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Judge Belvin Perry is in a rare class of jurists. He presided over a television sensation (that also happened to be a trial) and came out of it with even more respect and admiration than before Casey Anthony set foot in his courtroom. Nobody would say...
Yale goalie Eric Natale doesn't want his dream to become a nightmare. During most of his childhood days while playing for the Gamber recreation program in Westminster, he dreamed of playing in a NCAA Division I tournament game against one of the top...
Tags: Maryland Terrapins, Values, Lacrosse, Syracuse Orange, Sports
Los Angeles Times Television CriticThrusting an intelligent idealist into a leadership position is a time-honored method of chronicling the corruptive nature of power, particularly the political variety. (Please see "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington") In recent years, television writers have...
Sometime in the next few weeks, if you're walking down Fullerton Avenue around DePaul University and have 15 minutes to spare, duck into the tidy brick building alongside the CTA station. Here you will find the DePaul Art Museum, an institution so...
If you don't believe in souls or an afterlife, then a corpse is just a body — potentially a teaching tool, a source of life-saving organs, but little more. In 1829, taking such thinking to the extreme, a radical British pamphleteer named Peter...
Tags: Mental Health, Values, Authors, Dismemberment, ABC (tv network)
FRIDAYMAY 17 THE LEHIGH VALLEY CHAPTER OF THE SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT will hold a half-day diversity seminar, "Diverseforce IV: Facing the Newest Challenges of the 21st Century," 8 a.m. to noon, at the Best Western Lehigh Valley Hotel and...
John le Carré's novels have responded brilliantly to the absence of the Cold War, which was, from 1963's classic "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold" to "The Secret Pilgrim" in 1990, their traditional domain. In one sense, though, whether set before or...
Tags: Book, Literature, Values, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Cornwall
When Illinois lawmakers sit down to draw new legislative maps, the two most important pieces of information are 1) how each precinct voted in the last election and 2) where the incumbents live. Using that information, the majority party sorts voters...
Tolerance is justifiably one of liberal Democracy's most cherished values. But what do we do when tolerance, with its openness to multiple views, permits and even supports intolerance? This is particularly an issue today when open prejudice against Jews...
Tags: Values, Israel, Culture, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Judaism
Vermont is on track to become the fourth state to allow severely ill patients to end their lives under medical supervision. The state’s House of Representatives voted 75 to 65 on Monday night to approve the “Patient Choice at End of Life&...
Syria's dictator, Bashar al-Assad, isn't the only leader who is crossing "red lines" these days. U.S. President Barack Obama has also crossed a few. Here are three of them: 1. He crossed a red line by asserting the existence of a red line that he then...
(Editor's Note: Before publishing the following letter, the Daily American gave both candidates for Stonycreek Township Supervisor, Jason Snyder and Dan Dively an opportunity to respond. All three letters appear here.) This letter is specifically for the...
Tags: Values, Elections, Politics, Religion and Belief
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