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Turns out, the Borg Queen is already here

May 21, 2013



Thinly Veiled Lies

April 5, 2013

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The season of Lent has passed. For many of us, we continued to worship at the churches we’ve attended for a while but for others, it meant discerning a church home. It’s important for all Christians to find a church home, in spite of one’s theology. Churches are integral to our faith–they are places where […]

Real Freedom Of Speech

February 11, 2013

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We often discuss the various factors in the traditional sphere which led to the divide between men and women. So far, we’ve come up with a key elements. Of course, many of them stem from feminism’s influence. Feminism is adamant in allowing a woman to have “her say” and “express her mind” with all things. […]

Special Snowflakes Need To Read

June 14, 2012

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Last week’s The Job Hustle was an eye-opener in many ways. My generation (the Millennials), has been taught that we don’t need to work hard to get to where we want. Think outside the box? “That was for Apple,” we say to ourselves while numbed by the glare of our iPhones. The same old tricks […]

We’re Not Sexist

May 24, 2012

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Over in this part of the ‘net *we’re dubbed “The Sexists.” As “The Sexists,” we talk about counter-cultural topics such as the encouragement of homemaking, young marriage for women, respecting and expecting male dominance, the denigration of fatherhood in our society, just to list a few. The discussion of these topics don’t make us “The […]

Standards of Conduct

May 5, 2012

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I’ve discovered “tough love” has its place in our current society. Last year, BYU basketball student Brandon Davies violated the honor code his school requires of its students by having premarital sex. Many believe the school went too far by barring him from continuing to play. But, there are others who believe when one chooses […]

Frivolous ​Annulments

April 19, 2012

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There’s an epidemic in the U.S., destroying marriage. At first glance I’m sure you’re all going to assume I am talking about “gay marriage,” but sadly I am not. This epidemic is taking place right under the very nose of the Roman Catholic Church in the U.S. Too often marriages fail because of feelings and […]