Opinion

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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Paranoids can be right

WASHINGTON -- Sometimes, paranoids are right. And sometimes even when paranoids are wrong, its... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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The ethics of leaks and leakers

For the second week in a row, the weeks big news came from a leak. Someone gave ABC News shocking... More

  • By Kirk O. Hanson and Jerry Ceppos
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The gift of security

Glasgow Daily Times Two thousand nine hundred seventy-four casualties vs. 2,973. A story in the... More

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The cost of welfare fraud

The Harlan Daily Enterprise For middle-class families struggling more each year to make a living,... More

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A good week for guns

The Courier-Journal, Louisville Last week was good for the gun crowd in Congress. Whether youre... More

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Where two Americas collide

The grand historical narrative of the United States runs from East to West, but its primary... More

  • By Gregory Rodriguez
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Henry Kissinger is back

AUSTIN, Texas -- The Old War Criminal is back. I try not to hold grudges, but I must admit I have... More

  • By Molly Ivins
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Dismantle DOT

It looks like the potential legal problems in the state Transportation Cabinet didnt end with... More

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No way to know

WASHINGTON -- Lost between the Foley tsunami and the Woodward hurricane is the storm that began... More

  • By Charles Krauthammer
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From expose to therapy

The Reverend Elmer Gantry was reading an illustrated pink periodical devoted to prize-fighters... More

  • By George F. Will
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The moderate Republican scam

WASHINGTON Sen. Lincoln Chafee, Republican of Rhode Island, is seeking reelection in his heavily... More

  • By Harold Meyerson
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The Hill winks at pork reform

WASHINGTON Willie Stark would have had a good laugh. Stark is the archetypal politician at the... More

  • By Ruth Marcus
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Dismantle DOT

It looks like the potential legal problems in the state Transportation Cabinet didnt end with... More

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No way to know

WASHINGTON -- Lost between the Foley tsunami and the Woodward hurricane is the storm that began... More

  • By Charles Krauthammer
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From expose to therapy

The Reverend Elmer Gantry was reading an illustrated pink periodical devoted to prize-fighters... More

  • By George F. Will
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Protecting the investment

After getting some comparatively good news last week that its finances are not all that bad, the... More

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New guy on the block

BOSTON -- The buzz in Boston this autumn is all about the newcomer to elective politics who is... More

  • By David S. Broder
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