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Friday, Sept 7, 2018

Why it should tell us a great deal that the leading headlines of this week have not been about the Kavanaugh hearings As America heads into uncharted waters, responsibility, rather than irresponsibility, is more important than ever Is all politics still local? What a political upset in Massachusetts tells us about America's political trajectory

September 7, 2018



Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018

As goes the Supreme Court, so goes the nation: Why the Kavanaugh nomination matters to both sides of the partisan divide What does it mean for a judge to be a ‘strict constructionist’? Even in a secular age, the conscience of Western civilization is still haunted and shaped by the Bible

August 1, 2018

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Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018

The persistence of truth in an age of untruth: Is truth more important than ever before? California learns to sing the anthem of states rights as the rift grows between California and Washington D.C. The costly battle for our eyeballs intensifies in modern television programming What can we learn—about ourselves and advertisers—from those constant drug ads?

January 9, 2018



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