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Resurrecting the Salon

When we set out to create the conversation about women in power and the idea of a Salon was first proposed for the committee I serve on, … 424 more words

Commentary: Off The Wall: Confusing Qualifications with Competency is the Point

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Mike Rowe—over at his blog, Profoundly Disconnected—replies to a reader’s question about Qualifications vs. Competency.


However – when Howard Dean called the Governor “unknowledgeable,” he rolled out more than a stereotype. 390 more words

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A What Discourse?

Can you imagine it?  Discussing something with someone, something about which you fiercely disagree, and not becoming enraged, bitter, venomous, insulting, condescending, arrogant, opinionated, factional, or just plain mean?  822 more words

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Fellow at the Biola Center for Christian Thought

I’ve recently returned from Saint Louis University where I was Visiting Faculty of Philosophy for the fall 2014 semester. I was there on a generous grant from the Templeton Foundation doing research on… 71 more words

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Divisions within Divisions

CIVIL DISCOURSE, FEBRUARY 1865

In most of our minds, 150 years later, we have a notion that the North fought the South, which is true. But it also misleading in suggesting all the Northerners agreed with Lincoln and all the Southerners favored secession. 1,403 more words

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Civil Discourse - January 31, 2015

Civil Discourse - January 31, 2015 by Blaze News Blog on Mixcloud

From the Blaze news headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, this is a lesson in civil discourse. 28 more words

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