Our partial victory in Vietnam

All my life I’ve heard we lost the Vietnam War.

For example, when I was in college, I heard it from a young, sneering professor who had recently got his Ph.D. in history and seemed to delight in our “loss.”

But a fresh look at the Paris Peace Accords, which the North signed, tells a different story.

What went wrong after the signing can be laid at the feet of the American left in Congress.

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The biblical norm for marriage

In June 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided that the Constitution gives you the right marry whomever you want.

And so the SCOTUS-Five redefined marriage, in an extremely controversial reading of the Constitution, for 310 million Americans.

Since that decision, should we even discuss the biblical norm for marriage?


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