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Daily Archives: January 26, 2014
When to Confront, When to be Silent
At church this morning, the pastor was talking to his puppet, Jake, who was saying that he had a bad week. The pastor asked the congregation what Jake should do to feel better, and someone said, “Talk to God about … Continue reading
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Nixonland 8: Violence
A recurrent topic in Rick Perlstein’s Nixonland is violence, for the time period that Perlstein covers in this book was a time of significant upheaval. Perlstein, in fact, dedicates the book “to the memory of the dozens of Americans who … Continue reading
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