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The Frightening Quiverfull Movement in Christian Fundamentalism and Conservative Evangelicalism

by Charles S. Oaxpatu When I was growing up in the 1960s, Cracked was a monthly creative comedy and satire magazine, one of the chief competitors of Mad magazine. I am not sure when this publication changed, but it did. … Continue reading

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Trump and Kavenaugh: Today Began the “Dammed Freedoms Period” in American History

by Charles S. Garabedian Justice Brett Kavanaugh now sits on the U.S. Supreme Court. He was sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts and former Justice Anthony Kennedy in the late afternoon yesterday—soon after the Republican majority U.S. Senate approved … Continue reading

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Could This Be the Reason for Brett Kavanaugh’s Failure to Recall?

by Charles S. Garabedian This is not what you might think at first. Why?  It is because the drunken person does not “blackout” in the sense that people normally associate with blacking out.  It is a different kind of “blacking … Continue reading

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Gird Your Loins Folks

A New Must Read Item: What Really Goes on Behind the Scenes at the White House For those of you who are interested, gird your loins.  If you love Jesus and your fellow man—and you are not some stripe of … Continue reading

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Fundies, Abortion, and Trump’s New U.S. Supreme Court Nominee

Here are some very important things you need to know about abortion, Christian fundamentalism, conservative evangelicalism, President Trump, and his new nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court. Time is very short and of the essence. Please pass this message along … Continue reading

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