July 4 is a great holiday to celebrate and to observe. I have spent July 4 in many different places, among my favorite are at Dodger Stadium, at the beach for fireworks, or at a BBQ with family and friends. Some of the other more memorable ones have been in Palo Alto for the 1994...
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Left, Right and the Definition of Evil
Mr. Prager has stated he has had an obsession with fighting evil (“A Man and a Book,” April 20). He falsely accuses the left from its inception as combating something other than evil, and that is material inequality. Where, Mr. Prager, on...
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