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David French

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A Kentucky native, David is a 1994 graduate (cum laude) of Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a 1991 graduate (summa cum laude, valedictorian) of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Three Cups of Hogwash

The story Greg Mortensen told in "Three Cups of Tea" was precisely the story we wanted to believe. Read More »

America Is the Strong Horse, With a Long Run Still Ahead

On a day of great victory, we should rejoice in justice, but we cannot lose sight of the reality and challenge of Islamic jihad. Read More »

Mitt Romney's Health Care Advantage?

"RomneyCare" shouldn't be a liability in 2012. It should be an asset. Here's why. Read More »

Even Heroes Need Grace: The Story of Scott Smiley

Scott Smiley was a warrior and a hero. Today he's the Army's first active-duty blind officer. A tale of courage, faith and redemption. Read More »

How Pervasive Is the Threat of Political Islam?

We'd very much like to believe that a "few extremists" are to blame for the Middle East's war and violence, but what if an entire political culture has run off the rails? Read More »

A Mormon President: Are Souls at Stake?

Those who believe that presidents impact our immortal souls have too great a view of politics and too small a view of God. Read More »

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A Mormon President: Are Souls at Stake?

Those who believe that presidents impact our immortal souls have too great a view of politics and too small a view of God. Read More »

How Pervasive Is the Threat of Political Islam?

We'd very much like to believe that a "few extremists" are to blame for the Middle East's war and violence, but what if an entire political culture has run off the rails? Read More »

Even Heroes Need Grace: The Story of Scott Smiley

Scott Smiley was a warrior and a hero. Today he's the Army's first active-duty blind officer. A tale of courage, faith and redemption. Read More »

Mitt Romney's Health Care Advantage?

"RomneyCare" shouldn't be a liability in 2012. It should be an asset. Here's why. Read More »

America Is the Strong Horse, With a Long Run Still Ahead

On a day of great victory, we should rejoice in justice, but we cannot lose sight of the reality and challenge of Islamic jihad. Read More »

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