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Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison / CP Op-Ed Contributors
You probably cannot find a more scholarly, measured, and careful writer than Michael Barone. When Michael Barone says the Obama administration views "Christianity bad, Islam good," people sit up and take notice.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is commanding big speaking fees. She regularly gets $200,000 for unburdening her mind on important topics of the day. Bill Clinton has topped all former presidents, however, in speaking for dollars.
Americans should shed no tears for Mubarak's departure. He stayed in power for thirty years the way the Tsar did: by combining secret police crackdowns combined with fanning the flames of anti-Semitism.
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In one of his first actions on entering the Oval Office, President Obama famously tossed the bust of Winston Churchill out into the snow. Well, only figuratively. But he wanted to make the point that Sir Winston was no longer in favor in the U.S.
President Obama's recent trip to the G-8 Summit in Belfast, Northern Ireland, included an address at the Waterfront hall. There, he criticized Catholic and Protestant schools and compared them to segregated schools in the U.S. when he was a boy. His ..
President Obama has made good use of his sense of humor. He has often used his wit to disarm his critics. He has, we admit, a sly sense of humor. And it serves him well. He loves to expose his critics to ridicule. He's actually much more appealing—an..
President Obama is suffering the not untypical reality of Second Term blues, or blahs. His administration is beset by scandals foreign and domestic. But his record can still be examined for a clear understanding of this president's preferences, namel..
A very significant date, March 4, 2013, passed virtually without notice. It was on that date that President Obama's tenure exceeded that of Abraham Lincoln. We can all give thanks to God, of course, that Mr. Obama's term in office has not been cut sh..
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