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Commentary: Requiring more of police, us Commentary: Requiring more of police, us
7 weeks ago - - JOHN CRISP
Maybe right now isn’t be the best time to bring this up. [Read More]
Commentary: Is Paris burning? Commentary: Is Paris burning?
7 weeks ago - - CAL THOMAS
The late Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Los Angeles Times, Paul Conrad, frequently used religious symbols to illustrate his point of view. Conrad drew the ire of some readers whenever he used the Star of David or a cross in his drawings. [Read More]
Commentary: Feel no pity for Harvard profs on health care Commentary: Feel no pity for Harvard profs on health care
7 weeks ago - - DAN THOMASSON
Pity the poor Harvard professors. When it comes to health care, they’re going to be just like the rest of us. [Read More]
Commentary: For the love of carbon Commentary: For the love of carbon
7 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
It should come as no surprise that the very first move of the new Republican Senate is an attempt to push President Barack Obama into approving the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil from Canadian tar sands. [Read More]
Commentary: Can Mitch make Senate better? Commentary: Can Mitch make Senate better?
7 weeks ago - - BYRON YORK
To outsiders, some of the changes new Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will bring to the Senate might seem like inside baseball. But they could bring about a huge improvement in the way the Senate works. And that could in turn lead to a huge improvement in the way Washington works. [Read More]
Commentary: The invisible 2016 primary ... revealed Commentary: The invisible 2016 primary ... revealed
8 weeks ago - - DOYLE McMANUS
This early stretch of presidential campaigns used to be known as the invisible primary. The action — would-be candidates drawing up strategies, courting donors and recruiting aides — occurred beyond the sight of ordinary voters. [Read More]
Commentary: Tolerance, violence and conversation Commentary: Tolerance, violence and conversation
8 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
This column begins as a little bit of a “love letter” to Anderson Cooper. And, no, not just because I felt for the man on New Year’s Eve as Kathy Griffin ragged on him and streaked his hair blue and pink on live TV. [Read More]
Commentary: Deano Chronicles, continued Commentary: Deano Chronicles, continued
8 weeks ago - - MAUREEN DOWD
Kissing the sun. Swilling merlot. Plotting revenge. Life is good for John Boehner. Lying in a hammock at his new condo in Marco Island, Fla., the speaker of the House is even closing in on his goal of getting darker than the oxblood leather wingback chair in his Capitol office. [Read More]
Commentary: Voodoo time machine Commentary: Voodoo time machine
8 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Many of us in the econ biz were wondering how the new leaders of Congress would respond to the sharp increase in American economic growth that, we now know, began last spring. [Read More]
Commentary: This program worked Commentary: This program worked
8 weeks ago - - COKIE ROBERTS and STEVEN ROBERTS
Weeks after voters dissed the Democrats, an important economic benchmark was passed with little public notice: The U.S. government sold off its stake in Ally Financial, the auto financing company once known as GMAC. It even made money on the deal — about $2.4 billion. [Read More]
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