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  • Liberal media protect Obama, cronies

    When are you going to report the scam that Jonathan Gruber and the Obama administration pulled on the American people with regard to the health care plan known as Obamacare? Tell everyone that they (Obama and Gruber, the MIT professor) felt the American...
  • Nation switches between Democrats, Republicans

    Nation switches between Democrats, Republicans
    According to recent polls, President Obama's ratings have gone down, and the president is no longer as popular as he used to be when he first took the White House in 2009. Many Americans now favor Republicans, and this explains why Republicans will...
  • Minnesota's Bill Frenzel, former U.S. congressman, dies at 86

    (Reuters) - Bill Frenzel, who served 20 years in the U.S. House of Representatives before becoming a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution, has died aged 86, the organization said in a statement on Monday. Frenzel, a Minnesota native, died...
  • USAID's new strategy has Seattle roots

    WASHINGTON When Alan Mulally the Boeing-honcho-turned-savior at Ford Motor Co. spoke at a U.S. Agency for International Development town hall last year, he gave Rajiv Shah one piece of inspiration. "He said, 'You guys have the greatest mission in the...
  • Randy Newman, coming to Easton, talks of long road after 'Short People'

    Randy Newman, coming to Easton, talks of long road after 'Short People'
    For the past 25 years, singer and songwriter Randy Newman has been primarily known for his film scores, and for good reason. Newman has written the music to such iconic films as "Ragtime," "Awakening" and "The Natural," but he's gotten the most...
  • Katherine Heigl is in a good 'State' as she returns to TV

     Katherine Heigl is in a good 'State' as she returns to TV
    Katherine Heigl was in a rush. One late October afternoon, the 35-year-old actress had just finished shooting a scene for her new NBC thriller, "State of Affairs," where she plays a CIA briefer who has a tangled professional and personal history with...
  • UCLA's Samueli School gets $9 million from Laguna couple

    Laguna Beach residents B. John and Amelia Garrick have committed $9 million to launch the B. John Garrick Institute for the Risk Sciences at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, according to a university release. The Garrick...
  • Obama's troop boost in Iraq is hard to fathom

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Thursday, Nov. 13: President Barack Obama said he intends to double the number of American troops in Iraq from 1,500 to 3,000. It is difficult to say why he made that decision. As a...
  • Dominican veterans of the Iraq War are largely forgotten

    SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic Wilkin Cuello Gonzalez sits in a wheelchair in the small living room of a humble home that he can barely afford to rent. The Army lieutenant digs into his memories and remembers the first time he ran his fingers through...
  • Debate rages over how many hours Maryland students should be tested each year

    Debate rages over how many hours Maryland students should be tested each year
    Even as public school systems in Maryland and other states prepare to give longer and more challenging standardized tests this spring, a national debate has erupted over just how many hours students should be tested in a year. Teachers unions deride the...
  • Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should

    Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should
    Are you ready for Clinton vs. Bush 2.0? My earlier prediction that Jeb will face Hillary in 2016 is looking more certain than ever. Sure, in theory the conventional wisdom says that voters want to see some fresh and new names at the top of their...