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2015/01/28 13:57
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Michael Dale Huckabee is just Mike to those of us who have followed and admired him through his finest hours. As when he welcomed the Little Rock Nine to Central High at long last, swinging its doors...
2015/01/28 13:57
2015/01/28 13:57
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2015/01/28 11:25
2015/01/28 11:25
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Much chatter amid even more controversy has met the news that Mitt Romney may be running again for president. Whether he should or shouldn't, whether he will or won't are questions to be answered over...
2015/01/27 15:33
2015/01/27 15:33
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The nation’s foremost preservation organization announced today in Buffalo that it is launching a campaign to save the Chautauqua Amphitheater. The National Trust for Historic Preservation named the...
2015/01/26 14:36
2015/01/26 14:36
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Professor Robert P. George was not happy with my criticism of his article in First Things in which he set forth what he perceives as the limits which are owed papal teaching, in anticipation of Pope...
2015/01/25 07:56
2015/01/25 07:56
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But the center did have Mike Wilson to help it celebrate William McKinley's birth, which occurred 172 years ago on Jan. 29 in Niles. Wilson, dressed in a top coat with tails and with a little makeup...
2015/01/25 03:56
2015/01/25 03:56
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Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, Remarks by David Stockman Committee for the Republic Washington DC January 20, 2015 My humble thesis tonight is that the entire 20th Century was...
2015/01/24 03:53
2015/01/24 03:53
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Adults who find themselves providing care for their older loved ones may want to attend a special workshop at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church, 701 S.W. Topeka...
2015/01/20 07:39
2015/01/20 07:39
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WASHINGTON >> After his third loss, in 1908, as the Democratic presidential nominee, William Jennings Bryan enjoyed telling the story of the drunk who three times tried to enter a private club. After...
2015/01/16 23:52
2015/01/16 23:52
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... I was a civil rights leader, I was a preacher of the Gospel.” So said the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who would have turned 86 on Thursday, Jan. 15, had he lived. The national holiday of...
2015/01/15 10:09
2015/01/15 10:09
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It almost seems as if the world was just waiting for the holidays to be over to roll out any number of really bad ideas, chief among which was news of an Olympic bid for the city of Boston. At least,...
2015/01/13 23:09
2015/01/13 23:09
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Elizabeth Warren today told Fortune magazine that she won’t run for president. If Warren stands by that decision, she’ll do a tremendous disservice to her principles and her party. Warren is the only...
2015/01/13 21:18
2015/01/13 21:18
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Ted Boettner is the executive director of the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy. Visit wvpolicy.org to learn more about the organization. In 1970, former West Virginia Speaker of the House...
2015/01/13 21:09
2015/01/13 21:09
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From left: Mike Segar; Dominick Reuter; Jim Young/Reuters The 2012 election seems so long ago, doesn't it? Michele Bachmann's autism theories, weekly Biden gaffes, Nine-nine-nine ... it's all so...
2015/01/13 12:20
2015/01/13 12:20
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Which puts us in rare political territory. In fact, were Romney to win the presidency in 2016, he would be only the second major-party nominee since the 1800s to lose a presidential race and then come...
2015/01/08 07:47
2015/01/08 07:47
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The passing of Mario Cuomo brought bipartisan tributes appropriate to a rare political figure with a developed inner life. He was Catholic educated, and it showed. How many other politicians grappled...
2015/01/06 14:19
2015/01/06 14:19
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This Dec. 4, 2014, file photo shows former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaking at the Massachusetts Conference for Women in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File) We're still far...
2015/01/06 07:15
2015/01/06 07:15
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Populists must have felt similarly stirred at the Democratic convention in 1896, when William Jennings Bryan declared war on "idle capital." Conservatives still regard a 1964 Ronald Reagan speech, "A...
2015/01/02 17:28
2015/01/02 17:28
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The Democrats who gathered in San Francisco for the 1984 convention had little inkling that they were headed for a 49-state loss in the November election. But it was clearly a tired, dispiriting...
2015/01/02 03:19
2015/01/02 03:19
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Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo kisses his father, Mario Cuomo, as he celebrates after defeating Republican challenger Rob Astorino, at Democratic election headquarters in New York, Tuesday,...
2015/01/28 13:57
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