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Letters to the Editor: ‘Dangerous thought-police’

If he had understood what I had written (‘The burka’s place in Britain’, 27 September), he could not have made such a ... the Freedom of Information Act 2000” is therefore doubly ironic. To quote his ... read more

Lincoln’s Letter to the Editor

Titled “The Prayer for Twenty Millions,” the letter demanded that Lincoln immediately move to end slavery, not only in the Confederacy ... s open letter in a remarkable way: he wrote a letter to the e... read more

The utopian, careless world of “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

In other words, Lara Jean is not your stereotypically demure, robotic Asian-American girl. When Lara Jean’s letters get mysteriously ... Duk Dong is an offensive character, Lara Jean bluntly answers i... read more

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Court Reaffirms: H.S. Athlete Likely Has Right to Kneel During National Anthem

At a home football game on September 29, 2017 ... remain standing during the playing or singing of the National Anthem. Kneeling, sitting or similar forms of political protest are not permitted during ... read more

Know How to Answer Christian Missionaries

To begin with, according to the Bible sin is an act of rebellion ... you today is not too difficult for you or beyond your reach.” Deuteronomy 30:11 3. A former Christian, who converted to Judaism, on... read more

The Double-Edged Sword Of Social Media

Sending a letter to the editor is a private person reaching out to communicate in a public venue. But that private person reaching out to communicate with personal friends is not ... act of indiscreti... read more

The complex, essential matter of free speech in a democracy

When asked why he was protesting ... or other matters of opinion or force citizens to confess by word or act their faith therein.” Limits on free speech Not all speech is deemed worthy of protection. ... read more

SIMON: College shows preference to extroverts over introverts

I had never realized it could be seen as offensive. I didn’t want to ruffle ... because the extroverts at our university deserve to know why introverts act in ways that may seem foreign. If your reser... read more

Greg Hansen: Attorney talks to NFL's Raiders team about relocating to Arizona Stadium

Why ... not a bluff. Farhang is not playing his own version of fantasy football. The man who created the Arizona Bowl and has become part-owner of the indoor football league’s Tucson Sugar Skulls, is ... read more

32 years of obsession, pain, hope and clarity with the Cleveland Browns

As a first act of devotion ... I thought you'd be interested. The editor, Justin Hathaway, is a good guy. I could give him your name." A week later I was sitting across from Justin, trying to explain ... read more

Explainer: How and why do Mormons baptize the dead?

Mormons cite Paul’s letter to the Corinthians as precedent to the practice. “Else what shall they do which are baptized for the dead, if the dead not rise at all?” reads Corinthians 15:29. “Why are th... read more

Open Letter to Archbishop Tutu

Israel has no Population Registration Act, no Group Areas Act ... covenantal land to establish a Palestinian state. So why has there not been peace? The ANC taught us you can’t make peace on your own. ... read more

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