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Duane Shank 7-23-2010
This week, The Washington Post ran a three-part series on the top secret counterterrorism organizations and activities tha
Duane Shank 7-19-2010
The Washington Post today blanketed the front page with this lede:

Jennifer Kottler 7-14-2010
Yesterday, like most mornings, I spent 33 minutes on the elliptical trainer in my apartment exercise room. As a way to distract myself and multi-task, I watched the morning news.
LaVonne Neff 7-01-2010

President Obama is getting no respite from contentious issues. Today, speaking at American University's School of International Service, he tackled immigration reform, held hostage for decades, he said, by political posturing.

Jeannie Choi 6-25-2010
Here's a little round-up of links from the web you may have missed this week:

Jeannie Choi 6-18-2010
Here's a little round-up of links from the web you may have missed this week:

Chris Rice 6-18-2010
We rarely slow down to create the sacred space needed to discern the "signs of the times" and who we are as Christians in this time of America.
Troy Jackson 6-15-2010
Over the past decade, discussions about justice have reached a tipping point in the evangelical world.
Cesar Baldelomar 5-28-2010
This past Tuesday, President Obama announced that he intends to send 1,200 National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border.
Hayley Hathaway 5-19-2010
Do secondary debt markets, hedge funds, and offshore banking make you want to dance? Probably not.
David Cortright 5-18-2010
The nuclear fuel swap deal signed between Iran and Turkey and Brazil is a positive development that deserves U.S. support.
Jim Wallis 5-10-2010
Yesterday I heard one of the best Mother's Day sermons I can remember. It was by the pastor at our family's church, Rev. Jeff Haggray of First Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.

Rose Marie Berger 5-07-2010

In my daily prayer book, the morning antiphon for today said: "The Lord chose these holy men for their unfeigned love

Brian McLaren 5-06-2010
I'm in Kenya with a group of about 150 emerging leaders from across East and South Africa.
Watching a disaster unfold on the news is always heartbreaking, but when it occurs in your hometown and you are far away, it can be debilitating.
Marco Saavedra 4-30-2010
This January, four immigrant college students from Florida began a fifteen hundred mile pilgrimage, "risking their future because the present is unbearable" (Matos, 23, in http://www.nytim

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