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Leonard Pitts: A breath of fresh air from the Vatican

Posted 11/15/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Leonard Pitts: Mr. President, you lied

Posted 11/14/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Kathleen Parker: Doubling down on double standards

Posted 11/14/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Susan Estrich: Cancellation politics

Posted 11/13/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Thomas Sowell: Tea Party at the crossroads

Posted 11/12/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Rheta Johnson: Country mouse in a city trap

Posted 11/9/2013 in National Columns

ATLANTA -- In 1994, I borrowed the truck that hauled the loaner bed to the thinly disguised doublewide I was renting outside of Atlanta.

 

 

Susan Estrich: The Tsongas Bill

Posted 11/9/2013 in National Columns

That's what it was called back in 1979, when Paul Tsongas, the freshman senator from Massachusetts, introduced a bill to amend Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to add sexual orientation to the list (which already included race, religion and sex) of things you couldn't (absent narrow exceptions) base employment decisions on.

 

 

Leonard Pitts: For adults, there's no room for childish behavior

Posted 11/9/2013 in National Columns

Boys will be boys. Strip away the extraneous verbiage and that is what much of the defense of Richie Incognito boils down to. Incognito, a Miami Dolphins lineman, was booted from the team a few days ago -- perhaps permanently -- for abusive conduct, racist language and bullying behavior toward fellow lineman Jonathan Martin. Incognito's teammates are firmly on his side.

 

Kathleen Parker: Obamacare Rx: a well-delivered apology

Posted 11/9/2013 in National Columns

President Obama is no lip-biting, tear-streaked, chin-trembling apologist.

 

Kathleen Parker: The sin of omission in Obamacare

Posted 11/8/2013 in National Columns

Among the many rules I grew up with, two stand out. The first was to never call someone a liar, which was considered the worst character indictment one could issue. The accuser had best be prepared to fight or be fleet of foot.

 

 

Leonard Pitts: Think you're being watched? Maybe you are

Posted 11/7/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Susan Estrich: The brave men and women of the TSA

Posted 11/6/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Clarence Page: Shakespeare echoes in today's politics

Posted 11/6/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Froma Harrop: Eyes will dry over Obamacare

Posted 11/5/2013 in National Columns

 

Charles Krauthammer: Obamacare laid bare

Posted 11/2/2013 in National Columns

Every disaster has its moment of clarity. Physicist Richard Feynman dunks an O-ring into ice water and everyone understands instantly why the shuttle Challenger exploded. This week, the Obamacare O-ring froze for all the world to see: Hundreds of thousands of cancellation letters went out to people who had been assured a dozen times by the president that "If you like your health-care plan, you'll be able to keep your health-care plan. Period."

 

Froma Harrop: The problem With Twitter

Posted 10/31/2013 in National Columns

 

 

Leonard Pitts: A little praise for the dull and competent

Posted 10/26/2013 in National Columns

Let us now praise competence. The praise is overdue. Competence is like the dull, but reliable husband a woman spurns for some sexy stranger with a flashy car. Then she finds out her new fellow has the manners of a pig, the depth of a wading pool and absolutely no interest in helping her study for her real estate license. Suddenly, dull and reliable don't seem nearly so bad.

 

Kathleen Parker: The White House Comedy Club

Posted 10/26/2013 in National Columns

While the nation's attention has been riveted on the Keystone Congress, the executive branch was busy developing its own comedy routine. Picture the cast (you know the characters) shrugging their shoulders in unison: "Who, me?"

 

Froma Harrop: What makes art valuable, really?

Posted 10/26/2013 in National Columns

The amazing story of Pei-Shen Qian has given the art world pause. A struggling Chinese immigrant, Qian painted fake works attributed to the stars of abstract expressionism -- Jackson Pollock, Barnett Newman, Robert Motherwell.

 

 

Behind every great woman

Posted 10/24/2013 in National Columns

Most Americans of a certain age grew up hearing the adage: "Behind every great man is a great woman," or some variation thereof. The meaning is clear, though its origin less so.

 

 

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