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Sabrina’s fable

Sabrina’s fable

By Mindy Belz
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Media | In the Rolling Stone ’s tall tale we witness both the stronghold and weak state of the liberal establishment

How the media made the term ‘religious freedom’ a bad word

By Kent Covington
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Religious Liberty | Intense media coverage fueled the public opinion firestorm over Indiana’s Religious Freedom Protection Act and religious liberty legislation in other…

What went wrong with Rolling Stone’s campus rape story

By Laura Edghill
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Media | Rolling Stone magazine has officially retracted its November 2014 article about an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia (UVA) fraternity party. The…

Midday Roundup: Fraternity plans legal action against Rolling Stone

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Unreliable sources. Rolling Stone magazine officially retracted its November article describing a campus rape at the University of Virginia that had far-reaching…

Nicholas Kristof’s defense of evangelicals

By John S. Dickerson
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Religion | On Sunday, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof observed a cemented bias against evangelical Christians among his erudite colleagues: “Today, among urban…

India’s newspaper business burgeons

By Anna K. Poole
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India | While print journalism is on the decline virtually everywhere else in the world, India’s newspaper industry is booming. With eight out of 10 Indians lacking…

Sunshine Week should turn up the heat

By Cal Thomas
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Government | This week is “Sunshine Week,” a nonprofit, nonpartisan national initiative launched by the American Society of News Editors to “promote a dialogue about…

The power of forgiveness

By Cal Thomas
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Race Issues | Turn on the TV news and you expect to see people of different races and politics denouncing each other. That’s why what happened last week on The Kelly File ,

‘Scientists say’

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Climate Change | The blessing and curse of writing well is that in college you can produce term papers full of nonsense and get an “A.” A discerning professor will flag it…

First thing in the morning

First thing in the morning

By Joel Belz
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Media | Don’t start your day with the news

Remembering conservative champion M. Stanton Evans

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Obituary | Medford Stanton Evans, one of the most influential players in the conservative movement of the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, died yesterday after a long fight…

Absorbing the punches

Absorbing the punches

By Joel Belz
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WORLD | Even when criticism hurts, it can be good

 
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