What would Ralph Bunche say?

What would Ralph Bunche do? Its a question I have been pondering as the violence in the Middle... More

  • By Erin Aubry Kaplan
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A comprehensive settlement

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has stated that a simple cease-fire in Lebanon is not the... More

  • By Brent Scowcroft
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Slouching toward Apocalypse

Ive written a good deal about global warming over the years, but like most people, I still have a... More

  • By Eugene Linden
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Lieberman's crossroads

WASHINGTON -- Consider the uncanny similarity between Sen. Joe Liebermans campaign for... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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Watering the Bluegrass

Members of the General Assembly together with the Kentucky River Authority (KRA) and its... More

  • By Thomas P. Calkins
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Delivering the goods

GLEN ALLEN, Va. -- Sen. George Allen, the Virginia Republican up for re-election this year, and... More

  • By E. J. Dionne Jr.
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Bill Moyers for president

AUSTIN, Texas -- Dear desperate Democrats, Heres what we do. We run Bill Moyers for president. I... More

  • By Molly Ivins
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Proportionality is suicide

If by chance you have the search engine LexisNexis and you punch in the words Israel and... More

  • By Richard Cohen
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No more excuses

The News Enterprise, Elizabethtown Our local government officials have run out of excuses to... More

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Miners let down again

Appalachian News-Express, Pikeville Yet again, state and national officials have let our miners... More

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GOP may lose Hispanic vote

WASHINGTON -- Sen. Mel Martinez of Florida is one frustrated and worried Republican. For six... More

  • By David S. Broder
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Reed gets dose of own medicine

AYNOR, S.C. -- A little over six years ago, the voters in South Carolinas Republican presidential... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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Q&A with Hanson Williams

Hanson Williams was the executive director of the Personnel Board from 1992 to 2004. He was one... More

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Fit for a speaker?

Probably no dimension of government gets a going over in the media year in and year out as the... More

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Letters to the editor

Who got the money? To the Editor: Its bad enough that the developer at Berry Hill cut down nine... More

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Veteran versus a newcomer

PITTSBURGH -- If you stand Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell next to his opponent, Lynn Swann, you would... More

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Chinese water torture

DripDripDrip The relentless Chinese water torture the hierarchy of the Kentucky Republican Party... More

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Another (hot) fine fair

Its almost a law of nature that the week of the Franklin County Fair will be the hottest of the... More

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Terror at the zoo

Im soft on terrorism. Which is weird because I dont even like roller coasters or scary movies or... More

  • By Joel Stein
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