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Thank you, Family Research Council, for now conceding what conservative groups have been loath to acknowledge in recent years: the … Continued

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I can’t remember

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Bush’s memoir says he ‘returned to his faith, time and time again’ while in office

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Do words cause wars?

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann said that anti-Muslim rhetoric in America is bad news … Continued

Life (and faith) after Death Row

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