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The key to entrepreneurial success

Some enterprises, like tech start-ups, are all dream and no structure. A founder’s dream of making a world-changing product compels … Continued

No man (or nation) is an island

NEW YORK — Manhattan was a traffic nightmare as the United Nations General Assembly was in session and security precautions … Continued

Bill Maher mocks Tim Tebow’s faith in controversial tweet

© Fred Prouser / Reuters REUTERS Comedian Bill Maher’s controversial tweet about Jesus and Tim Tebow has some calling for … Continued

Is a balanced budget a moral issue?

Wrangling in Washington over the national debt has featured speeches and sound-bytes from right and left, from the president on … Continued

New York is experiencing a faith revival

The proposed mosque and Islamic center near Ground Zero is in the news again. Word is that differences between the … Continued

Tea-publicans and the Know-Nothing recycle

The Tea Party paints itself as something new in American politics: it is not. United States’ history has always harbored … Continued

No more victories for Bin Laden

President Obama, after saying that building a mosque at Ground Zero fit our “commitment to religious freedom,” backtracked, saying he … Continued

Walking together

Today’s guest blogger is Jeff Pollet, a technical writer who lives in Oakland, Calif. He occasionally blogs about men and … Continued

The

By Austin Daceyauthor Have you listened to music today? If so, it probably did not occur to you that you … Continued

American foreign policy’s God gap

By David Waters American foreign policy is handicapped by a God gap, a narrow, ill-informed and “uncompromising Western secularism” that … Continued