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Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Op/Ed
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I always give books as gifts, but my method of delivery has moved into the 21st century. No more hard-cover tomes wrapped and tied in holiday cheer. more
New York state has been presented with a unique opportunity. For once, rather than being faced with a multi-billion-dollar deficit . . . more
“Rugby Road” is one of many University of Virginia fight songs, played by the school’s marching band at football games and sung by the men’s glee club at more gentlemanly affairs. more
When you’re traveling far from home, you don’t want to hear that the water heater exploded . . . more
Last week, a grand jury of nine whites and three blacks decided not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. more
Lately I’ve seen many stories about different species that are threatened with extinction. To that ever-growing list you can add the family doctor. more
If a half-eaten drumstick is your thing, consider the after-Thanksgiving. Not officially recognized, the Friday leftovers dinner following the big day should be honored. more
He has talked about it, and now he’s done it. After months of challenging Congress to act on illegal immigration, to pass legislation, the president has acted with the most expansive use of his presidential power. more
President Obama finally seems like he’s trying to get back in the game. Unfortunately, part of politics at his level is a game. more
For more than 40 years, my family has gathered around the same table on Thanksgiving to overdose on tryptophan, share the news of our lives, watch the kids wreck the house . . . more
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