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  • The strange tension between theology and science
    In the late 1920s, astronomer Edwin Hubble established that the light we detect from galaxies is shifted toward the redder colors of the spectrum, indicating that they are moving away fr...
  • The court stacks the deck against minorities
    Affirmative action has opened doors for disadvantaged minorities and made this a fairer, more equal society. The Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts apparently wants no more o...
  • Finally getting it right on affirmative action
    Every once in a while a great, conflicted country gets an insoluble problem exactly right. Such is the Supreme Court’s ruling this week on affirmative action . It upheld a Michigan refer...
  • College is not a losing investment
    College enrollment is dropping again — and that’s a bad thing. A Labor Department report released this week finds that the share of young people enrolled in college by the October after ...
  • America should work to bring Asia into the club
    Foreign policy commands attention when it is crisis management. A street revolt breaks out in Egypt or Libya or Ukraine, and everyone asks how the president of the United States should r...

Washington Post - Sunday OutlookWashington Post - Sunday Outlook

  • Romney’s tax plan, by the numbers
    There are three fallacies and two dangers at the heart of Mitt Romney’s tax policy. Romney has been appropriately chided for dangling the promise of lower rates — with unpleasant details...
  • Dail Dinwiddie, missing and still missed
    I’ve written variations of this column a couple of times over the past 20 years, but certain occasions bear revisiting — and surely the disappearance of a friend is one. Dail Dinwiddie w...
  • A ‘hit man’ for Hillary Clinton
    For one hour on Sunday afternoon, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Philippe Reines was behaving most undiplomatically . He had been engaged in a testy e-mail exchange with a journalis...
  • Redistributing wealth upward
    Which is the more redistributionist of our two parties? In recent decades, as Republicans have devoted themselves with laser-like intensity to redistributing America’s wealth and income ...
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USA Today - OpinionUSA Today - Opinion

Los Angeles Times - CommentaryLos Angeles Times - Commentary

  • For California's sake, Irwindale needs to save its Sriracha plant
    There's no need to drive business away from the city – and possibly the state – when sauce maker Huy Fong Foods is working toward a compromise. Something stinks in Irwindale. ...
  • Calculating the costs of pollution
    The EPA's rule on mercury will save lives. Last week, a divided court of appeals upheld what may well be the most important environmental rule in the nation's history: the Environmental P...
  • Another try at a neutral Net
    The FCC wants to preserve competition and innovation. Will its proposed new rules do that? Eager to preserve the Internet's openness but not to be rebuked again by the courts, the Federal...
  • Regulating e-cigarettes: It's about time
    New but overdue e-cigarettes regulations are appropriately strong in many ways. But more is needed. It has taken far too long for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to impose regulatio...
  • Coming soon, a spring thaw with Cuba?
    A current is emerging in the U.S. attitude toward Cuba that appears more favorable to improved relations. " Ay Obama/Ay Obama

CBS News - OpinionCBS News - Opinion

MSNBC - ViewpointsMSNBC - Viewpoints

NPR - OpinionNPR - Opinion

Wall Street Journal - OpinionWall Street Journal - Opinion

MarketWatch - CommentaryMarketWatch - Commentary

Forbes.com - OpinionsForbes.com - Opinions

U.S. News - OpinionU.S. News - Opinion

Miami Herald - OpinionMiami Herald - Opinion

Miami Herald - Issues & IdeasMiami Herald - Issues & Ideas

Miami Herald - Fred GrimmMiami Herald - Fred Grimm

Miami Herald - Beth ReinhardMiami Herald - Beth Reinhard

Miami Herald - Jackie Bueno SousaMiami Herald - Jackie Bueno Sousa

Miami Herald - Myriam MarquezMiami Herald - Myriam Marquez

Miami Herald - Andres OppenheimerMiami Herald - Andres Oppenheimer

Miami Herald - Leonard Pitts Jr.Miami Herald - Leonard Pitts Jr.

