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Congress still wasting tax money

April 16, 2016 As the tax deadline approaches it’s once again time to consider how the federal government wastes our money. more »»

Facing the destructive threat of cyberwarfare

April 15, 2016 WASHINGTON — There is a consensus that aggression by one nation against another is a serious matter, but there is no comparable consensus about what constitutes aggression. more »»

The fleeting backing of ‘Snapchat liberals’

April 14, 2016 If the polls hold, scoring tickets to “Hamilton” will be as good as it’s going to get for Bernie Sanders in New York. more »»

EU, US losing track of Muslim immigrants

April 13, 2016 LONDON — It’s called Frontex and, according to its website, the agency “promotes, coordinates and develops European border management in line with the (European Union) fundamental rights charter... more »»

Same message, different forum for Sanders, pope

April 12, 2016 WASHINGTON — Imagine emerging from a rocky political week only to announce, as Bernie Sanders did, that, oh, by the way, the Vatican called. more »»

Fighting against losing a historic battlefield

April 11, 2016 PRINCETON, N.J. — One of history’s most important battles happened here on a field you can walk across in less than half the 45 or so minutes the battle lasted. If George Washington’s audacity on Jan. more »»

Power of preparation fuels Cruz surge over Trump

April 8, 2016 “It’s not the will to win that matters. ... It’s the will to prepare to win that matters. more »»

Bernie Sanders should stick to the high road

April 7, 2016 Bernie Sanders started his campaign stumping for his ideals without savaging the likely Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton. That was an attractive combination. more »»

A better way needed for choosing president

April 6, 2016 Occasionally I am asked if I ever considered running for political office. My response: “I did once, but I took two aspirin, lay down for a while and the feeling went away. more »»

Trump stumbles when he could have seized moment

April 5, 2016 WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is learning how hard it is to pretend to be something he’s no. more »»

As baseball season starts, how well do you know the game?

April 4, 2016 WASHINGTON — Pitcher Jim Bouton said: “Baseball players are smarter than football players. more »»

Must America pick up everybody’s defense bills?

April 2, 2016 It seems strange that so few of my fellow TV binge-watchers have submitted to the fascinating Norwegian political thriller, “Occupie. more »»

Libya debacle undermines Clinton on foreign policy

April 1, 2016 WASHINGTON — Republican peculiarities in this political season are so numerous and lurid that insufficient attention is being paid to this: The probable Democratic nominee’s principal credential,... more »»

Trying to look competent amid repulsive politics

March 31, 2016 Belgians planning to “march against fear” Sunday were told to stay home out of fear for more violence. Americans in Europe, meanwhile, are being advised to “exercise vigilance. more »»

Must terrorism attacks be the new normal?

March 30, 2016 Are the increasing incidents of terrorist attacks in Europe the “new normal”? Must Europeans and Americans become resigned to the inevitability of regular jihadist assaults? Must we endure more... more »»

GOP race devolves into squabble over wives’ looks

March 29, 2016 WASHINGTON — When a presidential election devolves into a hydrant-watering contest between leading contenders about the relative attractiveness of their respective wives, not only does America look... more »»

Why America faces a future of disappointment

March 28, 2016 WASHINGTON — Presidential campaigns incite both hypochondria and euphoria, portraying the present as grimmer than it is and the future as grander than it can be. more »»

Apple and protecting the privacy of terrorists

March 26, 2016 One inevitable sequel to a terrorist attack is seeing the ugly mugs of creeps-turned-monsters thrust before us over a multitude of news cycles. Another is a debate over cellphone encryption. more »»

Can automakers again redefine our mobility?

March 25, 2016 DEARBORN, Mich. — If Mark Fields’ theory is correct, his industry faces novel challenges. His theory about the changing role of driving in Americans’ lives is one reason Ford Motor Co. more »»

What did you do to stop Trump, Daddy?

March 24, 2016 WASHINGTON — Now that Donald Trump has spoken before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a pro-Israel lobbying group, Americans have learned the following: Trump can read a teleprompter; h... more »»



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