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Salvo 22

SALVO 22: Fall 2012
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Featured online from this issue:

Rally for Nothing
A Monologue to Help Atheists with Their Public Relations
by Les Sillars

To Make a Family
An Interview with Jennifer Roback Morse
by Marcia Segelstein

Bunk Science
If Peer Review Is Working, Why All the Retractions?
by Denyse O'Leary

Apples, Oranges & Gay Marriage
Or the Name Game & Hidden Assumptions
by Robin Phillips

State Purposes
Utopian Creep & the Struggle for Human Rights & Freedom
by Terrell Clemmons

Also in this issue:

The Fake Ads

Opening Salvo
A Good Offense
by James M. Kushiner


The Silenced Treatment
Why the Intolerance of Reparative Therapy for Those Who Seek It?
by Marcia Segelstein

Leave It to Beavers
These Rodent Builders Can Benefit Us
by Hugh Ross


Foreign Intel with Michael Cook
Surrogacy Tourism: Same-Sex Couples Look Abroad to Make Babies

Undercover with Terrell Clemmons
Sane Sex: The Truth About Men & Women

Hazmats with Judith Reisman
Minor Attractions: Pedophiles ♥ Johns Hopkins

Deprogram with Denyse O'Leary
The Eggheads: Have Bird Brains Scrambled Darwin's Tree of Life?

Operation ID with Casey Luskin
Deity Added: Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism

Featured Departments

Allied Front
Alliance Defending Freedom
by A. W. R. Hawkins

Featured Blip
Global Warning--Roosters of the Apocalypse: How the Junk Science of Global Warming Nearly Bankrupted the Western World by Rael Jean Isaac
reviewed by Terrell Clemmons

Stoics & Design: Learning from Old Books Would Have Helped a Federal Judge
by Cameron Wybrow

The American Psychiatric Association (APA) Going Soft on Pedophiles
by Terrell Clemmons

State Purposes: Utopian Creep & the Struggle for Human Rights & Freedom
by Terrell Clemmons

By Bread Alone: The Hunger Games & the Secularization of Western Culture
by Timothy Paul Jones

Parting Shot
United We Stand: Our Founding Ideas Can Heal Our Fragmentation
by Herb London

Shrapnel/Ammo, Blips, Hired Guns

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A Boy's Life: 5 Recommendations for Shielding Our Sons from the Anti-Culture—And Setting Them Towards Manhood by Anthony Esolen

Revolution 101: How the 'New Civics' Is Fomenting Civil Unrest by Terrell Clemmons

Up for Grabs: In Science, When 'Anything Goes,' Everything Goes by Denyse O'Leary

Optimal Optics: Evolutionists Don't Know a Good Eye When They See One by Jonathan Wells


The Darwin Tales: It's Time to Remit Darwinian Storytelling to the Annals of History by Terrell Clemmons

Engendered Confusion: The Chaos of Postmodern Sexuality by Laurie Higgins

Zombie Killer: The "Icons of Evolution" Have Joined the Ranks of the Undead by Denyse O'Leary

My Favorite Zombies: Can We Let Them Rest in Peace? by James M. Kushiner

Eye Openers: Eight Common Factors for Atheists Changing Their Minds About God by Matt Nelson

Tuning Out the Universe: How Naturalism & Post-Fact Science Ignore the Evidence We See by Denyse O'Leary

Deep-Seated Rights: What They Are & Why You Have Them by Steve Jones

Improbably So: Fine-Tuning Is Unlikely, but Unlikely Things Happen All the Time by Tim Barnett

The Long Red Shadow: Mike Shotwell Has a Message for Millennial America by Terrell Clemmons

The Good Life: It's to Know, Serve & Love the Truth, Not the Pursuit of Happiness by James Altena

Taking Polls Apart: Human Complexity Foils Electoral Predictions by Denyse O'Leary

Morality as Story: The False Charity of Modern Journalism by Rebekah Curtis

Can We Talk?: It Is Crucial That We Put Our Minds to Contentious Issues by James M. Kushiner

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