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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Daniel Cox
American churchgoers tend to fib about how often they actually go to church, regardless of their denomination, a recent study shows.
The soldier on the military cargo plane struggles to breathe. He developed pneumonia while serving in Afghanistan and needs medicine now, but the pump to deliver it won't work properly.
A judge in Maryland must decide if a man who suffered severe brain damage after a heart attack should continue getting sustenance through a feeding tube at his mother's and brother's behest, contrary to his wife's instructions.
"I think being attached to an institution is less important, it's not viewed as negatively," Mr. Cox said. "Simply saying you're not attached to the Catholic Church, I don't think there's the same kind of weight."
Even being labeled an atheist, is "becoming increasingly accepted," Mr. Cox said. "Compared to where the United States was in the 1950s, considerably more people are at least tolerant."