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People of Faith, Taking it on the Chin

Some religious Americans are reeling this week. Woozy. Struggling to get up off the canvas after taking a left hook that would have made Joe Frazier proud. They are being branded as "intolerant bigots" by some of the least tolerant people this side of the Middle East. This brawl began when the Indiana legislature passed…

Unfair, Unbalanced, Unhinged

"Slimy" … "dangerous" … "bad news." Those were a few of the derogatory adjectives deployed by members of the mainstream media this week. The pundits and reporters weren't maligning alleged deserter Bowe Bergdahl or the five Taliban terrorists for whom Bergdahl was swapped. Nor were they savaging Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who committed mass murder…

Unfair, Unbalanced, Unhinged

"Slimy" … "dangerous" … "bad news." Those were a few of the derogatory adjectives deployed by members of the mainstream media this week. The pundits and reporters weren't maligning alleged deserter Bowe Bergdahl or the five Taliban terrorists for whom Bergdahl was swapped. Nor were they savaging Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who committed mass murder…

Those Three Little Words

"I was wrong." Those three words are not easy for most of us to say; for some people it's just about impossible. But Jonathan Capehart, a very liberal Washington Post columnist, is an exception to that rule. Capehart, who initially presumed Michael Brown was trying to surrender in Ferguson, now admits that the entire "Hands…

Those Three Little Words

"I was wrong." Those three words are not easy for most of us to say; for some people it's just about impossible. But Jonathan Capehart, a very liberal Washington Post columnist, is an exception to that rule. Capehart, who initially presumed Michael Brown was trying to surrender in Ferguson, now admits that the entire "Hands…