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11.2 — March/April, 1998

Is Titanic Satanic?

An Internet Discussion Between Patrick Henry Reardon, Rod Dreher & Terry Mattingly

13.5 — June, 2000

The NCC’s Peculiar Solidarity

on Elián González

13.7 — September, 2000

Right-Wing in New York

on Counterculturalism

14.1 — January/February, 2001

Too Close for Comfort

on Liberal Christianity

14.8 — October, 2001

Holding My Own in New York

on Fathers & Sons

16.2 — March, 2003

Lessons & Carols

on Finding Hope in Difficult Times

16.3 — April, 2003

Looking for Mrs. Miniver

on Clerical Pacifism

16.3 — April, 2003

The Godless Party

Media Bias & Blindness?And the Big Story They Missed

18.6 — July/August, 2005

One Big Ad Campaign

How the Media Try to Separate Your Children from Your Values

18.7 — September, 2005

Pink Campaign

How the Media Made Homosexuality Mainstream

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