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Captain Bob

On the day my family moved into our home in Northern Virginia, we found a bottle of champagne with a card from the sellers affixed. They congratulated us on our purchase—a fixer-upper with a jungle of a backyard—and told us how much they had loved the neighborhood. “And be sure to make . . . . Continue Reading »

Christian Urbanism

Cities have figured prominently in the Christian imagination: City of God, City of Jerusalem, the Heavenly City. The single English word “city” has varied referents that easily blur our vision. But the image has lodged itself firmly into our religious politics. The “secular city” (a phrase . . . . Continue Reading »

A Pro-Family Caucus

Today, Rep. Mary Miller and co-chairs Rep. Diana Harshbarger and Rep. Brian Babin are establishing the Congressional Family Caucus to defend the natural family from attempts to undermine and erode it. Continue Reading »

Three Christmas Dinners

For many people under the age of forty, the days of sitting at one Christmas table have gone the way of the Waltons. Ma, Pa, and their handful of children make up far too simple a family scene. But the loss of the classic Christmas table may indicate more than the passing of an iconic TV . . . . Continue Reading »

The New Women's Movement

Powerful female activists are fighting against the transgender movement’s massive push to provide sex changes to gender-confused girls; against attacks on the natural family; and against the vile abuse and degradation of digital pornography. Continue Reading »

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