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There's nothing free about paid-for elections — unless everybody knows where the money came from. In post-reform America, too many are still giving large donations — but in the shadows.
Hillary Clinton's video to announce her candidacy borders on many themes, but she fails to adequately address what she is going to do for America, especially considering her amount of excessive baggage that her...
Excited protests against Indiana's recently passed religious freedom law have highlighted both America's growing support for same-sex marriage and our apparent incapacity to entertain more than one idea at a ti...
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is concerned about the seemingly growing racial divide in America and decided to use his considerable forum of 11,000 coffee shops to step up the conversation. However, it doesn't s...
In the wake of Republican Tom Schweich's suicide, we have the harrowing reminder that words can hurt and sometimes kill.
Now, in the litmus test du jour, Republican presidential candidates are being forced to indicate whether they agree with Giuliani and also whether they believe President Obama is a Christian who loves his count...
There's a very 2001 feel to President Obama's request for authorization to use military force and the nauseating sense that we'll be at war indefinitely.
At the end of the newscast — or the story or column — what matters most in journalism is credibility and public trust, both of which have suffered in recent years.
The conflict between individual rights and the greater good is a fundamental argument in a democracy, the success of which relies upon an educated rather than only radio-informed citizenry, as well as leaders w...
Forget E.F. Hutton. It's P.F. (Pope Francis) these days who, when he talks, people listen. ... Each time Francis speaks, his words are as shiny objects on a desert floor. We scramble to examine them, turning th...