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Year-round silly season

Year-round silly season

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Faith & Inspiration | In unserious times, there is One who takes us very seriously

Gender gap blues

Gender gap blues

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Education | For almost 12 years, in the 1980s and early 1990s, I homeschooled my two children, a girl and a boy. One was driven and anxious and sometimes drove me crazy.

Nothing new?

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Politics | In case you haven’t heard, the prime minister of Israel gave a significant address to both houses of Congress last week. The event was…

Notable Books

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Books | Award-winning children’s books

PC versus PC

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Culture | The left-wing ideology enforcers are turning on each other

We’re all auxiliary troops in a holy war

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ISIS | The identity of “Jihadi John”—the well-spoken butcher who presided over gory executions staged by the Islamic State, ISIS—was a bit of a…

Understanding the enduring popularity of Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Books | In February of 1867, a little girl named Laura Elizabeth was born in a small log cabin near Pepin, Wis. Some of her family lines went back to the 

Spreading the guilt

Spreading the guilt

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Culture | To blame ‘culture’ for a crime is to undermine justice

A healthcare plan we can get behind?

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Healthcare | One of President Obama’s jibes at members of the opposition party is that all they can do is obstruct. “The Party of No,” according to him, has…

Have you seen Lynn Messer?

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Faith & Inspiration | Kerry Messer and his son Abram are busy working the halls of the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City. Lawmakers greet them by name, for Kerry has been…

Small tales

Small tales

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Faith & Inspiration | Even our little lies have large consequences

Bridesmaid Inc.

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Culture | The Wedding Ringer , a new entry in the growing field of gross-out comedy flicks, tells the story of Doug Harris, a “loveable but socially…

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