Miami Herald - Dave BarryMiami Herald - Dave Barry

  • Learning to love the computer, warts and all
    At least once per day, without fail, my computer, like every computer I have ever owned, has some kind of emotional breakdown. It simply stops working - often when I'm not touching it - a...
  • The Easter Bunny Caper
    Like most people, you probably often ask yourself: ''What, exactly, are my legal rights if I am wearing a bunny outfit?''
  • Pray for an asteroid
    Perhaps you are one of the many Americans who are afraid of preparing their own income-tax returns. If so, let me offer these words of encouragement: You stupid idiot.
  • The lobster rebellion
    (This Dave Barry column was originally published Sunday, January 28, 1996) I am pleased to report that the scientific community has finally stopped wasting time on the origins of the uni...
  • Mindless in Mickeytown
    (This Dave Barry column was originally published March 30, 2003.) Every year, we return to Orlando. Instinct makes us do this. We are like the salmon who must swim upstream to spawn, and...

Miami Herald - Ana Veciana SuarezMiami Herald - Ana Veciana Suarez

Miami Herald - Cindy Krischer GoodmanMiami Herald - Cindy Krischer Goodman

Chicago Tribune - OpinionChicago Tribune - Opinion

Chicago Tribune - John KassChicago Tribune - John Kass

San Francisco Chronicle - C.W. NeviusSan Francisco Chronicle - C.W. Nevius

  • Weddings resume - City Hall to stay open on weekend
    Weddings resume - City Hall to stay open on weekend [...] it came down to a tattered strip of black tape on a linoleum floor in San Francisco City Hall. The tape marks the spot where cou...
  • Hormel heir made history as 1st openly gay ambassador
    Early on a sunny San Francisco morning, the Supreme Court announced that part of the deeply disliked Defense of Marriage Act was unconstitutional and same-sex couples can once again marry...
  • Tenderloin toilet project has lofty goals
    [...] imagine if it was placed smack in the middle of Pee Central, one of the city's most notorious open-air toilets, right in the Tenderloin. [...] unlike the abandoned idea of Porta Pot...
  • Cell phone thefts boon for carriers
    Police Chief Greg Suhr says that a monthlong survey of property crimes in the Tenderloin showed that 59 percent involved some sort of mobile device - the majority of which were cell phone...
  • Super Bowl L could be just the beginning
    Ever since the Bay Area made a bid for the Super Bowl, people have been saying: Over the years, the Super Bowl game has almost become secondary to the parties and events in the preceding ...

San Francisco Chronicle - Matier & RossSan Francisco Chronicle - Matier & Ross

  • KTVU producers fired over Asiana pilots' fake names
    KTVU-TV has dismissed at least three veteran producers over the on-air gaffe involving the fake names of those Asiana airline pilots that became an instant YouTube hit - and a major embar...
  • Cyclist pleads guilty in Castro crosswalk death
    In what San Francisco prosecutors call the first conviction of its kind, a bicyclist who fatally struck a 71-year-old pedestrian in a Castro neighborhood sidewalk last year has pleaded gu...
  • Bay Bridge shock absorbers spring leak
    While broken bolts on the new eastern span of the Bay Bridge are commanding everyone's attention, Caltrans has another problem on its hands - 96 seismic shock absorbers on the western spa...
  • Prop. 8 judge not surprised by Supreme Court ruling
    Vaughn Walker, the retired federal judge who first struck down California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, was working out at the gym when Wednesday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling ...
  • Niners' stadium will carry Levi's tag
    The naming rights agreement - which will help the Niners pay for their $1.2 billion stadium, scheduled to open for the 2014 season - was announced Wednesday in a news conference at Levi's...

San Francisco Chronicle - Chip JohnsonSan Francisco Chronicle - Chip Johnson

  • In Oakland, learning to live with crime
    Oakland resident Beth Maher arrived home around 10 p.m. one day last week to find her husband and their three kids standing outside in the yard. They had called 911 about 90 minutes earli...
  • Report: Oakland 100 blocks plan full of holes
    Oakland Mayor Jean Quan launched her crime initiative last fall and has been criticized for failing to discuss the details in public. It's true. There is no map that identifies the bounda...
  • Officer-involved shootings a trend nationwide
    Oakland is the Bay Area city that grabs headlines for officer-involved shootings, but is by no means the only city dealing with this kind of trouble Since May 6, there have been five offi...
  • 71 Oakland School for Arts grads going to college
    On Friday, when seniors of the Oakland School for the Arts march across the stage at the Fox Theater to receive their diplomas, many of them will be headed to some of the most prestigious...
  • Oakland streets safer as police, feds clamp down
    A joint effort between Oakland police and federal law enforcement agents has created a reverse rapture on the streets of Oakland. Sixty of the city's worst criminals slowly but surely van...

