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On being born of the Religious Wars

The Essais, emerging as a result of Montaigne’s early retirement, were initially intended as a private study of introspection, an attempt by Montaigne to  better understand himself. 918 more words

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Connor leaves Strath Haven for O'Hara

Jim Connor Sr., the longtime defensive coordinator for Kevin Clancy at Strath Haven, has been hired for the same position at O’Hara.

Connor is the first big name to join first-year head coach B.J. 51 more words

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Speaking Freely, today at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET)

Today we continue in our new morning time slot, and we also, as you can see in the program notes, will spend some time discussing much that has occurred in the wake of the Islamic attack on Charlie Hebdo. 509 more words

Don't Let It Go...Unheard

Catholic League Defends Murders at Charlie Hebdo

Justin King
January 9, 2015

(ANTIMEDIA) The specifics and motives of the attack in Paris are being hotly debated, but the Catholic League’s Bill Donohue has in essence attempted to justify the killings by saying that the attack was provoked. 415 more words

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Je Suis Charlie: An Attack on Freedom

Edgar Johnson wrote  that “A satirist is never certain whether he/she will be acclaimed or punished.” Today 10 extraordinary and acclaimed satirists were punished by Islamic extremists who killed them for their alleged offenses against Mohammed. 907 more words

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