The night is far gone

November 6, 2016

IT IS appropriate (and unplanned — by us, anyway), but appropriate — that our last New Testament study before the U.S. presidential election includes Romans 13:1-7. It is a command to Christians to “be subject to the governing authorities.”

Your toaster is spying on you

November 4, 2016

The Internet of Things promises to make life easier, and it is—for hackers, who used it to crash the Web two weeks ago, and for technocrats to collect every bit of data about our lives.

Help for kids at risk

November 3, 2016

Foster children are at extremely high risk of drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness, early pregnancy, and more. Chris Carmichael, president of Royal Family Kids, explains how they set young lives on new paths.

Feds plan for forced vaccinations

November 3, 2016

A public-interest group has filed a lawsuit against a rule change proposed by the Centers for Disease Control that would allow the government to force vaccines on Americans under certain circumstances.

The shoe may be dropping

November 3, 2016

Hillary’s email server has been big news, but the investigation with more potential to cause her serious legal trouble has been into her pay-for-play arrangement with the Clinton Foundation while she was Secretary of State.

Wiki-what?

November 2, 2016

Rumors fly faster than light on the Internet.  I spent a couple hours last night (between innings of last night’s World Series game) chasing reliable sources without success. First, several people forwarded a video by

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