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America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 6 VOL. 16, NO. 5 Sept. 10, 2014 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, XIII America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 6 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman In this Briefing, we continue asking the question, has America bent over backwards so far in our spiritual, moral, and constitutional life that we are in danger of “breaking”?  Precipitated by America’s Culture War, this concern echoes the anguished cry of the Father in the famous musical production, “Fiddler on the Roof,” a father who ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 5.C. VOL. 16, NO. 4 July 21, 2014 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, XII America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 5.C. By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman Has America bent over so far backwards in our spiritual, moral, and constitutional life that we are in danger of “breaking”? This question is central to our current series of Court Watch Briefings. The question has been precipitated by America’s Culture War and echoes the anguished cry of the Father in the famous musical production, ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 5.B. VOL. 16, NO. 4 July 17, 2014 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, XI America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 5.B. By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman In this Briefing, we continue asking the question, has America bent over backwards so far in our spiritual, moral, and constitutional life that we are in danger of “breaking”? Precipitated by America’s Culture War, this concern echoes the anguished cry of the Father in the famous musical production, “Fiddler on the Roof,” a father who ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 5 VOL. 16, NO. 2 March 27, 2014 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, X America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 5 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman Has America bent over backwards too far in its spiritual, moral, and constitutional life so that we are in danger of “breaking”? This question is central to our current series of Court Watch Briefings. The question has been precipitated by America’s Culture War and echoes the anguished cry of the Father in the famous musical ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 4 VOL. 16, NO. 1 February 11, 2014 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, IX America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 4 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman “How far can you make a man bend over backwards before he breaks?” is the anguished cry heard in one of the most widely acclaimed musical productions of the Twentieth Century, “Fiddler on the Roof.” This question generates the theme for our current series of “Briefings,” the question whether America has bent over backwards too ... Read more

Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, VIII VOL. 15, NO. 9 December 23, 2013 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, VIII By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman Throughout this year of 2013, we have been responding to a question that is central to America’s current chaos and future condition: “How far can you make a man bend over backwards before he breaks?” This anguished cry was heard in one of the most widely acclaimed musical productions of the Twentieth Century, “Fiddler on the Roof.” And it ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 3 VOL. 15, NO. 8 September 27, 2013 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, VII: America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 3 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman “Who might fulfill the role ” in appealing the recent court decisions such as those recently made by federal judges against state and federal laws defending “marriage” as defined throughout centuries of Anglo-American law? This very pertinent question was raised by Russell Hemati, Chair of the Department of Philosophy at Houston Baptist University shortly ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 2 VOL. 15, NO. 7 August 27, 2013 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, VI: America’s Marriage Miasma, Part 2 By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman “How far can you make a man bend over backwards before he breaks?” This anguished cry was heard in one of the most widely acclaimed musical productions of the Twentieth Century, “Fiddler on the Roof.” In our current series of Court Watch Briefings, we have been asking, “Has America bent over backwards too far in ... Read more

America’s Marriage Miasma VOL. 15, NO. 6 August 8, 2013 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, V: America’s Marriage Miasma By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman Francis Schaeffer, the pre-eminent late-Twentieth Century Christian apologist, wrote in 1981 that “The basic problem of the Christians in this country in the last eighty years or so, in regard to society and in regard to government, is that they have seen things in bits and pieces instead of totals.” While Christians at that time had ... Read more

The Romeike Homeschooling Case VOL. 15, NO. 5 June 26, 2013 Attorney General Holder v. the Statue of Liberty: The Romeike Homeschooling Case By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman “Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” These words close the invitation inscribed on the Statue of Liberty, which for so long has beckoned to persecution victims around the world.  But does America still genuinely offer this sanctuary to persecution victims from other countries, especially if the victims are ... Read more

Remembering the Faith of Our Fathers VOL. 15, NO. 4 May 23, 2013 Back to the Basics: Straightening Up America, IV: Remembering the Faith of Our Fathers By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman As we celebrate this Memorial Day and those who have fought to protect our country and our Constitution, the enemies of our venerable Judeo-Christian Constitution continue to pommel us with their Reconstructionist/Humanistic attacks.  In so doing, they force us to continue asking, “How far can you make a man bend over backwards before he ... Read more

Marriage Mayhem VOL. 15, NO. 3 April 15, 2013 Back to the Basics:  Straightening Up America, III:  Marriage Mayhem By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman “Traditional marriage has been around for thousands of years. Same-sex marriage is very new. . . .  You want us to step in and render a decision based on an assessment of the effects of this institution which is newer than cell phones or the Internet?”  (U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito during oral arguments before the ... Read more

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