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Silly denials of Islamic terrorism

February 26, 2015 “Could this argument be any dumber?” That’s how I began a column over a month ago in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks. more »»

Vaccinations shouldn’t be optional

February 23, 2015 Vaccination is the hot topic right now. Everyone, qualified or not, is weighing in on the vaccination debate — professional organizations, physician experts, TV personalities and even politicia. more »»

Fuel for schools to climb the ladder

February 21, 2015 With Pennsylvania’s support for schools submerged at a disgraceful 45th in the nation, the commonwealth has no choice but to increase education funding. Voters said as much in November. more »»

There are no gatekeepers on Wikipedia

February 21, 2015 For years, people assumed encyclopedias had to be created by professionals. Then Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales attempted to create an encyclopedia without central planners. more »»

Time for Hillary to hit the road

February 21, 2015 In my wildest dreams, I would never suggest campaign strategy to Hillary Clinton, but in my wakeful hours, my temples pulse with ideas. more »»

Simon’s sudden death hits home

February 19, 2015 I heard the tragic news last week — on Feb. 12 — that my friend, Bob Simon, CBS News correspondent, was killed in a two-car accident on the west side of New York City. more »»

Our 911 system needs help

February 19, 2015 Each day across this country, lives are saved because a dedicated 911 operator dispatched emergency personnel to help a panicked person. more »»

Olympic pose of Vox Obama

February 18, 2015 The world will little note, nor long remember, the interview the liberal “explanatory” news site Vox conducted with President Barack Obama. more »»

Federal budget goes on autopilot

February 12, 2015 President Obama’s proposed federal budget for 2016 envisions never-ending growth of federal spending. more »»

Grandma scamming industry

February 12, 2015 Ruth is a retired schoolteacher living in Indianapolis. She’s led an exciting and rewarding life as a wife and mother. more »»

Mixed Papel blessing

February 11, 2015 When the Gallup poll last asked, Pope Francis was rated favorably by 76 percent of Americans (including 78 percent of Protestants and 73 percent of those with no religious affiliation) and... more »»

‘Sniper’ makes a logical argument

February 11, 2015 Where is Chris Kyle when you need him? The late hero of the movie “American Sniper” made no apology for killing as many members of al-Qaida in Iraq, the precursor of ISIS, as he could get in his... more »»

A mother’s child rearing is personal

February 10, 2015 In the early ’90s, I used to perm my hair into spring coils and wore padded shoulders that gave me the wingspan of a whooper swan, but I thought my biggest problem was my 5-year-old daughter’s... more »»

Welcome to the parasite economy

February 10, 2015 Politicians and lawyers pretend that they are important people doing important work. But often they’re important because they are parasites. more »»

Lines drawn: ‘Gen. Market’ vs. Putin

February 6, 2015 Last year, noted President Obama in his recent State of the Union address, his critics were saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggressive moves into neighboring Ukraine were “a masterful... more »»

Lines drawn: ‘Gen. Market’ vs. Putin

February 6, 2015 Last year, noted President Obama in his recent State of the Union address, his critics were saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggressive moves into neighboring Ukraine were “a masterful... more »»

Black education needs direction

February 6, 2015 New York’s schools are the most segregated in the nation, and the state needs remedies right away. That was Chancellor Merryl H. Tisch’s message to New York’s governor and Legislatur. more »»

Obama’s speech deflects

February 3, 2015 As a young Illinois state senator at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, he delivered a memorable keynote address, which, almost overnight, vaulted him into presidential consideratio. more »»

Here’s a(nother) great snow job

February 3, 2015 The network meteorologists barely had time to come up for air while “forecasting” the latest snowstorm non-disaster. more »»

US rail travel should follow Europe’s lead

February 2, 2015 186 miles per hour. In a train. more »»

 
 
 

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