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The Last Pitcher Show: What happens when Dewey Be...
One a.m., Dewey Beach. The bar crowd surges onto the streets, hundreds of them, a parade of lacrosse jerseys and jean skirts, all in varying shades of drunk. Taxis and pedi-cabs cruise the highway...
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The Party Faithful
Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett, who are running for the Knesset in the Jewish Home Party. Bennett says, “There will never be a peace plan with the Palestinians.” Photograph by Michal Chelbin. At a...
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Throwback: using a black powder replica
If you’ve never shot black powder guns before you ought to give it a try. It transports you back in time as you pour the powder down the barrel, drop the lead ball or shot in and tamp it down with a...
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North and South
MLB.Com Hall Of Fame Video Is Freaky, Wonderful
Part “Forrest Gump”, part “Night at the Museum”, this MLB.com Baseball Hall of Fame promotion video (the 2014 Induction Ceremony is happening right now) is all kinds of wonderful and bizarre. Stop...
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Night at the Museum
Letters to the editor
DEAR EDITOR: Forty-eight years ago, I became so frustrated and discouraged by the opinions voiced so loudly on Kent State University's campus, and covered so extensively in the media, that I left...
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Norman Chad plays the ‘Mt. Rushmore’ game
Norman Chad plays the ‘Mt. Rushmore’ game Mount Rushmore, located in South DakotaÕs Black Hills, is a national memorial open daily. Earlier this year, LeBron James told NBA TV that the NBA’s ‘‘Mount...
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National Basketball Association
No value in second-guessing
Dear Editor, This in response to the letter "Police investigation should be completed" submitted by L. Ernie Foucault that appeared in the Saturday issue of your newspaper, dated July 19. First,...
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Pennsylvania State Police
Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies
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Obama lacks passion on international issues
In the wake of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, Obama has been the nation's forensic investigator-in-chief. He has summoned all the moral authority of his office to call for the...
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San Antonio Express-News
Minot Daily News
Useful Idiots and the Something For Nothing Socie...
Useful Idiots and the Something For Nothing Society - Part 1 of 3 This week’s TedBits is as important a commentary as any I have ever written in my 10+ years writing Austrian analysis of the...
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The 44 sexiest presidents: A complete ranking
May the best man win! (Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) Ever since the embargoed Warren G. Harding letters to his mistress, Carrie Phillips, surfaced, my world has been plunged into chaos. Everything I...
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Declare Your Introversion And Other Tips To Lead ...
This is part two of Doug Conant’s Lead Positive profile. Click here to read part one of the interview in which he discusses the life-changing experiences that shaped his philosophy of how he wants to...
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When Extremism Goes Mainstream
Representative Steve King of Iowa (Larry Downing/Reuters) The most interesting, and important, dynamic in American politics today is the existential struggle going on in the Republican Party between...
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It’s what the world needs now
... the world needs now is love, sweet love. That's the only thing that there's just too little of..." Did we ever need that "love sweet love" any more than right now in this diplomatically...
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“The Ted Cruz of his day”: How Robert La Follette...
The gap between the rich and the rest is better described as a canyon, and it’s only getting worse. The economy no longer delivers for the average worker, having been rigged to benefit entrenched,...
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Segway Tour of Washington: They're Just Not That ...
Segs in the City: They’re Just Not That Into You There are things worse than being small, electric and self-balancing in Washington. Such as: Being small, electric and self-balancing and having your...
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
U.S. Court of Appeals
"One small step" into history, 45 years later
... minutes 16 seconds ago by CBS NEWS"One small step" into history, 45 years later Flying 69 miles above the far side of the moon, out of contact with Earth and a world-wide audience holding its...
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July 20 Letters: First Amendment, Navy cruisers
Use your rights Thank you for the editorial on July 15, "Sound the alarm." You are right on point. [Declining understanding of the First Amendment] is due to a lack of education in our school...
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Chess by Shelby Lyman
The idea of sports as a form of manly empowerment is an old one.
, a future American president of Rough Riders fame, declared in “Professionalism in Sports” (1890) that “There is a...
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Do Republicans want to repeal Democrats' disastro...
Washington Examiner columnist David Limbaugh had a column Thursday that deserves careful and thoughtful reading, especially by those to whom it is mainly addressed. "I would wager that many of my...
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The legacy of a Los Lunas native
... a coin...
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