His critics use Romney's faith to divide us, but Christians should work to join together. Published April 17 2012
Life's Online writer Lisa King, Appalachian Chronicles, questions whether Orwell's 1984 is not being fully realized in 2012 Published April 16 2012
Santorum courageously ventured into areas often considered taboo. Rather than marginalize him as a religious zealot, we should examine the validity of his assertions. Published April 16 2012
Yes, there is! But only if we learn to be a moral, self-controlled people. Published April 12 2012
Rock band Madison Rising will perform its hit, "Right to Bear Arms," at the NRA convention in St. Louis. Published April 8 2012
Gather 100 Republicans in a room, and you will hear 100 different answers to the problems that America faces today Published April 7 2012
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