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Disagree with kicking the can again

November 2, 2015 Obviously, it would be better for all involved if Rep. Paul Ryan takes office as speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives with the cleanest slate possible before him. Ryan, R-Wi. more »»

Melissa Harris-Perry needs a trip to Hard Work U

November 2, 2015 MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry is the cable TV pioneer who broke the tastelessness barrier for feminists by wearing tampons as earrings on air in 2013. more »»


November 2, 2015 This Halloween, what do you fear? I fear fear itself because when we are afraid, we willingly give away our freedom. more »»

Does Iran’s anti-Semitism run too deep for deterrence?

November 2, 2015 WASHINGTON — Yale historian Timothy Snyder is indebted to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who recently made Snyder’s new book even more newsworthy than his extraordinary scholarship... more »»

Why is no one held accountable?

November 1, 2015 Look under “accountability” in the dictionary and who knows whose pictures you may see? What will not accompany the text is a portrayal of a federal bureaucrat. more »»

Who’s responsible?

November 1, 2015 Hillary Clinton told a mixed audience, “I mean, if we’re honest, for a lot of well-meaning, open-minded white people, the sight of a young black man in a hoodie still evokes a twinge of fear. more »»

Hillary escapes again

November 1, 2015 A special House committee investigating the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. more »»

Is the pope toying with heresy?

November 1, 2015 Are Catholic truths immutable? Or can they change with the changing times? This is the deeper question behind the issues that convulsed the three-week synod on the family of the 250 Catholic... more »»

Hillary’s ‘victory lap’ of lies

November 1, 2015 To hear the media tell it, Hillary Clinton came to Capitol Hill as a bullfighter and easily killed the angry bulls of the House Benghazi committee. more »»

Adults the bottom line on safety

October 31, 2015 Youngsters decked out as everything from princesses to zombies will be ringing doorbells throughout the our area during the next few evenings, primed to yell “trick or treat” when someone opens the... more »»

Hillary: It’s the sexism, stupid

October 31, 2015 It was inevitable that Bernie Sanders would be accused of sexism sooner or later. His day came over the weekend. more »»

Why family structure is so important

October 31, 2015 It’s been a good month for champions of the traditional family, but don’t expect the family wars to be ending any time soo. more »»

The political reality of fantasy sports

October 31, 2015 WASHINGTON — Americans have been betting on sports since the first time a Puritan pilgrim boasted that his horse was the fastest in Massachusetts Bay Colony and another said, “Wanna bet?” But... more »»

Separate wheat from chaff

October 30, 2015 The tried-and-failed liberal approach of throwing money at the nation’s challenges has never worked — and never will. more »»

Why Republican voters are not acting like the GOP

October 30, 2015 In the important matter of choosing their parties’ presidential nominees, Republicans and Democrats have behaved entirely differently. more »»

Jeb’s fight club

October 30, 2015 WASHINGTON — When all else is failing, reinvent yourself. This is the new strategy of Jeb Bush’s campaign. He’s not going to be so nice anymore. more »»

Learning more about Hillary 2.0

October 30, 2015 Many people may share Senator Bernie Sanders’ complaint that he was tired of hearing about Hillary Clinton’s e-mails. But the controversy is about issues far bigger than e-mails. more »»

The buck stopped with Clinton

October 29, 2015 No one reacted with a sense of alarm and protectiveness to repeated pleas for help from U.S. diplomatic personnel in Benghazi, Libya during the months before Sept. 11, 2012. more »»

Cities losing people, not brains

October 29, 2015 The population of New Orleans fell 7.3 percent after Hurricane Katrina, but guess what. NOLA now has 40,000 more college graduates than before the disaster. more »»

North Dakota loves boards, councils and commissions

October 29, 2015 According to the Boston Globe, Massachusetts is beset with an excess number of unnecessary state boards and legislators are considering creating a sunset advisory board to abolish boards that have... more »»



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