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February 25, 2011

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A helpful Libya primer from Mother Jones.

Insight into the origins of nonviolent revolutionary strategies used worldwide.

The unexpected poetry of the Egyptian Revolution.

Lest there be any doubt: for Gov. Walker, "balance the budget" is a euphemism for "make government smaller."

Speaker Boehner's rule changes weren't intended to lead to a government shutdown, but that's what they're doing.

It's astonishing to hear this argument from an actual judge.

After two years, Michael Izbicki finally has his CO discharge.

Anonymous fights fire with fire in its open letter to Westboro Baptist.

Just another post on sin, literary theory, gnosticism and the Kindle.

A Lutheran convert becomes a Catholic priest and remains married to his wife, now a nun. Daniel Burke: "It's like Martin Luther in reverse."

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