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Sportscaster Bob Costas, James Carville to speak ...
Sportscaster Bob Costas,
to speak at UTA The series is open to the public with free general admission tickets at utatickets.com. Preferred packages are about $50 per event, season...
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The Obama Doctrine: Inarticulate or disengaged?
Edgartown, Massachusetts (CNN) -- It sounds like advice offered by parents to teenagers on prom night: Don't do stupid stuff. But it also is an important guiding foreign policy principle of the...
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Hillary Rodham Clinton
The study of government, like the government itself, is in a tight spot. In 2009, during a vote on a House appropriations bill, Tom Coburn, a Republican senator from Oklahoma, tried to abolish the...
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James Carville should run for governor as alterna...
The long and short of it is that I urge
to carry the Democratic Party banner into Louisiana’s next governor’s race. I am a lone voter, a registered Democrat with no connections and no...
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Sunday Interview: 'I've been truly blessed and I ...
Calvin Smyre has been in the Georgia General Assembly 40 years, the longest serving legislator in the state. He has forged a path to powerful leadership positions on the local, state and national...
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Jerald Hawkins ready for LSU's O-line to be front...
BATON ROUGE — On paper, if LSU is going to contend for the Southeastern Conference and national championships this season, everything will likely start with the offensive line and the running...
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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
GOP Shouldn't Get Giddy About Senate Control Yet
... Republicans have reason to be happy heading into the midterm elections, with forecasts from respected outlets such as the Cook Political Report and FiveThirtyEight.com pointing toward a GOP takeover...
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the Washington Post
Shaffer: Farewell to my great-grandpa’s house, an...
... In 1990, my father bought a small house in western Pennsylvania, an empty shack covered with sticker bushes and infested with spiders. It had no indoor toilet – just an outhouse. It had water in...
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Library of Congress
As a President's Council member, Perkins is one of the top representatives at Cetera Advisor Networks. Membership allows the opportunity to network and learn from peers along with the recognition...
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National Association of Insurance and Financial
Foreign policy wins points, not votes
Capricious, unstructured and even dangerous: That’s what American political thinker Walter Lippmann once wrote about the public’s views on foreign policy. “The unhappy truth,” he wrote in 1955, “is...
Read more at Calgary Sun
George H. W. Bush
John McTernan: We always knew Ed Balls was bright
In Opposition, the shadow chancellor’s reputation as master of his brief has positively soared, says John McTernan Swagger is what distinguishes the great politicians from the good ones. That sense...
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How The Hill judges beauty
May the debate begin as to whether Meredith Raimondi, a scheduler for Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minn.), is justifiably placed at the last landing spot on The Hill’s annual classic, “50 Most Beautiful.”...
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Inclusive Admissions Yields Opportunity, Rewards
This week the New York Times ran an obituary of one of its own, Kenneth Noble. Noble closed his professional career as a professor of journalism at the University of Southern California and the...
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University of California
University of Southern California
Dowd: A popular president
The thing about him is, he just keeps going. At 67, he continues to be, as Anna Quindlen once wrote, like one of those inflatable toys with sand weighting the bottom — you knock him over and he pops...
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San Antonio Express-News
Hillary Clinton earned $12 million in 16 months s...
Jerry Holt/APHillary Rodham Clinton brought in at least $12 million since leaving the State Department in February 2013. Hillary Clinton has been a $12 million baby since leaving the State...
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Department of State
Clinton remains a popular president
... The thing about him is, he just keeps going. At 67, he continues to be, as Anna Quindlen once wrote, like one of those inflatable toys with sand weighting the bottom – you knock him over and he...
Read more at The Rock Hill Herald
Strangest Mascots in College Basketball
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets While the Yellow Jacket in Georgia Tech's logo is pretty fierce, the mascot looks like some kind of hybrid between a caterpillar and Winnie the Pooh. It'd be one thing if...
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