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Monday, Jan. 7, 2019

How the constitutional separation of powers in the United States has its underpinnings in a biblical worldview Divided government: What should we look for as the 116th Congress takes office? The real story behind political parties: Why the great partisan divide is a worldview divide Is the government shutdown a real or manufactured political crisis?

January 7, 2019

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Wednesday, Apr. 11, 2018


As Zuckerberg goes to Capitol Hill, Facebook faces fallout from misuse of user data Could government regulation of social media lead to a crackdown on religious speech? Will outrage over data leaks lead to a change in users’ behavior? So far, the answer is “no” Facebook’s imperative above all other imperatives: Simply connect Washington DC vs. San Francisco: America’s new intellectual centers collide

April 11, 2018

United States

Monday, Mar. 26, 2018


March for Our Lives: Just how significant is a symbolic march? What generational gaps tell us about the future shape of politics Congress passes omnibus spending bill and continues to fund Planned Parenthood The military's transgender revolution is put on hold

March 26, 2018

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