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By NOEMIE EMERY | 12/17/13 07:31 PM
It was back in 2002 that Ruy Teixeira and John Judis first wrote of an "emerging Democratic majority," in which a coalition of non-whites, women, the young and professionals would keep Democrats in power for an indefinite...Read More...
By DIANA FURCHTGOTT ROTH | 12/17/13 07:01 PM
President Obama has been taking lessons from Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. Just as Putin shut down the RIA Novosti news agency on Dec. 9, two new administration rules misuse the government to punish enemies and...Read More...
By SEAN HIGGINS | 12/17/13 02:58 PM
In a widely expected move, the DC Council voted unanimously today to raise the city's minimum wage to $11.50 an hour, up from its current rate of $8.25. The bill now goes to Mayor Vincent Gray, who has opposed an increase...Read More...
By SEAN HIGGINS | 12/17/13 11:19 AM
In an apparent first for an institution on the National Mall, the people who staff the food courts at two Smithsonian museums will become union members. A reported 220 will join the food service industry union Unite Here....Read More...
By GENE HEALY | 12/16/13 06:54 PM
For four years running, I've closed the holiday season with a column saying “bah, humbug” to the year's worst op-eds. Christmas came early this year, thanks to perennial contender David Brooks. In Thursday's New York...Read More...
By CAL THOMAS | 12/16/13 06:39 PM
During the Christmas season when many celebrate a unique and miraculous birth, what the late Pope John Paul II called “a culture of death” continues its march. Last week, the upper house of the Belgian Senate voted...Read More...
By SEAN HIGGINS | 12/16/13 07:16 PM
Are so-called “right to work” laws the equivalent of slavery? That’s one argument Big Labor is making to try to counter them. Their case is an absurd stretch, but nevertheless worth looking at because it serves as a...Read More...
By JAMES JAY CARAFANO | 12/16/13 09:22 AM
The lesson to be taken from the 1962 Sino-Indian War is that nations shouldn't wait for events to spin out of control before responding. Instead, like-minded powers ought to work proactively to keep the peace. Now is the...Read More...
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