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Free speech is important, but is it always helpful, and how does it relate to employment?

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There are real issues that deserve full coverage, not another fake story about the end of the world.

‘Home Again’ Fails to Challenge Shallow Notions of ‘Home’

Hallie Meyers-Shyer’s directorial debut reveals just how dissatisfying good fortune can be.

Iraqi Christians At Odds with World on Kurdish Independence Referendum

Kurds and Christians both want security and autonomy as minorities in Iraq. But one’s dream could dash the other’s.

Art of Darkness: Angelina Jolie’s Latest Film Succeeds at Personalizing Genocide

What “First They Killed My Father” tells me about suffering and the imago Dei.
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