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Here in the twenty-first century, "news" means "bad news." But a fair reading of events sometimes turns bad news into ordinary news.
Johnny Carson, one of America's most beloved personalities, and one of its most tortured souls.
America's founders believed that natural rights and legal protections enjoyed by England applied to America. They might be horrified to see them at threat in Turkey.
Most schools today are proud to be gun-free zones. But there was a time when colleges made weapons available to students.
Fear over individual matters can sometimes be a sign of concern or care. But when it rises to the national level, it becomes dangerous.
People complain about fake news, and rightly so. But there's another fake thing that's even worse.
Much of what passes today for in-depth analysis is merely partial information based on rough extrapolations and hearsay. Yet we still trust it.
Jefferson is rightly lauded as the author of the Declaration of Independence. If he had lived long enough, Joseph Warren of Massachusetts would have been a worthy alternate to craft the document.