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Father’s Day—A day of honor, wisdom…and sometimes tension

It has been many years since my father passed, but I always celebrate Father’s Day in his honor.

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Nationalism versus patriotism

As we reflected this past Memorial Day on the brave sacrifices our men and women in the armed forces have made in service of this country, one thing comes to mind.

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Spiritual technology

Recently, at the Museum of the Bible, we hosted a live town hall on Youth and Morality.

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The Trump administration has the right stuff

The past few weeks have been historic ones for the Trump administration. President Donald Trump finally showed the moral courage to do what three previous presidents would not or could not, relocate the U.S. Embassy in Israel to its rightful place in Jerusalem.

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Kanye West’s controversial slavery comments merit reflection

Kanye West’s comments about slavery—calling the situation in Africans imported to the Americas as slaves a “choice”—has sparked widespread controversy in the Black community.

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Can the GOP find a miracle for midterm elections?

With midterms quickly approaching, all signs indicate major trouble for the GOP, particularly in the House.

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The sinister case against Sinclair Broadcast Group

Broadcasters in America are in the fight of their lives. They face fierce and unprecedented competition not only from pay television and the big five networks but also from a new cast of internet video providers.

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Winnie Mandela’s unyielding stand for independence and freedom deserves no apology

Walking down the streets of cities such as Cape Town, South Africa, today, one would almost think one were somewhere closer to San Diego, Calif.

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The political currents beneath us

Last October, the cover of Time magazine forecast a gloomy picture for the Democratic Party.

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The blurred lines of modern media

Facebook is once again under heavy fire for its seemingly insatiable appetite for slurping up and analyzing endless streams of user data.

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