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email@example.comAs the 2012 general election approaches, more and more attention is being given to one of the archetypal tools of democracy — the vote. But as more and more people spend more and more time obsessing over who's going to vote for whom, it...
The life of British Lt. Col. T. E. Lawrence was portrayed in “Lawrence of Arabia,” a famous film of the early 1960s. This was a rare case where the real-life experiences of the man whose name graced the title of the box-office hit were at...
Almost exactly nineteen years ago, a plane lumbered across the pocked runway of the Mogadishu airport and a young Marine, a veteran of two wars in three years, looked out of the departing plane’s window, sniffed and said, “Thirty days.”...
A few weeks ago, the federally run National Assessment of Educational Progress issued its latest “report card” on civics education in the United States. You can get a sense of what it found from The New York Times headline: “Civics...
Last month, a Time magazine article about two freshman House members on Capitol Hill featured this pronouncement from one of them: “The people did not send me here to compromise.” His colleague noted that compromise is “a word that...
Journal columnistOn Thursday, for the first time in American history, the 112th Congress opened up their tenure by reciting the U.S. Constitution on the House floor. Progressive Democrats bemoaned the act as “nonsense,” “ritualistic” and “...
Last Thursday, for the first time in American history, members of the 112th Congress opened up the session by reciting the U.S. Constitution on the House floor. Progressive Democrats bemoaned the act as “nonsense,” “ritualistic,”...
Contributing columnistOn Thursday, for the first time in American history, the 112th Congress opened up its tenure by reciting the U.S. Constitution on the House floor. Progressive Democrats bemoaned the act as “nonsense,” “ritualistic” and “...
I think of Wang Weilin often, though sadly I don’t know his fate or if that is even his real name. You might know him as “Tank Man” or “The Unknown Rebel” and, though we don’t know his name, the iconic image of him...
Modern history is the story of how liberal democracy, originating in Britain and America, spread around the world. This may sound like an absurd fantasy. In actuality, this Whiggish narrative of progress underpins most newspaper editorials, political...
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WASHINGTON — When Bolivian President Evo Morales expelled the U.S. Agency for International Development from his impoverished country last week, he complained that Washington "still has a mentality of domination and submission" in the region. It...
President Obama called it a shameful day for the Senate. A survivor of the Tucson shooting that wounded Gabby Giffords shouted from the gallery, "Shame on you." This was the response to the rejection of gun control. I was tempted to write the "voting...
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