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As Hillary Clinton gets ready to announce, Republicans are obsessed with attacking her and the media is obsessed with her emails, her husband and her relations with, yes, the media. But voters are more likely to care about the fundamental

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A young woman wearing a black dress, sitting on a stool legs crossed, speaking with a measured British accent, looked into a camera and told how after Issah Al Qurain’s village was captured soldiers came into his home, took his

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The debate in the Democratic Party isn’t even whether Hillary Clinton should be the nominee. It’s whether anyone should even have the audacity to challenge her.   This is truly remarkable, when you think about it. Democrats always want a

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Much to my amazement, I turn 66 years old today. I never thought I’d be this young when I got this old.  There was a time after turning 60 when I was reluctant to reveal my age. I didn’t want

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You could hear Republican heads exploding when the President announced a deal to keep Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Predictably, Republicans sided with Bibi over Obama.   There is something about their knee-jerk response that raises suspicions. Is it

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Roy whacked Pat. Pat then slapped Phil. Phil poked Pat back. And no one laid a glove on Roy.   That was last week.   This week Roy whacked Pat again. And Pat gabbed Phil three times.   Last week

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For Christians, Easter is more than eggs, ham and bunnies. It’s a celebration of the central miracle and mystery of faith – the resurrection of Jesus, the hope of salvation and the promise of everlasting life.   Meanwhile, the secular

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Governor McCrory and Speaker Tim Moore have two big reasons to worry about the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” (aka, the “Freedom to Discriminate Against Gays Act”): business and politics.   It’s bad business for North Carolina. And bad politics for

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