Monthly Archives: December 2015

Obama’s Right on ISIS, Syria, Russia

Dec. 25, 2015 12:36 p.m. ET Wall Street Journal Letter to the Editor Your Dec. 21 editorial “Syria’s Yellow Brick Road” is a one-sided judgment of the Sept. 19 U.N. Security Council Resolution road map for Syria. It underlines Washington’s … Continue reading

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Jesus- Refugee

from Quartz – qz.com 12-25-15 As your social media contacts must have reminded you by now, Christmas truly is the story of a Middle Eastern family seeking refuge. Recent forensic research suggests that Jesus looked very much like the men that so many in … Continue reading

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The Exchange: Sam Hopkins and Michela Wrong on Africa’s New Missionaries

from foreignpolicy.com – December 10, 2015 For more than two decades, writer, reporter, and Foreign Policy contributor Michela Wrong has covered government corruption, Western aid, and the heroes and villains that created modern Africa. After penning three nonfiction books about the … Continue reading

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We never know how high we are…

We never know how high we are Till we are called to rise; And then, if we are true to plan, Our statures touch the skies–        Emily Dickinson

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