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The following editorial appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Wednesday, May 22:
The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Wednesday, May 22:
I know it was hard to hear anything last week over the cacophony of the White House roof falling over Benghazi, the IRS and spying on reporters. But still, I was surprised there wasn't more fuss about the Obama administration's war on Shakespeare.
As an immigrant and an engineer, I know the magnetic pull that the United States exerts on anyone who dreams of a career in science. From the time I watched NASA technicians on television during the first lunar landing in 1969, I resolved to get the best scientific education that my talents and circumstances would allow.
The following editorial appeared in the Seattle Times on Tuesday, May 21:
The following editorial appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Tuesday, May 21:
The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, May 21:
The following editorial appeared in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on Tuesday, May 21:
I was in Detroit preparing to give a speech last week when the news came across my Twitter feed: "Dr. Dre and music producer Jimmy Iovine donate $70 million to (the University of Southern California) to create new degree." As one of the first university presidents from the hip-hop generation, I had to stop and read the story immediately.
Four days after her April 27 breast reconstruction, the third and final surgery aimed at sparing her an early death from breast cancer, Angelina Jolie was in good spirits at home.
Mark Carson was shot in the face because he's gay.
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Monday, May 20:
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Sunday, May 19:
There is reason for hope in Nawaz Sharif's victory in the recent Pakistani elections. Sharif, who has twice served as Pakistan's prime minister, has said he wants to build a more robust democracy, revive the country's shattered economy and end the military's 40-year domination of its politics. He has also promised to improve relations with India and take on the radical Islamist terrorism that has tormented Pakistan. The United States should assist him in every way possible to achieve those goals.
First the easy part: No one from the Internal Revenue Service should ever have singled out any applicant for disparate treatment based upon party affiliation or ideology. And never should IRS officials have scrutinized only one end of the political spectrum, which in the case of the current scandal involves targeting groups that use the words tea party, patriots, and 9/12 project in their names.