Adoor creaks -- metaphorically, of course -- and a metaphorical breeze slinks into the room. American foreign policy is beginning to change -- possibly renewing itself after an unprepossessing time

Asickening act of youth violence in Florida glinted across the news headlines last week, and then disappeared from view. There will be no CNN town halls or student walkouts over

On a single weekend in mid-March, the dictator of Russia was reaffirmed in his official estate with 76.77 percent of the vote, after an election characterized by international observers as

So people are marching because students in gun-free zones have been killed by mentally sick people who should not have access to guns (marches mostly financed by gun-control groups). Why

Hillary Clinton’s abhorrent remarks in Mumbai, India, last week warrant our attention because, like it or not, they represent the thinking of a large swath of the modern Democratic Party.

There are a couple of important economic lessons the American people should learn. I’m going to title one “the seen and unseen” and the other “narrow welldefined large benefits versus

Dear Mr. Munoz, Good evening. My name is Mary Burbey, and my daughter Melanie is a junior at Lampasas High School. She has been involved with the theatre department since

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