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Why Americans oppose economic redistribution despite income inequality

May 12, 2015 Skeptics about democracy in the 18th and 19th centuries argued that the enfranchised masses would use their votes to seize the property of the relatively few ric. more »»

An appalling apostle

May 11, 2015 WASHINGTON — In the 1950s, during one of his two campaigns as the Democrats’ presidential nominee, Adlai Stevenson was invited to address a gathering of Baptists in Houston, where in 1960 John... more »»

From New York Newspapers

May 11, 2015 The New York Daily News on the difference between Pamela Geller and Charlie Hebdo, May 4 - Americans will defend to the death — and literally had to — Pamela Geller’s right to disseminate images o... more »»

An old friend

May 9, 2015 A few years ago, during spring break, the kids and I went up to Saranac Lake to spend some time having fun. On day three of vacation, we completed our third hike — Baker Mountai. more »»

Getting sports moguls off our backs

May 8, 2015 It was not out of a sense of decency that the National Football League recently let go of its tax-exempt status. more »»

The cult of Santa Muerte

May 7, 2015 While traveling in India many years ago, I attended a Roman Catholic Mass in a church overflowing with worshipers. more »»

Transgender discrimination costs New York state taxpayers

May 6, 2015 New York state prides itself on its self-proclaimed status of diversity and inclusion. Yet for many New Yorkers, these words do not match the reality of our lives. more »»

Governors vs. senators for president

May 5, 2015 In the past 94 years, American voters have elected a total of two United States senators — John F. Kennedy in 1960 and Barack Obama — president. more »»

Protests are fine, but policy is better

May 5, 2015 On the Thursday before Baltimore burned, Mr. Lee went to Washington. He didn’t have far to go. Rev. more »»

America’s politics is polarized, but Britain’s is fragmented

May 4, 2015 This week, Britain votes in its first general election in five years. Some aspects of its politics will be familiar to Americans. more »»

From New York Newspapers

May 4, 2015 The Times Union of Albany on New York’s Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, April 24: Imagine you live a life of torment, forced to stay on a mat on the floor all day, beaten with a... more »»

Hillary blames the cops

May 1, 2015 Had Freddie Gray been robbed, beaten and left to die in the streets of his Baltimore neighborhood, no one would be mourning him today. No one would be marching for Freddie. more »»

Until the court do us part?

May 1, 2015 In 2-1/2 hours of oral arguments before the U.S. more »»

‘What can I do?’ Let’s find out

April 30, 2015 “There comes a time when people get tired.” — Martin Luther King Jr., Dec. 5, 1955 - Tracy is tired. She was tired even before Baltimore burned this week. I received an email from her on April 12. more »»

Gingrich is right: Double the budget for medical research

April 29, 2015 Newt Gingrich recently recalled the bipartisan deal that doubled the budget for the National Institutes of Health — with fondness. more »»

Reporter gained fame, lost humanity

April 27, 2015 One hardly knows where to begin. more »»

A sucker by design

April 27, 2015 When Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks, the world should liste. more »»

From New York Newspapers

April 27, 2015 The New York Daily News on President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, April 21 - In selling his nuclear deal with the Iranians, President Obama says that his “historic understanding” would “cut off... more »»

Why is Yemen our war?

April 25, 2015 For a month now, the Saudi air force has been bombing Yemen to reverse a takeover of that nation of 25 million by Houthi rebels, and reinstall a president who fled his country and is residing in... more »»

On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a fraud

April 24, 2015 There’s been some tense back-and-forth over the Canadian mother who said she had stopped opposing vaccinations after all seven of her kids came down with whooping cough. more »»



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