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Is the Pope Hispanic?

Since the new pope was born in Argentina, should he count as Hispanic, and does that make him a member of a different race from the former pope, who was German? In America, Pope Francis would indeed count as racially distinct from Pope...

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Saying Goodbye to Cars?

I recently said goodbye to car I had enjoyed and cherished for several years, repeating an experience familiar to most of my fellow baby-boomers. Bringing our twenty-year-old son into the garage the night before taking the vehicle back to...

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Too Many Shades of Breached Privacy

The Style Section of the New York Times recently celebrated a new sexual minority emerging from the shadows and clamoring for public recognition and respect: the so-called “BDSM Community.” Those less trendy than typical Times readers,...

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Let Obama Discover the Unexpected Israel

As Barack Obama prepares for his trip to Israel on March 20th—his first as President—he might consider taking the opportunity to correct common distortions about the Jewish state that his administration has, on occasion, helped to...

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Leftist Values Below the Oscar Surface

The 2013 Academy Award broadcast generally steered clear of overt political statements, but two aspects of the occasion demonstrated the movie industry’s strong liberal values. Most obviously, the selection of First Lady Michelle Obama...

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Odd Couplings at the Oscars

The 2013 Academy Awards featured Michelle Obama announcing the Best Picture winner in a live satellite connection from the White House. As a symbol of female empowerment and a formidable Harvard-educated lawyer, the First Lady looked out...

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Outlines of a Compromise?

Even with the current hysteria over the looming sequestration, outlines of a sensible, bi-partisan compromise are painfully obvious. The Republicans want to trim deficits by cutting spending, while Democrats seek the same result through...

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Spreading the Wealth to Argo

The Best Picture Oscar awarded to Argo over its chief competitor Lincoln represents another triumph for Hollywood’s liberal values. This is not a question of political favoritism: the directors, writers and producers of both films are...

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Distorting Numbers on Gay Identity

A misleading new state-by-state study claims that nearly 4 percent of American adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender with Washington, DC boasting the top LGBT population of nearly 10 percent. These figures seem to...

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