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  • In wake of scandal, Christie blames all but himself

    What kind of politician is Chris Christie? If you buy Christie's explanation at a press conference Wednesday, the New Jersey governor is a victim. He is the victim of a scheming, lying aide and a scheming, lying old high school friend he appointed to the...
  • What gun control advocates should and shouldn't learn from a recall defeat

    In Colorado, the gun lobby has taken its revenge. The NRA and other pressure groups financed and helped organize the first recall campaigns allowed under Colorado law to take out two key Democratic state senators, John Morse -- the upper chamber's...
  • Global migration can't be halted, so let's concentrate on managing it

    Name the country whose highest court recently declared it unconstitutional for authorities to continuing jailing illegal migrants for automatic three-year terms. It's Israel. The Jewish state has long struggled with immigrants from Africa who enter...
  • Managing Migration Vital To All Nations

    Name the country whose highest court recently declared it unconstitutional for authorities to continue jailing illegal migrants for automatic three-year terms. It's Israel. The Jewish state has long struggled with immigrants from Africa who enter...
  • End of the line for the Maricopa martinet?

    In the end, it may be children that finally rid Arizona of the bullying tactics of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. The adults there certainly haven't been able to do it. Many regard the longtime sheriff of Maricopa County as a disgrace to the badge he wears. Others,...
  • Looking for Mr. Right

    Dear Rick, Congratulations on your recent success in Iowa. Your "true conservative" message sure seems to have struck a cord with the caucus-goers. While I'm not sure how well it will go over in the general election, it's certainly worth a shot. Keep...
  • Our challenge for 2012: Get Americans working

    2011 will be remembered as the year Americans woke up to the harm that growing disparities in wealth and income have done to our society and our economy. For decades, the rich have claimed a far larger share of the nation's bounty than the rest of us,...
  • The Great Contrarian

    Does Ron Paul matter? The Texas congressman doesn't have a chance of winning the GOP presidential nomination. In fact, it's looking like no one does against Mitt Romney. Yet Paul seems to be enjoying a certain momentum. The contrarian libertarian placed...
  • Get ready for 'Son of Citizens United'

    The conservative Roberts court may soon take another step in rolling back longstanding limits on the corrupting influence of money in politics. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments October 8 for McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. The case...
  • America's poor education achievement is a policy choice

    Tired of bemoaning the deplorable rankings of American students when their test scores are compared to their peers in other developed countries? Lighten up and look in the mirror. It seems the problem begins a generation back, if not two or three. If...
  • Student loan bill a symptom of our education malaise

    For generations, there has been a tried and true way for parents to help their children get ahead: investing in their education. Along the way, we learned that the same formula works for society as well. Make public investments in education -- be it...
  • Working for McNuggets no dream for low-wage Americans

    You might have missed this, if you didn't happen to hit the right fast food drive-through on the right day in July, but your neighborhood burger-flippers and assorted labor activists staged one-day strikes in cities across the country. They called for the...