Christian Science Monitor - PoliticsChristian Science Monitor - Politics

MSNBC - The Exit InterviewsMSNBC - The Exit Interviews

MSNBC - First ReadMSNBC - First Read

Yahoo! News - Politics Op/EdYahoo! News - Politics Op/Ed

TheStreet.com - Adam FeuersteinTheStreet.com - Adam Feuerstein

AOL News - OpinionAOL News - Opinion

  • Mysterious New Weapon Revealed?
    Mysterious New Weapon Revealed? OSGEOINT A satellite captured this rare glimpse at a secretive US defense site -- and the bizarre shape of the object on the right has experts salivating....
  • Kim Involves Kris' Ex in Divorce Case
    Kim Involves Kris' Ex in Divorce Case Getty Images Kardashian & Humphries are in the process of settling their divorce -- but what she just threw on the table may change how much he gets...
  • 'Knots Landing' Star Hasn't Aged
    'Knots Landing' Star Hasn't Aged Getty Images Donna Mills hasn't been in the spotlight much since the famed soap opera ended, but she reappeared at a recent event looking amazing. What s...
  • Walgreen's Makes Big Announcement
    Walgreen's Makes Big Announcement Getty Images With 7,890 drugstores throughout the US and Puerto Rico, it's already the nation's largest drug store chain. Now, it's getting bigger. What...
  • Woman Allegedly Groped TSA Agent
    Woman Allegedly Groped TSA Agent NBC2 Most passengers are used to security pat downs. Carol Jean Price had a more confrontational reaction -- and it's led to a battery charge. Awkward in...

PopEater - Pop EdPopEater - Pop Ed

New York Observer - OpinionNew York Observer - Opinion

Salon - Joan WalshSalon - Joan Walsh

Salon - Glenn GreenwaldSalon - Glenn Greenwald

Slate - The Big IdeaSlate - The Big Idea

  • Maybe Bowling Alone Isn’t So Bad
    When Alexis de Tocqueville made his storied visit to America in the 1830s, he observed with admiration the abundance of civic associations, which he believed contributed to the vibrancy ...
  • Born This Way?
    “Baby, you were born this way.” As soon as Lady Gaga sang these words on her smash hit Born This Way, they became a rallying cry for gay people around the world, an anthem for sexual min...
  • How Ira Glass Gets People to Talk
    The public radio show This American Life is at once old school and ahead of its time. A weekly hourlong program divided into acts, the show’s stock and trade are character-driven stories...
  • Corrections
    In a June 27 " Crime " blog post, Justin Peters originally stated that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is 20 years old. He is 19.
  • I Don’t Feel Your Pain
    George Zimmerman followed Trayvon Martin because he perceived him as dangerous. The defense argues he was, the prosecution argues he wasn’t. No one, of course, argues that Zimmerman appr...

Slate - ExplainerSlate - Explainer

Slate - Fighting WordsSlate - Fighting Words

  • Beware the In-Laws
    Back in 2011, Christopher Hitchens tried to warn Kate Middleton away from the dreary dutifulness of life in the royal family. But now not only are they married, Kate and Prince William h...
  • Magni Catholica Super Teges
    Animi et corporis fluctuatio deinceps Benedictus XVI edidit consilium de papatu abdicandum fine Februarii. Abdicare se papa primus fere sex vocant centurias. MMX, sicut allegationibus pe...
  • The Last Word
    The following is Carol Blue’s afterword to her husband Christopher Hitchens’ book Mortality , out in September from Twelve. Christopher Hitchens and Carol Blue
  • “I’m Not Fighting or Battling Cancer—It’s Fighting Me.”
    Publisher’s note: These fragmentary jottings, published as the last chapter of Christopher Hitchens’ new book, Mortality , were left unfinished at the time of Hitchens’ death in December...
  • A Cuban Dissident Remembers Hitchens
    On Dec. 31, 1995, the phone rang, and I answered. Christopher Hitchens passed away on Dec. 15

