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Groupon’s flub or brilliance?

By Marvin Olasky
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History | Is Groupon historically illiterate or exceptionally clever? On Friday it issued a press release announcing a Presidents Day offer: customers would get $10 off…

Opening spectacle in Sochi

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | Russia’s Winter Olympics begin with politics, media accommodations, and the threat of terror overshadowing the games

Reasonable fears

Reasonable fears

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | Recent acts of overreach have left me suffering from tyrannophobia

How a Down syndrome teen hiked toward Mount Everest

By Marvin Olasky
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Abortion | In this month of remembering Roe v. Wade tragedies and praying for all the babies threatened by abortion, we should remember that Down syndrome kids are among…

Principle, pragmatism, and pandering on abortion

Principle, pragmatism, and pandering on abortion

By Marvin Olasky
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Abortion | It will be educational to see how The New York Times covers Roe v Wade remembrances this month. Let’s assume that a politician might vote on principle, might…

ESPN hires Tim Tebow

By Mickey McLean
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Media | Tim Tebow is back in football—but he’ll be behind a mic instead of under center. The former pro and college quarterback will be an analyst for the SEC…

Cartoonist draws on digital media

Cartoonist draws on digital media

By Nick Eicher
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Media | Syndicated editorial cartoonist Gary Varvel is a rarer talent than a professional athlete. He is one among just 50 full-time editorial cartoonists working…

The year in propaganda

The year in propaganda

By Marvin Olasky
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Media | Worshipful journalists do their best to support Obama’s “Second Coming”

‘Mistakes were made’

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | Mark Driscoll and Tyndale House issue a joint statement regarding alleged plagiarism

Celebrity jeopardy

By Warren Cole Smith
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Media | Driscoll accusations highlight the dangers of an evangelical celebrity machine

Why Gawker seems brainless

Why Gawker seems brainless

By Marvin Olasky
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Poverty | The website Gawker on Tuesday featured a story with a grabby lead paragraph: “A new study that traces the effect of government programs on poverty all the way…

Taking credit, deflecting blame

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | Controversy surrounding megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll shines light on practices in Christian publishing industry

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