Category: Columns

Growth report a must read

By LYNDON ZAITZ It doesn’t have sexy and compelling title like Fifty Shades of Gray, a best seller a few years ago, but its content is just as scintillating. Keizer Growth Opportunities—Costs of Growth Memo is an intriguing...

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The sexual politics of 2018

During a recent 81-minute press conference in New York that was unusually long but another of the President Donald J. Trump rambling kind, Trump was given what many would consider an easy question, that is, “You’re a father. ...

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Demos forget rights of the accused

By DEBRA J. SAUNDERS The Senate Judiciary Committee’s ranking Democrat, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, like others in her party, apparently has forgotten that in America, the burden of proof falls on an accuser, not the...

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The price of football is too high

It’s fall again! Time for football games and cheering for your team.  Heck, football’s become so popular even females are playing the game, at least as kickers, while possibly no one would be surprised to learn that females are...

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A passion for social justice

By MICHAEL GERSON Since the Council of Nicaea, Christians have been prone to issue joint statements that are designed to draw the boundaries of orthodoxy —and cast their rivals beyond them. Another one, not quite in the same...

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That’s a big fuss over a knee

My wife and I went out for lunch with friends the other day.  Along with conversation that accompanied bites from pan-fried oysters and a creamy cole slaw, Colin Kaepernick—in name only mind you—joined us. Because NFL football...

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