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  • Cynthia M. Allen: Regarding political differences, just blame biology

    In an age of heightened political correctness, the suggestion that a person's political orientation might be related to physiology, genes or brain development would probably be considered gauche if not wholly offensive. One isn't born with a propensity...
  • Should voters OK Amendment 1?: Front Burner

    Should voters OK Amendment 1?: Front Burner
    Should Florida's constitution set a minimum level of spending each year for water and land conservation? That's a question voters will settle by approving or rejecting Amendment 1. Almost 1 million Florida voters signed petitions to secure a spot for...
  • City spending, absent candidates draw criticism at Newport council forum

    Newport Beach City Council candidates fielded questions on a range of issues, from the budget to Measure Y, at the ninth Feet to the Fire Forum Wednesday night. But the empty seats next to them may have taken the most heat. Early in the debate, the...
  • Is feminism's current moment all slogan and no change?

    Like the cicada, which lies dormant for 13 or 17 years and then suddenly makes a cacophonous comeback, feminism is having a moment. It's announcing itself on magazine covers, dominating discussions on culture blogs and, in one case, making itself known in...
  • Hartline masters money just as he does passing routes

    Hartline masters money just as he does passing routes
    Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline has always been a numbers guy. And not just on the football field. Hartline studies profit margins, spreadsheets and investment risks with as much attention as he gives his passing routes. The sixth-year pro...
  • Ann McFeatters: Pierson had no choice but to step down

    WASHINGTON Bear with me while I get personal. I had a desk in the press room at the White House for two decades. I was as open-mouthed as Congress at the news a man with a knife scaled the fence last month and ran up the lawn and through the front door,...
  • RedBlueAmerica: How important is voting?

    The midterm elections are just a few weeks away, and one of the traditional democratic virtues voting suddenly seems under fire. "Girls" star Lena Dunham offered a treatise urging voter turnout: "When you vote, you feel so, so good." That prompted snorts...
  • Mort Kunstler, premier historical artist, exhibits 50 works in Allentown

    To fans, he is known as "the premier historical artist in America." But even if you don't recognize his name, you have probably seen and appreciated his colorful, highly detailed and historically accurate works of art. From the Revolutionary War to...
  • Expect Mississippi Mayhem to remain a college football constant this season

    For fans who have been reluctant to believe, it is time to embrace the Mississippi Mayhem gripping the college football landscape. It is not going away any time soon, as evidenced by Sunday's climb to the top of The Associated Press poll by No. 1...
  • Greg Cote: Blown opportunities spell heartbreak for Miami Dolphins against Green Bay Packers

    Sometimes exhilaration dissolves into despair in a single play, a single moment. Heartbreak is an overused term in sports, but there are times when the word seems insufficient, when the next few seconds change everything and turn a joyful, cheering...
  • Instant analysis of Orioles' 6-4 loss to Kansas City Royals in Game 2 of ALCS

    Instant analysis of Orioles' 6-4 loss to Kansas City Royals in Game 2 of ALCS
    Baltimore Sun reporters, columnists and editors share their immediate reaction to Game 2 of the American League Championship Series between the Orioles and the Kansas City Royals. Eduardo A. Encina, reporter: The Orioles now have a tremendous mountain...