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Don’t get on Cuban resurgence

January 9, 2015 President Obama recently advocated changing the U.S. government’s economic and political relationships with Cuba with the hope of improving the economic and political circumstances of Cuban citizen. more »»

Fruits of labor: More Americans must share gains

January 7, 2015 The latest employment numbers are heartening evidence that the nation’s labor market is showing substantial recovery. more »»

Fruits of labor: More Americans must share gains

January 7, 2015 The latest employment numbers are heartening evidence that the nation’s labor market is showing substantial recovery. more »»

Optimism on tap for ’15

January 7, 2015 Politics and the economy are both looking up. President Obama’s big-government spending, planning and executive-branch overreach were crushed at the polls. Elections matter. more »»

Truth is, country flies blind

January 7, 2015 There’s an old joke in the newspaper business, now immortal on the Internet: “The Wall Street Journal is read by the people who run the country. more »»

For Legislature, time is now

January 6, 2015 Today the General Assembly embarks on a new legislative session. more »»

Transparency should be the priority

January 5, 2015 The Pennsylvania state Ethics Commission’s built-in handicaps sharply limit its ability to police, or even effectively monitor, ethical breaches in the conduct of public business by lawmakers and... more »»

Technology, not politics, leading way

January 5, 2015 For decades, American presidents urged the American people to reduce our reliance on foreign oil imports by conserving energy. Nothing worked. more »»

David Koch loves Manhattan

January 5, 2015 One may start the day at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. On the way in, you’ll pass through the new David H. Koch Plaza — the result of a $65 million gift from David H. Koch. more »»

Judge strikes blow against laws blocking competition

January 5, 2015 Mighty oaks from little acorns grow, so last year’s most encouraging development in governance might have occurred in February in a U.S. District Court in Frankfort, K. more »»

2014 a year of anniversaries

January 1, 2015 2014 has been a year of anniversarie. more »»

There’s been good news as 2014 ticks off

December 31, 2014 With the new year approaching, everyone is taking a look back at 2014. more »»

It’s America that’s interrupted

December 31, 2014 In the film, “Girl Interrupted,” Winona Ryder plays an 18-year-old who enters a mental institution for what is diagnosed as borderline personality disorder. more »»

The resurgence of communism

December 30, 2014 Few, if any, would have guessed that as we arrive at the end of 2014, Barack Obama would give a Christmas present to communists around the worl. more »»

Lying about police must be stopped

December 30, 2014 We have heard a lot lately about tensions between the police and the communities that they serve, and the urgent need to reduce them. Here’s an easy first step: Stop lying about the cops. more »»

Unzipping the Warren package

December 27, 2014 They like her style. Many liberals adore Elizabeth Warren’s populist passion for denouncing predatory conduct by Wall Street — and her linking it to growing income inequalit. more »»

Important parts of ‘Unbroken’ missing

December 27, 2014 NEW YORK — I wanted to like the movie because I love the book. Laura Hillenbrand’s bestseller, “Unbroken,” is a classic. more »»

Economy stronger after shaky start

December 27, 2014 WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy flexed its old muscles in 2014. more »»

Tsunami remembered with tears

December 27, 2014 PERELIYA, Sri Lanka — A packed train in Sri Lanka that was swept off the tracks by waves as big as elephants. A boat patrolling off Thailand’s shore hurled more than a mile inland. more »»

Tsunami remembered with tears

December 27, 2014 PERELIYA, Sri Lanka — A packed train in Sri Lanka that was swept off the tracks by waves as big as elephants. A boat patrolling off Thailand’s shore hurled more than a mile inland. more »»

 
 
 

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