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  • When Can We Talk About Trans Mass Shooters?

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    Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, home of megachurch pastor Joel Osteen, was the site of an attempted mass shooting on February 11. During a Sunday afternoon Spanish-language service, a woman armed with an AK-15 and dressed in a trench coat stormed the church with her 7-year-old son and proceeded to open fire on the congregation.

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  • Playing Is Always Unsafe

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    The following note was passed along to us by a dad whose kids attend a public school in Texas. It says (emphasis mine): Parents we need your help in keeping our children safe at the playground after hours and on the weekends.   It is important that children are supervised at all times.   We

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  • Propaganda Looney Tunes

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    I remember my history textbooks explaining the use of cartoonish figures as propaganda during the two World Wars. Imagine, for a moment, the inspiring Rosie the Riveter and Uncle Sam contrasted against the overbearing, dull, and cartoonish displays of the fascists and communists. I was inspired by Rosie, and at the same time, I viewed the cartoons of our

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  • Crime Hits Home

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    To know my Aunt Maggie is to adore her. She is a 92-year-old retired nurse who lives in Cleveland. When I graduated from law school, I moved to Cleveland to work for a law firm. During my first weeks in town, I lived with my Aunt Maggie and Uncle Thurman. It was almost embarrassing the

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  • Bringing Down the Game of Thrones: A Revolution of Restoration Is Underway

    Bringing Down the Game of Thrones: A Revolution of Restoration Is Underway1

    In his 1997 memoir Drawing Life: Surviving the Unabomber, Yale University professor David Gelernter tells us of the mail bomb that exploded in his hands and forever changed his life. In this account of his long period of treatment and recovery, Gelernter caused a stir with his criticisms of American culture, at least one of

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  • Kitchen Table Patriots: Ronald Reagan’s Warning to America Might Surprise You

    Kitchen Table Patriots: Ronald Reagan’s Warning to America Might Surprise You3

    Speaking from the Oval Office on January 11, 1989, President Ronald Reagan delivered his farewell address to the nation. He was affable, warm, and modest in these parting remarks—so much so that even in print his words glow with appeal and charm. As he so often did, he peppered his remarks with personal anecdotes and

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