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Palm greasing now has an app

November 6, 2014 Uber, the car-summoning service, got some flak not long ago for “surge” pricing. Customers complained about its policy of raising prices charged for trips at times of high deman. more »»

Testing doesn’t indicate destiny

November 5, 2014 Two days into his freshmen year of high school, I overheard my son recounting a conversation about I.Q. scores to his younger brothe. more »»

Hope for warmer, cheaper winter

November 3, 2014 On Tuesday, Oct. 7, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released their “Short-term Energy and Winter Fuels Outlook. more »»

Insisting on Ebola facts is cute

November 3, 2014 By the time you read this, it’s likely another politician has flashed his Doctors Without Degrees membership card and decreed another mandate that does nothing but fuel misinformation about Ebola. more »»

Our incurable disease? Spending

November 3, 2014 I have had a fulfilling career as a pediatric neurosurgeon, which unfortunately included numerous instances where worst-case scenarios played out in the operating room. more »»

Our incurable disease? Spending

November 3, 2014 I have had a fulfilling career as a pediatric neurosurgeon, which unfortunately included numerous instances where worst-case scenarios played out in the operating room. more »»

Sometimes government is essential

October 31, 2014 Two years ago, President Barack Obama was striding the beaches of New Jersey and spearheading the federal response to the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy. Gov. more »»

GOP story everyone is missing

October 31, 2014 The vast majority of political journalists — and I include some of my conservative colleagues — are missing a very big stor. more »»

Midterms: Obamacare looms

October 30, 2014 Try as they might, Democrats can’t underestimate it Some Democrats and their advocates in the press believe Obamacare, a year into implementation, is no longer much of a factor in the midterm... more »»

Sacrifice more for Ebola medics

October 30, 2014 No, it was not OK that Dr. Craig Spencer ran around New York City upon his return from treating Ebola patients in Guinea. more »»

Postmortems can be premature

October 28, 2014 Grantland Rice, a popular American sportswriter of the first half of the 20th century, gave us an often-quoted homily to sportsmanship: “For when the One Great Scorer comes to mark against your... more »»

Wisconsin’s ‘John Doe’ backfiring

October 28, 2014 WASHINGTON — The early morning paramilitary-style raids on citizens’ homes were conducted by law enforcement officers, sometimes wearing bulletproof vests and lugging battering rams, pounding on... more »»

Keystone Exams: no common sense

October 27, 2014 Do you remember a teacher who changed your life? One whose patience, encouragement and passion for learning stayed with you and made a difference in whom you are today? Now, do you remember a great... more »»

Prosecutors promoted for abusing power

October 27, 2014 A group of Washington overlords — federal prosecutors — sometimes break rules and wreck people’s lives. President Obama may soon appoint one of them to be America’s next Attorney General. more »»

Ebola fight is one that can be won

October 24, 2014 October brings with it a yearly epidemic that, depending on its severity, kills between 3,000 to 50,000 Americans. It’s called the flu. more »»

The fictitious war on women

October 24, 2014 DENVER — One of the wonders of this political moment is feminist contentment about the infantilization of women in the name of progressive politics. more »»

The secret weapon of Democrats

October 14, 2014 Bill Clinton campaigned in Arkansas last week, focusing on college campuses and urging students to support candidates like Mark Pryor, one of the most endangered Democrats in the Senate. more »»

Addressing the war on poverty

October 14, 2014 Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson declared “War on Poverty.” It sounded great to me. I was taught at Princeton, “We’re a rich country. more »»

Debates about war protocol hurt our efforts

October 1, 2014 Fox News host Bill O’Reilly wants a mercenary army to supply the ground forces in the latest installment of the war on terror. And it seems the smart set can’t stop laughing. more »»

Two parties show they’re anti-choice

October 1, 2014 Democrats often call themselves “pro-choice.” Republicans defend “freedom.” Unfortunately, neither party really believes in letting individuals do what we want. more »»

 
 
 

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