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Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Dick Locher, 83, has put the stopper in the ink bottle for the last time after more than 40 years of capturing modern life through political cartooning. He recently announced his retirement. Dick's career as...
There is no way to make up for decades of discrimination that crippled the proud history of black farm ownership. But we can do our best to move forward. In 1999 the U.S. Department of Agriculture agreed to settle the civil rights lawsuit Pigford v...
What is it about presidents' second terms that makes them seem so scandal-ridden? Simple: The iron law of longevity. All governments make mistakes, and all governments try to hide those mistakes. But the longer an administration is in office, the more...
Time to let you guys sound off about taxes, guns, my weekend at sex camp and more. I wish I had been invited to go along ["My weekend at sex camp"]. You are one of the funniest people on the planet. Sister Ann Kendrick Sister, not only does that...
Years before he became Bethlehem's youngest city councilman, J. William Reynolds found his inspiration in music. A Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan fan, Reynolds first learned to play the clarinet, and then picked up the guitar at Moravian College,...
Responding to Seth Rosenfeld's May 10 Op-Ed article linking then-California Gov. Ronald Reagan's harsh condemnation of student protests in the 1960s to the eventual decline of the University of California system, reader Bruce Bates wrote in a letter...
The Baltimore SunThe public appetite for trivial distraction has always extended to our chief executives. I remember the minor uproar when Lyndon Johnson lifted a beagle by the ears. There was extensive commentary on Richard Nixon's taste for cottage cheese and ketchup....
At his confirmation hearings for the position of chief justice of the United States, John G. Roberts Jr. parried skeptics with a reassuring metaphor: "Judges are like umpires," he memorably testified. "Umpires don't make the rules, they apply them. The...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesThe Hero Complex Film Festival kicked off Friday evening with a 25th anniversary screening of “They Live,” a 35th anniversary […]...
Four times as many people are potentially eligible for legal residency under a current bill proposing mass legalization. The specifics of the current proposal are different from President Ronald Reagan’s in 1986. Join us at 9 a.m. as we discuss...
Tags: Politics, Migration, Immigration
Today is Sunday, May 19, the 139th day of 2013. There are 226 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On May 19, 1943, in his second wartime address to the U.S. Congress, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill pledged his country's...
Tags: G8, Politics, Primaries, National Parks, Crime, Law and Justice
In 1986, lawmakers decided the problem of illegal immigration had to be dealt with. More than 3 million people were living in the United States after crossing the border illegally or overstaying their visas. A new law signed by President Ronald Reagan...
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