The African lion is considered king for a very good reason. Like any king, it is important that he protect and serve his people. Lions congregate together in what is called prides. Within a given pride, there are usually three to 11 adult females, all of their offspring, and about two to four adult male […]

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National Review On-line — By Victor Davis Hanson The chief tenet of postmodernism is that truth and facts are arbitrary constructs, set up by the privileged to manipulate others less fortunate. In the case of our first postmodernist president, Barack Obama, there cannot be facts, past or present, only a set of shifting assertions that […]

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Before Its News — What is the single greatest reason America is so wealthy? According to the analysts at Stratfor, it is because of a river. They have to be joking, right? What about America’s vast gold resources? What about its mountains of coal? America is the world’s third-largest oil producer—surely that is why. Then […]

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Dispensationalists often point to early rabbinic exegetical method as historical confirmation of their own method. Mal Couch writes: The rabbis as well taught that these two expressions, the kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven, refer not to some spiritualized kingdom but to the literal earthly reign of David’s Son. In fact it may […]

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President Obama whispered to a top fundraiser this week that he believes GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney wants to name Gen. David Petraeus to the VP slot! “The president wasn’t joking,” the insider explains to the DRUDGE REPORT. A Petraeus drama has been quietly building behind the scenes. Romney is believed to have secretly met […]

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Thomas Sowell (Townhall.com). It has long seemed to me that there is far more rationality in sports, and in commentaries on sports, than there is in politics and in commentaries on politics. What has puzzled me is why this is so, when what happens in politics has far more serious effects on people’s lives. To […]

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World — Internet giant Google Inc. stepped up its advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights on July 7 with the launch of a “Legalize Love” campaign, timed to coincide with an annual gay-pride procession in London. Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe, Google’s European diversity chief, told a London audience his company would partner with organizations […]

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