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August 10, 2012 12:00 AM

A house divided

As I survey some of the big stories making the news these days -- a typically rancorous presidential contest, angry and unbalanced individuals going on mass shooting rampages and even the increasingly tiresome Chick-fil-A controversy -- I sense a pattern emerging. I think that all of these things reflect a growing spirit of divisiveness, distrust and intolerance in our country. The United States seems to be less and less united with each passing day.

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