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2015/01/31 10:33
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Back at the start of the current American football season, the US’s favorite game was on its knees, mired in a series of unprecedented scandals. Last week, the latest edition of a long running survey...
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2015/01/31 03:05
2015/01/31 03:05
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If you wonder how the lethal "group think" on Iraq took shape in 2002, you might want to study what's happening today with Ukraine. A misguided consensus has grabbed hold of Official Washington and...
2015/01/30 22:45
2015/01/30 22:45
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Arkansas Times Recommends is a weekly series in which Times staff members (or whoever happens to be around at the time) highlight things we've been enjoying this week. Three or four different times...
2015/01/30 18:19
2015/01/30 18:19
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This 2008 photo shows a gurney in Huntsville, Tex., where condemned inmates are strapped down to receive a lethal dose of drugs. (Pat Sullivan/Associated Press) In 1970, a psychiatrist for the Texas...
2015/01/30 13:19
2015/01/30 13:19
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U.S. households with average incomes -- the 20 percent taking in between $49,086 and $84,055, to be exact -- would on average see an increase of $7 in their tax bill under President Obama's proposals,...
2015/01/30 11:27
2015/01/30 11:27
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... hate President George W. Bush. There, I said it. I think his policies rank him among the worst presidents in U.S. history…I suspect that, if I got to know him personally, I would hate him even...
2015/01/29 23:05
2015/01/29 23:05
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When political blogs first emerged as a force in the early post-9/11 era, one of their primary targets was celebrity journalists. A whole slew of famous, multi-millionaire, prize-decorated TV hosts...
2015/01/29 21:45
2015/01/29 21:45
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Sam Eifling has a new article in The New Republic about cops engaging in sex with prostitutes to make arrests. It revisits Fort Smith, where questions have been raised about vice cop...
2015/01/29 16:56
2015/01/29 16:56
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Back in December, after the mass resignation of the The New Republic staff and general implosion of the existing magazine, one of the departing editors asked pointed question about the magazine's new,...
2015/01/29 11:39
2015/01/29 11:39
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Just as only the jester can tell the King the truth, satire performs a vital function in democratic society by using humor to broach taboo subjects, especially in times of crisis, according to a book...
2015/01/29 02:03
2015/01/29 02:03
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Who's winning, who's losing, and why. Divide and ConquerWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s divisive message for winning the White House. By the somewhat tamer standards of the Midwest, Scott Walker’s...
2015/01/29 00:19
2015/01/29 00:19
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Andrew Sullivan, editor of The Dish, right, takes part in a discussion with financial journalist Michael Lewis in the Newsmaker Series of talks at George Washington University on April 4, 2014. (T.J....
2015/01/28 21:50
2015/01/28 21:50
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In a characteristically personal and highly emotional blog post, Andrew Sullivan of The Dish today announced to his readers, “I’ve decided to stop blogging in the near future.” In saying goodbye,...
2015/01/27 13:45
2015/01/27 13:45
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How the language police are perverting liberalism. Photographs by Bobby Doherty Around 2 a.m. on December 12, four students approached the apartment of Omar Mahmood, a Muslim student at the...
2015/01/26 17:45
2015/01/26 17:45
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Here from The New Republic is a good news/bad news kind of report about Arkansas. It takes less annual income to be in the top 1 percent in Arkansas than any other state — $228,000. So elitism is...
2015/01/26 03:42
2015/01/26 03:42
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... Minutes” on Sunday night pulled off a minor coup: The newsmagazine hosted House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in their first joint interview since Republicans won...
2015/01/25 15:36
2015/01/25 15:36
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Fr. Richard McBrien, who as a scholar brought distinction to a university theology department and who as an author and often-interviewed popular expert explained the Catholic church to the wider...
2015/01/25 06:53
2015/01/25 06:53
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If you're wondering why issues favored by a majority of Americans such as raising the minimum wage, gun control and net neutrality get scarcely any attention in the halls of Congress, the Citizens...
2015/01/24 17:17
2015/01/24 17:17
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Girl dies because Canadian government let parents pursue alternative treatment Last week a little girl from Ontario died because the Canadian government decided to let her parents treat her cancer...
2015/01/24 13:09
2015/01/24 13:09
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Yesterday The Economist chose Zanny Minton Beddoes to be the first female editor-in-chief in its 171-year history. “About time,” you might say. Still, Minton Beddoes was the only woman among the 13...
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