Abortion doctor killed in church

May 31, 2009

What Dr. George Tiller did as one of the few providers of late-term abortions in the country was reprehensible, but it is not within our rights to commit murder to end that which the government has declared legal.

Israel holding national war drill

May 31, 2009

The need to prepare is understandable, but any time you see a phrase like “biggest…in the nation’s history”, you have to assume that something significant is going on.

Clarification on the Blessing of the Sun

May 30, 2009

On our last P.I.D. Radio show, Sharon and I discussed a short piece she’d written about the Birchat Hachama, a Jewish celebration that occurs once every 28 years to mark the return of the sun to its original position during Creation.

When believers who devote themselves to the study of prophecy misunderstand us, we obviously didn’t make ourselves clear.

Judge So-So-mayor

May 26, 2009

Response from hardcore Republicans to the appointment of Judge Sonia Sotomayor is predictable, so I won’t bother repeating any of it. The analysis of Jeffrey Rosen, legal affairs editor at The New Republic, is interesting

The God Conspiracy hits Amazon’s chart

May 23, 2009

I noticed yesterday that the Kindle e-book edition of The God Conspiracy had hit Amazon.com’s Top 100 Political fiction chart, peaking in the mid-60s. It’s still there as of this writing, which is a little

Shadow people

May 22, 2009

Our friend, author Jason Offutt, has a new book out that looks fascinating. At least one big name in the UFOlogist community, Nick Redfern, agrees: Citing reports that date back to the 1800s, Jason relates

Gay marriage activists hurting their own cause

May 21, 2009

While not familiar with the debate in New Hampshire, it appears at a glance that proponents of homosexual marriage in New Hampshire are just as closed-minded as their opponents are supposed to be: A bill

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