• Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday lesson courtesy of our resident Latin expert David Wilezol: Vergil, Georgics 2.490 Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas “Happy is he who has been able to learn the causes of things” Brought to you by

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  • Stay Out of Our Beds and Pews

    In order to find the proper perspective for controversies in Indiana and other states over “religious liberty” legislation, it's worth looking back at the long history of sodomy laws in the United States. That's not because the rules to protect religious believers compare in outrageousness with the criminalizing of gay…

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  • Expand your business: Sierra Vista, Nogales and Douglas

    Recently, our Tucson Hispanic Chamber launched affiliate chambers in Sierra Vista and Nogales. In the near future, we will be launching our Douglas Hispanic Chamber also. Our regional expansion is a great benefit to the more than 1100 members of our chamber as it allows them to build connections throughout…

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  • For Her Campaign, Hillary Selects Contradictory Goals

    For Her Campaign, Hillary Selects Contradictory Goals

    The Democratic frontrunner has reportedly selected the two themes she plans to emphasize in her presidential campaign but seems unconcerned that the twin goals contradict one another. The March 23 headline in the New York Times proclaimed “Hillary Clinton Tests Two Themes for 2016: Working Together and Inequality.” Laura Meckler…

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  • Support Memories Pizza in Indiana Here

    Donate here to support Memories Pizza in Indiana, which has been forced to close after an onslaught of criticism because it said it wouldn't cater gay weddings: Brought to you by

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  • Why Big Companies Claim a Race Crisis

    Why Big Companies Claim a Race Crisis

    Is America in 2015 facing a major crisis in race relations? Some significant players in the corporate world have invested money and prestige in a major effort to get you to think so. How do major companies, or the nation at large, benefit from persuading the public that the United…

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  • Good New on Soda – In Spite of Government

    Occasionally, an item of good news has nothing to do with government or politics. New figures from Beverage Digest show that per-person consumption of carbonated soft drinks fell last year to their lowest level in 28 years. Soda consumption overall has now decreased ten years in a row, indicating that…

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  • “Moral Equivalence” Argument Sinks to New Depths

    “Moral equivalence” has long been a favorite liberal argument – noting that America isn't perfect so we have no right to condemn evil. Premiering a new violin concerto with the New York Philharmonic, acclaimed composer John Adams explained it was inspired by an exhibition he saw in Paris exposing the…

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