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Thursday, 25 October 2012
As you read this somewhere between 12 and 10 days before the election, pundits everywhere will be trying to be the first to pronounce some sort of inevitable result uniquely apparent to the pundit class. History teaches, though, that late surprises often catch virtually everybody off guard, completely upending the expected results.

    In other words, no matter who you support, you shouldn’t relax even if your candidate’s chances are looking increasingly strong.

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Thursday, 18 October 2012
  In political debates these days, we hear again and again the warning to avoid “the failed policies of the past.” It is therefore important to review some econo-political history to make sure we understand which policies actually failed and which didn’t.

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Thursday, 11 October 2012
While many differences exist in doctrine and/or points of emphasis among Christian denominations, some articles of faith remain consistent, and inviolable, for all Christians of traditionalist beliefs. Some of these points of agreement have important applications in the realm of public policy (and, by extension, in practical politics as well). Many of these points of agreement are firmly rooted in the sanctity of innocent human life. In today’s political realm, these commonalities certainly converge in the righteous battle against the “HHS mandate” that requires employers to provide insurance coverage for abortion-inducing drugs, even against the tenets of those employers’ faiths.

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Thursday, 04 October 2012
With the unveiling of the new “Decree for America” co-written by University of Mobile President Mark Foley, some people might wonder why a foreign-policy concern is included in the same document with two domestic, moral issues. In this case, though, the inclusion of unwavering support for the state and people of Israel is absolutely essential. In truth, support for Israel is a fundamentally and overwhelmingly moral concern.

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