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David Brooks: Our resisitance to big organizations has deadly results
Imagine two cities. In City A, town leaders notice that every few weeks a house catches on fire.
For Senate leaders, elections used to be landslides. Now? Bare-knuckle brawls.
Mitch McConnell's political life used to be a lot easier before he became one of the most powerful leaders in the Republican Party. Before he became Senate minority leader, McConnell cruised to reelection victories with relatively big margins in 1996 and 2002, with little national attention.
Score One For The Good Guys
I had heard it all before: we have finally got everybody in a room, and we are all working on a common mission to "fix public education."
This day in Huntsville history: Tennessee congressional delegation offers support for NASA...
However, U.S. Sen. Bill Frist, R-Tenn., said Congress should hold NASA more accountable for spending before increasing the space agency's budget.