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GOP leaders confused, as Palin tweets on

GOP leaders confused, as Palin tweets on

Republican leaders say they're just as baffled as everyone else by Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's (pictured left) sudden resignation, announced outside her home in Wasilla last Friday. Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin speaks as while campaigning for Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) on ...

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Who Will Investigate the U.N. - Vatican Connection?

Who Will Investigate the U.N. - Vatican Connection?

The Boston Globe won a 2003 Pulitzer Prize for covering the Catholic Church's decades-long cover-up of priests who sexually abused children. There is a Pulitzer Prize waiting for the reporter who can figure out why the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church, considered by Catholics the personal ...

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A Grief Observed: Remembering Carol

"I will turn to her as often as possible in gladness. I will even salute her with a laugh. The less I mourn her the nearer I seem to her. Admirable programme. Unfortunately it can't be carried out."--C.S. Lewis

When his wife Joy died in 1960, C.S. Lewis' life crumbled. "If my house has collapsed ...

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Exclusive: A Page From Barack Obama's Diary - Hail to te Ogler in Chief!

Dear Diary,

I know I've touched on this before, but I can't stress enough that one of the greatest things about being president is being able to travel all over the world for free. Before I was elected, Michelle was worrying about the price of fresh fruit and I was kvetching about the price of ...

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New Meaning for "Road Tax"

New Meaning for

Sara was late for work.  The alarm clock didn't alarm, the kids were unusually slow getting ready for school, and nothing went right.   She finally got to her car - a brand new 2020 Chevy Adventure.  She touched the finger-print secured start button.  Nothing.  It wouldn't start.  She touched it ...

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Another Elvis Sighting

Another Elvis Sighting

"I just saw Elvis!" Even decades after the death of the legendary singer, people still exclaim these same words with detailed accounts of their personal sighting of "The King." I, along with most of the nation, mourned Presley's death in 1977 but for me, like for most people, that day was the ...

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Alan Dershowitz Doesn't Get It

In his July 9 opinion piece Alan Dershowitz tells us that, while he does not always agree with the President, he trusts Mr. Obama and, he argues, we should trust him too.

People like Melanie Phillips (well, not "people like," but actually Melanie Phillips herself) ought to shut up and worry about ...

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A "Crisis" of Governors

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If you can have a pride of lions and a gaggle of geese, then I suggest that the forthcoming July 17-20 meeting of the National Governors Association can be described as a "crisis" of Governors.

This once-esteemed office, a platform from which some launched campaigns to become President, has become ...

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A Cure For Racism In America: Seeing People as Individuals

A Cure For Racism In America: Seeing People as Individuals

Some people are screwed up. Broken. They choose to hate and nothing will change their minds.
I believe most people are basically good. Given an opportunity, they work things out. Here is an example.

In 1956, my dad, Dr. Rev. Lloyd Marcus Sr, was one of the first blacks to break the color barrier ...

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