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COMMENTARY 965.4: Forgiving Without Condoning or Forgetting

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I suspect all of us have been hurt in deep and lasting ways by the words or acts of another. It’s normal in such situations to feel hostility toward the person who hurt us. If we allow the offense to linger, we may carry the hurt and resentment in the form of a grudge. Usually this causes more unhappiness for … Read More

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COMMENTARY 965.4: Forgiving Without Condoning or Forgetting

As in Indiana and Arkansas, corporate America now wields clout on social issues

Corporate America usually hasn't viewed hot-button social issues as any of its business.

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Meyerson on Morally Corrupt Corporate Greed


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In our opinion: Stable families are the key to overcoming income inequality

Concern about income inequality and about rising percentage of children born outside of marriage are two problems facing our…

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In our opinion: Stable families are the key to overcoming income inequality

Symposium: Mandates make martyrs out of corporate owners

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Ilya Shapiro is a senior fellow in constitutional studies at the Cato Institute. He filed an amicus brief supporting Hobby Lobby and Conestoga in their respective cases before the Supreme Court. This essay is adapted from his foreword to Eugene Volokh, Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby: Corporate Rights and Religious Liberties (Cato Press, forthcoming 2014). Shapiro […]

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Symposium: Mandates make martyrs out of corporate owners

Hannity Clashes With Liberal Guest Over Violence, Extremism in …

Last night, television host Sean Hannity and liberal commentator Leslie Marshall faced-off over extremism inside Occupy Wall Street versus the Tea Party. The two clashed mainly over the violence that was seen in Seattle on …

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Clerical Whispers: God, not greed, is good for ex-Wall Street broker …

God, not greed, is good for ex-Wall Street broker turned Dublin priest. http://www.independent.ie/incoming/article29081495.ece/ A WALL Street broker who turned his back on his high-flying career is training to enter the …

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Wall Street Bailout Beneficiary Rejects Suit Against Its Rescuer: US …

The AIG bailout was highly contentious at the time, with numerous U.S. political critics saying the firm was a prime example of Wall Street greed and that its investment mistakes were self-inflicted, undeserving of a taxpayer …

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