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Paul J. Voss
Lipitor, a popular medication used to treat high cholesterol, might be the most successful prescription drug in history. Total revenue since it was ap MORE
Oct 01, 2013
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Michael M. Miller
In the wake of the financial crisis, one of the recurring themes among business and political leaders is the need to reform capitalism and create new MORE
Sep 02, 2013
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Andrew Abela
There’s a growing, disturbing phenomenon among business leaders and entrepreneurs. Perhaps you’ve noticed it among some of your acquaintances; per MORE
Jul 01, 2013
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Sam Gregg
Charles Carroll of Carrollton is known to most Americans as the only Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence. In doing so, Carroll arguably p MORE
Jun 01, 2013
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Dave Durand
To most of us, “it’s the least I could do” means, “I wish I could have done more.” However, to a sad and growing number of people, it is a g MORE
May 02, 2013
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Andreas Widmer
Imagine you were leading a large sports team without being told exactly what game you’re playing. Someone places a nondescript ball in front of you MORE
Apr 01, 2013
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Paul J. Voss
Each January, the Baseball Writers’ of America Association (BBWAA) announces the results of the annual Hall of Fame voting. The 2013 ballot included MORE
Mar 01, 2013
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Christian Brugger
A comment on the New York Times’ website is rather telling: “I am tired of the Catholic bishops interfering” (11/24/12). The writer was worked u MORE
Feb 02, 2013
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Michael Miller
I’ve been thinking lately that much of the division in America about the role of the state, the Church, the family, and religious liberty comes down MORE
Dec 03, 2012
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Andreas Widmer
Have you ever wondered how a person loses control of their car and crashes into that one solitary tree along the street — not the 359 degrees around MORE
Nov 01, 2012
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