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Why Read Christopher Lasch

This article was written by Matthew Harwood and was originally appeared in the American Conservative When I grew up in the overwhelmingly white blue-collar suburb of Philadelphia known as Levittown, a soft white supremacism was pervasive. When blacks were spoken about at all, it was rarely if ever positively. The conversations generally involved words such … Continue reading Why Read Christopher Lasch

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Digital: As Mobile Grows Rapidly, the Pressures on News Intensify

This article is by freelance journalist Jane Sasseen, Kenny Olmstead and Amy Mitchell of the Pew Research Center and was taken from the  State of the Media For more than a decade, as the desktop/laptop era of computing took hold, news organizations were at a severe disadvantage competing against a raft of financially and technologically stronger … Continue reading Digital: As Mobile Grows Rapidly, the Pressures on News Intensify

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A Party without Soul: Why UK Labour Needs to Learn about Love and Sin

By Luke Bretherton, Find original article on ABC Religion and Ethics The British Labour Party is a party without love and without sin. It can thereby do no right and no wrong in its own eyes. And so in the eyes of everyone else, it is a party without life and soul. No faction in the … Continue reading A Party without Soul: Why UK Labour Needs to Learn about Love and Sin

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Archbishop: Faith must be strong enough to take offence

Religious freedom should mean the right to challenge beliefs as well as the right to worship The village, as we approached it, was the normal collection of straw-roofed huts and a school. It was only as I got out of the car that the destruction was evident. A few days earlier raiders had struck. I … Continue reading Archbishop: Faith must be strong enough to take offence

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