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Must Read Authors

Dec 10, 2019

If you want to know of some recommended authors, here is my list of 70:

OK, I may have three strikes going against me in this piece: One, this is a rather subjective exercise – these are some of MY

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Don’t Feed the Trolls

Dec 2, 2019

Yes there are folks who love to argue and pick fights. This is how we should deal with them:

Consider this article to be sort of a public service announcement, a bit of free advice, and/or some hopefully wise counsel.

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‘But Your Articles Are Too Long!’

Nov 28, 2019

We live in an age where reading something for 5 minutes is too much for some people!

With an interactive website one can get all sorts of interesting comments – to put it politely. You never know just what sort

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No, That Is NOT Research

Jul 30, 2019

Many folks share rubbish on the web, claiming they ‘researched it’ – um, not always!

It has always been very difficult for most folks to make proper arguments, to think logically and carefully, to do some honest research, and to

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CultureWatch Turns Thirteen

Apr 5, 2019

Today, April 5, we commemorate various historical milestones. For example, in 1955 Winston Churchill resigned as prime minister of Great Britain. But I want to look at another event – one that occurred 13 years ago today. On April 5,

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25 Most Viewed CultureWatch Articles

Jan 2, 2019

With a new year upon us it might be worthwhile looking at what you, the reader, have been looking at – a least on my website. Most blogsites have various means to track visitors or visits, and that is true

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The 10 Commandments of Books

Dec 21, 2018

OK, my wife says I need a positive, uplifting article to offset my many rather gloomy articles. And it is nearly Christmas. So what better topic to cheer us all up tremendously than books? What else can so easily bring

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The UN Migration Pact

Dec 10, 2018

World leaders are meeting in Morocco as I write this, discussing a UN pact on migration. It is already a highly contentious issue, with many countries not going to the conference, and many not signing up for the pact. A

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The US Mid-Term Elections

Nov 7, 2018

On November 6 America had its mid-term elections. As the name implies, it comes between the presidential election cycle (in this case, between 2016 and 2020). This year all 435 seats in the House of Representatives were up for grabs,

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Fighting Back Against Trans Insanity

Oct 28, 2018

The war on biology, on reality and on our children continues unabated as the trans militants keep pushing their nefarious agenda. One of the most recent outrages comes from Tasmania. Labor and the Greens there want to remove sex from

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This is How We Take on the Trans Lunacy

Aug 29, 2018

Militant trans activism is so bizarre, so idiotic, and so completely illusory that it must eventually collapse under its own weight. It seeks to defy everything, including biology, DNA, truth and reality itself. Eventually such lunacy and delusion must self-destruct

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What Gets You Passionate?

Jul 24, 2018

There are all sorts of things that get people excited and passionate – some good, and some not so good. It might be a new car, or the next sexual conquest, or making lots of money, or one’s favourite sports

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On 4000

Mar 25, 2017

OK, another day, another milestone. For what it is worth, this is the 4000th article to appear on this site. As I have often said, if you want someone to fix your car, I am not your man. If you

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A Great Way To Destroy Our Witness

Feb 28, 2017

It goes without saying that having a strong and consistent Christian witness and testimony in the public arena is vital. The way most people will think about God and Christ will be based largely on what they see in us,

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