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  • Ask Amy: Dad worries that teen's tattoo will offend

    Ask Amy: Dad worries that teen's tattoo will offend
    Dear Amy: My 16-year-old son wants a tattoo, which I generally do not have a problem with. However, he wants to have a cross tattooed on his arm. To him the cross symbolizes acceptance. He is affiliated with no religion and has not had a Christian...
  • A pointed comment on guns

    A few words about Nathan Entingh's hand gun. Meaning, you should understand, not a gun you hold in your hand, but rather, the hand itself, thumb cocked and index finger extended to resemble a pistol. One afternoon late last month, Entingh, who goes to...
  • Four schools win arbitration cases to stay in current CIF sports areas

    Four schools win arbitration cases to stay in current CIF sports areas
    Ventura St. Bonaventure, Westlake Village Oaks Christian, La Verne Damien and Glendora St. Lucy's have won their arbitration cases against the CIF Southern Section and will remain in their current sports areas for the upcoming re-leaguing cycle from 2014-...
  • Let them eat cake

    In Arizona has come a test of the motto conservative Christians like to invoke: "Hate the sin, love the sinner." Republican Governor Jan Brewer has vetoed the "religious freedom bill" passed by the Republican legislature. While there is no mention in the...
  • Paul Greenberg: An innocent abroad

    Dear Guide in Tashkent, I regret I never learned your name, but your language, heard from the back of a tour bus, remains a thing of curious beauty and a joy recurrently remembered. You could call it English, though more strictly speaking it was...
  • Labor case shows Northwestern taught its athletes well

    Labor case shows Northwestern taught its athletes well
    Even as Northwestern University readies its appeal of Wednesday's National Labor Relations Board regional office ruling that deems its football players school employees, giving them the right to unionize, the university ought to be bursting with pride....
  • Paul Greenberg: To an old friend . . .

    Your Honor, It is always a pleasure to recall you, even in your last but still undiminished days. Last time I saw you, you were hooked up to various tubes and electronic monitors, but your mind -- oh, your mind! -- was as graceful, your words as...
  • As With Other Monumental Firsts, Sam Needs Our Support

    As With Other Monumental Firsts, Sam Needs Our Support
    The weight of history, the weight of human decency is slowly, surely crushing those with hate in their hearts and suspicion in their souls. The day is coming when Michael Sam's homosexuality will not be a story, let alone THE story. The NFL draft...
  • Obama should practice what he preaches at prayer breakfast

    President Obama gave a lovely speech at the recent National Prayer Breakfast — and one is reluctant to criticize. But pry my jaw from the floorboards. Without a hint of irony, the president lamented eroding protections of religious liberty...
  • Fire Lake administrators if they dodged class-size caps

    Lake School Superintendent Susan Moxley spent 20 tense minutes during last week's School Board meeting explaining that the district did, indeed, violate an amendment to the Florida Constitution requiring 25 and sometimes fewer students in classes at six...
  • Karamanos 2-for-2 in Laurel season debut

    Karamanos 2-for-2 in Laurel season debut
    Laurel Park Jockey Karamanos 2-for-2 in season debut Jockey Horacio Karamanos rode two winners Saturday at Laurel Park with his first two mounts since Dec. 31. "I am happy," Karamanos said. "I caught a cold at the beginning of the year. It took me...