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In his column earlier this week , the Wall Street Journal 's Bret Stephens laid out his case against Rand Paul becoming the GOP's presidential nominee.
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Dale Schultz tells a story he heard about a recent meeting of Republicans in the state's 6th Congressional District.
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Meet the new SAT , same as the old SAT, except that the difficult old "SAT words" are headed for the hills.
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Editor: There have been several letters to the editor labeling as trivia the expenses accrued over and beyond the designated amount on hotel expenses incurred by Valerie Docherty and George Webster.
Union military leaders, along with Lincoln himself, realize that ending the rebellion rests on controlling the Mississippi River.
First lady Mary Todd Lincoln once confessed that her "evil genius Procrastination has whispered me to tarry 'til a more convenient season."
Learn about professional responsibility from the law practice of one of Illinois' greatest lawyers, Abraham Lincoln.
Popular culture as reflected in current movies and TV shows is obsessed with visions of a dystopian society following catastrophic events such as a plague , nuclear apocalypse , alien invasion , failed rebellion , and overpopulation .
Two Long Island high school students have been suspended for allegedly bringing a Confederate flag to school.
While attending the WCF Davos Forum in March, I was lucky enough to attend a presentation by Scott E. Fahlman , widely hailed as "father of the first smiley emoticon in 1982."
But you can definitely make a wonderful day for yourself. Before you know it, it becomes a good habit and hence most days are happy days except of course crisis days.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
Assembled here are the best Oppositelock posts from Friday through Sunday. It includes Lincoln's impending doom, the cost of negligence, Toyota's Motorsport Museum and stories of terrible road trips.
In this age when anything goes, we forget that beards were not always in fashion.
Emoticons might not be an invention of the computer age. They might be stowaways from a clever 17th century poet.
After a year of thinking it over, of going back and forth, of deciding where duty and honor called me to be, this is where I am.