Opinion

John McCain seethed

WASHINGTON -- James Baker almost smiled. When the poker-faced co-chairman of the Iraq Study Group... More

  • By George F. Will
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Light shines on the truth

The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown Kentuckians now know the truth. After 17 months of testimony... More

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Holmes Street Moves Ahead

If the citys ambitious goal of revitalizing the Holmes Street area as a gateway into downtown... More

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Q&A With Steve Clark

Steve Clark took over the sheriffs office Friday after longtime Sheriff Ted Collins resigned a... More

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Letters to the Editor

Not a yellow dog To the Editor: A letter to the editor in the November 19 issue of your paper... More

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United Way needs help

Here it is, the first day of December. Everyone is preoccupied with the coming holidays, loading... More

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The Trail of Tears

The (Nashville) Tennessean: The nation continues to unearth important elements of its history,... More

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Taking temperatures

Turns out that being a winner has helped Nancy Pelosi in the eyes of the American people, which... More

  • By Susan Estrich
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Jazz at the Grand Theatre

A high-level official of a previous state administration once sniffed that he did not choose to... More

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Bargaining for best deal

The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J.: The law that created the Part D Medicare drug program has an... More

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Seattle case is important

SEATTLE -- This citys school district decided in 2000 that because the son of Jill Kurfirst and... More

  • By George F. Will
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Up, up and away

Whether intentional or not, the executive committee of the Council on Postsecondary Education... More

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A better border plan

The Daily News, Longview, Wash: Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire and British Columbia Premier... More

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Gibson, Allen, Richards

Id like to say a good word about Michael Richards. And before you jump to any conclusions, Mel... More

  • By Richard Cohen
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This arsenal must go

Its been nearly 20 years since the Cold War came to an end and both the United States and Russia... More

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Lessons from bus crash

The Birmingham (Ala.) News: A terrible bus wreck that killed four Huntsville high school students... More

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Shaping post-Bush policy

The reopened debate on Iraq will now rage for months or years, consuming most of the oxygen for... More

  • By Jackson Diehl
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Gold Medal long overdue

Georgetown News-Graphic Soon the Congressional Gold Medal will be bestowed upon the members of... More

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The lowest of the low

Daily News, Bowling Green Just when you thought O.J. Simpson couldnt stoop any lower, he did. The... More

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