NEW PLATEAUS Eat the Rich
Are you mad at rich people? Do you respect them? The class warfare debate is as alive as ever, and an article in the New York Timesstirred the coals with this piece. It says that France's new Socialis... Posted on 8/8/12 at 12:20 PM
REEL QUICKIES Casting Issues?
I was rather confused when I first heard that Meryl Streep was cast to play Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady. I'm still confused, actually. It's not that I doubt Streep's acting ability, it's that I... Posted on 11/17/11 at 10:26 AM
RINK AND RUN Adam Goucher, Lloyd Young
As Olympians Kara and Adam Goucher await the arrival of their first child Sept. 29 in Portland, Ore., Adam is considering what may be left in his professional running career.
Writer Doug Binder of th... Posted on 8/20/10 at 1:54 PM
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The 2009 session of the Legislature joined a dozen other states with a resolution reminding the federal government that there was a 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution stating that powers not delegated to the national government, nor prohibited to the states, were reserved to the states or the people.
“It’s time to act,” Johann Korianski announced dramatically at a special gathering of the Homeland Security Committee as the last members straggled into the hot community hall and selected chairs from a wide range of
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“Why are we meeting when rabbits are eating the lettuce?” Orville Jordan, the retired railroad depot agent asked the town’s Homeland Security Committee meeting as he came through the door of the community hall.
In the waning days of the 2009 session, the North Dakota Legislature passed House Concurrent Resolution 3063 proclaiming state sovereignty and demanding that “the federal government halt its practice of assuming
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