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The inefficiency of love

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Poverty | New York is a city of 8 million souls—55,000 of them, just over one-half of 1 percent, are homeless. But it’s still a lot of people, and a lot of…

Doing Britain the Scots way

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U.K. | So Scotland has decided against national divorce. It was an odd settlement that Alex Salmond, the Scottish National Party leader, was proposing. The northern…

The president’s war

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ISIS | “I have the authority to address the threat from ISIL.” So President Barack Obama affirmed in his address to the nation last Wednesday regarding our new…

Showing kindness to strangers

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Faith & Inspiration | I love the human race. It’s people I find trying. Like when one of them is pumping gas right beside you with the most appalling words in the English…

Souls that hate violence

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Faith & Inspiration | If you have ever seen or suffered bullying, a mugging, or violent rage, you can recall your intuitive, visceral sense of how evil and unnatural violence is.

The police problem

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Police | When I was a boy, they told us in school that a policeman is your friend. There are communities where that does not appear to be true. Those communities also…

Prepare yourself for cultural exile

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Religion | After 350 years of Christian cultural dominance in America, church history professor Carl Trueman tells us what we should all know but have been reluctant to…

Christian witness in an anti-Christian age

Christian witness in an anti-Christian age

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Religion | There is a segment of young evangelicals, regardless of their left-right political and cultural positioning, that recoils from combative rhetoric in public…

End political pensions

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Politics | When Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the House majority leader, unexpectedly lost his party’s nomination to seek reelection our sympathies soon abated when we realized…

The American people’s gridlock

The American people’s gridlock

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Congress | Everyone’s down on Congress. Public approval for the institution stands around 13 percent. Even three billionaires, whom the law generally serves well, used…

Pride and shame on Independence Day

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Culture | Independence Day is a flag-waving, love-of-country time to reflect on everything good about America. So the recent Pew poll that asked people if they often…

Our transgendered future

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Sexuality | You are hateful and on the wrong side of history. You just don’t know it yet. Today’s normal is tomorrow’s appalling prejudice. Take this: Christin…

 
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