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  • Ouch!

     
    In seeming praise of her members, (Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis) quoted John F. Kennedy: “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of the......
  • Regulation or rule of law, Gov. Romney?

     
    There's a line that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney must know well, the one about the vast difference between campaigning and governing. He's in ''campaigning'' mode now. In a speech at the University of Chicago on Monday, the Republican...
  • TV This Week for August 7th - 13th

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Aug. 7 - 13 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Aug. 7 - 13 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Rx for the GOP: You should own universal healthcare

     
    GOP should embrace universal healthcare....
  • Weekly remarks: GOP's John Hoeven says trade pacts would spur new jobs; Obama salutes Father's Day

     
    Republican says Obama holding up trade pact ratification; Obama says unconditional love is important to children....
  • Gifts with a Presidents' Day twist: Political poker face

     
    Can’t read my p-p-p poker face, as Gaga would say. For good reason, there’s a very long and storied tradition of poker-playing in the White House — this game’s the ultimate presidential favorite, hands down. Barack Obama is known...
  • Gifts with a Presidents Day Twist: White House pet project

     
    It’s one thing to have a First Dog and/or First Cat who signs paw-stamped autographs, makes an occasional television appearance and pens a book or two (a la Millie, President George H.W. Bush's springer spaniel). But it’s something else...
  • Warren Christopher and Barry Goldwater: Two of a kind, in one special way

     
    Nearly a year and a half ago I had occasion to interview Warren Christopher for my Q&A column "Patt Morrison Asks." As I thought about our conversation now, with the news of Christopher’s death, I found it curious that he......
  • The conversation: Why it's important to remember the Triangle fire

     
    On the 100th anniversary of the Triangle fire that killed 146 garment workers -- mostly young Jewish and Italian women and girls -- laboring in sweatshop conditions, we are reminded why it's so important to pay tribute to their tragedy.......
  • Stop the March to Madness: Blow up the NCAA

     
    Blow up the NCAA. It has outlived its usefulness. It was established with good intentions way back when in March of 1906 to set rules for amateur athletic sports in the United States. The impetus for the formation of the group _ first called the...
  • Tucson shootings: Mental illness, not rhetoric, at root of more political assassinations historically

     
    Gabrielle Giffords, a Democratic representative, is among the wounded in the Tucson shootings....
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park's elk-reduction effort at halfway mark

     
    The elk-reduction effort in Theodore Roosevelt National Park has reached the halfway mark of its 12-week season. To date, 200 elk have been removed from the North Dakota park. The goal by the time the program is finished on Jan.......