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By Robert Clarke of Alliance Defending Freedom Written in 1948, George Owell’s “1984” looked to the future and warned against government control and the unquestioning obedience of its citizens. In the novel, “thoughtcrime” was the criminal act of having beliefs that opposed or questioned the prevailing orthodoxy...read more
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In 1960, the combined oral contraceptive pill was first approved for use in the United States. Seven years later, “the Pill” was featured on the cover of Time Magazine, illustrating its …read more
In the mid-'90s, the abortion industry in the United States realized it was facing an existential threat -- the population of abortionists was aging and nobody was stepping up to take their …read more
In 2010, an article appeared in the UK newspaper The Telegraph reacting to a proposal to cut government funding for a certain beverage in schools. The author made the argument that the drink …read more
The term “economic” is derived from the Greek oikonomia, pertaining to the management of the household. In this sense, the term has considerable breadth inasmuch as it deals not only with …read more
When Josephine Bakhita died in 1947, thousands of Italians passed her funeral bier to pay respects to a simple woman who had achieved great renown for her kindness. To this day, the people of …read more