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  • Obamacare is a 'varsity stinker'

    Obamacare is a 'varsity stinker'
    OK, I can't help myself. Over the past three years, I have written at least a dozen columns critical of Obamacare (a.k.a. The "Affordable Care Act") in this space and devoted an entire chapter to the topic in my book "America: Hope for Change." Yet,...
  • Obama lies again and again

    Obama lies again and again
    Here we go again. Lies, lies and more lies from President Barack Obama. The list includes but is not limited to: Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the IRS corruption, the VA scandal and the Affordable Care Act also called Obamacare. Remember when President...
  • Rhodes Scholars include 6 from Great Lakes area

    Rhodes Scholars include 6 from Great Lakes area
    Half a dozen students from the Great Lakes region were among 32 Americans selected as Rhodes scholars, officials announced this weekend. The scholars were chosen out of a field of more than 200 U.S. finalists from 86 colleges and universities. The...
  • Saturday's local interest college football playoff roundup: Ex-Crabber Bellamy's big day helps Virginia State advance

    DIVISION II: Hampton High graduate Kavon Bellamy ran for 131 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries Saturday as Virginia State beat Long Island University-Post 28-17 in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs. VSU, the third seed in its quarter...
  • Amazing Race: Old Saybrook Students Build Sub For National Contest

     Amazing Race: Old Saybrook Students Build Sub For National Contest
    At the mouth of the Connecticut River in Old Saybrook, they're still making history. High school students in the town where the first submarine was launched 200 years ago have built a new generation of submersible, a human-powered craft that cruises...
  • Gruber example of how logic corrupted at liberal universities

    Does the end justify the means? According to MIT professor Jonathan Gruber it does. Intellectual superiority as practiced by super-intelligent liberals is supposed to be accepted by society even though common sense indicates the liberals are wrong....
  • Feedback 11/21/14: Feedback on feedback, print size, history and other stories

    •John, Newport News: My Dear "Feedback" folk: Difficult as it is, I will try to be civil about this. It is a ridiculous waste of space, and, moreover, a meaningless affront to us print subscribers to print so-called Facebook Feedback natterings in...
  • Who's really 'stupid' in this Obamacare flap?

    Who's really 'stupid'  in this Obamacare flap?
    Was Obamacare sold on a pack of lies or just political spin? Questions like that have turned Jonathan Gruber, who helped to create President Barack Obama's health care plan, into a possible threat to its survival. That's why Obamacare opponents can...
  • Cal Thomas: Ask Jonathan Gruber who looks stupid now

    Cal Thomas: Ask Jonathan Gruber who looks stupid now
    "Stupid is as stupid does" — Forrest Gump Unless you regularly follow conservative media, you may not have heard what one of the architects of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) thinks about you. Jonathan Gruber is a Massachusetts Institute...
  • North Shore 'Jeopardy!' champ has rough 1st day of finals, still could win

    North Shore 'Jeopardy!' champ has rough 1st day of finals, still could win
    North Shore "Jeopardy!" champ Julia Collins got off to a rocky start on the first day of the game show's Tournament of Champions final round, but she remains in the running for the $250,000 grand prize. Collins placed third after netting $6,400 in...
  • TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work

    TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work
    Your TV is inside your mind. It knows what you watch. More than that, it knows how you watch. When you pause a program, your TV is taking notes. When you rewind or fast-forward, the machine jots that down too. But here's maybe the scariest part of...