In his Aug.10 op-ed column, Hindsight from Iraq , Fred Hiatt explained his support for President Obama's Iran nuclear agreement but faulted the president for equating his opponents with those who in 2002 supported invading Iraq. Mr.Hiatt is right ... Washington Post, 1 week ago
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Regarding Fred Hiatt's June 15 op-ed column, Obamanomics, sidetracked:Policies aimed at redistribution of income and wealth do not come exclusively from the left. We have had more than 30 years of radical redistribution from the right, in the form ...Washington Post, 2 months ago
By , A s Americans gathered in cities across the country to celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage, several thousand Turks also tried to march in support of rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Police in Istanbul ...Washington Post, 1 month ago
By , President Obama recently expressed his frustration at dysfunction in Washington. Congress doesn't work the way it should. Issues are left untended. Folks are more interested in scoring political points than getting things done, the ...Washington Post, 1 month ago
Marching in lockstep with Israeli hardliners, American neocons are aiming their heavy media artillery at the Iran nuclear deal as a necessary first step toward another regime change war in the Mideast and they are furious when anyone mentions the ...Global Research, 1 week ago
-- Reprinted from Consortium News President George W. Bush pauses for applause during his State of the Union Address on Jan. 28, 2003, when he made a fraudulent case for invading Iraq. Seated behind him are Vice President Dick Cheney and House ...OpEdNews.com, 1 week ago
Insight By Kathleen Parker Published August 17, 2015 It is that sane and glorious time when the nation's capital dispenses its human cargo to places of origin and locations of respite. "I don't know why everyone ...Jewish World Review, 1 week ago Parker: Time to think: August in Washington Washington Post, 1 week ago
Having escaped accountability for the Iraq War disaster, U.S. neocons are urging the use of more military force in the Mideast, in line with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's demand to block the Iran nuclear deal. From their important perches of ...Consortium News, 1 week ago
By , THERES A distinct passive-aggressive quality to the sudden, sharp currency devaluation by China that roiled the world's financial markets this week. Beijing itself framed the move as a mere adaptation to the wishes of others, specifically, ...Washington Post, 1 week ago
By , If anything's constant in American political life, it's the stable two-party system, jostled occasionally by third-party presidential challengers such as Ross Perot in 1992 and 1996 or Theodore Roosevelt in 1912. Yet, more rarely, at ...Washington Post, 2 weeks ago Are we headed for a four-party moment? Washington Post, 2 weeks ago
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