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Adam Briggle is an assistant professor of philosophy and religion studies and the University of North Texas
January 7, 2018
What Can Be Done About Our Modern-Day Frankensteins?
In 1797, at the dawn of the industrial age, Goethe wrote “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” a poem about a ...
Why the US Pulled out of the Iran Nuclear Deal
In 2015, sanctions on Iran were crippling the ruling regime, and the International Atomic Energy Agency certified that ...
Former Presidential Campaign Adviser Andrew Puzder on the US–China Trade Relationship
A delegation of U.S. senior trade officials visited Beijing on May 3 and 4, hoping to ease trade ...
Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest in 18 Years, 2nd Lowest Since 1960s
The unemployment rate fell to 3.9 percent in April. The only time it has ever dropped so low ...
Trump Signs Order to Protect Religious Freedom From Government Overreach
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order meant to give faith groups a voice in Washington and protect ...