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Commentary: Looking at reality of virtual reality Commentary: Looking at reality of virtual reality
5 weeks ago -
In coming days, people will leave our world for a new realm of gunslingers, cyberbots and other exotic sights. Their ticket out of here will be the Oculus Rift — a $600 virtual reality headset hitting the consumer market. [Read More]
Commentary: Obama's last tango Commentary: Obama's last tango
5 weeks ago - - MAUREEN DOWD
Barack Obama is tangoing into history, and there’s something perfect about that. The tango has been described as vertical solitude. And this president is all about vertical solitude. [Read More]
Commentary: Crazy about money Commentary: Crazy about money
5 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
In this year of Trump, the land is loud with the wails of political commentators, rending their garments and crying out, “How can this be happening?” But a few brave souls are willing to whisper the awful truth: Many voters support Donald Trump because they actually agree with his ideas. [Read More]
Politically uncorrected: Will Pennsylvania GOP be a kingmaker? Politically uncorrected: Will Pennsylvania GOP be a kingmaker?
5 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
On April 26 the voters of Pennsylvania finally get their say in the 2016 train wreck more formally known as the Republican presidential nomination process. [Read More]
Commentary: Draft Rosie the Riveter! Commentary: Draft Rosie the Riveter!
5 weeks ago - - COKIE ROBERTS and STEVEN ROBERTS
Rosie the Riveter wasn’t drafted to do her essential work during World War II. If she had been, she would have collected a pension and some praise. [Read More]
Commentary: This Easter, the fight for religious freedom continues Commentary: This Easter, the fight for religious freedom continues
5 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
Sometimes, God speaks softly. He shows you the magnificence of his glory in the mewling of a newborn child, eyes still closed against the world but lungs fully operational. [Read More]
Commentary: Long war ahead against terrorism Commentary: Long war ahead against terrorism
5 weeks ago -
When exactly the Islamic terrorist attacks on Western targets began is hard to pinpoint. [Read More]
Commentary: Religious liberty on trial Commentary: Religious liberty on trial
6 weeks ago - - CYNTHIA M. ALLEN
In an environment where optics matter, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better visual than a half-dozen sullen government attorneys staring down a group of smiling, habit-clad nuns in court. [Read More]
Commentary: The post-Trump era Commentary: The post-Trump era
6 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
This is a wonderful moment to be a conservative. [Read More]
Commentary: Outrage, scandal a media construct Commentary: Outrage, scandal a media construct
6 weeks ago - - GENE LYONS
Some days I wonder if I’m qualified to express opinions about American politics anymore. See, I’m not particularly angry, and I also doubt that voters in general are any more worked up than usual. [Read More]
Commentary: Terrorists, tubs and snakes Commentary: Terrorists, tubs and snakes
6 weeks ago - - NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Are terrorists more of a threat than slippery bathtubs? President Barack Obama, er, slipped into hot water when The Atlantic reported that he frequently suggests to his staff that fear of terrorism is overblown. [Read More]
Commentary: 'Apology tour' comes full circle Commentary: 'Apology tour' comes full circle
6 weeks ago - - CAL THOMAS
At the beginning of his presidency, Barack Obama traveled to Cairo, Europe and the United Nations to “apologize” for past American actions and attitudes. [Read More]
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