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Corporations should pay taxes they owe

January 8, 2016 Carl Icahn, noted corporate predator and takeover specialist who made billions of dollars in corporate deals, has recently begun pushing a charitable cause involving a group of people who, through n... more »»

There was time when Americans really were exceptional

January 8, 2016 David Brooks, a New York Times columnist and my valued colleague on PBS’ “NewsHour,” has told of having heard a rebroadcast of “Command Performance,” a radio show that went out to U.S. more »»

When it’s cold outdoors, allergies emerge indoors

January 7, 2016 HANCOCK — Many people who have allergies to pollen may also be sensitive to various irritants found indoors, but for those people there is treatment, according to Dr. Bobby Joseph. more »»

Bettors better than political pundits

January 7, 2016 Want to know who the next president will be? Don’t trust polls or pundits. Pundits have a terrible track record. Last election, Newt Gingrich and Dick Morris forecast a Romney “landslide. more »»

‘Neocon’ term has run its course

January 7, 2016 In interviews and on the stump, Sen. more »»

10 things to know today: Thursday, Jan. 7, 2015

January 7, 2016 By the Associated Press Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. more »»

Dancing close to line of blame

January 6, 2016 Who — or what — should take the blame? The question is in reference to the act of domestic terrorism at a Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs in November. more »»

Lengthly list of some least favorite things from 2015

January 6, 2016 WASHINGTON — So long, 2015, and don’t let the door hit you on the seat of your pants on the way out. On second thought, let it give you a good strong whack. more »»

How racists talk about Tamir Rice

January 5, 2016 A little time has passed since a grand jury in Cleveland refused to indict two white police officers responsible for the November 2014 death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was black. more »»

Mainstream media needs to take stock of biases

January 5, 2016 Taking stock is a tradition observed by Jews at Yom Kippur and others who examine their lives at the end of a year and vow to improve in the new year. more »»

Hillary copies Donald’s tactics

January 4, 2016 WASHINGTON — No controversy in the 2016 presidential campaign has gotten more publicity than Donald Trump’s claim that “thousands” of people in New Jersey cheered after watching the Twin Towers... more »»

At expense of victory, GOP determined to send message

January 4, 2016 About 15 years ago, on Christmas Eve, our family departed from the traditional American Jewish observance of the holiday (ordering Chinese takeout) and elected to find an open restauran. more »»

Lessons from founding fathers show how we got here

January 2, 2016 The United States of America was not created on a hot summer’s day in 1776. more »»

Introduction to Copper Country Intermediate School District

January 2, 2016 Although most people have likely heard of the Copper Country Intermediate School District (CCISD), many may not know what this organization does. more »»

2015 was good year to be alive

January 2, 2016 Terrorism! Crime! Deadly storms! Hillary Clinton! We reporters focus on bad news, but at year’s end, let’s remember what went right. more »»

High court grapples, once again, with redistricting

January 2, 2016 Fifty-one years ago the Supreme Court handed down its one-person-one-vote decision, requiring that within each state congressional and legislative districts must have equal populations. more »»

Remembering 2015: A Year to Forget

December 31, 2015 How shall we remember 2015? Or shall we try to forget it? It is always hard to know when a turning point has been reached, and usually it is long afterward before we recognize it. more »»

Populism from unlikely candidates

December 31, 2015 Populism is typically born in places like Nebraska, Louisiana, Kansas and the other places given short shrift in that famous Saul Steinberg New Yorker cartoon showing the view of the world from Nint... more »»

Off we go, into new year, to do better

December 29, 2015 After a certain age, favorite holiday memories tend to meld into tales too good to be true. This is human nature. We want to believe we’re better than the evidence suggests. more »»

Republicans surrender to ‘dark side’ without duel

December 29, 2015 Since nearly everyone else seems to be employing “Star Wars” metaphors these days, permit me to use some of my ow. more »»

 
 

 

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