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Ronald Reagan

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  • The worst job in the world [Commentary]

    The worst job in the world [Commentary]
    Let's say you are an intelligent, successful federal prosecutor from an elite law school and possessing all of the important political contacts in Washington, D.C. An election occurs. Your party wins, and the president-elect begins to put together a...
  • Salem's Secret Room A Treasure Of History

    For four generations, members of my family have walked through the doors of the Hawthorne Hotel on Washington Square in Salem, Mass., attending meetings of the Rotary Club or the Chamber of Commerce, stepping downstairs into the basement for teen parties,...
  • California drought: Lawmakers consider historic rules to limit groundwater pumping

    In what would be the most significant water law passed in California in nearly 50 years, lawmakers in Sacramento are working with Gov. Jerry Brown on a landmark measure to regulate groundwater pumping for the first time. With an Aug. 31 deadline until...
  • 10 things you might not know about gaffes

    10 things you might not know about gaffes
    Monday marks the 30th anniversary of a major presidential gaffe — Ronald Reagan joking during a microphone test: "My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in...
  • James Brady's death ruled a homicide from 1981 shooting

    James Brady's death ruled a homicide from 1981 shooting
    A Virginia medical examiner has ruled the death of James Brady, the former press secretary critically wounded in the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan a homicide, according to a police spokesperson. Brady was shot in the head by John...
  • Hamas' terror is dwarfed by Israel's [Letter]

    Hamas' terror is dwarfed by Israel's [Letter]
    We read of Israel describing another "terror attack" against its citizens, but why do Americans conclude that Israel itself doesn't practice terror? Because Israeli military spokesmen say it doesn't? ("Digger rams Jerusalem Bus," August 4). Contrary...
  • Let's stop the name-calling and just agree to disagree

    You're an idiot. Your opinions are worthless. How can you live with yourself, slouching on your cozy couch of self-denial, oblivious to the truth? We all know that President Barack Obama [deserves great praise as a leader trying to rise above the...
  • What the U.S. should do in Iraq: Stop what is counterproductive

    From a moral perspective, President Obama's response to the plight of Iraqi minorities targeted for extinction by vicious Islamists is justifiable and even commendable. Yet the resumption of American military action in Iraq — bombs for the wicked,...
  • People Express adding destinations, may expand service

    People Express adding destinations, may expand service
    On Friday People Express began daily service to Atlanta from Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport. Those flights — coupled with service to West Palm Beach, Fla., that began in mid-July — bring the number of destinations the low-cost...
  • Cities embracing microbrews while state skunks market

    Cities embracing microbrews while state skunks market
    There's room for just nine bar stools inside the closet-size tap room at The Hourglass Brewery, a craft-beer oasis in Longwood. But when the 2-year-old startup brewer moves this fall to a cavernous 6,000-square-foot space across Ronald Reagan Boulevard,...
  • James Brady's death ruled a homicide 33 years after he was shot

    The death of James Brady has been ruled a homicide after a Virginia medical examiner's office determined the gunshot wound he suffered in 1981 led to his death earlier this week, police officials told the Los Angeles Times. Gwendolyn Crump, chief...