Are We in a Reproductive Recession?

The low birthrate of our country will have a detrimental effect on our nation in the future. Children are the future of this country, and they are needed to sustain a healthy economy. Italy, Japan and Russia are already facing the problems of a decreasing population size. The declining birth rate has not been beneficial for America, and our children are not better educated and our society is not better off.

OKWU Students Run for Freedom

Last week, The Orange Movement connected with the Oklahomans Against Trafficking Humans Coalition (OATH), and Run Free by Venture Expeditions to run the happiest 5k on earth— The Color Run. Because the color run had over 13,000 participants, it was a great opportunity to inform Oklahomans about human trafficking and the ways they can help.

The Christian Worldview

Christians often get labeled as the “pushy ones”— always trying to push the way they view the world on everyone else. But really, that is true of everyone that holds any worldview.

Where’s the Melody?

What’s that song in the air?  Wasn’t it just a perfect day on Saturday?  Nearly eighty degrees, no wind and clear skies. The type of day to take Freckles, our Cocker Spaniel down to Atkinson Park for a long romp. … Continued

The Consequences of Gun Control

Following the horrendous shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Connecticut, the issue of gun control has once again come to the forefront of political dialogue. Superficially this seems like a good idea. Intuitively limiting guns, magazines, and ammunition will surely reduce gun violence and save lives. While this may be emotionally satisfying, or soothing to the conscience that something was done, I would submit that such actions are not only ineffective and encroach upon our constitutional rights, but may even increase violence and crime.

Race: Undeniably a Factor in the Great Gun Control Debate

“One thing you don’t hear much about in the discussions of guns: race… Murders with guns are the No. 1 cause of death for African-American men between the ages of 15 and 34. But talking about race in the context of guns also mean taking on a subject that can’t be addressed by passing a law: The family breakdown issues that lead too many minority children to find social status and power in guns,” wrote Mr. Williams.