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But the catch lies in another hypothetical that revealed to me how clever Miss Scanlan really is.  I pondered for a moment – if Thomas Paine or Thomas Jefferson were running against Barack Obama, which candidate would I vote for?  Obama professes to be a

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The latest book I’ve contributed to is available now in both hard and digital copy! From www.Latitude821.com… Femininity. With over five and a half million results on Google, this isn’t a small topic, nor is it an easy one to cover. Where do we start?

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“Women are the last line of defense.” – Fire From the Heartland film trailer The following is a letter to Christian conservative women on the subject of the Bible and women in state government. Dear Sisters in Christ, As I write on this chilly October

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When will you get married? Somebody needs to answer the question for the romantically absorbed singles! “I’m going to be betrothed,” I said in one way or another, with complete confidence overshadowing my ten year old social consciousness. Rachel, who was three years my junior,

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How often have you looked at someone who passionately disagrees with everything you stand for and thought, “just look at the facts!  You can’t argue with facts, if these people would just look at the truth they would have to change their minds!”?  I’m discovering

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“I’m sure we’ve all heard some variation of the fact before: the average Muslim family has 8.1 children, while the American birth rate barely reaches the bare minimum for a culture to survive beyond 25 years – 2.11 children – and that is counting the

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Are you prepared for the drama…the romance…the comedy…of the original science fiction story?  Ironically, it happens to be a true story.  Sit right back and you’ll hear how the unbelievable hypothesis became the darling tale of a once scientific Western Civilization. The origin of the

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“Why do you always wear dresses? Don’t you wear pants, ever?” queried my grandmother, affectionately called “LaLa” by all of us grandchildren. My mother’s stepmother always liked nicely styled things, from hair cuts to earrings, so questioning my clothes was something I should have expected.

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