Slate - OpinionSlate - Opinion

  • The Cold War Is Back
    For those who think that Edward Snowden deserves arrest or worse, cheer yourselves with the thought that Sheremetyevo International Airport might possibly be the most soul-destroying, mo...
  • A House Divided
    BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa—Billyboy Ramahlele heard the riot before he saw it. It was a February evening in 1996, autumn in South Africa, when cooling breezes from the Cape of Good Hope ...
  • “If You Work Together, You Start Understanding Each Other”
    JERUSALEM— One of Israel's new political stars is a successful businessman turned politician: Naftali Bennett, 41, whose party, Habayit Hayehudi (the Jewish Home), won 12 seats in Parlia...
  • “We Can't Let the Iranian Regime Play This Game”
    JERUSALEM—Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Lally Weymouth on Thursday in Jerusalem about how he sees the situation in Israel and across the region. Excerpts: Israeli ...
  • “Countries Have to Be on the Move Constantly”
    JERUSALEM— Yair Lapid, 49, a former television anchor and journalist, is a rising political star in Israel. He surprised Israelis in the recent election when his new party, Yesh Atid, be...

Slate - The Has-BeenSlate - The Has-Been

  • Maybe Bowling Alone Isn’t So Bad
    When Alexis de Tocqueville made his storied visit to America in the 1830s, he observed with admiration the abundance of civic associations, which he believed contributed to the vibrancy ...
  • Born This Way?
    “Baby, you were born this way.” As soon as Lady Gaga sang these words on her smash hit Born This Way, they became a rallying cry for gay people around the world, an anthem for sexual min...
  • How Ira Glass Gets People to Talk
    The public radio show This American Life is at once old school and ahead of its time. A weekly hourlong program divided into acts, the show’s stock and trade are character-driven stories...
  • Corrections
    In a June 27 " Crime " blog post, Justin Peters originally stated that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is 20 years old. He is 19.
  • I Don’t Feel Your Pain
    George Zimmerman followed Trayvon Martin because he perceived him as dangerous. The defense argues he was, the prosecution argues he wasn’t. No one, of course, argues that Zimmerman appr...

Slate - JurisprudenceSlate - Jurisprudence

  • What We Talk About When We Talk About Talking About Race
    Is it OK if we talk about race for a minute? Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Chief Justice John Roberts following Sotomayor's investiture ceremony on Sept. 8, 2009.
  • Before Bundy Ranch
    Constitutional vigilantism of the type on display at Bundy Ranch last week has been a recurrent feature on the margins of American political life. What is new—and dangerous—is that it ha...
  • OK, Michigan Can Ban Affirmative Action
    On the surface, the Supreme Court’s decision today to uphold Michigan’s ban on affirmative action looks pretty placid. “This case is not about the constitutionality, or the merits, of ra...
  • The Top 12 Government Programs Ever
    Which federal programs and policies succeed in being cost-effective and targeting those who need them most? These two tests are obvious: After all, why would we spend taxpayers’ money on...
  • Rotten Apple
    Apple, it’s over. I’m breaking up with you. Because of your tax-ducking ways, I won’t buy another phone or computer or tablet or even song from you. This was not an easy decision. My ver...

Slate - Press BoxSlate - Press Box

  • Print vs. Online
    A little over five years ago, I announced that I was canceling my subscription to the New York Times . My cancellation wasn't in protest of Times coverage of the Middle East, ethnic mino...
  • An Assignment for the Wall Street Journal Editorial Page
    Unless you're an ombudsman, it's dang difficult to write about the publication or the company that employs you. First, you've got to worry about getting fired if you write too critically...
  • Wolf Blitzer, Null Set
    Could Wolf Blitzer be any duller than when he anchors The Situation Room for CNN? CNN's Wolf Blitzer
  • Murdoch's Metastasizing Migraine
    How will Rupert Murdoch's minions—including his son James—wriggle out of this one? Rupert Murdoch's phone-hacking scandal won't go away
  • Bloggers, Not Parasites
    The next time you catch a full-of-himself newspaper journalist bitching about bloggers ripping him off or a publisher bellyaching about his intellectual-property rights being violated by...

