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A new survey offers more proof that fear can put at risk our most cherished freedoms to believe, say and write what we will, and our ability to seek change in government.
The contextual approach of John Roberts’ majority opinion is far more persuasive as legal analysis and as plain old common sense.
A majority of the 132 legislators privately want the Bucks deal approved, but only a few dozen are willing to stand up and cast public votes for it.
John celebrates the 239th anniversary for the Declaration of Independence as well as the sixth anniversary of his column, "We the People."
The catalog of capitulations is breathtaking: spot inspections, disclosure of previous nuclear activity, gradual sanctions relief, retention of non-nuclear sanctions.
Instead of acting as an independent judiciary, the high court launched into legislative mode by rewriting the law.
For society’s sake, we need to figure out how to provide the kind of parent mentoring and guidance to those who need it most.
Maybe high school didn't bring your brightest days. But as Greg Peck has relearned repeatedly the last couple of years, life is indeed short.
Rep. Mac Thornberry, chair of the House Armed Services Committee, hit upon a dangerous idea: He thinks we need a new nuclear weapon that we're more likely to use.
The “circle of life” is playing out in Janesville's urban forest.
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