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April 2nd, 2015

Netanyahu casts a pall over US-Israeli relations

    The recent series of events involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to the U.S. Congress, his election-eve disavowal of a two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israel dilemma and his subsequent election backtracking on it have brought a new low to U.S.-Israeli relations.

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George Wallace Lives!

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A Checkup For Obamacare

    "In a few moments, when I sign this bill, all of the overheated rhetoric over reform will finally confront the reality of reform."

    --President Obama, March 23, 2010

     Not exactly. Five years after the Affordable Care Act became law, the reality of reform remains hotly contested.

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Ready for 45?

    James Baker can take credit for two presidencies and one vice presidency in the Bush family.

    So it's a tad ungracious for a Bush to take Baker to task.

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A Little Respect for Dr. Foster

    One sign of a landmark shift in public attitudes: A poll last year found that Americans approved more of gays and lesbians (53 percent) than of evangelical Christians (42 percent).

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Five myths about Sen. Ted Cruz

    A political nobody just three years ago, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is the first official candidate vying for the Republican Party's 2016 presidential nomination. His was a noisy entrance into government, marked by outspokenness and partisanship that clearly delighted part of the public even as they irritated many of his colleagues. In a remarkably short period, Cruz has become a national figure - and one who is often misunderstood. Here are five myths about Ted Cruz.

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Cruz is all about that base

    Now that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has thrown his cowboy hat into the ring for president, it's time to start handicapping the candidates, even if some of us may wish that we had more choices.

    That's OK, my fellow Americans. You vote for -- or against -- the choices that you have. Do you hear me, progressive-wing Democrats who are begging Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to challenge Hillary Clinton?

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An open letter from Galileo to Ted Cruz

    Late last night, Galileo's skeletal hand (not the one that's in a museum, the other one) reached out of a grave and gave me this letter. I reproduce it in full.

    Dear Ted, Dear Everyone, Please stop dragging me into this. Please, please stop.

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America's obsession with STEM education is dangerous

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A college junior at 17, student looks for ways to pay for the rest of her education

    At 17, Zakiya James has a story that shows what's very right and very wrong in American education.

    Let's just stipulate that she is pretty brilliant.

    She's a junior at Drexel University in Philadelphia. At 17. Studying civil engineering.

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