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Chapman: Obama and missile defense myths
Chicago Tribune - 21 Hours ago
He didn't embolden Putin by abandoning allies Hawks in the wild tend to be solitary creatures. But those in Washington, D.C., often appear in noisy flocks. As Russian President Vladimir Putin continues
Obama and the Appeasement Myth Creators.Com
Obama and missile defense myths Chicago Tribune
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Relax, Ukraine is Not Ordering Its Jews to Register
The New Republic Online - 6 Hours ago
Today, the Western press caught up with the Ukrainian rumor mill: apparently, the People's Republic of Donetsk had ordered all Jews over the age of 16 to pay a fee of $50 U.S. and register with the new
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Arianna Huffington: Congrats, Graduates: Now Go Out There and Redefine Success
Huffington Post - 5 Hours ago
We're coming up on one of my favorite times of the year: that time, just after spring breaks out but before summer begins, in which thousands of college graduates are released into the world. And as they
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Congrats, Graduates: Now Go Out There and Redefine Success
Huffington Post - 5 Hours ago
We're coming up on one of my favorite times of the year: that time, just after spring breaks out but before summer begins, in which thousands of college graduates are released into the world. And as they
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Republicans' Nasty Attempt to Welfarize Obamacare
The New Republic Online - 6 Hours ago
No matter what metric you use to estimate Affordable Care Act enrollment, the law's opponents will lowball you one way or another. Some of their objections are better taken than others. If someone really
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Warren's New Book Whitewashes Some Awkward Hillary History
The New Republic Online - 7 Hours ago
When I profiled Elizabeth Warren last fall, I argued that the political press had largely misunderstood her thinking about a possible presidential campaign. The conventional wisdom held that Warren almost
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Did Jesus Have a Wife?
American Prospect - 10 Hours ago
The world of ancient papyrology—the study of tiny scraps of manuscripts unearthed in archeological digs across the Mediterranean—is not, in general, a font of juicy media stories. That is, unless the
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Judging Obama's "Evolution" on Marriage Equality
American Prospect - 11 Hours ago
Years from now, Barack Obama will almost certainly be seen as the most significant American president in the history of the gay rights movement. Under his watch, the military ended its policy of discrimination
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The Repeal Swindle
The New Republic Online - 20 Hours ago
For years now, undeterred by an imposing level of conservative schadenfreude, a handful of us have argued that the introduction of Affordable Care Act benefits in January would flip the politics of Obamacare,
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A Year After the Boston Bombing, U.S.-Russia Counterterrorism Cooperation Is Only
The New Republic Online - 23 Hours ago
We now know that the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, which occurred a year ago this week, might have been prevented if U.S.-Russia counterterrorism cooperation had been better. Last week, The New York Times
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How GPS Is Being Used to Fight the Asthma Epidemic
The New Republic Online - 23 Hours ago
In 1983, a Korean commercial airline, en route from Anchorage, Alaska, to Seoul, mistakenly entered the Soviet Union’s airspace. A Soviet fighter jet shot it down, killing 269 people. To minimize future
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Russia Has Basically Invaded Ukraine Again. Here's Why Kiev Isn't Shooting Back
The New Republic Online - 23 Hours ago
You’d be forgiven for losing count of the number of times the provisional government in Kiev has for pro-Russian separatists to clear out of government buildings they’ve seized across eastern Ukraine,
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Holder's race card
American Enterprise Institute - 20 Hours ago
Last week, the president's lap dog blew his dog whistle (a dog whistle, if you didn't know, is coded language intended for a special constituency). Speaking to the National Action Network, Atty. Gen.
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Janet Yellen Is Looking Out for the Long-Term Unemployed
The New Republic Online - 4/16/2014
If you’ve been out of work for more than six months—that is, if you’re among the “long-term unemployed”— the start of 2014 has been awfully dispiriting. You lost your unemployment benefits in late December.
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Penn State Is Still Feeling Pretty Good About Hiring Florida State's President
The New Republic Online - 4/16/2014
A story in The New York Times this morning reveals the gaping holes in Florida State University’s investigation of its Heisman trophy-winning quarterback, Jameis Winston, after a female student accused
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The Culture War Goes On
American Prospect - 4/16/2014
These days, liberals might be forgiven for feeling that they've won the culture war, or at least that they're winning. With the large exception of abortion (on which opinions have basically not budged
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Daily Meme: The Passion of Kathleen Sebelius
American Prospect - 4/16/2014
Let's just say that this has not been Kathleen Sebelius's year. As secretary of Health and Human Services, she absorbed much of the blame for the botched rollout of the Obamacare website. Even after the
Kathleen Sebelius will face a difficult battle, if it works in the Senate AllVoices
These 3 Numbers Show Why Kathleen Sebelius' Senate Run Is Doomed Business Insider Australia
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Bloomberg's Going Long on Gun Control. But 2014 Comes First.
The New Republic Online - 4/16/2014
Today’s announcement by Michael Bloomberg that he is in a new organization to fight for gun control legislation in Washington and state capitals is, on one level, but a confirmation of what a —his ambition
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Huff TV: WATCH: Arianna Discusses How To Thrive With 'Tiger Mom' Author Amy Chua
Huffington Post - 4/16/2014
Arianna recently sat down for a discussion with Amy Chua, a professor at Yale Law School and author of the book "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother." The two came together for an event at Yale entitled Strive
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Cliven Bundy Update: Nevada Rancher Explains Why He Refuses to Recognize Federal
Epoch Times - 4/16/2014
The post by Zachary Stieber , Epoch Times appeared first on The Epoch Times . Cliven Bundy, possibly the most famous rancher in the United States after his stand-off with federal officials, has come
VIDEO: The Argument for Rancher Cliven Bundy to Continue His Fight FOXNews.com
Renegade Rancher Cliven Bundy Is Nothing Like Mahatma Gandhi The New Republic Online
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The U.S. Is Being Routed by Russia in the Information War Over Ukraine
Maidan - 4/16/2014
By Kevin Rothrock Russia’s isolation grows by the hour. Last month, 100 nations endorsed a U.N. resolution to condemn the annexation of Crimea. Earlier this month, the Parliamentary Assembly of the
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This Obamacare Snapshot Brought to You by John Roberts and the Tea Party
The New Republic Online - 4/16/2014
Gallup polling is offering yet snapshot of Obamacare’s progress. But this time the picture doesn’t merely tell us how many Americans are getting insurance. It also shows us where they are getting insurance.
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The Tragicomedy of the 9/11 Trial
The New Republic Online - 4/16/2014
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, CUBA — Frustration gripped Camp Justice this week. By Tuesday morning, Army Brig. Gen. Mark Martins, chief prosecutor for the 9/11 trials, sat glowering in the courtroom, drumming
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'They Grab You...But It's Okay'
The New Republic Online - 4/15/2014
In 1978, only 24 percent of teenage boys and 44 percent of girls thought it was never acceptable for men to force sex on women, according to a psychological survey of 432 teenagers in Los Angeles. Answering
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The Pulitzers Didn’t "Vindicate" Anything Except Good Journalism
The New Republic Online - 4/15/2014
On Monday, The Washington Post and Guardian U.S. won Pulitzer Prizes in the Public Service category for their coverage of the National Security Agency that relied on Edward Snowden’s disclosures. It was
The Pulitizers Didn’t "Vindicate" Anything Except Good Journalism The New Republic Online
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