Opinion

Q&A With Mike Fields

Lt. Mike Fields is boating law administrator, boating education coordinator and communications... More

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Voters wary of big spending

WASHINGTON -- When it comes to spending their tax money, voters can be wary even of very good... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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A turnaround on Iran nukes?

AUSTIN, Texas -- It occasionally occurs to me that if I could understand the Bush administrations... More

  • By Molly Ivins
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People ahead of pork

Is saving someone you know from cancer worth $16 to you? Congress doesnt seem to think so.... More

  • By Newt Gingrich and Robert Egge
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A duty to serve out term

Lt. Gov. Stephen B. Pence Last week, I informed Governor Fletcher that I will not run for... More

  • By Lt. Gov. Stephen B. Pence
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A new day dawns in Providence

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Something remarkable is happening here. A city long renowned for the rackets... More

  • By David S. Broder
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Nothing but silence

ROME -- I write with hesitation, with respect, with awe and with a profound, humbling and scary... More

  • By Richard Cohen
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What, me worry?

AUSTIN, Texas -- Thank goodness the Republicans are around to tell me what to worry about. The... More

  • By Molly Ivins
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Old wedge issues reappear

WASHINGTON -- This months offensive by President Bush and his allies in Congress against gay... More

  • By E.J. Dionne Jr.
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The plot thickens

Lets see if we have all this straight: Within the span of about 48 hours late last week, Lt. Gov.... More

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Huge hurdles await Paulson

Its hard to think of another time when the U.S. economy was doing so well and the American... More

  • By James P. Pinkerton
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A vote designed to divide

Thats vanity . . . not politics, President Kennedy once snapped at an aide who wanted him to... More

  • By Ronald Brownstein
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Try charter schools

The Paducah Sun The news that African-American and Hispanic students in Kentucky are dropping out... More

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An ambitious goal

Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer Its easy to complain about the status of postsecondary education in... More

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Plenty of blame

For far too many years, when an old building stood in the way of progress an asphalt parking... More

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