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Watch the fine print

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Religious Liberty | Of course we should help runaway and homeless youth—shouldn’t we? The U.S. Senate, a great deliberative body, is considering S.262, a bill written by Sen.

Beyond fried chicken

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Race Issues | Last Thursday the president of Wright State University, along with the school’s dining hall vendor, apologized for a Black History Month menu that featured…

Clarence Thomas vs. paternalistic racism

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Race Issues | Last night a family-oriented cop show, CBS’s Blue Bloods , had a subplot about a police executive pulling strings to help a grown son avoid the consequences of…

Time for a refresher course

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Politics | The Bible isn’t a talking point

Delta dividends

Delta dividends

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Cities | In a community where race still divides, leaders look for ways to unite and cultivate

Regime changes

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Books | Revolution in Rome and resistance in today’s China

Rebuilding Owosso

Rebuilding Owosso

By Marvin Olasky & Katie Mullin
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Cities | Gordon Pennington returned to his Michigan hometown a new man ready to help create a renewed city

Angela Hunt: Writing to sell

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Q&A | Life as an author means perspiration, quotas, and limits

Evolving into robots

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Evolution | “A commitment for evolution.” That’s the slogan of a Nagasaki hotel scheduled to open in July and be staffed by 10 robots programmed to greet guests,

George Washington’s moral leadership

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History | The father of our country set a high standard for those who followed him in the presidency

Cracker-barrel No. 1: Who controls news coverage?

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Media | WORLD readers regularly send me letters that ask some basic or important questions. That can sometimes feed into my prideful desire to be a cracker-barrel…

Good-bye, RadioShack

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Business | Isn’t it strange that those favoring expansion of progress-reducing government agencies call themselves “progressives”? Let’s juxtapose that curiosity…

 
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