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Charlie Hebdo, Free Speech And The Freedom To Disagree Media

Charlie Hebdo, Free Speech And The Freedom To Disagree

By Julie Wittes Schlack

Both sides in the debate over Charlie Hebdo’s Freedom of Expression Courage Award from PEN American Center embody free expression at its best – thoughtful people who strive for consensus but accept disagreement.

Confessions Of An Accidental Mother Family

Confessions Of An Accidental Mother

By Holly Robinson

She was not cut out for parenthood. She couldn’t be bothered! And yet somehow Holly Robinson ended up with a brood of five.

On Beacon Hill, A Backroom Battle That Matters Boston

On Beacon Hill, A Backroom Battle That Matters

By Avi Green

Massachusetts lawmakers are locked in a heated tug-of-war. At issue: the joint committee structure that turns bills into laws. Or, perhaps more accurately, doesn’t allow for much progress at all.

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A Double Standard For David Petraeus Security

A Double Standard For David Petraeus

By Eileen McNamara

The sweetheart deal prosecutors cut with the retired general exposes the hypocrisy and the incoherence at the heart of the U.S. Justice Department’s war on whistleblowers.

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