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Staring isn’t staring if you’re smiling or waving. Or if you say hi. That turns staring into a bid for interaction.
Congress and state legislatures already have all the authority they need to enact meaningful, forceful gun control. What’s lacking is the political will to do so.
We’re likely to witness waves from his duplicity down the road.
Many students may already be considering going abroad. I would like to take that idea a step further and make the case for going “off the map.”
The powers that maintain the status quo are too great to be overcome by marches and rallies and speeches — or, evidently, by the mass murders of many classrooms full of innocent American schoolchildren.
Bolton’s call for a pre-emptive attack on North Korea makes any prospects for a Trump-Kim Jong Un summit look slimmer than they already were.
Facebook cannot credibly stand for the values of openness and transparency when it is translucent at best about its own operations.
When I hear people imply that, in the blissful afterlife, nobody is crippled, I wonder if they feel the same way when a woman dies or a black person dies.
Abortion is no longer perceived as “safe and rare,” a necessary evil, or even a personal medical decision, but an explicit right to end a person — or an entire category of persons — unworthy of life.
Waves of outrage follow every gun massacre. But this wave has been effectively channeled.
What Mick Mulvaney is doing at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will hurt consumers not once, but twice.
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