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This is a column about campaign finance reform.
Eleven years ago, Richard Stearns went to Washington.
On issues where it should take the lead, actively advocating for human dignity, the great body of Christendom always seems to bring up the rear.
Religious beliefs should not be used as a cover for discrimination.
New data shows that African-American kids are more likely to be suspended – from preschool.
Even beyond the obligations imposed by faith, though, there is something troubling in the idea that some of us willingly become what we profess to abhor, adopt extremist hatred in protest of extremist hatred.
Laws protecting Americans from real guns are marked by an appalling flaccidity that countenances firearms in essentially every nook and cranny of daily life.
The unsparing depiction of slavery is a necessary rebuttal to sugar-coated history.