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Elite colleges pander to wealthy elite

September 19, 2015 After heavy lobbying from some of the nation’s most elite institutions of higher education, the president has just abandoned his effort to rank the nation’s 7,000 colleges and universities. more »»

Obama has transformed US politics, for the worse

September 19, 2015 In this presidential election cycle, voters in both parties, to the surprise of the punditocracy, are rejecting experienced political leaders. more »»

Anyone can, most shouldn’t be president

September 18, 2015 Once upon a time in a twinkling city on a hill, little boys and girls were taught that anyone could grow up to become president. more »»

Make border more secure by giving up war on drugs

September 18, 2015 How many wars can we fight? Our presidential candidates demand “stronger action” against both illegal immigration and illegal drugs. But those goals conflict. more »»

Mike Mansfield: giant who stayed behind scene

September 18, 2015 William McGurn is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal who, according to his company bio, “writes speeches for CEO Rupert Murdoch. Previously he served as chief speechwriter for President George W. more »»

Some say they weren’t warned about wildfires

September 18, 2015 MIDDLETOWN, Calif. — Two men died after rejecting orders to evacuate. Two others were killed after declining pleas by friends and family to leave. more »»

Blame game in ‘Baby Doe’ caseBOSTON (AP) — A mother and her boyfriend are “blaming each other” for the death of a little girl who was found dead inside a trash bag on a Boston Harbor beach this summer, a state official said Friday, after a monthslong camp

September 18, 2015 BOSTON (AP) — A mother and her boyfriend are “blaming each other” for the death of a little girl who was found dead inside a trash bag on a Boston Harbor beach this summer, a state official said... more »»

183 dead in tanker explosion in South Sudan

September 18, 2015 MARIDI, South Sudan — The death toll from a fuel tanker explosion in a rural South Sudanese state reached 183 on Friday, a regional official said, as medical staff and volunteers struggled to keep... more »»

Ex-lawmakers to run again

September 18, 2015 LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Two conservative ex-lawmakers in Michigan who had an extramarital affair and attempted to conceal it will both run for their old seats. more »»

Attorney: clerk interfering

September 18, 2015 OWENSBORO, Ky. (AP) — The attorney for one of the deputy clerks in Kim Davis' office says Davis disobeyed a federal judge's order when she altered marriage license forms for same-sex couples. more »»

UN chief plans trip to Iran

September 18, 2015 VIENNA (AP) — Two diplomats say the head of the U.N. atomic agency is planning a trip to Tehran to push for long-delayed interviews with Iranian scientists linked to alleged past work on nuclear arms. more »»

Rebranded Hillary hasn’t changed

September 17, 2015 What if this is as good as it gets? You have to wonder if that’s what Hillary Clinton’s handlers are saying to each other right about now. more »»

(Street) Walker for corporate welfare moochers

September 17, 2015 Meet Scott Walker, corporate whore and lousy gambler (with taxpayer money, of course). more »»

Cause of death: suicide by being on list

September 16, 2015 This is an elegy for John Gibson. He was a married father of two, a pastor and a professor at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminar. more »»

Election features vacuum of political convention

September 16, 2015 WASHINGTON — You’d never think it from the present chaos in American presidential politics, but over most of the last century, relative stability has been the bywor. more »»

Clerk’s act plays well in Kentucky

September 15, 2015 It was the kind of rally we’ve come to expect from those Americans who think someone else’s equal rights are an assault on their way of life as perennial victims. more »»

Kingdoms in conflict over same-sex marriage

September 15, 2015 Let’s get something straight. America has never been a “Christian nation.” Those who believe otherwise have an obligation to say what part of our history was uniquely Christian. more »»

Putting an end to ‘refugee crisis’

September 14, 2015 Most of the Syrians we see on the nightly news and on newspaper front pages are not fleeing war-torn Syria. more »»

Iran deal shows Dems’ instinct toward appeasement

September 14, 2015 The Democratic Party has been weak-minded on defense for decades, but with the Iran capitulation, they’ve achieved a new threshold of cowardice and treachery. more »»



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