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Court watchers have an exciting term up ahead, with cases involving gay marriage and affirmative action, both possibly destined to be heard
Romney may have pulled a JFK in the first debate, but the race is still Obama’s to lose, and will be very close
Romney and Obama extol profoundly different conceptions of what is just. No wonder they both think they’re right
The presidential debates get heated, while congress seeks re-election
Scott Brown’s simplistic conception of Warren’s Native American heritage does not fit in the age of Obama
Anxiety wasn’t “created” by modern meds — and it hasn’t been cured by them either. Denying its reality won’t bring sufferers relief
We shouldn’t be surprised that both sexes have gender stereotypes about women (and men)
Bacon shortage hoax aside, there is a major crisis looming in our meat supply
Anyone who’s worked on a campaign knows how hard it is for a candidate to show his true self, yet the debates can give voters some important insights
The first Muslim-American elected to Congress explains why we need to judge new governments in the Middle East by their actions, not their religious affiliation
If students can only focus for 15-minute intervals, shouldn’t we devote precious class time to something more engaging?
Most of us have forgotten how to engage in the underlying political issues of our day