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‘Someone Has a Real Problem - Oh, It’s Me!’

My friend Barry Thomas and I went camping at Sherando Lake a few summers ago. It had been raining, and more rain was forecast, but we thought we could ...


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The Lighthouse That Wrecked More Ships Than it Saved

For more than forty years a lighthouse stood on a large peninsula jutting into the Tasman Sea in southern Australia. It stood at a place where it shouldn’t ...


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The Death of Truth in our Culture

The concept of truth has been dying a slow death for many years and has become more noticeable in the past decade or so. In the early 2000s, comedian ...


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Counterfeit Zebras Alleged at Local Zoo

A local student went to the zoo, and was surprised when he took a closer look at the enclosure for the zebras.

Mahmoud Sarhan was motivated to post what ...


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Ethics and Compliance Experts Fined for Unethical Firing

Navex Global, a company which brands itself as "the ethics and compliance experts," is being fined by a local government agency for unethical behavior ...


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Humane Society CEO Accused of Inhumane Actions

Despite its mission to confront cruelty of animals, at least one member of the Humane Society of the United States needs a reminder that humans are just ...


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We Are Ambassadors for Christ Not for Ourselves

In season one, episode eight of the Netflix series, The Crown, a drama following the life of Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen travels to Ceylon on a diplomatic ...


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The Most Common Advice Doctors Give-but Don't Take

Doctors make a lot of recommendations for their patients. But do they incorporate these suggestions into their own lives? An article in The Wall Street ...


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Calvin and Hobbes ask 'How Good is Good Enough?'

Fleming Rutledge writes: Sin is a category without meaning except in reference to God. A Calvin and Hobbes comic strip illustrates this in an endearing ...


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City Council Candidate Dresses as Clown, Scares Voters

Pat Payaso is currently running for an open seat on Boston's city council—and he recently got an idea for a creative way to campaign.

"Payaso" ...


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