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People "Against YA"?

Adults reading YA literature. A point of controversy in literary circles. “Against YA” an article by Ruth Graham in Slate was quite a flashpoint. The New York Times, The Guardian, 513 more words

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[PHOTO] This Day in History: Tragic Launch of President Johnson’s Titanic “Great Society”

“In 1964, 76 percent of Americans trusted government to do the right thing “just about always or most of the time”; today, 19 percent do. The former number is one reason Johnson did so much; the latter is one consequence of his doing so.” 19 more words
Barack Obama

BREAKING: Court Affidavit Reveals Suspect in DC Quadruple Murder 'Did Not Act Alone'

An court affidavit released Friday says the suspect in the slayings of a northwest D.C. family and their housekeeper was not alone in carrying out the murders… 861 more words
U.S. News

Eerdmans All Over: May 22, 2015

Welcome once again to Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can gather in a given week.  357 more words

Eerdmans All Over

Paper names the 40 most interesting women in politics

Some of the names on The Washington Post’s list of the 40 most interesting women in politics — Valerie Jarrett, Elizabeth Warren, Nancy Pelosi, to name a few — are well established and, therefore, not surprising to see on a tally such as this. 111 more words

Human And Civil Rights

Silly Rabbi... Tricks Are For Kids

Presented from a 3 way email exchange regarding the news of a voyeuristic Rabbi that was caught, tried and sentenced for his abuses of his depraved authority. 552 more words

Accountability

Richard Johnson: Courtroom Drawings from the Tsarnaev Death Penalty Debate

Richard Johnson is a field artist, visual journalist and senior graphics editor at The Washington Post. Read more about his very unique perspective as a… 32 more words

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