Why gun-rights advocates are seeking sanctuary Sticky

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Editors Note Christianradionewsroom.org wants to note that the views of this content are syndicated and not endorsed by this site. While we respect the right of people to own a gun we find violence and mass shootings outweigh the issue of accessibility. Common sense gun laws and restrictions

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Readers write: Rural America

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Rural America The story of a rural Oregon family – told in the Feb. 10 Monitor Weekly’s book review “Working-class Americans on a tightrope” – isn’t typical, but it is symptomatic. A century of industrialization has left cities and the countryside in shambles, both socially and

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Self-isolation as a gift, not a grind

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As it leads the global battle against the coronavirus, the World Health Organization has advised people to manage their mental well-being as much as their physical health. The advice is especially true for the hundreds of millions of people who have self-isolated during the pandemic. WHO

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Readers write: The fate of American wild horses

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Our Jan. 20 cover story, “Taming a wild controversy,” elicited many reader letters. Here’s a selection of the responses. Difficult decisions I have been a horse lover my whole life, but I have had personal experience with seeing the consequence of too many horses on range land. Sadly, the wild

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Too early to plant? Grab a gardening book.

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Are the best garden vegetables – the juiciest tomatoes, the spiciest peppers, the crunchiest cucumbers – the result of what happens in the warmth of summer? Many gardeners believe that the most productive gardens have their roots in winter. That’s when they think about helpful advice they’ve

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Readers write: Solutions for conflict, and defending freedom

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Solutions for conflict Ryan Lenora Brown’s report on and extended interview with anthropologist Julienne Anoko – “Amid distrust of Ebola responders, she leads by quiet example” in the Jan. 13 Monitor Weekly – is no less than a revelation. Respecting and listening to the people involved in

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