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Jane Dailey, Contributor Associate Professor of History, University of Chicago The Confederate General Who Was Erased There’s a reason you won’t find many monuments in the South to one of Robert E. Lee’s most able deputies. Historical via Getty Images … Continue reading

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A Very Rare Way to Commit Suicide

Demographic Suicide | George Weigel | First Things Ten years ago, after my meditation on Europe, The Cube and the Cathedral, had appeared in several languages, I was invited to speak to members of the European Parliament in Brussels. There, … Continue reading

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CATHOLICWEBPHILOSOPHER Sunday, March 26, 2017 ONCE A PRIEST, ALWAYS A PRIEST A young man had a vocation to the priesthood, so his bishop sent him to study in Rome. After being duly ordained priest and serving in the diocese, his … Continue reading

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NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE: Recommends Nursing Homes Starve Patients to Death “Without Asking Permission”

life news National   Wesley Smith   Oct 21, 2016   |   1:04PM    Washington, DC If there is any aspect of the culture of death not supported and promoted by the New York Times, I haven’t seen it. … Continue reading

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St. Jude Medical advances China strategy, opens latest technology center

St. Jude Medical advances China strategy, opens latest technology center By Chris Seper Post a comment Two St. Jude Medical (NYSE:STJ) strategies intersected on Tuesday as the maker of new innovative medical devices unveiled the latest of its advanced technology … Continue reading

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UN admits contaminating Haiti’s water with cholera

‘We were involved’: UN admits role in introducing cholera in Haiti Researchers say there is ample evidence that cholera was introduced to Haiti’s biggest river in October 2010 by inadequately treated sewage from a UN peacekeeping base PUBLISHED : Friday, … Continue reading

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TV plots often begin with real life events such as this one…. Really? 17?

News›China›Society Chinese Casanova who dated 17 women at the same time leaves hospital with police escort Mother takes him home, but now he is under suspicion of defrauding as much as 500,000 yuan from his victims PUBLISHED : Friday, 10 … Continue reading

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