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Fall of Leadership Symptomatic of Moral Rot
It was heartbreaking to learn that U.S. Rep. Trey Radel, a Tea Party favorite, was in a courtroom last Wednesday answering to a misdemeanor charge for cocaine possession. Radel had been arrested as a...
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Thai Capital Plagued By the Biggest Anti-Governme...
More than 100,000 protesters congregated at Democracy Monument in Bangkok yesterday to protest Thai PM Yingluck Shiniwatra’s consideration of an amnesty bill to pardon her banned brother Thaksin...
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Wishful Thinking Can't Hold Obamacare Together
The Obamacare story is as much a political story, and a media story, as it is a policy story. If people think that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act won’t work, then it probably won’t;...
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Lesson Is Seen in Failure of 1989 Law on Medicare
But not for long. The supplemental premium quickly became an issue as more affluent Medicare beneficiaries got wind of it. Many of those retirees already had some semblance of the new coverage and...
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Book review: "Tip and the Gipper" by Chris Matthe...
During tense budget negotiations at the White House in 1982, President Ronald Reagan and House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill were spotted off to the side, heads together, whispering. Aides wondered what...
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