Affirmative action benefits campuses If Tuesday’s argument before the Supreme Court is any indication, a Michigan law prohibiting “preferential treatment” is on its way to being upheld by the United States Supreme Court. The law was h...
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By SUSAN ESTRICH Creators SyndicateThe Paducah Sun
Panetta knows how to get things done WASHINGTON — Leon Panetta served in Washington with nine presidents, starting with Lyndon Johnson. He has been a member of Congress, Office of Management and Budget director, White House chief of s...
Oct 17, 2013 | 0 | 12 |
By RUTH MARCUS Washington Post Writers GroupThe Paducah Sun
Democrats showed cards on sequester WASHINGTON — Liberals constantly lecture, more in theatrical sorrow than in actual anger, about their eagerness to compromise with Republicans, just not with Republicans who are — liberal moderatio...
Oct 16, 2013 | 0 | 12 |
By GEORGE F. WILL Washington Post Writers GroupThe Paducah Sun
HOPE(LESS) Sticker shock places Obamacare in peril Tom Waschura, an engineer living in northern California, supported the Affordable Care Act and worked to help elect and re-elect Barack Obama. So he was ill-prepared for what he saw when he opened ...
Climate debate increasingly polarized WASHINGTON — The fifth report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has provided undeniable proof of a remarkable phenomenon: a public debate even more bitter and polarized than t...
Oct 15, 2013 | 0 | 12 |
By MICHAEL GERSON Washington Post Writers GroupThe Paducah Sun