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Faith and Values: Lacking universal moral guides, we find ourselves in the Age of Deceit

With only feeble and tardy restraint from our institutions, our desires and dreads are subtly stoked so as to compromise our judgment and prudence.

New York’s long war on storefront porn reaches new tipping point

A dwindling number of peep shows, strip clubs and adult DVD stores have survived New York City’s two-decade legal war on smut and now, some of the survivors are worried …

100 years ago in Spokane: Police appoint woman ‘special officer’ to report on ‘moral conditions’ in parks, dance halls

Mrs. Grace Kendall was appointed a “special officer” of the Spokane police, with the authority to inspect and report on the “moral conditions” in the city’s parks and dance halls. …

The morality of marijuana

A few years ago, a student asked Shelley Bryan Wee, Lutheran Campus pastor at Eastern Washington University, if it was OK, as a Christian, to bring pot to a friend …

100 years ago in Spokane: Lewis and Clark PTA vows to combat ‘scandalous and terrible’ rumors

From our archives, 100 years ago Were Lewis and Clark High School students immoral?

Hollywood Defends Itself Against Criticism From Dole

Se. Bob Dole had no criticism of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s violent comedy “True Lies.” Photo by Associated Press