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How we react to scandal determines whether we will truly continue to live in a free country.
The administration is failing to nominate people to a "cost-savings" board because of the probability of a death panel discussion.
Not every tragic event is a "teachable moment" for America.
Activists want to blame faceless entities for the defeat of legislation that they support, but the real culprit is the new libertarian movement among voters.
The American people wan't enforcement first of immigration laws before discussing citizenship. You can't have both in the same bill.
The paradox of evil is that it causes us to recognize the good in all of us.
Trying to "code switch" in order to identify with a listener isn't an effective means of communicating.
Roger Ebert expressed what was great about movies better than any writer.
Voters aren't being served when the national news simply becomes a stew of talking points.
The observance of Good Friday requires the recognition that there must be justice in this world.
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