Nathan Thornburgh

Senior Editor, Time Magazine

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Senior editor at Time magazine

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Arizonans are divided about the direction of their state.  Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords  and the late federal Judge John Roll were both gun owners who opposed  gun control .

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Arizonans are divided about the direction of their state. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the late federal Judge John Roll were both gun owners who opposed gun control .

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Topping off last night's hour of prime time at the  Republican National Convention  was Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, now an Independent, but who just eight years ago was the…

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Topping off last night's hour of prime time at the Republican National Convention was Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, now an Independent, but who just eight years ago was the…

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