LikeTweet+1 It’s hard to know where to start with my story — I guess from the beginning. I was conceived when my mom was raped by an encyclopedia salesman who forced his way into my mom’s mobile home, while my three-year-old brother was asleep. He raped her, and then left. She was in shock and didn’t …
The journalist and Christian younger brother of the late polemical atheist Christopher Hitchens observed in an interview with Larry Taunton of Fixed Point Foundation that the appeal of “new atheist” literature and agendas is due to people (particularly the youth) seekingRead more
Accusations of plagiarism find their way onto political candidates, academicians, students, journalists, and authors of all sorts routinely these days. Perhaps this is because now, plagiarism has never been easier – and never more easily found out. A Writer's Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism ...
Greg Gutfeld took Marilyn Manson to task earlier this week on Fox News Channel's The Five for comments the "controversial" rocker made in an interview in which he claimed that Charlie Hebdo's caricatures of Mohammed were a "dumb idea."
Last fall, musician Nick Jonas talked to Wendy Williams about his previously chaste lifestyle: I think that, you know, [the purity ring] was an important part of my childhood, and it was that. And I think as I grew up andRead more
“Outlaw abortion and abortion won't stop. Women will just do it illegally and women will die!” Or so the argument goes… But facts are pesky things, and they show that the opposite is true in Chile. According to new research from the MELISA Institute, since, not only has maternal health improved ...
"So have I become your enemy by telling you the truth?" ~Galatians 4:16
Amanda Read is a columnist for the Communities at The Washington Times. Trained as a historian, skilled as a writer, and aspiring to be a filmmaker, Amanda investigates the ideas behind contemporary culture and politics. A professional writer and researcher, she is also a Christian homeschool graduate, unconventional college graduate, military daughter, and eldest of the nine Read children at Fair Hills Farm. Find more of her work at www.amandaread.com.
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