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March 23rd, 2020
Engraving of Moses at the Burning Bush
By: Peter Wolfgang – stream.org – March 22, 2020 It was 1978. I was eight years old. A second grader in Manchester, CT. My grandmother took me into downtown Hartford, because she wanted me to see the Hartford Civic Center. Not an interesting building to look at. No historical significance. Just a big building that hosted big events. The roof...
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March 23rd, 2020
couple wearing masks in Central Park
By: Matthew Continetti – freebeacon.com – March 20, 2020 A few months after September 11, 2001, David Brooks went back and looked at coverage of Pearl Harbor for an article in the Weekly Standard (“After Pearl Harbor,” December 10, 2001). What he saw intrigued him. A sense of unity and patriotism followed both surprise attacks. But media after Pearl Harbor had none...
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March 19th, 2020
gen-z-ers
By: Shane Pruitt – shanepruitt.com – September 5, 2019 Often, when you hear an “expert” speak or write about reaching a particular generation, it will inevitably be someone from an older generation. For example, you’ll have a Baby Boomer or Generation X’er talking about how to connect with Millennials or Gen Z. In no way am I saying this is an...
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March 11th, 2020
Grand Central NY people on platform
By: Betsy Swan & Olivia Messer – thedailybeast.com – March 11, 2020 Last week, Republican members of Congress heard a sober warning in a closed-door briefing on Capitol Hill: There’s a good chance most people in the United States will eventually be exposed to the novel coronavirus, according to one former official. The assessment, from a former White House public-health official who...
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March 10th, 2020
P. Schlafly b&w, protests ERA
By: Joy Pullmann – thefederalist.com – February 10, 2020 This week, House Democrats will reportedly pass a measure to lift the 1982 deadline on a feminist amendment to the U.S. Constitution, although the Supreme Court, legal scholars, and the U.S. Department of Justice have said the attempt is unconstitutional. The so-called Equal Rights Amendment was defeated in the 1980s by a woman-led coalition...
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March 6th, 2020
crowd of chinese all with masks
By: Matt Sedensky & John Leicester – apnews.com – March 6, 2020 The global march of the new virus triggered a vigorous appeal from the World Health Organization for governments to pull out “all the stops” to slow the epidemic, as it drained color from India’s spring festivals, closed Bethlehem’s Nativity Church and blocked Italians from visiting elderly relatives in...
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March 5th, 2020
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By: Jim Denison – denisonforum.com – March 3, 2020 Benjamin Netanyahu won Israel’s unprecedented third election yesterday and is expected to be able to form a ruling coalition quickly. Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar dropped out of the presidential race and endorsed Joe Biden last night at campaign events in Dallas on the eve of Super Tuesday. And a tornado...
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March 3rd, 2020
masked chinese clerk
By: Dennis Prager – townhall.com – March 3, 2020 We go from hysteria to hysteria. And even that’s not quite accurate. We now endure multiple hysterias at once. The latest, of course, is COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus. In addition to China, where the virus originated, major cities in Italy and Japan are in lockdown mode, and Japan has...
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March 2nd, 2020
cup of coffee
By: Ken Harrison – stream.org – February 18, 2020 When I was nineteen, I got a job at an underage nightclub working as a doorman. I had walked with the Lord my whole life, so this job was getting me an education in a world with which I was completely unfamiliar. The club was in a rough area of town, and...
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February 5th, 2020
cross on Bible on US flag
By: Denis Prager – townhall.com – February 4, 2020 If you want to understand a human being or the human condition, what is the single most important question you should ask? Most religious people would probably ask, “Do you believe in God?” The most important question most secular people, especially progressives, could imagine asking is probably a policy question. Today...
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