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Politicians emulate Islamic State's intolerance

Politicians emulate Islamic State's intolerance

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Competition and the pathology of profit

Competition and the pathology of profit

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When stingy-ness is next to Godliness

When stingy-ness is next to Godliness

Allah is perfect in his capricious exercise of absolute power and can even nullify the authority of his word in the Koran through abrogation. Therefore, human perfection must therefore be realized by accumulating power. Thus Islam resembles Nietzsche.

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Thought for the day: Be wary of rulers

Thought for the day: Be wary of rulers

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Pope Francis is no communist

Pope Francis is no communist

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Declaring Jahi McMath brain-dead is bad science

Declaring Jahi McMath brain-dead is bad science

Declared brain-dead by a California hospital, teenaged Jahi McMath may now be moving by command.

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Michigan judge rules teachers can leave union voluntarily

Michigan judge rules teachers can leave union voluntarily

A Michigan judge ruled that the MEA committeed unfair labor practices, and called the MERC to order the teacher's union to cease and desist in retaining members against their will.

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Anti-school choice group now attacks freedom of religion

Anti-school choice group now attacks freedom of religion

FundEducationNow was founded by Kathleen Oropeza, Christine Bramuchi, and Linda Kobert. All are education activists in Florida who favor the current public schools over school choice.

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California continues to micromanage elderly and end-of-life issues

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Piketty's Tower of Jell-O

Piketty's Tower of Jell-O

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Film review: Messenger of the Truth

Film review: Messenger of the Truth

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Department of Agriculture needs assault weapons

Department of Agriculture needs assault weapons

The USDA, which distributes millions in crop subsidies and checks food quality, has issued a solicitation for submachine guns with 30-round capacity in a .40 calibre configuration.

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Dr. Paul A. Byrne:  a man on a mission

Dr. Paul A. Byrne: a man on a mission

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Common Core Curriculum: how do you spell socialism?

Common Core Curriculum: how do you spell socialism?

Nationalized education imbedded in a workforce-management system? Well, how would you spell it?

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Ron Paul's Home School: a review

Ron Paul's Home School: a review

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There's an agenda in labelling pro-lifers as 'terrorists'

There's an agenda in labelling pro-lifers as 'terrorists'

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The purpose of schools in a one-world government

The purpose of schools in a one-world government

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Russia: a confessional or tolerant state?

Russia: a confessional or tolerant state?

The Pussy Riot case may test Russia's identity as a state tolerant of all faiths, or only those compliant with the government led by Vladimir Putin.

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Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day draws record crowds

Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day draws record crowds

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Small-town bureaucrats shut down teen hot-dog vendor

Small-town bureaucrats shut down teen hot-dog vendor

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For Greater Glory: a flawed but good film

For Greater Glory: a flawed but good film

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An end to Posse Comitatus is troubling, critics say

An end to Posse Comitatus is troubling, critics say

Putting U.S. military forces into law enforcement roles is against the letter and spirit of Posse Comitatus, which prohibited the use of military force for law enforcement.

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World Press Freedom Day: RFE/RL Journalists Defy Censorship And Intimidation

RFE/RL pays video tribute to journalists working in some of the world's most dangerous and restrictive environments.

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Russians divided over Church/state collusion

Russians divided over Church/state collusion

The Russian Orthodox Church seeks to counter what it describes as a vicious campaign against its churches and clerics. Thousands of Russians are rising in support of two women jailed for staging an illegal performance in Moscow's largest church.

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Religious freedom and ugly assumptions

Religious freedom and ugly assumptions

Currently missing in action in the currently combative electoral debate is any discussion of the most basic right, guaranteed heretofore by the Constitution: freedom of worship.

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'Freedom In The World' Index Calls 2011 A 'Year Of Hope'

U.S.-based pro-democracy group Freedom House calls popular uprisings that have swept the Arab world the greatest challenge to authoritarian rule since the collapse of Soviet communism.

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Occupy Wall Street, Drug Lords, and the re-birth of US internal security

Occupy Wall Street, Drug Lords, and the re-birth of US internal security

Why don't more American drug lords get arrested?

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Religious Liberty v. Sexual Rights

Religious Liberty v. Sexual Rights

The US Conference of Catholic bishops has issued a Freedom of Information Act request to the Obama administration in order to find out th erationale for demanding that Catholic hospitals provide sterilization and abortion.

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Endangered Freedom of Religion in America is Put to a Supreme Court Test

Endangered Freedom of Religion in America is Put to a Supreme Court Test

A pending U.S. Supreme Court decision in Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church v. EEOC could forever alter freedom of religion and conscience in America.

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