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Untreatable Gonorrhea Is Rapidly Spreading. Here’s What You Need to Know

As drug-resistant gonorrhea rapidly spreads around the world, one team of researchers may have a strategy to combat it, according to a new study. Gonorrhea is becoming a superbug, meaning the drugs typically used to treat it are no longer reliably effective. Should gonorrhea’s antibiotic resistance continue to increase, the results could be bleak, given

Principles over Personalities

Terry Paulson, George Will’s column, “Feeble president is good for nation,” makes some striking assertions. “Trump is something the nation did not know it needed—a feeble president whose manner can cure the nation’s excessive fixation with the presidency.” Both Presidents Bush and Obama stretched the power of the presidency. George Will explains, “After 2001, ‘The

Puerto Rico – The time for democracy is now

Carlos Mercader, “All peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.” – Article 1 in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) This Sunday, Puerto Ricans will cast their votes in a political-status referendum, exercising

Trump and Paris — Let the negotiations begin

Newt Gingrich, President Trump’s speech Thursday was extraordinarily important and powerful. He set the stage for a new, practical common-sense approach to a better environment with a better economy. He also re-established the sound principle that an American president’s first obligation is to the American people and the American nation. Finally, he brilliantly concluded his

A Huffington Post Humanist Urges the Church to Stop Using the Bible as a Moral Guide

Michael Brown, It’s one thing when a humanist attacks the Bible. That’s expected. It’s another thing when a humanist attacks a Christian denomination for using the Bible as a moral guide. But that’s exactly what humanist author Clay Farris Naff did on the Huffington Post on April 29th. Naff was upset that the highest court