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Kiev’s dilemma: To fight or not to fight

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Ukraine | If Machiavelli were advising the Ukrainian government, he would share what he wrote in The Prince . In that oft-read but less-often-followed 16th century manual…

There’s no shaming the shameless

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Culture | Shame is a good thing. The capacity for shame humanizes us. Try as I might, I simply cannot bring my cat to embarrassment. But even one of the 19th…

Happy Government Day

Happy Government Day

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Government | On a beautiful spring Saturday I looked out my picture window at my happy neighbors, a young couple in their 30s. Bela is Hungarian and Susan is English, but…

Liberty as secure as your books

Liberty as secure as your books

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Technology | I own books. Many books. They are the tools of my academic trade. But they are also the highways of my political and even spiritual liberty. Access to my…

Free speech and civil behavior

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First Amendment | Overt government violations of our rights seem to be multiplying these days—NSA snooping, IRS persecutions of tea party organizations, and Obamacare…

Putin’s lost chance at greatness

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Russia | Russian President Vladimir Putin has been looking quite pleased with himself these days. Coming off his “Russia is back” Winter Olympics, he launched a…

Taking Russia seriously

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Foreign Policy | In the Ukrainian Crisis, Russian President Vladimir Putin is playing chess while President Barack Obama is playing peekaboo. Obama emerged from presidential…

The children of spring

The children of spring

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Culture | Spring is attempting its arrival and children are sprouting up on baseball fields and playgrounds across the country. The air is alive with their little…

The Putin enigma

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Russia | Even though Russian President Vladimir Putin has controlled his country for 15 years, we are still unclear on what sort of man he is. A newly inaugurated…

The Russian bear is loose again

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Ukraine | There are rumors of war in Crimea. Russia has 150,000 troops massed on Ukraine’s border, has forces controlling the strategic Black Sea port of Sevastopol…

The new generation of evangelical politics

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Politics | News of white evangelicals retreating from political engagement, or shifting to a Democrat-friendly agenda, gets the attention of establishment news outlets.

Time to scrap the Olympics

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2014 Winter Olympics | So as we slide through the second and final week of another Olympics, hasn’t it been entertaining? Wild dogs, ugly sweaters, and bad snow. But remind me,

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