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Forget the Holocaust, forget Dr. Ben Carson’s opinions on gun control: any physician who is willing to write a memoir called Gifted Hands and speak of himself performing “miracles” needs to be looked on as an out-of-touch megalomaniac. We in the medical field should have all seen this coming. Continue reading
Bakersfield’s Tomorrowland may never come, writes Nicholas Belardes.
A year after the massacre at Newtown, we revisit Sean Beaudoin’s piece on the tragedy, “Going Home.”
Tom Gualtieri on the societal impact of Steubenville.
A mountain lion was killed by a car in Milford, Connecticut. Elizabeth Eslami investigates what this unusual event means — and what it doesn’t.
JFK, 9/11, Sandy Hook: One of these is not like the others.
As children we fear the Boogeyman. As adults we fear complex thoughts. Sandy Hook Truthers are still afraid of the beast in the closet, and they want everyone else to be, too.
Sean Beaudoin attempts to ascribe a veneer of meaning to the events of last week.