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Critics' Choice: Top Movies of 2010
Editorial Staff & Film Critics
In our yearly roundup at Crosswalk.com, the editorial staff and contributing film critics have echoed some of the highest grossing films of 2010 as we voted on what we thought were the top movies of last year. Find out what we picked for our top 10 list, as well as some noteworthy honorable mentions.
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Spiritual Life

How to Accomplish More with Only One Thing
Rebecca Barlow Jordan
We hear it all the time: "Focus on the 6 most important things for today." But is it possible to accomplish more with less? Have you ever tried the principle of the One Thing?
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Is Your Light Under a Bushel?
Dan Miller
Is the world seeing your strongest talents now, or will we have to wait until you are dead to recognize your best work?
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Working Out Our Salvation with Love and Charity
Michael Craven
It appears, based on some of the reactions to last week's commentary, that we need to further explore the subject of the gospel of the kingdom. Let's face it: what we believe about Jesus' mission--why he came to earth--is an essential starting point in discipleship. The slightest deviation at the beginning can result in dramatic differences in our conclusions, in much the same way that starting a few degrees off course can lead you far from your intended destination.
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Christian Relationships

How to Communicate in Your Marriage
Joe Beam
Is communication as important in marriage as you keep hearing from well-meaning friends and pop culture? Or can some communication actually harm a marriage or romantic relationship?
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Does Your Child Have Prickly Friends?
Sandy Coughlin
Do you worry about the friends your kids choose?
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Build Great Relationships with Your Adult Children
Whitney Hopler
If you learn how to relate to your adult children as respected friends, you can build great relationships with them that can last for the rest of your lives.
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Today's Devotional

Staying Close to the Almighty (from "In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley")
So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God (Isa. 41:10).
Children of the Most High are called to walk with Him whether circumstances are delightful or difficult.
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TH Daily - January 19 - Thomas Sowell, Michelle Malkin, John Stossel, Walter E. Williams, Brent Bozell and More

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"Thanks to you, I'm up over $80,000."
Before Bill Boswell joined The Geiger Index, he was down $325,000. It was a retirement-crushing deficit. By following Geiger's simple moves, he made it all back and is now UP more than $80,000. All in about a year. But the truth is, anyone could have done what Bill did. To find out how easy it is to make serious money with Geiger, take a look at this special presentation.
Budget Crisis Rhetoric: Part II
Thomas Sowell:

Not enough of us have yet learned not to take media rhetoric at face value either, even when it appears in what looks like a "news" story, but is actually a disguised editorial on the front page. ... more

The Hate Speech Inquisition
Michelle Malkin:

There isn't a shred of evidence that deranged Tucson massacre suspect Jared Loughner ever listened to talk radio or cared about illegal immigration. But that hasn't stopped a coalition of power-grabbing politicians, progressive activists and open-borders lobbyists from plying their quack cure for the American body politic. ... more

Will the Republicans Really Cut This Time?
John Stossel:

The Republicans promise less intrusive, less expensive government. But will they deliver? In the past, they have said they would shrink the state, but then they came into power and spent more. ... more

Why We're a Divided Nation
Walter E. Williams:

Some Americans have strong, sometimes unyielding preferences for Mac computers, while most others have similarly strong preferences for PCs and wouldn't be caught dead using a Mac. ... more

Who Is James Eric Fuller?
Brent Bozell:

OK, so conservatives have to be accused of fostering hatred with our alleged vitriol, the kind of vitriol that fuels the flames of violence, like we witnessed in Tucson except -- well, except there wasn't and isn't a shred of evidence that the killer was influenced by any conservatives. ... more

America's China Syndrome
Jonah Goldberg:

Chinese President Hu Jintao's state visit this week has rekindled the familiar debate over American "decline." Our sole-superpower moment is over, we're told, and the 21st century will prove so much tougher than the 20th. ... more

History Rebuts Tucson Lies
Michael Medved:

The debate between left and right on contributing factors in the Tucson shootings has unfolded along utterly predictable and thoroughly unenlightening lines. ... more

"Thanks to you, I'm up over $80,000."

Before Bill Boswell joined The Geiger Index, he was down $325,000. It was a retirement-crushing deficit. By following Geiger's simple moves, he made it all back and is now UP more than $80,000. All in about a year. But the truth is, anyone could have done what Bill did. To find out how easy it is to make serious money with Geiger, take a look at this special presentation.

Obamacare: Round Two, Awake Conservatives!
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann:

The House Republicans are pushing to repeal Obamacare. But are conservatives prepared to win the debate? ... more

The Tiger Mother and Us
Mona Charen:

Amy Chua may or may not be a superior mother, but she is a superb marketer -- and I say that with admiration. ... more

Tunisia's Remarkable Revolt
Austin Bay:

On Jan. 14, Tunisia's president for life, Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, resigned in the face of nationwide protests and fled the country for exile in Saudi Arabia. ... more

Welcoming Hu Jintao
Ken Blackwell:

It was twenty-two years ago, in the spring of 1989, that thousands of Chinese students gathered in Beijing's Tienanmen Square to demand democracy. It was a time when it seemed the winds of hope and change might sweep away tyranny from the whole world. ... more

Avoid GOP Timidity in 2011
Tony Blankley:

What should the congressional GOP's policy objectives be for the next two years regarding federal deficits and prosperity? ... more

On Rule by Experts, or: The New Barbarism
Paul Greenberg:

Buried in the mass of directives issued by the new head of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services was a little ol' regulation putting the government in the business of end-of-life consultations. ... more

Looking for Loughners: Would Laxer Commitment Rules Make Us Safer?
Jacob Sullum:

After the recent shooting rampage in Tucson, Ariz., the psychiatrist E. Fuller Torrey, writing in The Wall Street Journal, said such crimes are "the inevitable outcome of five decades of failed mental-health policies." ... more

Loughner and the 'Maggots'
Terry Jeffrey:

Jared Loughner, who killed six and wounded 13, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, did not listen to political talks shows, but he did listen to a rock group that calls its fans "maggots." ... more

Who Will Sign Obama's 2012 Checks? Guess Hu
Ben Shapiro:

Foreign dignitaries visit the United States frequently. Most of them stay for a few days in Washington, D.C. Some of them visit the United Nations in New York. Few of them stray from the governmental and cultural centers of the United States. So, why is Chinese President Hu Jintao traveling to Chicago? ... more

Obama Isn't Fooling Anyone
David Harsanyi:

President Barack Obama penned a witty Wall Street Journal op-ed this week, titled "Toward a 21st-Century Regulatory System." ... more

Tiger Mother the New Grizzly
Marybeth Hicks:

She's opinionated. She's controversial. She's a grizzly mama. And her outspoken comments about certain Americans are generating Twitter memes and death threats. ... more

Why Doctors Will Support ObamaCare Repeal
Hadley Heath:

This week the Republican members of the House of Representatives plan to vote to repeal the new health care law known as "ObamaCare." Democrats are quickly dismissing the effort. ... more

Our World: Tunisia's Lessons for Washington
Caroline Glick:

The Tunisian president's regime was not the only thing destroyed. The two main foundations of 'expert' Western analysis of the Middle East have also been undone. ... more

Liberalism's Glass Slipper
Robert Morrison:

They're at it again. Liberals are determined to make their size 10 foot fit into the glass slipper of their imaginings. ... more

Business Hands Tied by Double Taxation
Kevin Glass:

A new survey out from the Association of Financial Professionals finds that business experts don't see a promising landscape in 2011. ... more

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