Jan. 30, 2017 – Ian Lustick, professor of comparative politics and political science at the University of Pennsylvania and author of “Trapped in the War on Terror,” told On Point host Tom Ashbrook Monday that President Trump’s executive order concerning … Continue reading
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It comes as no surprise that we are a nation of double standards when it comes to religion, violence and perceptions. A 2011 Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) survey showed the double standard clearly. 83 percent of Americans believe that a … Continue reading
If you have not heard, Sarah suffers from “foot-in-mouth” disease and is now in trouble with the Christian right, middle and left. Yes, she has pissed off everyone. You see, Sarah was a keynote speaker at the NRA’s “Stand and … Continue reading
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The chairman of the Islamic Cordoba Initiative Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf wrote a column for the Huffington Post concerning American’s response to Muslims after the Boston Marathon bombing last year and on the one-year anniversary. “Marathon Bombing Anniversary Demands Interfaith … Continue reading
New commentary in the Columbia Missourian – http://www.columbiamissourian.com/comments/posted/?i=56877&c=10:159644. If you subscribe to the Missourian’s online edition, please see the comments after the column. They are… interesting. DAVID ROSMAN: A new disease is spreading in the Gray Dome Wednesday, March 13, 2013 … Continue reading
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There are very few things or people that I “hate.” I may dislike, I may not tolerate, I may not want to associate, but I do not hate. For example… I (along with this young lady) do not like Brussels … Continue reading
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My grandson Jake is coming to that age when he is asking the most important question of his life, “Why?” Yes, he will soon find that repeating the question will cause great enjoyment while annoying his grandfather, but I encourage … Continue reading
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Irony – An outcome of events different than what was expected. It is the basis for most great stories and jokes, which twists to an end seemingly from nowhere. Letterman and Leno are greats at this technique in their monologues. … Continue reading
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Borrow $500. Pay back $600 in 14-days at 521 percent APR. Pay it back in 90-days and the interest rate charged exceeds the principle by 150 percent, if not more. In Missouri, as in every other states of the Union … Continue reading