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Some Americans Suffered An Atrosity

I once stood in a small cemetery where a little known group of American hostages are buried. There are no tombstones, only a flat rock placed on each grave—no names to identify these Americans who suffered tremendous indignities and deprivations as … Continue reading

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Gee. Does Geography Make Things True?

What determines most people’s religion?  Why are most people in Saudi Arabia Muslims?  Why are most people in India Hindus?  Why do the majority of Americans claim to be Christian?  Why do people in Communist countries say they are atheists? … Continue reading

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