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What? Georgetown pro-marriage student club accused of hate speech…for supporting marriage between a man and a woman

Let me see if I get this straight: a pro-traditional marriage student club AT A CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY is accused of hate speech…because it supports marriage between a man and a woman? Am I missing something here? Catholic News Agency has … Continue reading

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A night with the Wizards and Pistons

I used my final night in Washington to take in the NBA game between the Washington Wizards and Detroit Pistons NBA game, which the home team rallied to win, 115-111. Enjoy a few photos.

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BREAKING: Spanish prime minister follows through on threats to Catalonia region

The New York Times has the details. In an unexpectedly forceful attempt to stop Catalan secessionism in its tracks, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain announced on Saturday that he would begin the process of removing the region’s separatist leader, … Continue reading

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The Washington Times: Illegal immigrants are “uninvited intruders”

If you know the political bent of The Washington Times, then you know that it tacks right on every political issue. My hotel had a free copy of the newspaper in the lobby, so I opted to pick it up. … Continue reading

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47% of children teens in Washington, D.C. have experienced a traumatic event

The Washington Post’s free daily newspaper is The Express. On Friday, it offered this three-line story: 47%: The proportion of children and teens in D.C. who have experienced a traumatic event, such as the death or incarceration of a parent, … Continue reading

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They have a hell of a lot more courage than I ever will

WASHINGTON — Four journalists or film-makers who have gone undercover or who have otherwise tried to hide their identities spoke today about their experiences. They were joined by an attorney who often defends journalists in such cases. You can see … Continue reading

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Hey, Pittsburgh (and other cities): Critics say Amazon is a bad idea

I’m more than a bit fed up with people telling me that I shouldn’t be rooting for Pittsburgh to become the home of Amazon’s second headquarters. Earlier this week, my wife and I heard author Sherman Alexie deliver two speeches … Continue reading

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