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We ache for Boston – and all communities

Nearly 12 years after the events of 9-11-2001, terrorism in our homeland still seems a nearly impossible reality ...

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Remembering how Black South Africans won their freedom

A trip to South Africa provides painful reminders of the protracted struggle to establish democracy, ...

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Like cholesterol, some discrimination is good

Americans somehow have this strange notion that all discrimination is bad ...

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New efforts to curb the ‘Debt Trap’ of payday lending

The small-dollar loans that generate long-lasting debt for consumers and cost them billions of dollars each year ...

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“Home grown”

What defines this act as terrorism is the idealism on which the act is based ...

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Political discrimination reveals the politics of political deceit

It was a bruising battle on Capitol Hill when the scurrilous scoundrels in Congress committed the dastardly deed of killing Gun Control Legislation. ...

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Blame a dark-skinned man

John King’s erroneous reporting reminds us how easy it is to blame a “dark skinned” man. ...

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Will terrorist attacks be a challenge to all public events?

Terrorism is not going away and the president’s job gets harder every day ...

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Gun vote revives civil rights memories

Senate blocked gun control legislation drafted by a bipartisan group of Senators and supported by the Obama administration ...

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The Boston Marathon’s media frenzy

The result was a string of embarrassing mistakes that did little to comfort a nation on edge ...

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