Author Archive | Marisa Martin

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Hanukkah in art: Beautiful menorahs to inspire

“Chanukiah” by Barbara Berney. Multilayed digital painting, printed on paper September, 70 A.D. was a very bad year for Jews. They lost their nation, their temple, and thousands of lives to the Romans. Yet ever since, an almost supernatural optimism pervades Jewish feasts and holidays, particularly on Hanukkah. Jews proved their hope was not in […]

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Modern-day martyrs at the hands of ISIS

In 2015, the entire world was mesmerized as every horror movie seemed to converge in the sands of the Libyan desert. That February, 21 Christian men were ritually slaughtered in one of the first scripted and elaborately produced acts of terror created specifically to be broadcast. Horrific carnage splashed across the estimated five billion screens […]

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On campus: Dead babies, screaming socialists

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The following column contains graphic images of aborted children and may be disturbing to some readers.) America’s longest war is slogging it out in colleges across the land. It’s bloody and vicious, but gets little coverage because its victims are silent. This is our 44-year war against abortion. Cluster bombs were first dropped […]

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Maybe football really is a religion

Colin Kaepernick’s rejection of the flag in 2016 was like the first stage of a hydrogen bomb; explosive elements of race, politics, and patriotism were packed into place and about to make a raging fireball. But why is the fallout still so dense and acrimonious? Miles of opinion columns covered the surprising divisiveness over an […]

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