AFP/GETTY IMAGES A man fills out paper work to participate in the final day of early voting at the Lancaster … Continued
President Nixon managed to destroy himself in the wake of Watergate, but the legacy he managed to leave had a much more unfortunate impact.
Handout official White House photo President Richard M. Nixon with Charles Colson, center, and Ken Clawson on May 13, 1972. … Continued
Fifty-nine thousand-plus On Faith readers recommended Thomas L. Day’s November 11th essay “Penn State, my final loss of faith.” Thirty-three … Continued
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