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Manhattan Declaration: I signed, will you?

(’76 Editor) Americans from the major Christian faiths, seeing an imminent move by the civil power against God-given elements of a sustainable and free society, are putting their names to a resistance manifesto known as

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One freshman’s big lessons

(CCU Student) When asked to write on big things that college has taught me, I contemplated what I was going to write on. I thought about everything that has happened to me in the past

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Absent core principles, GOP would be a Tower of Babel

(’76 Contributor) All the recent talk about the need to build the GOP up into a permanent philosophical “Big Tent” to accommodate both liberals and conservatives in the wake of the Congressional election in District

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Three things college has taught me

(CCU Student) The general concept of attending college originally was presented to me in high school as a way to spend an exuberant amount of money in order to obtain a degree and practical life

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Climategate: read all about it

It is now clear that a gaggle of prominent "scientists" have betrayed both science and the public on a grand scale for the purposes of getting government grants, pushing a left-wing political agenda, and being

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Have a mindful Thanksgiving

(Denver Post, Nov. 22) Were you as shocked as I was to read in the paper last Sunday that Frontier Airlines’ new boss prays for his employees and sees them as made in the image

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Young skulls full of green mush

(’76 Contributor) As any visitor to Cuba will tell you, slogans like “Hasta la victoria siempre” (towards victory, always) or “Socialismo or muerte” (socialism or death) are dotted here and there all over the Caribbean

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232 Years of Thanksgiving Proclamations

Editor’s Note: Today was the last day of classes at Colorado Christian University, prior to a ten-day Thanksgiving break. As students headed home, Prof. Greg Schaller compiled the quotations below to remind them of our

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How I became a Christian and a conservative

(CCU Faculty) My conservatism is not due to either nature or nurture. Neither my parents nor my grandparents were religious or conservative. In fact, everyone in my family was Democrat until the Reagan administration, yet

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