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“Pro-choice” activist discusses why she is now pro-life

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Source: National Right To Life News Catherine Adair, a woman who describes herself as “the most pro-choice feminist activist you’ve ever met,” is now pro-life and wants to share her story so that others understand that those who claim to advocate for women are not really doing so. Why is she qualified to comment on this? She was coerced into …

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Ten reasons millennials are backing away from God and Christianity

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Source: FoxNews Below is the intro, and I just want to give a teaser as you should read this article: “College-aged millennials today are far more likely than the general population to be religiously unaffiliated. This is true when they are compared to previous generations as well. In fact, the Pew Research Center documents that millennials are the least outwardly …

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Clickhole makes fun of right-wing blogs

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Source: The Verge Clickhole, a parody media site owned by The Onion, has changed its name to PatriotHole. The new change is made to parody “sensationalist conservative ‘news’ sites and conspiracy blogs like Breitbart, Infowars, LifeZette, or The Blaze.” Now, I love parody sites, and I am sure there will be a lot of funny stuff (especially with a parent …

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The majority of Millennials don’t believe in right and wrong

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Source: Intellectual Takeout According to a new study by LifeWay Research, 60% of Millennials believe that the concepts of “right” and “wrong” are changeable. “Older Americans grew up at time when ideas about morality were more stable, he says. That’s no longer true for younger Americans. In other words, the modern quest for relativism has been realized.” Read more: Survey: …

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The ACLU can no longer hide its real agenda

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Source: Wall Street Journal The authors assert the ACLU “was once a nonpartisan organization focused on liberty and equality before the law,” and now it is simply Leftist. The reality is that the ACLU was always Leftist — they just do a poor job of hiding it now. And the ACLU has no problem saying one thing (critiquing progressive efforts …

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More attacks on the Vice-President for respecting his wife

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Source: Harvard Business Review The author claims that the Vice-President’s adherence to a personal policy to not have private meetings with female co-workers effectively quarantines them and bans them “from solitary meetings with male leaders, including prospective sponsors and career champions, their options for advancement, let alone professional flourishing, shrink.” This personal policy of the Vice-president is assumed to be …

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The left has given up on tolerance

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Source: The Daily Beast Recent events — specifically at Berkeley where free speech was once a staple of its identity — have led many to question the sincerety of the Left’s concept of tolerance and honest debate. The author speaks with Jonathan Haidt, an author, psychologist, and professor of ethical leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business, who, …

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Netflix and Bill Nye are confused on the difference between boys and girls

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Source: The Washington Free Beacon Bill Nye’s new Netflix show, oddly and humbly titled Bill Nye Saves The World, makes the claim that gender is a fluid concept that is dependent upon self-identification. However, in Bill Nye’s previous show, Bill Nye The Science Guy, there is a contradiction as Nye’s show states the following: “inside each of our cells are …

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Bill Nye wants to penalize parents for ‘having extra kids’

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Source: New York Post In a discussion on climate change, Bill Nye asks the question: “Should we have policies that penalize people for having extra kids in the developed world?” The panelist, Travis Rieder, a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins University, said it should be considered, and Nye asserted “Well, ‘at least consider it’ is like ‘Do it.’” This is as …