Opinion: Governments Have the Right to Implement Mask Mandates

Governors and health officials across the country have drawn the ire of an emerging anti-mask fringe movement. These fledgling activists feel that the government either has no legal authority to implement such a mandate, or that the government has no moral authority to impose restrictions of these kinds in peoples’ personal lives.  In fact, at Liberty University, a handful of […]

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Opinion: A Vote for Joe Biden is a Vote for Planned Parenthood

The pro-life movement, which staunchly believes that a successful abortion requires the murder of an unborn human, has shown glimpses of steady growth under the Trump administration. President Trump was also the first sitting U.S. president to attend the March for Life, a prominent annual pro-life event attended by tens of thousands of people. There, he gave a speech in […]

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Opinion: A Semester During Covid-19 is a Chance to Expand Your Comfort Zone

For most college students, the past few months of quarantine, social distancing, masks, takeout and Zoom meetings have caused opportunities for face-to-face interaction to dwindle to a bare minimum. We were plucked out of our routines and social lives by a pandemic that has killed over 175,000 Americans. In addition, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention already reports a […]

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Opinion: It’s Time to Stand Up and End Human Trafficking

What has now become the largest growing industry in the world, human trafficking unfortunately and realistically haunts the dark corners of societies around the world. Human trafficking involves the exploitation of a person into forced activity against their will. This activity could be forced labor, violence, prostitution and many other forms of exploitation. Today, trafficking is often referred to as […]

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It is time to reopen church doors

Editor’s note: This does not necessarily reflect the writer’s personal view. For the opposing view, see “Churches should look more like Jesus’ tomb – Empty.” When pastors are arrested for holding church services and officers issue notices during an Easter service, congregations at home and in pews grow uneasy. What about religious liberty? As another week goes by without a […]

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Churches should look more like Jesus’s tomb – Empty

Editor’s note: This article addresses one side of the issue. See “It is time to reopen church doors” for the opposing perspective. American churches this past Easter Sunday undoubtedly hosted millions fewer churchgoers this year. But sprinkled across the nation, an audacious few defied government orders and worshipped in person anyway. “You need to be in a building, especially on […]

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