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BUZZ ALDRIN: Getting America back to Mars
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BUZZ ALDRIN: Getting America back to Mars

America must lead the next phase of space exploration Forty-five years ago last summer, Neil Armstrong and I walked on the moon. Our Apollo 11 lander touched down in the moon's Sea of Tranquility, and three days later we were home. We splashed ... Washington Times, 16 hours ago

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ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS: A crisis of materialism in the Church has left it morally adrift

ANALYSIS/OPINION: At least some of the faithful of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta had to feign a sense of surprise when sexual abuse accusations against Bishop Eddie Long first surfaced in 2011. But even those parishioners were ...
 Washington Times16 hours ago

Prominent Nun: Religion not principal source of violence

Religion not principal source of violence in world British author Karen Armstrong is a former Roman Catholic nun who has spent her life researching and writing about the world's great religions. Her latest book, Fields of Blood: Religion and the ...
 Canadian Content15 hours ago Karen Armstrong on religion and violence  Christian Century1 week ago Karen Armstrong's thinking shifts on religion and violence  Los Angeles Times1 week ago
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Karen Armstrong on Sam Harris and Bill Maher: It fills me with despair, because this is the sort of talk that led to the concentration camps

Karen Armstrong has written histories of Buddhism and Islam. She has written a history of myth. She has written a history of God. Born in Britain, Armstrong studied English at Oxford, spent seven years as a Catholic nun, and then, after leaving the ...
 Salon1 day ago
Irish Independent

Guildford Four accused bears no grudges as he pays tribute to Gerry Comment

Last Sunday, Paddy Armstrong, a man in his 60s, was standing in his local shop scanning newspaper headlines about the death of Gerry Conlon. A woman stood beside him and they chatted when somebody came to offer Paddy his condolences on Gerry's ...
 Irish Independent1 day ago
CBC

Karen Armstrong, Martin Short, Egypt: Radio highlights this week

We produce some great segments every week, but we understand that you may not always have time to sit by the radio waiting for them to come on. We wouldn't want you to miss out, so we're bringing them to you. This week we were fortunate enough to ...
 CBC1 day ago
Tasmania Mercury

Haddin set to rule in Clarke's absence

Video Image Lehmann: we need Michael Clarke playing 3:15 Play video Tania Armstrong joins Fox Sports News to discuss Michael Clarke's hamstring injury and his future with the Australia ODI team. Fox Sports 15 Nov 2014 Sport/Cricket/Australian ...
 Herald Sun1 week ago Hamstrung Clarke's Test summer is over  Perth Now1 week ago Doherty in ODI squad, Cummins possible  Perth Now1 week ago Fortunes turn for rising leggie Boyce  Perth Now1 week ago
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New Zealand Herald

John Armstrong: Even four days in, leader looks in promising shape

Can Andrew Little pull Labour out of the mire in which it is stuck so deeply - and from which it is going to find it immensely difficult to extricate itself? Little has been in his party's top job for all of four days and has hardly got his feet ...
 New Zealand Herald3 days ago John Armstrong: New leader will not be soft target for National  New Zealand Herald5 days ago
Irish Examiner

Sport has become teacher of life lessons

Travis Tygart will forever be known as the man who brought Lance Armstrong down. The USADA chief executive explains how he has managed to retain his love for sport despite all he's uncovered Travis Tygart's favourite novel when he was in college ...
 Irish Examiner2 days ago USADA chief defends use of plea bargaining  Irish Independent5 days ago Key Armstrong battle long won but war is still raging for Travis Tygart  Irish Times5 days ago

The age-old dilemma facing teams once more.

So many years and so much authenticity have fallen away since the days of Lance Armstrong, Barry Bonds, Marion Jones, Mark McGwire , et al, but there remains one person in this world who actually believes that steroids do not help athletic ...
 SI.com3 days ago
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