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Will Hinton
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+Branson Blair I don't know how it couldn't be better than Wave. I see some potential.

Yeah, let's grab lunch sometime. Haven't seen you in ages.
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Confusing Politics With Religion
www.theamericanconservative.com

Ross Douthat has been heroically measured in his assessment of the GOP's populists, pointing out that they may be morons on tactics, but the

Bring Safety to the Raped Women of Congo With This Cause Tee
sevenly.org

In Congo, RAPE is cheaper than bullets. Girls as young as 3 and as old as 75 are raped at unthinkable frequencies. Help end these horrific a

Rules of American justice: a tale of three cases
www.salon.com

Laws are used to shield egregious war crimes while severely punishing those who publicly discuss them

Steve Jobs: The Secular Prophet
online.wsj.com

Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs turned Eve's apple, the symbol of fallen humankind, into a religious icon for true believers in technology.

A Muscular Empathy
www.theatlantic.com

Thinking hypothetically, it is easy to say you would have acted better than a slave master if you had lived in the antebellum south; or esca

The Refreshing Seriousness of Tim Tebow
www.theatlantic.com

In a sports culture dominated by ironic humor, the Broncos quarterback is unusually earnest

The Real Meaning of 9/11
www.theatlantic.com

Jeffrey Goldberg examines the real meaning of that day. It's not about foreign policy or intelligence failures; it's about the unprovoked mu

Whom Would Jesus Indebt? | Philosophical Fragments
www.patheos.com

One of the gravest dangers of the Budget Control Act passed yesterday is that it could provide Americans with a false sense of security.  Wa

Who Is to Blame for Newt Gingrich's Rise?
www.theatlantic.com

Some of movement conservatism's leaders acknowledge that it's indefensible. But they've yet to admit their role.

How 60 Minutes Wasted Its Interview with Obama
www.theatlantic.com

The hour long conversation was a typical example of a broadcast journalist failing to hold a powerful politician accountable

Making It in America
www.theatlantic.com

In the past decade, the flow of goods emerging from U.S. factories has risen by about a third. Factory employment has fallen by roughly the

Pretending That Ron Paul Doesn't Matter Won't Make Him Go Away
www.theatlantic.com

Like the MSM and Fox News, a dismissive National Review refuses to engage his arguments about non-interventionism on the merits

Dear Andrew Sullivan: Why Focus On Obama's Dumbest Critics?
www.theatlantic.com

A conversation-changing defense of the president exaggerates Obama's accomplishments and misses the point: his scandalous transgressions aga

Innocent and Imprisoned: A Former Gitmo Detainee Speaks Out
www.theatlantic.com

Held without charges for seven years, he was finally freed when a federal judge reviewed the evidence against him. His captors never paid.

The Most Dangerous Gamer
www.theatlantic.com

Never mind that they’re now among the most lucrative forms of entertainment in America, video games are juvenile, silly, and intellectually

Farage: The Euro is a Failure
www.theatlantic.com

It looks like UK Independence Party MEP Nigel Farage took an opportunity to speak truth to power in…

Why the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street Should Cooperate
www.theatlantic.com

For all their disagreements, they share a belief that the relationship between finance and government needs reforming

The Rage of the Almost-Elite
www.theatlantic.com

Occupy Wall Street is mostly the lower elite revolting against the upper elite