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The good book is filled with stories of the Chosen turning away from the righteous path, only to be set back on the straight and narrow by any number of events. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that, from time to time, a particular...
The Baltimore SunPresident Barack Obama came out swinging Tuesday night in the town hall debate with Mitt Romney, and while he didn't land any pure knockdown punches, his base is sure to be encouraged by seeing a a president on TV who once again seemed engaged in the...
The Baltimore SunTwo weeks ago, the conventional wisdom was that televised presidential debates weren’t going to matter much this year. Then a TV debate took place in Denver on Oct. 3, and we are still talking about Big Bird being threatened, moderator Jim Lehrer...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Oranges, Undecided Voters, Justice System, Judges
This is a story about recycling, and how everything is politically charged this election season. My husband carried our newspapers — which, by the way, he believes are hopelessly in the bag for President Barack Obama — to the curb the night...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Feminism, Family, Newspaper and Magazine, Marriage
Everyone knows that the United States is in a terrible business slump, and there's no shortage of opinions about it and solutions for it — but there hasn't been much in the way of notable improvement. So we have been looking deeply into the...
"There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, any time." -- Calvin Coolidge, responding to the 1919 Boston police strike This oft-quoted line from the then-governor of Massachusetts might be updated to include "the public...
Orange County RegisterJim Clifton has spent decades pondering why business succeeds or fails. A 40-year employee of Gallup Inc., the public opinion research and consulting company, Clifton has spent the past 25 years as its CEO. Under his leadership, Gallup has expanded from a...
The Record, Stockton, Calif.May has served as a gateway to summer with the 90-degree temperatures a harbinger of what will surely come in June, July and August. It is a month when the Stockton Bicycle Club, of which I am a member, moves the start time of its club rides to 8 a.m.,...
Charleston Daily Mail, W.Va.Joe Manchin used a senatorial recess to assure news outlets throughout West Virginia that he is going to give gun control another try. Why? Only 4 percent of Americans think guns and gun control are the No.1 problem the nation faces, according to a...
Seattle TimesGood data can make for good decisions and policies as long as our various biases don't get in the way. Results of a Gallup Poll last week indicated Washington was the 11th most stressed-out state. That seems like something we might want to address,...
Even U.S. Supreme Court justices care what people think about them, experts say. In their current same-sex marriage cases they fear a big public backlash if they overreach. But history shows such fears to be greatly exaggerated when a controversial...
Change of SubjectWednesday's print column I can’t predict how the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on the gay marriage cases being argued before them this week, but I can assure you of one thing: As far as issues go,......
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