NFL Player Husain Abdullah Penalized for Muslim Tebowing

Muslim NFL player Husain Abdullah of the Kansas City Chiefs (Gasp! That name is probably not PC) was penalized Monday night for unsportsmanlike conduct when he dropped to his knees and laid his head down in the posture of Muslim prayer—the Islamic version of Tebowing. Abdullah had just completed a pick six against Tom Brady, […]

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The Racial Divide and Concealed-Carry Permits

White people in crime-ridden counties apparently account for the overwhelming majority of concealed-carry permits—up to 90%. An interesting bit of data sheds light on a data correlation between high crime-rate, high black populations, and a dearth of legal guns: If you live in [the] 60624 [ZIP code of Chicago], you don’t expect your streets to […]

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National Forest Service to Fine Unlicensed Photography

The National Forest Service announced recently that it is considering regulations to restrict the photography of “government-owned” natural beauty to those photographers who have paid a $1500 registration fee. Unregistered photographers could be fined by the National Forest Service: If the plans are finalized in November, any media with a camera, even a simple cell […]

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Satirical TV Show in Iraq Overcoming Terror with Comedy

The state-run television station in Iraq, al-Iraqiya, has produced a fairly big budget satirical sketch comedy show making fun of the Islamic State. Having lost a great deal of ground to the Islamic State militarily, Iraq is apparently fighting back with comedy. To mixed results: The show demonstrates the extraordinary ability of people in this […]

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Biblical Principles of Aesthetics, Part 1: Whatever is True

The next few articles in this series compose the fourth chapter of my forthcoming book, According to His Excellent Greatness: The Practice of Aesthetics for Christians Today. Biblical Principles of Aesthetics In Philippians 4:8, Paul tells Christians directly what to pursue in art and otherwise. One will notice that, unlike non-Christian schemata of aesthetics and discernment, the Bible […]

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Judge Denies Further Delay on Withheld Fast and Furious Documents

The DOJ has been refusing to release Fast and Furious documents for almost two years. It has actually taken a lawsuit from outside the civil government to finally get things moving (which in itself is sad and pathetic), but we might be able to see very soon what the DOJ has been hiding about Fast […]

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Going the Way of Rome: Illegal Immigrants in the Military

Want more proof that the United States is a decadent empire in its twilight years? Here it is. We’ve decided to allow a select group of illegal immigrants (as many as 2 million fit the description) to enlist in the military. This seems to be the first step in Obama’s promise to find other paths […]

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