Why a Good Person Can Vote Against Same-sex Marriage

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by Sarah Kerns

I was reading an article written by Dennis Prager with an article entitled, “Why a good person can vote against same-sex marriage.” Before you completely disregard this, read it. He goes into the flaws on both arguments, but ultimately shows why he feels the way he does. It’s very enlightening.

Proponents of same-sex marriage ask: Is keeping the definition of marriage as man-woman fair to gays? Opponents of same-sex marriage ask: Is same-sex marriage good for society?

Few on either ...

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Do You Really Want to Be Neutered?

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by Sarah Kerns

This week I’m focusing on the importance of knowing your gender. Since there is so many “politically correct” ways to talk about your gender, it’s getting to the point of complete confusion!

Each of these stories and incidents are part and parcel of a broader movement towards the creation of a “gender neutral” society- one that views a “binary construct” (male/female, man/woman) as archaic and even dangerous. It is an effort to mainstream every type of gender confusion and ...

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Why Love Literally Hurts

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by Sarah Kerns

I came across an article this week from the Association for Psychological Science (aps) and it was titled, “Why Love Literally Hurts.” It was able to link that when you feel emotional pain, you also feel physical pain and vice versa. Those who were feeling an emotional distress were split into two groups. One group was given a low dose of morphine, and others nothing at all. They found that those who were given morphine, cried less intensely ...

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A Positive Abortion?

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by Sarah Kerns

I was just reading an article about a “Positive Abortion Story”. I will warn you, if you click on the link going to the post, it can be graphic. I am appalled by this. A girl named Emily Letts takes a video of her getting an abortion to show that they all don’t have to be bad. Matt Walsh, who wrote this blog piece on her said,

The video then jumps forward a few days, and treats us to ...

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Why Spank?

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by Sarah Kerns

In a recent study by the Journal of Family Psychology they found that spanking may be more common than parents would like to admit. The small study recording families when they got home for work and had them keep the recording device on until their children went to bed. They found that not only did parents think they spanked a lot less than they did, but also that parents who yell are more likely to spank their children.

George ...

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Being a Mom Matters

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by Sarah Kerns

I was reading an article about motherhood. What we feel from a day to day basis.

I go to bed at night often thinking I should have done more.

More cleaning. More playing. More creative fun projects with glue and glitter and sparkles and paint and all of that stuff that makes a mess. More less caring about the mess. More healthy meals. More exercise. More time unplugged. More math facts. More friend time. More making their rooms cool. More. ...

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