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Cable charade

Cable charade

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Faith & Inspiration | When hyperbole diminishes the plain meaning of words

No more cursive writing

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Education | On Presidents Day I went down to the National Historic Park in Philadelphia to see the Liberty Bell because it was free that day. I (re)learned some…

How Paterno and Pétain died too old

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Culture | Marshal Philippe Pétain (1856–1951) and Coach Joe Paterno (1926–2012) have something in common: They died too old. Far better for their legacies if they…

Preferring those who hate us

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Israel | There is a Ph.D. dissertation in it for whoever can figure out why we always prefer those who hate us. The spectacle of a few weeks ago of students at the…

The Obama thing

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Culture | The very first column I wrote for WORLDin 1998, when the second-to-last page in the magazine was still called “Soul Food,” started like this: “I was 16…

A face you can trust

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Media | Brian Williams has a face you can trust. That, I’m sure, is partly why he is the anchorman for the NBC Nightly News . I look at his face and I say to myself,

Faith is the thing

Faith is the thing

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Faith & Inspiration | Believing in the absence of receiving

Like totally wiped

Like totally wiped

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Culture | In Monday’s column I stood up for punctuation. Confessing my sins, I affirmed the necessity, for the good of mankind, of using the grace notes of grammar…

How I sold out

How I sold out

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Culture | I have done the very thing I thought I would never do. No, I am not talking about the sins of Romans 7 that are endlessly debated. What I have done is to…

The house next door

The house next door

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Faith & Inspiration | The woman two doors down from us is moving away, so the two of us went out for coffee. The elephant in the room was the subject of the house between hers and…

Incubating character in the home

Incubating character in the home

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Faith & Inspiration | My father, age 90, moved in with us last year, and it is all to the good. I didn’t say it is all without challenges. But who ever produced anything…

Relocating raccoons and other detainees

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Terrorism | Squirrels, rabbits, opossums, and raccoons are on my father’s enemies list. We have ridden quite a few vermin out of town in a cage, depositing them in…

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