Slate - War StoriesSlate - War Stories

  • Maybe Bowling Alone Isn’t So Bad
    When Alexis de Tocqueville made his storied visit to America in the 1830s, he observed with admiration the abundance of civic associations, which he believed contributed to the vibrancy ...
  • Born This Way?
    “Baby, you were born this way.” As soon as Lady Gaga sang these words on her smash hit Born This Way, they became a rallying cry for gay people around the world, an anthem for sexual min...
  • How Ira Glass Gets People to Talk
    The public radio show This American Life is at once old school and ahead of its time. A weekly hourlong program divided into acts, the show’s stock and trade are character-driven stories...
  • Corrections
    In a June 27 " Crime " blog post, Justin Peters originally stated that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is 20 years old. He is 19.
  • I Don’t Feel Your Pain
    George Zimmerman followed Trayvon Martin because he perceived him as dangerous. The defense argues he was, the prosecution argues he wasn’t. No one, of course, argues that Zimmerman appr...

Barron's - Barron's InterviewBarron's - Barron's Interview

All Things Digital - VoicesAll Things Digital - Voices

  • HP Affirms Higher-End Layoffs Figure
    Hewlett-Packard Co. confirmed it has increased by 5,000 the number of layoffs it plans to implement under the restructuring plan it adopted in May 2012, bringing the expected number of jo...
  • Apple Feud Deepens With Court-Appointed Monitor
    A feud between Apple Inc. and a lawyer appointed by a federal court judge to monitor the company's e-book pricing reform became even more acrimonious Monday.
  • The NSA and the Corrosion of Silicon Valley
    The dolphin in the tuna net is us -- our industry, our work, and the social fabric of our community.
  • Acer Sees Senior Executive Departures
    Acer Inc. said Monday that three senior executives had recently left the company and some of them won't be replaced as the embattled personal-computer maker tries to keep costs low.
  • LG to Unveil webOS-Powered TV
    South Korea’s LG Electronics Inc. will soon take the veils off a television model that will run on the webOS operating system, highlighting its ambition of creating a prominent operating ...

Financial News - CommentFinancial News - Comment

Rolling Stone - PoliticsRolling Stone - Politics

The AmericanThe American

  • The Proper Size of Government
    Based on a large body of empirical research examining the relationship between the size of government and economic outcomes, the United States should scale back.
  • Why the Patient CARE Act Proposal Isn’t Ready to Replace Obamacare
    Capitol Hill Republicans’ latest plan to replace the Affordable Care Act falls short of what is needed to reverse the downward drift of our over-regulated, over-subsidized, and over-polit...
  • Tribal Wisdom in Modern Times
    An ambitious new book grapples with some of the thorniest socio-moral questions ever to have bedeviled political philosophers, falling short when it attempts to apply its meta-morality to...
  • Senator Warren Gets Taken In by a False Analysis
    A St. Louis Fed paper is being cited as 'proof' that affordable housing goals did not contribute to the subprime mortgage boom. While it might delight some lawmakers by supporting their p...
  • Tempest at a Tea Party
    For 50 years, the IRS has been exceeding its authority. The agency should get out of the business of regulating political speech.

The Atlantic - NationalThe Atlantic - National

  • The League of Extraordinary Black Gentlemen
    "As an upper-middle-class black male, I am seen as part of the solution class tasked with rescuing my nation from its problem and my race from itself."
  • Will the Supreme Court Address Louisiana's Flawed Jury System?
    By allowing non-unanimous verdicts in murder trials, the state makes it possible for prosecutors to accept minority jurors—and then discount their views.
  • Should Courts Stay Out of the Race Business?
    Based on their opinion in yesterday's affirmative action case, three Supreme Court justices seem to think that minority rights should be left in the hands of voters.
  • How to Sell Pope Francis
    A small, Jesuit publishing house in Chicago won the bid to print the pontiff's first collection of writings in the U.S. But this isn't just any mass-market book—and it's tricky to build a...
  • A Song of America's Downtowns
    A heartening surprise of our travel so far: the breadth, seriousness, and—in some places—success of the effort to revitalize small-town downtowns. Or, what 3 programmers from Uzbekistan t...

