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    The Violence Project: We have studied every mass shooting since 1966. Here’s what we’ve learned about the shooters Finally, an...
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    USA Today: Mario Lopez regrets his 'ignorant and insensitive' comments about transgender children
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    Denison: Mueller’s Testimony and the Art of Non-Partisanship
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    National Review: Gender Dissenter Gets Fired If you do even a little reading on the subject, it’s unbelievable how many of the so-called “experts” and “researchers” in the field of gender issues are themselves activists and advocates, rather than...
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    Reuters: Tensions between trans women and gay men boil over at Stonewall anniversary So, how have I never heard about this feud before? It sounds intriguing, like the great pro wrestling feuds of old. The Von Erichs vs. the Fabulous Freebirds. The Rock & Roll Express vs. the Midnight Express...
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    American Spectator: Don Lemon Was Not the First to Make the Trump-Is-Like-Hitler Comparison It is part of a much larger and ongoing narrative.
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    NYT: How “Snow Plow” Parents Are Robbing Their Children of Adulthood Learning to fail, and to bounce back from failure, is one of life’s most important skills. It appears, however, that we’re raising a generation of young people who may never learn that lesson.
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    ESPN: Complaint targets transgender HS track athletes I’m a guy who reads everything with a strong bias filter, so the tone of this article strikes me as interesting (though not surprising). It’s not even subtle how ESPN’s (conspicuously...
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    New Yorker: If God Is Dead, Your Time Is Everything; Rigorous secularism leads to socialism For starters, I strongly disagree with article author Woods' and book author Hagglund's contention that a Believer's heavenly perspectives inherently demean or devalue his or her earthly experiences. To me...
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    NYT: Let Go of Your Grudges. They’re Doing You No Good. This is all good advice, so I...
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    Wired/"Why I (Still) Love Tech: In Defense of a Difficult Industry An interesting article by software engineer and tech CEO Paul Ford about how far technology has progressed in the past century and, more existentially, what "progress" means and actually looks like.
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    Why I Refuse To Attend My College’s LGBT Graduation Ceremony Please read before commenting. The author's perspective is not what you might expect from the article's title.
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    Classic Simpsons' April Fools bit

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    David Brooks: The Cruelty of Call-Out Culture (How not to do social change) Further to our conversations about the polarization of American politics and the de-evolution of public discourse, this ought to move people on both sides of the aisle. If we ask ourselves which side of the "call-out...
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    City Council's vote to exclude Chick-Fil-A at San Antonio's airport draws applause, criticism
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    NYT/Brooks: Our Culture of Contempt The ability to disagree civilly is, IMO, the truest hallmark of a person who is both intelligent (mentally speaking) and mature (emotionally speaking). To me, our problem these days isn't...
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    I Thought I Could Be A Christian And Constitutionalist At Yale Law School. I Was Wrong The sorry...
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    Esquire: How Our Cruelty Killed Hootie and the Blowfish—and Damaged Our Souls This is awesome. I especially liked these excerpts:
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    David French: Will the Nation Heed the Warning Jim Mattis Delivered Today? We are poised at a crossroads right now. As a country. As an Administration. As a party.
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    Mark Regnerus/"Queering Science" For years, we've heard the Left try to claim the intellectual, educational, and scientific high ground. Well, if they ever had it--and, in some cases, I might agree that they did--they have certainly forfeited it, by sacrificing...