Tag Archives: tragedy

Potpourri, 11/15/18

1 I never really kissed dating goodbye as a teenager in the mid-2000s — to be honest, I was pretty late in kissing it hello. But like many who were brought up in contact with evangelical culture, I absorbed its … Continue reading

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Tuesday, 10/3/17

  The Latin Mass Le pari bénédictin Who owns the GOP’s future? #Fail Adjuncts Shorts

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New Year’s Eve

No-fault tragedy – Rhetorical stalemate? – On re-reading Schmemann – But all the kids are eating pig slops, Mom!” – Ways to make states cooperate Continue reading

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Monday, 4/18/14

What does it take to admit tragedy? Speak aright of human rights Changing times: Single, religious, educated, female Voter ID Fraud The return of dhimmitude Garry Wills: stylish writing, muddled thinking

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Long wars and democracy

“Long wars are antithetical to democracy.” So opens a Washington Post op-ed column by Andrew J. Bacevich. “Events of the past week — notably the Rolling Stone profile that led to Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal’s dismissal — hint at the … Continue reading

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