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How Politics Takes an interest in You By Sutherland Institute

You may think you don't have an interest in politics, but it takes an interest in you--right down to the price of your food.

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Miracle at Sea

For the Tabernacle Choir miracles are an everyday occurrence. But in 1955, on a rough open sea, Choir members exercised exceeding faith to summon a miracle that transcended music and saved a man’s life. He was a hemophiliac--a bleeder. He was hemorrhaging

By Larry Barkdull
So What Do We Do Now?

The world is run by those who show up, such as the senior citizen who walks into the fire station every Tuesday and asks, "Got anything I can vote on today?"

By Gary C. Lawrence
Take the long view of Supreme Court’s (non)decision on marriage

Defenders of marriage will, and should, support the states still defending their marriage laws in other lawsuits.

By William C. Duncan
Shark Tank Strikes Deal with Mormon Father-Son duo

Father-son entrepreneurs Brian and Noah Calhoon appeared this Friday on the ABC show “Shark Tank,” to pitch their business Paper Box Pilots.

The Relationship Between Politics and Covenants

The founding fathers of America devised a unique or exceptional form of government which encourages people of faith to participate in the political process while protecting us from a state instituted church.

By Mike Mansfield
Be ‘warriors’ for social justice, Mike Lee and Arthur Brooks urge S.L. audience

"If you believe in fighting to improve life for poor and middle-class families, you cannot believe that trimming a hedge is less valuable than managing a hedge fund."

By Pamela Whitmore
Into the Mystical Highlands of Peru

For many years, I have been amazed to travel and learn more about the cultures of the world, but Peru is one of the most fascinating places that I have ever traveled.

By Dian Thomas
Profanity for “Educational Reasons”

When Andy Napper's 13-year-old daughter came home from school with a permission slip to say that she would be reading a book with some swearing in it, he thought that it couldn't be too bad if it was from school, but decided to ask for a copy anyway.

By Franz Sidney
What Happened? The Supreme Court Refuses to Hear the Marriage Cases

It was widely believed the Court would accept Utah’s petitions so they could settle the legal dispute they themselves had created.

By William C. Duncan