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Commentary: Online and afraid Commentary: Online and afraid
10 weeks ago - - THOMAS FRIEDMAN
And so it came to pass that in the winter of 2016 the world hit a tipping point that was revealed by the most unlikely collection of actors: Vladimir Putin, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg and the Macy’s department store. Who’d have thunk it? [Read More]
Commentary: The not so Golden Globes Commentary: The not so Golden Globes
10 weeks ago - - CAL THOMAS
Meryl Streep has played many roles in her long career and holds the record for the most Academy Award nominations of any actor. At the Golden Globe Awards Sunday night, Streep behaved as if she had been elected to high office. [Read More]
Commentary: A farewell address in a bubble Commentary: A farewell address in a bubble
10 weeks ago - - JAY AMBROSE
We did it. In my youth, it would have been unimaginable that we would ever elect a black president. But we came through, and he was extraordinary. [Read More]
Commentary: Tillerson evaded anti-terror sanctions Commentary: Tillerson evaded anti-terror sanctions
10 weeks ago - - MARTIN SCHRAM
As our power elites pirouette through yet another ritual transition, they often cannot help but remind us that where they stand depends on where they sit. [Read More]
Commentary: Bannon vs. Trump Commentary: Bannon vs. Trump
10 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
It’s becoming clear that for the next few years U.S. foreign policy will be shaped by the struggle among Republican regulars, populist ethno-nationalists and the forces of perpetual chaos unleashed by President-elect Donald Trump’s attention span. [Read More]
Commentary: Six questions on Russian hacking report Commentary: Six questions on Russian hacking report
10 weeks ago - - BYRON YORK
Julia Ioffe, who watches Russia carefully, tweeted this about the intelligence community’s unclassified report on Russian hacking: “It’s hard to tell if the thinness of the #hacking report is because the proof is classified, or because the proof doesn't exist." [Read More]
Commentary: I really don't care what you think Commentary: I really don't care what you think
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Dick Cheney, back when he was vice president, insisted all the TVs in his hotel suite be tuned to Fox News before he arrived. [Read More]
Commentary: Federal deficits matter again Commentary: Federal deficits matter again
10 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Not long ago prominent Republicans like Paul Ryan, the speaker of the House, liked to warn in apocalyptic terms about the dangers of budget deficits, declaring that a Greek-style crisis was just around the corner. [Read More]
AS IT SEE IT: Helping small business means jobs AS IT SEE IT: Helping small business means jobs
10 weeks ago -
We all do it. On New Year’s Day, we step on the scale or look in the mirror and then resolve to improve our lives or the shape we’re in. If Pennsylvania policymakers took a good look in the mirror, they’d notice our state economy is in a funk. [Read More]
Commentary: Russian hacking and glass houses Commentary: Russian hacking and glass houses
10 weeks ago - - CAL THOMAS
Many top U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin directed a secret intelligence operation for the purpose of discrediting Hillary Clinton, thereby helping Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential election. [Read More]
Commentary: A showman, not a manager Commentary: A showman, not a manager
10 weeks ago - - DOYLE McMANUS
To outward appearances, Donald Trump’s transition has been humming steadily toward his inauguration on Jan. 20. The president-elect has named all but a few members of his prospective Cabinet, and some will begin confirmation hearings this week. [Read More]
Commentary: White House red scare Commentary: White House red scare
10 weeks ago - - MAUREEN DOWD
President Donald Trump will walk into the Oval Office and be stunned. First, it will be a shock to work in an office decorated with images of men other than himself. [Read More]
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