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  • ‘I’m Not Ready to Get Married’

    ‘I’m Not Ready to Get Married’

    Part I in a series of widely held beliefs that are either untrue or meaningless: In every age, people say and believe things that aren't true but somehow become accepted as “conventional wisdom.” The statement “I'm not ready to get married” is a current example. Said by more and more…

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  • The Advantage of Impractical Ideas

    The Advantage of Impractical Ideas

    Raging controversy over Donald Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States ignores the most obvious fact about his suggestion: there's no chance it would ever take effect. Even in the unlikely event of a Trump presidency, courts or congress would promptly block any “Muslim ban.” That's also true…

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  • Jim Lehrer – Rebecca Costa

    Jim Lehrer – Rebecca Costa

    Jim Lehrer is the former executive editor and news anchor for the PBS NewsHour. Lehrer joined the National Public Affairs Center for Television (NPACT) as a correspondent, which led to an Emmy-winning collaboration with Robert MacNeil for their continuous live coverage of the Watergate scandal. In addition to numerous awards…

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  • The Wall Street Journal Profile of Eric Metaxas

    Over the weekend the Wall Street Journal did a great profile of my friend Eric Metaxas. Please give it a read and share it with your friends: http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-death-of-god-is-greatly-exaggerated-an-interview-with-eric-metaxas-1450481540 Brought to you by www.billbennett.com

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  • Can G.O.P. Win by Rallying Christian Conservatives?

    Ted Cruz promises to win the presidency by rallying disillusioned conservatives–particularly Christian conservatives. According to Cruz, these voters didn't turn out for McCain or Romney, but they'd come out for him just as they did for the last successful GOP candidate–his fellow Texan, George W. Bush. The problem is that…

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  • Victory Lessons from George W. Bush

    Victory Lessons from George W. Bush

    To win the White House in 2016, Republicans must follow the example of the last GOP candidate to win a solid majority: George W. Bush. Exit polls show the basis for his success in 2004, and for Mitt Romney's failure in 2012. Both Republicans drew similar turnouts of conservatives and…

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