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Country Bumpkin Lawyer Surprises His Legal Team

In the 1840s a court case based in Chicago captured the attention of the entire nation. Labeled "The Reaper Case," it centered on the patenting of farm ...

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Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' Hits the Shelves 70 Years Later

The Times of Israel reports, "For 70 years since the Nazi defeat in World War II, copyright law has been used in Germany to prohibit the publication ...

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Statistics on Injustice Against African Americans

Here are a few reasons why race relations in America deserve more attention, not less:

  • The net worth of the average black household in the United States is $6,314, compared with $110,500 for the average white household, according to 2011 census data. The gap has worsened in the last decade, and the United States now has a greater wealth gap by race than South Africa did during apartheid.

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True Love? There's Not an App for That.

There's an app for everything, it seems—including dating. For anyone in the dating world who wishes for an electronic matchmaker that eliminates ...

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Outcast Meets the God of Justice

Bible scholar Christopher Wright tells a moving story about a friend from India who was led to Christ by reading the Old Testament. At the time he taught ...

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Marketers Who Practice "Social Discrimination"

One of the fastest-growing online businesses is the business of spying on Internet users. Communications Professor Joseph Turow writes: "We're at the ...

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The Courage of a Child

In A Pretty Good Person, Lewis Smedes writes:

A federal judge had ordered New Orleans to open its public schools to African-American children, and the ...

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When God Smiles

"I was alone, and those [segregationist] people were screaming, and suddenly I saw God smiling, and I smiled," one North Carolina girl of eight ...

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The Act That Saved Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson was the first black to play major league baseball. While breaking baseball's "color barrier," he faced jeering crowds in ...

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The Abridging of Conscience

I don't suppose we have ever again gathered under one roof such an assembly of wise and noble people as created our Constitution and declared that ...

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