue sauce, and that’s when it hit me: Sam Elliott’s voice is barbecue sauce. … Continue reading

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