Opinion

Economists give Congress a C

WASHINGTON -- The editors of National Journal, a respected and independent Washington... More

  • By David S. Broder
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Someone in charge

City Commissioner Lynn Bowers raised an interesting point last week that merits serious thought... More

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Its Chinas problem

Conventional wisdom says that if U.N. sanctions dont work, there is nothing to be done about... More

  • By Anne Applebaum
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From compassionate to martial

WASHINGTON -- The very fact that it took David Kuos book, Tempting Faith: An Inside Story of... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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The unsolved case of anthrax

WASHINGTON Oct. 15, 2001, is a day Ill never forget. On that day one of my staff members opened... More

  • By Tom Daschle
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Congress and sleaze

The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown Congress, specifically the U.S. House of Representatives,... More

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Breaking the cycle

The Daily Independent, Ashland The new Social Worker Pilot Project in the Department of Public... More

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New York may lead the way

NEW YORK - What is happening to the Republican Party in New York state is the national GOPs... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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Will the Foley-fog stay around?

Every melodrama needs a villain. And the same holds true for melodramatic Washington scandals.... More

  • By James P. Pinkerton
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A skewed dropout rate

There long have been suspicions that the school dropout rate in Kentucky is anything but... More

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True deterrence

It shall be the policy of this Nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against... More

  • By Charles Krauthammer
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The Book on Bush

AUSTIN, Texas -- Nobody else seems to be asking the obvious question about Susan B. Ralston,... More

  • By Molly Ivins
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Treasury takes on North Korea

WASHINGTON -- North Korea has in its own inimitable fashion paid tribute to a little-noticed U.S.... More

  • By Jim Hoagland
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Waiting for the gun to go off

WASHINGTON -- The old theater adage demands that if you show a pistol in Act 1, you better fire... More

  • By David S. Broder
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A 50/50 split

The agreement between the city and county on payroll taxes on employees of new businesses and... More

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Flood insurance for dummies

We all love stories about evil corporations that hijack public policy, riddling it with tax... More

  • By Sebastian Mallaby
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A rush to medicate young minds

Ive been treating, educating and caring for children for more than 30 years, half of that time as... More

  • By Elizabeth J. Roberts
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