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Terrorists vs. The Dangerous Child: On the Amsterdam-Paris Train

There was no time to plan, they said, no time even to think.

“We just kind of acted. There wasn’t much thinking going on,” Skarlatos said.

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Situational Awareness

Tips for sharing with Hindus (from IMB.ORG)

Many people of other faiths are open to hearing about Jesus and Christianity. Just begin with a conversation with them.

Hinduism is the major religion of both India and Nepal, but is also found in other parts of South Asia and around the world. 624 more words

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Can your job love you back?

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Stifling Political Diversity

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"Labour is the party of economic competence"

Anthony Robins makes a case at The Standard that Labour is the party of economic competence.

The old myth that National are good managers of the economy should now be well dead and buried.

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