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A God involved

By Andrée Seu
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Faith & Inspiration | God is a God involved. Look for clues of Him everywhere in your day. As I read Psalm 71 I see that our God is a living God. When the psalmist talks about…

Educational gobbledegook

Educational gobbledegook

By Lee Wishing
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Education | Gobbledegook: It was the first word that came to mind when I learned of the International Summit on the Teaching Profession to be held in New York City in…

Reading the Constitution: What a concept!

Reading the Constitution: What a concept!

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Congress | When the 112th Congress convenes this week, the Republican leadership will begin with a reading of the Constitution on the floor of the House of…

A Kwanzaa exclusion

By Andrée Seu
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Religion | According to Wikipedia, "Kwanzaa is a weeklong celebration held in the United States honoring universal African-American heritage and culture, observed from…

Constitutionalists vs. 'interpretationists'

Constitutionalists vs. 'interpretationists'

By Cal Thomas
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Congress | The new House Republican leadership is smart to inaugurate their return to power by reading aloud the U.S. Constitution on the House floor. Recalling…

War on Poverty or War on the Poor?

War on Poverty or War on the Poor?

By Alex Tokarev
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Economy | The War on Poverty that began in the last months of John F. Kennedy's presidency and escalated under President Lyndon B. Johnson's vision of the Great Society…

Unspoken boundaries

Unspoken boundaries

By Andrée Seu
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Culture | My mother and I went to see The King's Speech , a film about the debilitating speech impediment of England's King George VI (a personage better known to Mom as…

Ending online anonymity

Ending online anonymity

By Anthony Bradley
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Technology | Maintaining an anonymous internet persona tends to bring out the worst in online behavior and can lead to hostile and insulting interactions, including flame…

Growing out of our cult of youth

Growing out of our cult of youth

By D.C. Innes
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Culture | It's 2011. Three score and five years ago, our mothers brought forth a new generation, a big generation, a baby boom that has now started entering retirement.

Opening Day

Opening Day

By Emily Belz
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Congress | As the newly elected speaker of the House, John Boehner gavels in a bullish Republican majority

More bold to speak

By Andrée Seu
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Faith & Inspiration | I learned in Philippians today that God desires us to be "much more bold to speak the word without fear" (1:14). I know that seems not worth saying, in a…

Let's investigate

Let's investigate

By Cal Thomas
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Congress | Given the Democrats' track record of investigating Republican administrations, they will lack credibility when they protest Republicans investigating actions…

 
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