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Teacher Suspended for Hanging Black Doll

A Chicago teacher thought he was doing something helpful for his students, but his refusal to receive constructive feedback ultimately resulted in a swift ...


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We Really Are on the Same Team

In an issue of CT magazine, author and musician Sandra McCracken writes:

I played softball in a community league when I was a teenager. We didn’t ...

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Parents Behaving Badly in Kids’ Sports

The issue of verbal and physical abuse is a problem in high school sports around the country. As an example, a 22 old-year-old man from Polk County, FL, ...


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Business Consultant Claims the 'Best Story Wins'

Business consultant Morgan Housel claims that the best arguments seldom win the day; it’s the best story that changes minds and hearts. Housel writes: ...


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College Grads Believe Life Is Created in a Lab

A recent survey polled people with an average age of 38. Eighty percent had college degrees. The results revealed a lot of ignorance about origin of life ...


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‘Call-In’ Offered as a Solution to ‘Call-Out’ Culture

The epidemic of call-out culture is very disturbing to Professor Loretta J. Ross. She is a Black feminist who has been doing human rights work for 40 ...


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Proof That Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold

Revenge really is a dish best served cold--as people who feel wronged by someone else can take up to a year to exact retribution, according to new research. ...


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Man Arrested in Almond Milk Altercation

A Florida man was jailed for assaulting another man, but unlike most scenarios, the conflict was not over a woman, a debt owed, or even sports fandom. ...


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The Snare of Moral Grandstanding

Do some Christians harm their witness by falling into the trap of “moral grandstanding” or “virtue signaling”? Or do we convey ...


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Americans Are Living in A Big ‘Anger Incubator’

Americans are angry. The country erupted into the worst civil unrest in decades after the death of George Floyd, and anger about police violence and the ...


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