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Your Money In Britain—After The Election

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Tired, hungry, shocked, exuberant—this describes my general condition as I write this. Nearly every commentator and pollster, with the exception of YouGov and Survation, called it wrong. Far from a landslide Tory victory and a devastating Labour defeat, we awoke this morning to the loss of the government’s majority and a resurgence of the party

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How To Become A World-Class Wit

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It has occurred to me lately that there is an abundance of comedy, a great deal of snark, a surfeit of indignation, and an endless mine of hate in the public sphere. But there is very little wit; more specifically, there is a conspicuous absence of the Wit as a public personage. I feel this

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Is Friendliness Possible With All Your Political Opposites?

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This may be one of the most pressing questions of our time. Some weeks ago I wrote about hypocrisy and the forces that push us toward it. That article was concerned mostly with being true to your feelings about certain views held by an autonomous mass of people; a thing not difficult to do in

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Why You Should Think Like Plato—Sometimes

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The Greek philosopher Plato was a native of Athens. Born in 427 B.C.E, he was of distinguished aristocratic lineage on both his mother’s and father’s side. He came of age during a time of extraordinary change and crisis in Athens. The Mediterranean empire that the city-state had established in the middle part of the 5th

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3 Leadership Lessons From The Roman Emperor Julian

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The Roman Emperor Julian, also known as Julian the Apostate, was born in 330 C.E. He was the nephew of Constantine the Great, the first emperor to be baptized into the Christian faith (the actual baptism occurring just before his death). Julian’s was a time of great change and transformation in Rome. Diocletian had in

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Reasons For Alarm And For Calm

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It has been one of those weeks in political news that is impossible to ignore. Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey set off a wave of mostly negative opinion against him. Even the most conservative of columnists and bloggers have voiced alarm at the sudden and inexplicable sacking of the country’s top law

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Why We Are Looking More Alike—And What It Means

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I spent the Easter weekend in Oxford, England. Before leaving, I took the opportunity to visit the Natural History Museum that is attached to the town’s world-famous university. It contained an impressive exhibition on evolution. There was much I already knew, but a few things I didn’t. The most intriguing fact I learned concerned the

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The Trouble With Happiness

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I was walking down the street the other day when I was assailed by two Mormon missionaries. “What makes you happy?” one of the young women asked. The question was posed as an introduction to what I knew would be an attempt to evangelize the merits of her faith. I had no time at that

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How To Face A World That Has No Boogeymen

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While on the patio of a favorite restaurant, having my wine and enjoying the rare sunshine that comes to these parts, I overheard a conversation among a group of three middle-aged men seated next to me. One of them was especially loud and quite violent in his protest against the school his daughter attended. He

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Brexit Update—The Snap General Election

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Most political observers were surprised by British Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement last Tuesday that the country would go to the polls once again for a snap general election—to be held June 8th. Mrs. May has repeatedly cited the Tory victory in 2015 and the need for stability as Britain negotiates its way out of

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How To Socialize As A Non-Believing Couple

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One of the most irritating things about people of faith is their presumption. They assume that nearly everyone they encounter believes as they do. While in conversation with a religious next door neighbor or colleague at work, where they go to church will always come up. If you tell them of some difficulty you’re trying

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