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N.Y. Journal: Transient connections

N.Y. Journal: Transient connections

By Alisa Harris
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Culture | Last Sunday I got on the subway to go to church and walked toward an empty seat. I saw that the woman next to it had spilled a cup of Dunkin' Donuts coffee at…

"Judged by sunlight"

By Andrée Seu
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Faith & Inspiration | My hope and confidence is that Pastor Rick Warren's prayer at the presidential inauguration on January 20 will be full of "eilikrineia"-that is, "judged by…

The Church of You: Weddings

By Tony Woodlief
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Religion | The Church of You, as I explained in my last post, isn't tied down by traditions and rules. After all, how can you achieve true fulfillment if you're going…

Jindal to GOP: Repent!

Jindal to GOP: Repent!

By Cal Thomas
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Opinion | The Louisiana governor hopes the Republican Party will soon see the light and learn its lessons from the last two election cycles

Stars of the Senate

Stars of the Senate

By Emily Belz
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Politics | Activity on Capitol Hill Tuesday included a visit from President-elect Obama and hearings for his cabinet

Interview with Bobby Jindal

Interview with Bobby Jindal

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | A conversation with Louisiana's governor and a GOP rising star at the Governor's Mansion in Baton Rouge

The Russian gas trap

The Russian gas trap

By Peter Zeihan, Stratfor.com
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International | Russia and Ukraine have been spatting about natural gas since the Soviet breakup in 1992

A ban requested

By Andrée Seu
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Culture | Every now and then I may write on something about which I have no firm opinion. This is one such matter. (By the way, even when I do that, the fact is that I…

No trade-off?

By Alex Tokarev
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Economy | How did we end up in this mess? Is it a failure of capitalism produced by irresponsible deregulation? Did the unbridled market trip because blind forces…

Congress balks

Congress balks

By Emily Belz
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Economy | Despite Harry Reid's assurances that Congress will release $350 billion in bailout funds by week's end, Republicans and Democrats in Congress aren't biting

Getting real

By Andrée Seu
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Faith & Inspiration | The sermon is fine, and the hymn-singing stirring, and then we all file out to the fellowship hall, where in little huddles and corners of the room the real…

Personal blogging is dead

By Anthony Bradley
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Culture | If you have personal blog, shut it down. Nobody cares what you are musing about and few people can find it. This is the advice of Paul Boutin, writing about…

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