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Is Canada Hoarding America’s Natural Resources?

Sun, Nov 20, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

From the dawn of this continent’s recorded history, the fortunes of the United States and Canada have been fortuitously intertwined. Both nations were populated by an enterprising and morally ambitious stock of Europeans in search of a blank template. They envisioned something pure and righteous, wondrous and bold. They carried with them the noblest ideals of Christianity....

Thai Food and Homosexuality, The Shocking Link

Fri, Sep 23, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

One of the great culinary mysteries in contemporary America is the sudden popularity of restaurants from Thailand. Most often found in emerging urban neighborhoods, these establishments offer a concoction of burnt noodles and milky gravy known as curry. The food tastes aggressively of spices and is characterized by a tangy flavor that suggests urine. This strange new cuisine...

Has Comedian Will Ferrell Forsaken America’s Christians?

Wed, Jul 27, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

Hollywood insider Will Ferrell has worn many masks over the course of his lucrative career. From farcical jabs at professional golf and NASCAR to sympathetic portrayals of Ted Kaczynski and Fidel Castro, he seeks to explore every aspect of our cultural scene. The actor even went so far as to belittle President George Bush in the aftermath of 9/11. In addition to these dalliances,...

Can Cat Meat Solve the World’s Hunger Problem?

Thu, Jun 30, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

It is with great difficulty that we survey the melancholy state of affairs in this new millennium. Despite our unprecedented abundance, and even cultural excess, we still have those who suffer needlessly in their day-to-day lives. Disease and political violence have become central issues in the halls of our great governmental organizations, but hunger continues to be one of...

When It Comes to The Phish, Music Censorship Is Not Enough

Tue, Jun 28, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

In Alpharetta, Georgia, a torrential thunderstorm boils overhead as a rock band takes to an open air stage. Is the concert cancelled for the safety of all those present? No, a simple act of God is not enough to stop those in pursuit of profit and the profane. Schools in Bethel, New York are forced to close when a fanatical cult rolls into town. Concerned families know to protect...

14 Outrageous Secrets That a Homosexual Will Never Tell You

Sat, Jun 25, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

As corrupt legislators and activist jurists take a machete to human dignity, it’s important that we remind ourselves of the very worst aspects of the homosexual agenda. Be warned, however, these are things radical activists don’t want you to know. They will riot, they will bribe, they will attack life and liberty to hide these profoundly upsetting activities. Today let...

Are Steam Rooms Safe for Heterosexuals?

Wed, Jun 8, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

A firm balance between our flesh and our souls! That is one of the most underappreciated requirements of Christian life in our fast-paced culture today. “Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God?” Corinthians 6:19-20 tells us. “You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God...

Ricky Gervais: Profiting Big From Bigotry

Mon, Jun 6, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

It’s hard to imagine comic Ricky Gervais as anything more than a caricature of a European intellectual. Bloated, pompous and forever attired in black t-shirts, he fills the role to a T. Add to this image a difficult accent and an unpleasant sexual persona, and we have some sort of cross between alleged Wikileaks rapist Julian Assange and the character Dieter from the...

Should I Hire a Hippie?

Wed, May 25, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

Dear Stephenson, I own a small bakery in Georgia and last week a young man came in to apply for a job as an overnight baker. He was a bit strange looking to say the least!!! He dressed like a gypsy and had this long, nappy hair tied up in knot. His qualifications are great and I really need to fill this position since my last girl quit to get married. The problem is we’re...

Gilligan’s Island and the Birth of America’s Homosexual “Bear” Scene

Sat, May 14, 2011 | By Stephenson Billings

The power that television programs had on the public psyche in the late 1960s and early 1970s is often forgotten in this era of internet dominance. Those were violent and confusing times. Racial problems and urban riots, dangerous war protests and political conspiracies made many question their faith and their understanding of American democracy. Shows like Little House on...