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Words matter. As kids we learn that sticks and stones can break our bones but words can never hurt us, but we soon realize that this isn’t entirely true. Bruises fade after a few days, but words linger in our minds for much longer.
Cheerleading doesn’t necessarily have a great reputation in popular culture. Movies like Bring It On – and all of its many sequels – portray high school cheerleaders as walking stereotypes of negativity: vapid and ditzy at best, cruel and calculating at worst.
When first learning to fly fish, all of our energies are consumed in mastering the basics; getting the right gear, learning to cast, becoming comfortable wading through the stream. Then we hook our first trout. When the line goes taut, our adrenaline spikes.
With the presidential primary season now in full swing, campaign finance issues are at the forefront of the political debate.
Earlier this month, a federal appeals court issued an order to delay the implementation of the EPA’s finalized Cross-State Air Pollution Rule. Originally slated to go into effect in 27 Eastern states on J
We read in Kohelet, or Ecclesiastes, that “One generation goes and another generation comes, but the Earth remains forever” (1:4).