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“Colorado Shooter: Insane or Just Plain Evil?” by , Jul 25, 2012 4:45 AM EDT

Is “Just Plain Evil” a legal definition? Is it a helpful definition? Or were the editors of “The Daily Beast” trying to make a theological point when they created the headline for Shapiro and Pelisek’s article on the legal strategies to be employed in the trial of James Holmes?

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We live in a frightening world. Everywhere we look there is uncertainty, turmoil, chaos, and confusion. It is easy to feel paralyzed by our fears. It is tempting to work ourselves into a frenzy trying to control all the forces of life that seem so threatening in the vain hope that we will never have to feel frightened again.
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Even in normally sedate, respectful Japan, it took barely five days for the finger pointing and accusations of failure in leadership to begin.
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The main character in the second half of Irene Nemirovsky’s novel Suite Francaiseis a young French woman named Lucile. She lives with her mother-in-law, Madame Angellier, in a large house in a farming village outside Paris. It is 1941, Lucile’s husband is away fighting the Germans who have occupied France.

Life becomes complicated for Lucile and her mother-in-law when a German officer is billeted in their home. Madame Angellier is deeply suspicious and resentful of her daughter-in-law’s growing relationship with the enemy officer living in her house. The relationship between Lucile and Madame Angellier becomes increasingly strained throughout the second half of the book.
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