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October 31, 1517 was a forerunner to America’s Independence Day. The following scholarly excerpts can be found in Amos and Gardiner’s Never Before in History: America’s Inspired Birth, which enthralled me at the age of 14. “The American Revolution might thus be said to have

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The First Amendment commotion that appeared during the Widener Law School debate between Coons and O’Donnell was initiated by a bogus premise. Once again, the question of evolution was brought up in the race between the Senate candidates of Delaware, Chris Coons and Christine O’Donnell.

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It’s a commonplace scenario that was repeated recently: Christian invites unbeliever to salvation.  Unbelieving onlookers wag their heads and proceed to enact the contemporary equivalent of stoning or the lion’s den, whichever stamps the notion out quickest. “Wow, Hume’s attempt to inject religion into a

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