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  • Welcome to an age of interdependence

    The outcome of November's presidential election will affect the entire world. Yet until the attack on our consulate in Libya, issues of foreign policy and globalization were nearly absent from the political discourse. There was talk at both parties'...
  • How does Goodell save face over refs?

    Save the game instead Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell won't be able to save face over the replacement refs, nor should he. What the NFL owners and referees are haggling over can't be worth the integrity of the game. Whatever it...
  • Will Europe or U.S. win the Ryder Cup?

    Pick, don't bet on U.S. Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune I'll pick the Stars and Stripes. You can justify the pick like this: Even though the Americans have lost four straight on the road, they've won two of their last three in the land of the free....
  • NBA rules changes: Too much or too little?

    Why not review them all? Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel Reviewing goaltending and restricted-area violations in the final two minutes of regulation and all of overtime is merely a start. Foremost, there is no reason not to review all goaltending calls,...
  • Were Penn State sanctions too harsh?

    Double fine, preserve wins Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune The NCAA mostly got it right and should be commended for acting swiftly. I also applaud the NCAA for not caving to the death penalty crowd that wanted blood at the cost of harming tens of...
  • Should IOC honor slain Israeli athletes?

    Silence is golden Shannon Owens Orlando Sentinel These days, silence holds just as much power — and maybe more — in sports than words. Perhaps that is why the International Olympic Committee president dug his feet in the ground against...
  • How many reasons do we need to get out of Afghanistan?

    How many reasons do we need to get out of Afghanistan?
    Once again, the pot has been stirred over press responsibility in wartime, after the Los Angeles Times published two 2010 photographs of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan posing with the bodies and body parts of slain enemy troops. They were printed despite...
  • Which team would be right fit for Guillen?

    A team where he wins Dylan Hernandez Los Angeles Times The Cuban national team? In all seriousness, I don't even know how to answer this question. Only three teams are looking for a manager and one of them is the team that fired Guillen. It's...
  • MLB's top surprise, disappointment?

    White Sox and Angels Bill Shaikin Los Angeles Times The White Sox might be the biggest surprise, since management appears to vacillate between keeping an old team together and rebuilding. The Sox won the World Series in 2005, but they have won one...
  • Born this way? Liberals and the pseudo-science of the conservative brain

    Born this way? Liberals and the pseudo-science of the conservative brain
    "They do that because they were born that way." If you say that about homosexuals, you are tolerant and realistic. If you say it about blacks, you are racist (unless you're black yourself). If you say it about women, you may or may not be sexist,...
  • Who will have better 1st year: Luck, RG3?

    RG3 has better support Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Robert Griffin III will have a better rookie season because he'll be surrounded by a better supporting cast. The Redskins have a better-than-respectable defense, and an offense that's primed to...
  • Testimony at Johns Edwards trial recalls The Politician

    Testimony at Johns Edwards trial recalls The Politician
    A storm of recriminations and denials followed the publication of "The Politician," but the testimony inJohn Edwards' criminal trial reads like the book's key chapters. The former senator from North Carolina is accused of accepting more than $900,000...