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  • On immigration, ghosts of Christmas past

    On immigration, ghosts of Christmas past
    WASHINGTON -- Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is a gooey confection of seasonal sentiment. It also is an economic manifesto that Dickens hoped would hit with "twenty thousand times the force" of a political tract. It concerned a 19th-century debate...
  • Pantoja defection may signal new GOP Hispanic outreach not going well

    Pantoja defection may signal new GOP Hispanic outreach not going well
    The Republican Party’s new initiatives to salvage and build upon what already had become dwindling Hispanic support is getting battered by undercurrents. In the latest manifestation of Hispanic frustration to recent conservative currents, former...
  • La maldición del segundo término

    Muchos analistas creen que lo que se llama "la maldición de los segundos períodos presidenciales" ya afecta a Barack Obama. Para ellos, la agenda del Presidente en sus últimos cuatro años en la Casa Blanca, impide que su agenda actual pueda discutirse....
  • No poor and huddled need apply

    No poor and huddled need apply
    WASHINGTON -- Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint prefaced his condemnation of immigration legislation Monday with the same form of inoculation conservatives often use on such occasions: He quoted Emma Lazarus. "There's a statement at the bottom of...
  • Are Hispanics inferior? Conservative scholar thinks so

    Jason Richwine is a type in American politics. He holds a doctorate from Harvard. He writes studies, appears at conservative conferences in suit and tie, and expounds the same old nonsense about immigrants that we've been hearing since the Know...
  • Scholar's Bias Against Hispanics Dangerous

    Jason Richwine is a type in American politics. He holds a doctorate from Harvard. He writes studies, appears at conservative conferences in suit and tie, and expounds the same old nonsense about immigrants that we've been hearing since the Know Nothings...
  • IUSB employees urge purchase of former natatorium

    IUSB employees urge purchase of former natatorium
    SOUTH BEND -- Some Indiana University South Bend employees are urging Chancellor Una Mae Reck to seek the purchase of the city's former natatorium, which houses IUSB's Civil Rights Heritage Center. The university currently leases the historic building at...
  • Brendon Ayanbadejo on 2 Sunday shows; Warren Buffett on 'This Week'

    Brendon Ayanbadejo on 2 Sunday shows; Warren Buffett on 'This Week'
    The Sunday morning topics and guests: Gay rights supporter Brendon Ayanbadejo of the Baltimore Ravens will be a guest on "Meet the Press" and "Face the Nation." He will discuss the meaning of NBA player Jason Collins' coming out. NBC's "Meet the...
  • Herman Bank dies at 96; engineer designed collapsible surfboard

    Herman Bank dies at 96; engineer designed collapsible surfboard
    As one of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory "rocket boys," engineer Herman Bank had already helped launch the Space Age when wobbly surfboards strapped atop his station wagon in the early 1960s led him to another design frontier. After securing his cargo...
  • Where is Seabiscuit buried?

    Make no bones about it. The location of Seabiscuit's burial is an issue. Friday and Saturday, as many as 100,000 horse racing fans will gather at Santa Anita to watch the Breeders' Cup. Some may wander to the paddock, where a bronze statue commemorates...
  • Is the tea party fading?

    Is the tea party fading?
    The sudden departure of South Carolina Republican Jim DeMint from the U.S. Senate has given new life to the idea that the tea party is in decline. DeMint took a job heading the conservative Heritage Foundation, but Democrats and others were quick to point...
  • End game

     
    From Mitt Romney's closing con-game by Michael Tomasky: The stimulus bill was about 38 percent tax cuts. You’d think Republicans might have gone for that. The individual mandate came from the Heritage Foundation. He cut payroll taxes (Republicans...