Mohler: An Olympic First

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For the first time in the history of the modern Olympic Games the entire track and field team of a nation has been eliminated from competition. As the Financial Times of London reported, “Russia has become the first country in sporting history to have its athletics team banned from an...

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Mohler: Did Jesus Have A Wife?

Did Jesus have a wife? If you were to believe the publishing arm of the Smithsonian Institution, you would be led to believe that such a position was at least viable based on contemporary scholarship. Until last week, that is. We were told back in 2012 that the entire theological...

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Medved: The Superhero Substitution

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Comic book superheroes have come to dominate popular culture as never before: of the ten top opening weekends in Hollywood history, seven of them featured superheroes from Marvel or DC comics. Most recently, “Iron Man” and other luminaries from the Marvel galaxy co-starred with Captain America in “Civil War,” which...

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Brexit Means Return To Self-Government For Britain

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British historian and recent winner of the Bradley prize, Andrew Roberts, joined Hugh Hewitt to discuss the historical background of Brexit, the positions taken on both sides of the issue in Britain, and the implications of the vote this Thursday. Roberts pointed out that 60% of Britain’s laws are currently...

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Mohler: Normalizing Physician Assisted Suicide

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California’s recently-passed assisted suicide law officially has now gone in effect. The Golden State is the fourth state to have such a law and now 16 percent of the United States’ population has access to assisted suicide, up from four percent. It’s a huge moral shift for the country. One...

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Davenport: No To 16-Year-Old Voting

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Ever on the bleeding edge of change, San Francisco is placing a measure on the November ballot to allow 16-year olds to vote.  Two cities in Maryland have already done this, and an effort to lower the voting age nationally is underway. The last time the voting age was lowered,...

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