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  • Ted Cruz reads Dr. Seuss and Ayn Rand to stall Senate

    What does "Green Eggs and Ham" have in common with Obamacare? Ask Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). A sneakered Cruz took to the Senate floor on Tuesday at 2:40 p.m. Though he appeared to be engaged in an epic filibuster to keep the Senate from making a decision...
  • Wolf protection plan raises hackles in Southwest

    ALBUQUERQUE — In the small, rural community of Reserve, children waiting for the school bus gather inside wooden and mesh cages provided as protection from wolves. Parents consider the "kid cages" a reasonable precaution. Defenders of the wolves...
  • Do you have what it takes to join 'secret' Society?

    Do you have what it takes to join 'secret' Society?
    What if a shadowy organization told you it had been quietly keeping its eye on you and had concluded that you were exactly the sort of person who should be privy to its secrets for wealth and power? What if that organization promised the success and...
  • Ted Cruz: From Obamacare to 'Star Wars' and 'Green Eggs and Ham'

    WASHINGTON -- Speaking for more than 18 hours, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) was bound to hit upon some familiar points and retread old arguments in his fight to stop spending on the Affordable Care Act. But the sprawling nature of his speech, intermittently...
  • Paul Greenberg: Where we are now

    A real crisis was looming, not the kind that today's headline-writers regularly invoke, and so devalue. ("Red Sox Face Pitching Crisis") No, this was a real crisis -- the Crisis of the House Divided, when the Union was about to be riven by the one issue...
  • Robert B. Reich: To serve society

    The 19 firefighters who died battling a huge wildfire near Prescott, Ariz., presumably were motivated by something other than rational self-interest. Like the first responders to 9/11 and other emergencies, and members of the armed forces, those...
  • Cocktail recipe: Hudson's Fountainhead worth a little reflection

    Cocktail recipe: Hudson's Fountainhead worth a little reflection
    Whether you're a fan of Ayn Rand or not, the three axioms of her objectivist philosophy (existence, consciousness and identity) can be put to the test in this independent-minded drink from the Hudson called Fountainhead. If your existence becomes too...
  • Yale Repertory Theatre Presents Engaging But Unfocused 'Owners'

    Yale Repertory Theatre Presents Engaging But Unfocused 'Owners'
    The show: "Owners" at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven What makes it special?: Early full length play by British playwright Caryl Churchill First impressions: The political, social and gender-charged themes and daring imagination that make...
  • Is selfishness the solution to our country's problems?

    We've got problems. Our economy has stagnated; unemployment is high; we have an almost inconceivable amount of national debt; and our elected officials are fighting among themselves. What we need are some good solutions. What's to blame for this mess?...
  • Super PAC era links back to early James Burnham

    PARIS -- At a time when corporate America is exploring and exploiting its new Supreme-Court-bestowed role in the management of American election results, an earlier transformation in the composition and political role of American business leadership...
  • Catholicism and the GOP: An awkward tango

    PARIS -- A novel aspect of the Republican campaign for the party's presidential nomination has been the importance placed by some candidates, their admirers and some voters on the Catholic religion and certain claims to formal academic certification or...
  • 'On Such a Full Sea' a cautionary tale of the future

    'On Such a Full Sea' a cautionary tale of the future
    I've never been a fan of grand hyperbolic declarations in book reviews, but faced with "On Such a Full Sea," I have no choice but to ask: Who is a greater novelist than Chang-rae Lee today? His new, his fifth — where have you been? — book...