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In a genuine spirit of bipartisanship, Republicans and Democrats should all be able to agree that General Dwight David Eisenhower … Continued

Making “constitutional” history on the House floor

According to the House Historian’s Office, the U.S. Constitution has never been read on the floor of the House of … Continued

The stranger and the angel

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We are the Tea Party

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Understand anti-Semitism, and anti-Muslim bigotry

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Atheism no longer an unquestioned pejorative

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Judicial wisdom knows no denominational bounds

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Secular roots of religious violence

By Philip Jenkinsauthor When Anglican Archbishop Rowan Williams meets with clergy furious over his church’s sexual liberalism, he might expect … Continued

Remember the Sabbath?

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The dignity of snow shovelers

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