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Teens kept at Virginia center say they were cuffed, beaten

It was not immediately clear whether any separated children have been sent to Shenandoah Valley since the Trump administration in April announced its “zero tolerance” policy ... the guards as mostly w... read more

Young immigrants detained in Virginia center allege abuse

It was not immediately clear whether any separated children have been sent to Shenandoah Valley since the Trump administration in April announced its "zero tolerance" policy ... the guards as mostly w... read more

Identification unnecessary in political realm

And it’s a constant struggle to respect everybody’s rights ... Surely we all deserve protection under the law, but everything should be in moderation. The problem with legally allowing people to freel... read more

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Merry Christmas Baby

Merry Christmas Baby To my beautiful wife, I wish I could give you the world this Christmas, and even that would pale compared to what you've given me. All I have to offer you is me and the eternal, u... read more


A final word on Marshall’s comments

He waited until the final two minutes of the open locker room period to hold court, then ignored most questions and gave rehearsed, generic answers about Cleveland’s defense. He then blew off the fina... read more

Obama and the right to burn the Koran

President Obama was certainly right to be disgusted by "Reverend" Terry Jones's threat to stage a public burning of the Koran, a plan that was mean, stupid, intolerant, and spookily evocative of Hitle... read more

Science and Religion are Not Compatible

Their fruitful discussion must proceed under a different magisterium ... it’s just that you will consistently be misunderstood by the ordinary-language speakers with whom you are conversing. And what ... read more

One state: Stop the hysteria and start thinking

In a recent New York Times op-ed, a prominent American academic posits that the time for implementing a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict is now past. Ian Lustick, a professor of c... read more

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Paris Terror; French President Hollande Declares He'll Be "Unforgiving with the Barbarians"

Mr. Hollande declared three days of national mourning, and said that military troops would patrol the capital. France remained under a nationwide state of emergency. “It is an act of war that was comm... read more

Is Japan really racist?

For example, a court ruled last month that an anti-Korean group that protested outside of a school for ethnic Koreans in Kyoto would have to pay damages, saying the activity “constituted racial discri... read more

Big Banks May Lose $185B in AWOL Customers

NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- The next year might be a particularly bad one for the nation's largest banks if they don't begin to address their customers' needs more aggressively. The 10 largest banks in t... read more

Charles Krauthammer's transparent dodge

Ground Zero is the site of the most lethal attack of that worldwide ... Building it would send a strong signal about American democracy and religious tolerance to the Muslim world. Moving it would giv... read more



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