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Insurance is not assurance

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Healthcare | I’m one of those 50-odd million Americans who don’t have health insurance, and this has been true for most of my life. It’s not entirely by choice, and…

Broken music

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Community | Without the structure of nuclear families, communities lapse into noise

Notable Books

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Books | Bibles for the growing child

The parenting ‘experience’

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Parenting | The California law that grants same-sex couples the same insurance coverage for fertility treatments as heterosexual couples doesn’t break any new…

Uncivil service

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Government | In American history class, I learned about the “spoils system.” In the early days, when a president from a political party different than his…

Science supremacists

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Science | An aggressive scientism seeks to take charge of spheres well beyond science’s expertise

Do anti-bullying programs produce more bullies?

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Education | About five years ago, after a series of well-publicized cases of harassment ending with the suicide of a gay college student named Tyler Clementi,

Addressing our country’s mental illness issues

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Health | Last week I met a fellow I’ll call Mike: a deeply tanned, fit, bright individual in his 40s. Mike has traveled all over the world and read extensively on…

A complete circle?

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Religion | The Muslim world may be a mess, but we don’t know what God may be doing there

Living alone—and loving it?

Living alone—and loving it?

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Culture | Back in the millennial year 2000, Harvard professor Robert Putnam published a book that caused a lot of brow-wrinkling among social commentators. Bowling

Media misses the pope’s priorities

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Religion | An interview with Pope Francis that is available in several Jesuit journals, including America , has journalists buzzing, especially those who supply copy…

Certain about uncertainty

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Religion | The unguided pilgrimage of today’s emergent church will not have a pleasant destination

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