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Looks count too much for women in films, Oscars

February 8, 2016 We are here not to discuss the complex #OscarsSoWhite controversy but to address another sore point with perhaps similar origins: the #OscarsSoGorgeous phenomenon. more »»

Migrants show failure of multiculturalism

February 4, 2016 Just as radar warns of approaching storms, so does the flood of migrants entering Europe warn us of a deluge yet to come, not only for Europeans, if they continue to allow unrestricted immigration,... more »»

Federal government keeps rural West going

February 3, 2016 The 187,000 acres on which sits the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge never belonged to the state of Oregon, much less the band of cowboy exhibitionists who’d taken it over. more »»

How to say thanks to your local firefighters

February 3, 2016 “Help!” These cries for assistance are heard throughout all villages, towns, cities, and rural Americ. more »»

The United States of Trump

February 2, 2016 Dating back to Colonial America, politicians and journalists have mostly had a love-hate relationship. more »»

GOP field chases top two in funds as well as polls

February 2, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, John Kasich and Chris Christie, the four Republican candidates in a showdown for their party’s traditional supporters, closed last year with roughly as much... more »»

Why cheap oil isn’t bad for the environment

January 30, 2016 It stood to reason that collapsing prices for oil would make clean energy relatively more expensive. That would dampen the public’s craving to install solar panels and build wind turbines. more »»

With Iran, it’s strictly business

January 28, 2016 For anyone whose knowledge of history extends beyond the current season of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” or the latest NFL instant replay, the meetings involving Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani,... more »»

A quartet of New Yorkers could vie for president

January 27, 2016 Many Americans used to regard New York City as a bankrupt foreign vessel docked on their Atlantic coastline. Then the place got cleaned up, and after the heroism (and stoicism) of Sept. more »»

Backers of Trump lack rationale

January 26, 2016 When the publisher of National Review Magazine, Jack Fowler, called and asked me to write on why I oppose Donald Trump for president, my first thought was about the derision sure to come from Trump... more »»

Dollars for hostages not good diplomacy

January 25, 2016 Every American should be glad that American hostages have been freed by the tyrannical Iranian regime and are being reunited with family, friends and co-workers. more »»

Benishek: Obama gun control plan misfires

January 21, 2016 Some of the fondest memories of my youth involve heading out into the woods of the western Upper Peninsula to hunt with friends and famil. more »»

Why consumers win and stocks lose on cheap oil

January 21, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is drowning in oil. Stocks are having their worst start to a year in history in part because of a rapid plunge in oil prices. more »»

Appeals court to hear ‘Sister Wives’ polygamy case

January 21, 2016 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Lawyers for a family made famous by the TV show “Sister Wives” are set to ask a federal appeals court on Thursday to uphold a ruling that decriminalized polygamy in Utah. more »»

Sex abuse scandal rocks New England prep school

January 21, 2016 MIDDLETOWN, R.I. (AP) — For more than a century, St. George’s School has been part of the pedigree of some of America’s richest and most influential families. more »»

New visa rules to be announced

January 21, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration will announce as early as Thursday its plan to introduce new visa requirements for European travelers who are dual nationals of Iran, Iraq, Sudan or Syria,... more »»

Audit: Vegas cabs overcharging public by $47 million a year

January 21, 2016 LAS VEGAS (AP) — If the cash you doled out for a Las Vegas cab ride hurt your wallet, it’s not all in your head — auditors in Nevada also think taxi rates are outrageous. more »»

Sex abuse scandal rocks New England prep school

January 21, 2016 MIDDLETOWN, R.I. (AP) — For more than a century, St. George’s School has been part of the pedigree of some of America’s richest and most influential families. more »»

Pondering spiritual decay

January 20, 2016 Recently, as I was working at my camp, a dead tree in the woods snapped and fell to the ground. more »»

Too big to fail: The sequel?

January 19, 2016 Movie sequels are rarely as good as the original films on which they’re based. The same dictum, it appears, holds for finance. more »»

 
 

 

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