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Movie Review: Flipped

"Flipped" is a 1950's period piece that takes us through the early teen years of Juli Baker (Madeline Carroll) and Bryce Loski (Callan McAuliffe) as they discover their feelings towards one another.

Health Care Rights, and Wrongs

As Speaker Nancy Pelosi promoted passage of last month's health care reform bill, she invoked Catholic support. However, those who assert the right to health care and seek greater responsibility for government as the means to that end, are simply wrong.

Speech Codes Limit Campus Freedom

Students at colleges and universities who articulate conservative and traditional views are at particular risk of bullying and indoctrination by campus administrators and faculty who are zealous ideologues.

Tertullian's Advice to eHarmony?

While eHarmony - the multimillion dollar matchmaking enterprise - tries to dodge criticism for vowing to launch a gay dating site in response to a lawsuit filed by a gay man, some national headlines are playing to eHarmony's "ethical dilemma."

Conservatism, Then and Now

Shaped by the conservative movement since childhood, publisher Alfred S. Regnery has published an insider's take on the influence of conservatives in Upstream: The Ascendance of American Conservatism (2008).

"Thank You", Ray Boltz

If I could speak with Gospel artist Ray Boltz, I'd say "thank you, for giving Christians an opportunity to approach homosexuality a better way."

The Pulpit's Power in Declaring Independence

During this presidential campaign season, we have witnessed a firestorm coming from the beliefs and words of a candidate's pastor. But the pulpit's influence on politics is nothing new. In fact, it's as old as the nation itself, and a blessing at that.