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The New York Times
Fearing Fear Itself
Terrorists won’t bring down Western civilization, and the tradeoffs we make to counter it should not include giving in to the panic they hope to create.
The Attacks in Paris Reveal the Strategic Limits of ISIS
Globalized terrorism is no more effective than conducting aerial bombings without forces on the ground.
To Weld, Perchance, to Dream
My father was a welder. So I actually did have a choice to make: to weld or to philosophize?
Teaching Peace in Elementary School
Many educators believe that children need to learn emotional intelligence to reach their full academic potential.
Blacks Are Challenged to Buy From Black-Owned Businesses to Close Gap
Blacks spend less money in black-owned businesses than other racial and ethnic groups spend in businesses owned by members of their groups, including Hispanics and Asians.
More than 1,000 members joined a mass resignation from the church in Salt Lake City, a decision that many said can be complicated, both administratively and emotionally.
A battle between retailers and the banking industry over credit card technology adds fuel to a feud over what merchants pay for the processing of credit and debit transactions.