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Secrets, Betrayals & Confusion: Why 'Trust Is a Fragile Thing on Survivor'
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor ... the confusion around camp to keep himself safe. Lauren, realizing she’s a target, decides that it’s more important to cement her numbers than to ensu... read more
Music With A Spin: New Releases On Old Classics
Each of these selections is a fresh spin in some form or another on the classics. You may have heard it in an elevator ... individual voice better and not detract from the ensemble. &amp;amp;a... read more
3 Phrases Christians Should Quit Relying On
Trust me, if God’s spoken to you, it’s valuable whether anyone else knows or not. 3. “I’ll pray for you.” This is a tricky one. Prayer is one of the most important things a Christian can do. But there ... read more
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Is there a rape switch?
There are a lot of reasons why it is difficult to enumerate rape in wartime ... and behavioral biology who study such things as rape and homicide have largely come to the understanding that rape in wa... read more
McCain Says Yes to Debate in Miss.
Both parties in both houses of Congress and the administration needed to come together to find a solution that would deserve the trust of the American people. And while there were attempts to do that, ... read more
What Words Will We Outlaw Next?
Susan Senator, in a heart rending, and totally misguided attempt to protect her cognitively impaired son, wants us to stop using the word "retarded". We are admonished, daily, by overly sensitive read... read more
Talking about 'Battlestar Galactica's' 'The Oath' with Mark Verheiden
I was wondering why that guy would still be serving ... MARK: After the very somber nature of the last two episodes, it really felt like it was time to amp things up a bit, but I certainly didn’t want ... read more
Why My Grandfather’s Funeral was My Last Day Being Catholic
In 2005, my grandfather passed away after a long battle with Congestive Heart Failure. I never had a close relationship with my grandfather. However, his death marked the first time I experienced the ... read more
The irony of America cutting UNESCO funds
The U.S. didn’t waste any time cutting funding for UNESCO after the United Nations devoted to promoting education, culture and science granted the Palestinians full membership. Currently the U.S. cove... read more
Stories for February 2016
updated: 02/29/2016 4:47 a.m. BEIRUT -- Warplanes carried out air raids Sunday on several parts of northern Syria as a top opposition official warned that continued violations of a fragile cease-fire ... read more
Sound Advice: Women Of Classical Music
Morning classical host Kevin Doherty takes through his recommended music for this week's Sound Advice. Below is commentary by Doherty ... Certainly, I’d bet the next three women would beg to differ. & ... read more
I hear wedding bells…
Good news for fairness, justice and equality: California has made gay marriage legal. It’s a small triumph for civil rights. Now to celebrate, I don’t expect you all to run out and marry a same-sex pa... read more