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No The United Nations isn't the answer. And the real question isn't about who will pick up the regime-toppling, nation-building role that the U.S. has adopted – the real question is whether this role needs to exist at all. Infinite overseas...
Tags: Arts and Culture, United Nations, Culture, Al-Qaeda
WASHINGTON - "The worst-case scenario for us," a leading anti-budget-cuts lobbyist told The Washington Post, "is the sequester hits and nothing bad really happens." Think about that. Worst case? That a government drowning in debt should cut back by 2.2...
Tags: Government, Culture, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, U.S. Senate
WASHINGTON -- "The worst-case scenario for us," a leading anti-budget-cuts lobbyist told The Washington Post, "is the sequester hits and nothing bad really happens." Think about that. Worst case? That a government drowning in debt should cut back by 2.2...
Tags: Government, Barack Obama, Culture, Bill Clinton, U.S. Senate
One of the great things about American politics is its capacity for punishing hubris. For the ancient Greeks, hubris didn't merely describe god-like arrogance. It was a crime, usually defined as taking too much pleasure in the humiliation of your foes....
WASHINGTON -- Politics becomes amusing when liberalism becomes theatrical with high-minded gestures. Chicago's government, which is not normally known for elevated thinking, is feeling so morally upright and financially flush that it proposes to rise...
The Most Interesting Man in the World isn't that old dude trying to sell us imported beer. It's Mike Tyson. You can label him so many things: Entertaining, introspective, vile, manipulative, exploited, cruel, kind, soft-spoken, and crass. By far,...
WASHINGTON -- Republicans shouldn't worry that President Obama is trying to destroy the GOP. Why would he bother? The party's leaders are doing a pretty good job of it themselves. As they try to understand why the party lost an election it was confident...
The comedian Lewis Black does a comedy bit on water that should resonate with every baby boomer. When we were kids, water was available everywhere and we drank it. We drank it from garden hoses, from fountains, from outside spigots and, in some cases,...
Matt Poorman walked into DeSales' Billera Hall last fall, sat on a chair and watched practice. He repeated it for every practice and every game during the Bulldogs' 2011-12 season. It was torture, but it was all the 6-foot-5 guard from Stroudsburg...
When Brittany Bowe watched the 2010 Winter Olympics on television, she saw several of her old skating friends on the ice in Vancouver such as Chad Hedrick and Heather Richardson. Bowe knew them as in-line speedskaters, champions in the non-Olympic sport...
When Republican Senator Richard Lugar leaves congress next month, he will expand his association with the University of Indianapolis. Friday, the school announced Lugar as a distinguished professor of Political Science and International Relations....
Tags: Arts and Culture, Culture, Richard Lugar, Education
The Hartford Courant— He walked in as a walk-on, he'll walk out as a walk-on. Johnny McEntee started 12 games at quarterback for the UConn football team. He finished the only road victory over a Top 25 opponent in program history. Over five seasons, he also never...
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