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Religion in public life

Does religion have a place in public life?

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The Current "The Management of Savagery" gives insight into ISIS' strategy - March 2, 2014 Mar 2, 2015 | 22:00Many trying to understand ISIS' motivation are looking to a book written about twelve years ago called "The Management of Savagery". It was written by a man believed to have been in an al-Qaeda operative. Now it appears ISIS is singing from this playbook.
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The Current Mt. Everest guide calls for better working conditions for Sherpas - Feb 27, 2015 Feb 27, 2015 | 25:00It has been nearly a year since 16 Sherpas were killed in a devastating avalanche on Mount Everest. And now, with a new climbing season on the horizon, many Sherpas say the risks they're being asked to take on the trek to the summit are just too high.
The Current - Voters have the right to know politicians personal beliefs - Feb 27, 2015Feb 27, 2015 | 22:00The Current Voters have the right to know politicians personal beliefs - Feb 27, 2015 Audio
The Current Voters have the right to know politicians personal beliefs - Feb 27, 2015 Feb 27, 2015 | 22:00This week, an Ontario politician revealed he doesn't believe in human evolution. It made a lot of people uncomfortable. Today we're asking if some beliefs are different from others and if voters have a right to know about the people who represent us.
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