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Restaurant Owner Receives Backlash After Posting Complaints of Other Restaurants

A celebrated restauranteur received a painful reminder of a common axiom: when it comes to criticism, it’s much harder to digest than it is to dish ...


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HS Principal Resigns After Spiteful Kobe Bryant Tweet

“Not gonna lie. Seems to me that karma caught up with a rapist today.” These were the thoughts articulated by former Camas High School principal ...


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Be Careful When Passing Judgement

In his book The Grace Awakening, Charles Swindoll recounts an experience he once had while ministering at a Bible conference. On the first night he had ...


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Defendant Offered Reduced Sentence for Empathetic Essay

A homeless man facing criminal charges was given a chance at redemption by looking at life through the perspective of the person he targeted. Harold Eugene ...


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Police Officers Fired for Offensive Social Media Posts

Roughly one month after placing an unprecedented 72 officers on desk duty, the Philadelphia Police Department completed its probe into inappropriate social ...


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Google Searches Show Disturbing Truths about Our Prejudices

Everybody lies, but Google searches reveal our darkest secrets. That's the conclusion of US data scientist Seth Stephens Davidowitz, who analyzes anonymous ...


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Research Suggests Nationalist Bias in Olympic Judging

Figure skating analysts have expressed concern about the possibility of judge favoritism tainting the proceedings in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

At the 2014 ...


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How to Live the Gospel: A Lesson from Tim Keller

Pastor Scott Sauls from Nashville spent five years working with Pastor Tim Keller at New York City's Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Sauls writes that there ...


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A Positive Take on 'Hate Mail'

Novelist William Giraldi, a contributing editor to The New Republic, recently wrote an essay on the modern phenomenon of online hate mail, most often ...


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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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