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If the current bipartisan push leads to serious immigration reform, we'll all be the better for it. But what constitutes serious reform?
Why does antiscience sentiment gain such traction in America? Conservatives deserve some blame, but so does the scientific community.
In the biblical perspective, social issues are always framed primarily as questions of obligation, not of individual rights.
Humans can't flourish without institutions, flawed as they are. Holding them accountable, and increasing their capacity, enhances human life.
In the wake of the Newtown shooting, political will is growing to do something about guns. People are moved to act—and we must act.
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