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Bureaucracy Could Backfire On Amphitheater Demolition

January 11, 2015 The Chautauqua Institution’s Board of Trustees is determined to demolish and replace the spiritual heart of this historic lakeside community, the Chautauqua Amphitheater. more »»

The Paralysis Of Europe

January 10, 2015 The massacre in Paris of the staff of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo was an act of terrorism, but also a successful act of war in the clash of civilizations between Islamism and the West. more »»

Why Is Civil Society Possible?

January 10, 2015 Nature is harsh. It follows certain rules that are absolutely unbreakable. Gravity prevails even if imminent death awaits its pull. Nature pays no heed to human needs or desires. more »»

Liberals’ Use Of Black People, Part II

January 9, 2015 Last week’s column focused on the ways liberals use blacks in pursuit of their leftist agenda, plus their demeaning attitudes toward black people. Most demeaning are their double standards. more »»

#JeSuisCharlie

January 9, 2015 This terrible thing happened. Three hooded men armed with Kalashnikov assault rifles seized a magazine newsroom in Paris and murdered many of the journalists meeting there. more »»

Bill Clinton And The Company He Keeps

January 8, 2015 It is from an Aesop fable we get the phrase, “A man is known by the company he keeps. more »»

The ‘Equality’ Racket

January 8, 2015 Some time ago, burglars in England scrawled a message on the wall of a home they had looted: “Rich Bastard. more »»

Mario Cuomo, A Faithful New Yorker

January 7, 2015 WASHINGTON — Most politicians would do anything to become president. more »»

A Genuine Heavyweight

January 7, 2015 There is a shorthand people around politics use when measuring potential presidents: Is this candidate really a “heavyweight” — meaning an individual of seriousness, intelligence and gravity — or is... more »»

The End Of The Longest War

January 4, 2015 While it was in the news, the official end of America’s longest war failed to make headlines and chances are, it failed to garner your attention. I find this somewhat surprising. more »»

Regulatory Buffering And The Speed Of Innovation

January 4, 2015 As 2014 comes to a close, a major decision by the FCC looms ahead—whether to impose a regulatory mandate for net neutrality under its common carrier legal authority. more »»

Septic Systems On The Lake

January 4, 2015 In a rather nuanced way, the county’s recent study targeted the inadequacy of existing individual septic systems around the lak. more »»

EU Court Is Wrong: Obesity Is Not A Disability

January 4, 2015 The European Court of Justice has ruled that obesity can be a disability if it hinders “full and effective participation” at work. more »»

The Senator To Watch In 2015

January 4, 2015 WASHINGTON — Standing at the intersection of three foreign policy crises and a perennial constitutional tension, Bob Corker, R-Tenn. more »»

Remove The Fear In 2015

January 4, 2015 One of my wishes for the new year is less fear. For we are a people gripped by fear these days. And such fear is not our friend. It is not the fear of calamity that concerns m. more »»

Is War In The Cards For 2015?

January 3, 2015 “If you see 10 troubles coming down the road, you can be sure that nine will run into the ditch before they reach you,” said Calvin Coolidge, whose portrait hung in the Cabinet Room of the Reagan... more »»

Ownership, Goals, And Central Planning

January 3, 2015 People establish businesses and other private organizations for specific purposes, arranging systems of assets and people to achieve their goals. more »»

A Year Of Anniversaries

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

America Interrupted

January 1, 2015 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 »»

U.S. Torture Was Illegal, But Nobody Is Likely To Be Punished

December 31, 2014 WASHINGTON — In a rare case of editorial initiative, the New York Times editorial board has flatly called for an investigation of former Vice President Dick Cheney and other prominent George W. more »»

 
 
 

 

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