Monthly Archives: December 2012

Let them save their students instead

When an armed madman breaks into a school the right response is to drop to one knee and open fire. Anyone who calls that wrongheaded, or disgusting, invites serious questions about their priorities.
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Deadly rape a call to arms

The recent deadly gang-rape of a 23-year-old on a New Delhi bus dramatized the choking fear that stunts women’s lives throughout the subcontinent. Now do you see why effective self-defence is important?
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The Top 5, Dec. 29

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Madely in the morning, December 28

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The miracle of the season

‘Tis not the season to be sarcastic. I’m still hoping Santa will bring one of those “National Sarcasm Society: Like we need your support” T-shirts. But I’m not writing a satirical list of dream gifts for politicians or anything like … Continue reading

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