Category Archives: Secular Articles

The Battle Between Political Correctness, Traditional Values and Clear Thinking

Dr. James & Natalie Ricks The Battle Between Political Correctness, Traditional Values and Clear Thinking THE POWER OF POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IN CURRENT SOCIETY PC at its core is a form of thought control. A culture war exists between traditional Judaeo-Christian values and modern progressivism or liberalism. Progressives are prohibiting many Christian concepts from discussion in…
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WHY SO MUCH MURDER IN TODAYS WORLD

Pod Prep July 31, 2015 Thou Shalt Not Murder the Sixth Commandment YOU SHALL NOT KILL IS NOT THE SAME AS THOU SHALT NOT MURDER Killing is not prohibited in God’s Laws. Killing animals for food and safety are common place and necessary for mankind in this world. The law valued human life by giving…
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IS VALENTINE'S DAY WARM AND INNOCENT ?

Pod Prep Valentine’s Day                                                               2015   IT ALL SEEMS SO WARM AND INNOCENT WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? Valentine's Day seems so innocent.  It is all about showing "love," giving a card or flowers or chocolates to a loved one.  What is there not to like about all of this, right? Wrong. Valentine's Day is big…
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SOME OF THE ROLE OF THE FALSE PROPHET ARE DONE BY THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA

James and Natalie Ricks THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA AS FALSE PROPHETS Lies in the media, grossly unfair coverage and double standards are undermining America. Will we soon see a mad atomic weapons race in the volatile Middle East as a result of a media cover up of a dangerous, imaginary, Iranian Deal? Many young men,…
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THE ENTREPRENEUR AS HERO

By: Walter E. Williams John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics George Mason University Let’s starts off talking about the entrepreneur with a brief discussion of the sources of income. Some of the rhetoric one hears gives the impression that income is somehow distributed – that there’s a dealer of dollars. Thus, one might think…
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The Hidden History of Capitalism

By: Burton W. Folsom, Jr. In the ongoing war of ideas in American history, those who advocate government action as an engine of economic development have been encouraged by a general and all-too-human tendency to avoid thinking deeply. Because we have the assumption – both among those who design government programs and among the constituencies…
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Knowing History and Knowing Who We Are

By: David McCullough Historian The following is an abridges transcript of remarks delivered on February 15, 2005, in Phoenix, Arizona, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar on the topic, AAmerican History and America's Future.@ Harry Truman once said the only new thing in the world is the history you don't know. Lord Bolingbroke, who…
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Man's Marxism

By: Michael Baumann This portion edited by: James Ricks With the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, all of the secular word-wielders – the print journalists, the television anchormen, the college professors, the intellectuals, the politicians, and the public policy experts – rushed to explain why this miraculous event had happened and why none…
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Lay Your Hammer Down

By: Edwin J. Feulner Edwin J. Feulner is president of the Heritage Foundation. He has studied at the University of Edinburgh, the London School of Economics, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University and Regis University. He is the author of five books, including Intellectual Pilgrims and The March of Freedom, and…
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