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  • Is Facebook becoming a permissive parent?

    Mom, Dad, here is your popup warning: Your teen is being wooed by Facebook. The social media giant is desperately trying to reposition its digital offerings to teenagers. It's a marketing ploy that has Facebook attempting to pass itself off a bit like an...
  • Who are we leaving behind in Afghanistan?

    The idea that a true soldier never leaves a comrade behind is chiseled into U.S. military creed. This heroic duty has been celebrated in story and film, and recorded in numerous battlefield citations. But does it extend to foreign allies who, though...
  • Working for McNuggets no dream for low-wage Americans

    You might have missed this, if you didn't happen to hit the right fast food drive-through on the right day in July, but your neighborhood burger-flippers and assorted labor activists staged one-day strikes in cities across the country. They called for the...
  • Ted Cruz' next act: obstructing immigration reform

    Just as the ill-conceived crusade to defund Obamacare peters out comes word of another Republican foofaraw in the making. Tea party zealots are gearing up to make a grand stand against immigration reform. Here is my humble request: Please, God, do not...
  • Imagine if Republicans actually cared about health care

    "We're not in Kansas anymore," said the smirking congressman from Texas, pleased with his own witlessness. Rep. Joe Barton, a Republican, was addressing Kathleen Sebelius, a former governor of Kansas, now secretary of health and human services, who is...
  • Pope Francis has a few questions to ask you

    Imagine the pope is coming to dinner. He'll be taking the bus, and he doesn't want you to make a big fuss. It's Francis, after all, the "world's parish priest." There's a bit of an agenda to his visit. He wants to ask how you feel about some of the most...
  • Student loan bill a symptom of our education malaise

    For generations, there has been a tried and true way for parents to help their children get ahead: investing in their education. Along the way, we learned that the same formula works for society as well. Make public investments in education -- be it...
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  • Protection Of Voting Rights Remains Vital

    The U.S. views itself as a nation progressing ever toward the ideals of justice and liberty. In many ways it's true. The egregious violations of civil rights that kept so many from voting are sins of another era. Long gone are poll taxes and forcing...
  • Scholar's Bias Against Hispanics Dangerous

    Jason Richwine is a type in American politics. He holds a doctorate from Harvard. He writes studies, appears at conservative conferences in suit and tie, and expounds the same old nonsense about immigrants that we've been hearing since the Know Nothings...