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Religious liberties will challenge Kavanaugh

(Kyle Usrey) Now that the dust has settled about the Masterpiece Cake decision, and with Justice Kennedy’s announced retirement alongside the start of the confirmation assessment of nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh (former law clerk to

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Brexit Two Years Later: the Sky Didn’t Fall

(William Moloney, Boston) In a column the Denver Post published just after the historic vote to leave the EU (Brexit and the West's Economic Malaise, July 10,2016) I said of the near universal failure of

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German and Italian Finances Key to EU Future

During a 1968 Cabinet meeting in Paris President Charles De Gaulle asked his renowned Minister of Cultural Affairs Andre Malraux (1901-1976) to summarize the challenges facing France's two major partners in the newly formed "Common

Homelessness: Help that Empowers

(Chelsea Johnson, 1776 Scholar) Matthew 25:35 says “For I was hungry, and you gave me food; I was thirsty, and you gave me drink; I was a stranger and you welcomed me.” Colorado had a

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European Union: The Gathering Storm

(Boston) In 1958 via the Treaty of Rome six Western European nations (West Germany, France, Italy, and the Low Countries) began life as a cooperative economic entity known as the "Common Market".  For thirty-five years

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