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I was watching TV the other night, and one of those ubiquitous campaign ads popped up.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist October 12, 2021
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I think I finally understand what white privilege looks like.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist September 23, 2021
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I recently filling in hosting a local Philadelphia talk show, which gave me the opportunity to interview Lt. Colonel Jonathan P. Meyers, a retired Marine who’d recently written a memoir about his almost three decades in service: “American to the Corps.”

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist September 16, 2021
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I come from a family of fighting men.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist August 31, 2021
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I’ve been practicing immigration law for over 25 years, and I speak four languages fluently.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist August 17, 2021
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After the NFL became a bastion of gridiron “wokeness,” I basically stopped paying attention.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist July 27, 2021
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Mark Ruffalo came out on Twitter the other day and angered a lot of people, but not the people he usually tends to anger.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist June 1, 2021
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I have renewed respect for Keith Ellison.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist May 7, 2021
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At a time when police are being attacked on all sides for brutality, racism, recklessness and all sorts of social sins and criminal acts, I hesitate to write this column.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist April 20, 2021
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The first person I thought when I heard that Prince Philip had died was Elizabeth, a Queen in the greater world but only and always a wife to the man who’d been by her side for longer than I’ve been alive.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist April 15, 2021
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One of my favorite allegories is the one about the frog in the pot of water, who got used to the slowing rising temperature of a warming pot and ended up boiled to death.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist February 16, 2021
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The worst thing to happen in my lifetime was the massacre of 20 children almost a decade ago.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist February 9, 2021
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Sexual abuse is devastating.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist February 6, 2021
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We are approaching the anniversary of the most horrific gun massacre in the history of the United States.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist December 19, 2020
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In the suburbs of Philadelphia, Montgomery County’s Board of Health issued an order by unanimous vote last week to shut down all in=person learning at school for two weeks.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist November 24, 2020
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A few days after the election last week, when things were still a bit murky, I made an offhand remark to some friends about what kind of hat I should crochet for the march that would be taking place the day after Joe Biden’s anticipated inauguration.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist November 17, 2020
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Philadelphia often makes national news for unfortunate reasons, like bombing its own neighborhoods, rioting in its streets, pelting Santa with snowballs, and threatening the Boy Scouts with eviction from the home it built for itself.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist November 12, 2020
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I know that social media is not the real world, just as Kim Kardashian is not your average working mother.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist October 6, 2020
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So many of us are parked in front of our television sets these days, more out of necessity than desire.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist May 26, 2020
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COVID-19 is a disease of incredible cruelty. Unlike AIDS, which was not airborne, or Ebola, which seemed foreign and didn’t really touch us in the United States, this virus is a silent, creeping killer.

By Christine Flowers, Syndicated Columnist April 11, 2020
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A million years ago, we were worried about who was going to win the Iowa Caucuses, and then Super Tuesday, and then when Bernie Sanders was finally going to pack it in.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist March 31, 2020
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Kobe Bryant managed to remain a local kid with Philly cred long after he left the city for the West Coast.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist February 4, 2020
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On Christmas day, Greta Gerwig’s updated version of the young adult classic Little Women opened in theaters to great acclaim, fantastic reviews and strong box office numbers.

By Christine Flowers - Syndicated Columnist January 4, 2020
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I adored the story of “Cinderella” as a child.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist November 21, 2019
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For his part, Biden refused to dwell on the incident other than to say “I’m a practicing Catholic, I practice my faith” and that this was his personal life.

November 11, 2019
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George Soros poured nearly $2 million into the Philadelphia District Attorney candidacy of Larry Krasner. As we all know, Krasner won.

By Christine Flowers - National Columnist November 10, 2019
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Philadelphia is one step closer to opening a Hotel Heroin in beautiful, downtown Kensington.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist October 7, 2019
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Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager who has become the face of the climate wars, reminds me of another child I saw dominate international debate: Elian Gonzelez.

September 30, 2019
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During the 1980s, my brother Teddy was a volunteer firefighter with our local firehouse.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist September 18, 2019
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Just over a year ago, the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings got under way. They dropped a bomb on American social psychology and created a tectonic divide.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist September 9, 2019
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Last week, I got an email from my friend Chris Casazza, a partner with the immigration firm Solow, Isbell and Palladino in Philadelphia. He reached out to tell me about something that had happened to a former client, and he hoped that I could tell the story.

By Christine Flowers, National Columnist August 28, 2019
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