Slay, Muslims!

Stories from the Outside

My brother still wasn’t back with our sheep, but I had to tweet this as early as possible. The devil works hard, but Islamophobes work harder. And I was right.
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Student-veterans organize to provide mentorship, foster reintegration

Matthew Matlock humped his way through deep brush and vegetation, his body weighed down by equipment, sweat and fatigue. Five others had already made it down the trail into a small, open area when Matlock first heard the tin-like snap of gunfire — similar to a loud wood-fire crackle, he said, except louder and more frequent.
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Renewing a sense of national unity

On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, the vast majority of today’s college students were still in elementary or middle school, far too young to grasp the full implications of a terrorist attack against the United States, yet old enough for that day to live on in our memories as a
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Remaining mindful of liberty after September 11

At this time every year, Americans from across the country come together to reflect on the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001. Without a doubt, the horrific loss of nearly 3,000 American lives at the hands of terrorists is something that will forever scar the memories of those of us who
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