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History not obliged to make you feel good

June 7, 2016 Dear Snoop Dogg: You could have been honest about it. If you had, I’d still think you wrong as two left shoes, but at least I could give you points for guts. more »»

Hell in 140 characters or less

June 7, 2016 In January of 2007, I joined a new web service that had all sorts of technical problems. It was called Twitte. more »»

‘Clinton to Paint Trump as a Risk to World Order.’

June 6, 2016 Thus did page one of Thursday’s New York Times tee up Hillary Clinton’s big San Diego speech on foreign polic. more »»

Iron Rule of Politics

June 6, 2016 Having worked, as a younger man, in three losing presidential campaigns and having been lucky enough to cover the past 10 presidential campaigns as a journalist, I have been forced to learn a few... more »»

New evidence supporting school choice

June 6, 2016 A groundbreaking new study from the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas provides state of the art data showing the benefits of school choice. more »»

Invest in Chandler

June 6, 2016 Dear Dave, I’m 19 years old, and I’m putting myself through college debt-free. I usually work part time during the semesters, but right now I’m working full tim. more »»

Leave? Remain? Or just have a nice spot of tea?

June 5, 2016 On June 23 of this year every citizen of the United Kingdom, every subject of the Court of St. more »»

Rhubarb anyone?

June 5, 2016 ‘Tis the season for rhubarb. I love rhubarb but it does require lots of sugar so I have found a couple recipes that limit the sugar and one that doesn’t — you choose. Rhubarb Cake 1 c. more »»

Lights, camera ... I have a megaphone

June 5, 2016 Not long ago, in a horrible lapse of judgment, I was charged with being director for a series of “high profile” movies, or at least that’s what I tell all the waitresses at Starbucks. more »»

Pork gets pricey

June 4, 2016 Meat lovers may soon be wishing that they had stocked up on Memorial Day pork specials, as hog prices exploded to a 20-month high this week. more »»

Socialism for the uninformed

June 4, 2016 Socialism sounds great. It has always sounded great. And it will probably always continue to sound grea. more »»

Suckers for Trump need to believe

June 4, 2016 Here is how Donald Trump suckers the little people. What follows is a telling of his methods, not commentary on his lack of scruples. more »»

Hillary on the ropes

June 4, 2016 Late last week, the inspector general of the State Department completed a yearlong investigation into the use by Hillary Clinton of a private email server for all of her official government email as... more »»

In a battle of odors, coffee wins!

June 3, 2016 Dear Heloise: Someone at my workplace stored a box of POWDERED DISHWASHING SOAP in a cupboard with dozens of plastic and paper cups, leaving the cups useless because they smelled so strongly of soa. more »»

The British will choose their destiny

June 3, 2016 LONDON — Sitting on the sun-dappled terrace of the House of Lords, watching the Thames flow, Lord Nigel Lawson explains that the June 23 referendum, which he hopes will withdraw Britain from the... more »»

Trustworthiness remains Hillary Clinton’s Achilles heel

June 3, 2016 WASHINGTON — The long-awaited State Department inspector general’s report on Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server produced no smoking gun. more »»

Be positive when watching your children play sports

June 2, 2016 Q: My wife and I were both varsity athletes in college, and we’re very competitive. Our 6-year-old twins want to start playing soccer this summer. more »»

Hillary’s ‘self-inflicted’ email mess

June 2, 2016 Dana Milbank and Ruth Marcus are both Yale-educated reporters-turned-columnists at The Washington Post. They view the world through the same lens. more »»

Snoop Dogg is right

June 2, 2016 My musical tastes do not include rap and hip-hop, but when Snoop Dogg comments on the “Roots” remake, saying he is tired of movies about slavery and would prefer a series “about the success that... more »»

Cities should have room for everyone

June 1, 2016 Nearly a century ago, in 1920, the Census Bureau caused a ruckus when it announced that, for the first time, a majority of Americans lived in cities — even though its definition of a city included... more »»



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