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Down the memory hole?

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History | It didn’t grab big headlines, but last month a controversy blew up at the U.S. Army War College—not about grand strategy, but about artwork. For decades,

Saint Gilbert?

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Religion | There’s a movement afoot for the official canonization of G.K. Chesterton, with Dale Ahlquist, a leading Chesterton biographer and founder of the American…

The exaltation project

The exaltation project

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Culture | It has moved from tower to tower, leaving a trail of destruction

Small town, big trouble

Small town, big trouble

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Cities | “It’s like Mayberry,” visitors sometimes say, a genuine small town of the sort that used to thrive all across this great land. It’s not just a bedroom…

Seeking the image

Seeking the image

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Culture | The emergence of the ‘selfie’ tells us a lot about ourselves

Tale of the teeth

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Poverty | The blog post was titled “Why I Make Terrible Decisions, or Poverty Thoughts,” by a young woman with the cyber-moniker “KillerMartinis.” (Warning: The…

Drawing battle lines in the war on Christmas

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Religion | Thanksgiving took a beating this year, arriving so late in the month that stores and shoppers stampeded all over it in their rush to the holiday shopping…

Going to extremes

Going to extremes

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Politics | An aggressive pursuit of ideological purity is misplaced—when applied to politics

Gratitude in dangerous times

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Faith & Inspiration | Do you know any cheerful pessimists? They broke faith with the nation a long time ago—actually before they were born. There was a time (they’ll tell you)

A small, uncertain voice in the same-sex marriage debate

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Marriage | Last week, Hawaii became the 15th state to legalize same-sex marriage. These mileposts are coming so fast now they barely rate a mention on the nightly news.

A perfect political storm

A perfect political storm

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Politics | A disastrous Obamacare may damage liberalism rather than sink it permanently

The college conundrum

The college conundrum

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Education | Do we or don’t we send the kids to college? For Americans of a generally middle-class or better income level, that was a question that wouldn’t even have…

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