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Jonathan Lange: Women Impregnated By Rape Should Be Heard

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Male columnist Jonathan Lange writes: “Rep. Karlee Provenza shared her own story of rape and wondered, ‘What would happen if I was pregnant?’ It’s a fair question. Even well-meaning people who speculate about the needs and feelings of such women, are only guessing. So, I sought out two women to give them voice.”

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Jonathan Lange: Prepare to Stand With Andrew Brunson

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Columnist Jonathan Lange writes: “‘Be faithful unto death, and I will give you the crown of life’ (Rev. 2:10). Generations of Christians have heard these words on the day of their confirmation. It is an experience shared by many—although that cultural heritage seems to be fading. But fewer still are aware of the context of these words.

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Jonathan Lange: Lange: Cheney rushed to judgment, Lummis finding the facts

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Jonathan Lange writes: “Only weeks after Liz Cheney’s re-election as the GOP conference chair, she faces a removal petition signed by 107—over half—of her colleagues. Lummis, on the hand, was publicly criticized by 78 members of the Wyoming Bar who published an open letter claiming that the very first vote of Wyoming’s first female senator, Cynthia Lummis, was ‘wrong.'”

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