The Atlantic - PoliticsThe Atlantic - Politics

The Atlantic - InternationalThe Atlantic - International

Harper's MagazineHarper's Magazine

The Hill - ColumnistsThe Hill - Columnists

The Hill - Opinion

Roll Call - Op-Ed

Roll Call - Columnists

National ReviewNational Review

  • Jackie Robinson’s Achievement
    B efore he triumphed over prejudice, Jackie Robinson triumphed over himself. The signal achievements of the pioneering baseball star, whose story is recounted in the top-grossing biopic ...
  • Sragow’s Leftist Rants
    L ast week, a student at the University of Southern California released 15 minutes of excerpts from videos he had made of his political-science professor, Darry Sragow. Here is some of w...
  • The Fact-Free Gun-Control Crusade
    A mid all the heated, emotional advocacy of gun control, have you ever heard even one person present convincing hard evidence that tighter gun-control laws have in fact reduced murders? ...
  • Khalid Muntasir: A Tiny Green Shoot
    T o understand the magnitude of what Egyptian columnist Khalid Muntasir has done, it helps to get a taste of what most Egyptian and Arab media are like. In Egypt, expressions of vicious ...
  • Falling Gold Is a Good Thing
    I n the last two days gold has plunged so deep that it’s being called the worst drop — at least in percentage terms — in 30 years. That brings us back to the early Reag...

Reason MagazineReason Magazine

  • Paying for Obamacare
    From the earliest days of Barack Obama’s presidency, much of the debate about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—the health care law known as Obamacare—has revolved around qu...
  • Democracy and Affirmative Action
    The question of racial preferences in university admissions has bedeviled the nation for decades. In 2003, the Supreme Court finally issued a verdict that gave something to either side o...
  • Mozilla's Denelle Dixon-Thayer: Trading Away Your Privacy
    Don’t trust Facebook or Google with your personal information? You’re not alone. A recent Reason-Rupe poll found that when it comes to their personal info, more Americans trust even the ...
  • Rand Paul Is Right: Carter Was Thriftier Than Reagan
    Note: This story has been updated by the author at 12 noon ET. Mother Jones does love found footage, doesn't it? The progressive mag's airing of Mitt Romney's  "47 percent"  comments at ...
  • Forgetting Jefferson
    Politics on a Human Scale: The American Tradition of Decentralism , by Jeff Taylor, Lexington Books, 581 pages, $54.99 Is America's Jeffersonian decentralist tradition alive, comatose, o...

The Week - BullpenThe Week - Bullpen

The Week - In-depth BriefingThe Week - In-depth Briefing

  • The Chuck Hagel filibuster: What do Republicans want?
    Republicans don't want to filibuster Chuck Hagel's nomination to be the next secretary of defense, says Rachel Weiner at The Washington Post . They just want to require a 60-vote thresho...
  • The assault weapon: An instant guide
    What is an assault weapon? The term is notoriously difficult to define. Colloquially, it is used to describe commercially sold semiautomatic rifles with military-style features, includin...
  • Working, but still poor
    Who are the working poor ? They're the millions of people who have jobs that leave them mired at the edge of poverty. Their ranks include legions of retail clerks at chains like Walmart,...
  • Chuck Hagel: Shaped by Vietnam
    What is Hagel's background? He comes from humble stock. Born in Nebraska, Hagel grew up poor and constantly on the move. His father was a World War II veteran who had bad health and a dr...
  • Epigenetics: How our experiences affect our offspring
    Isn't our genetic legacy hardwired? From Mendel and Darwin in the 19th century to Watson and Crick in the 20th, scientists have shown that chromosomes passed from parent to child form a ...
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