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SUPERMAN, SUPERWOMAN or BOTH?

Now that phone booths have become extinct to a large degree, where does Clark Kent change to his Superman outfit? In the girls’ locker room, of course! Why shouldn’t he? Clark Kent could claim to be a female long enough … Continue reading

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WISDOM OR FOOLISHNESS?

“A fool can ask more questions than a wise man can answer.” My mother used to quote that adage frequently. I guess she was right. Anyone can ask “why” about anything and make themselves sound pretty convincing. Along that vein, … Continue reading

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BECAUSE THEY CARE ABOUT THE CHILDREN?

Who is responsible for the education of children? Politicians, or parents? That is the crucial civil rights question of the 21st century. Do we trust politicians more than we do parents? What is the latest battle over this question in … Continue reading

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