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The best way to deal with slower learners is often patient repetition of a lesson. It seldom does much good to shout at them or to embarrass them for taking so long to pick up on what others understand quickly and easily. And so for the five slow...
Last week, when Americans learned of a massive erosion of our freedom, also marked the 64th anniversary of the publication of George Orwell's "1984." If you haven't read it, please do so. If you read it years ago, read it again. The movie doesn't count....
"Fight Girl Battle World" Qui Nguyen's "She Kills Monsters" became a break-out hit this past spring for Buzz22 Chicago in Steppenwolf's Garage Rep. Now InFusion Theatre Company — which produced Nguyen's "Soul Samurai" a couple of seasons ago...
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When Darlene Goebel joined the Army in 1985, she had no clue what working in logistics would entail. As a young mother out of high school, Goebel intended to join the Army to earn money for college and study computer programming. But advice from a...
George Edward Spencer Jr.'s life revolved around healing. The Mount Dora resident spent his professional life healing others as an orthopedic surgeon. Then, after the crushing loss of his older son, George III, on 9-11, he turned to his favorite hobby...
WASHINGTON — From the time he stepped onto the national stage, Barack Obama presented himself as a civil libertarian who would take a different path from that of his predecessor, who authorized surveillance on Americans in the fight against...
"This war, like all wars, must end. That's what history advises …" — Barack Obama, May 23 WASHINGTON — Nice thought. But much as Obama would like to close his eyes, click his heels three times and declare the war on terror over, war...
The Hartford CourantThe three mass-casualty disasters in the Northeast this past year — Sandy, Newtown and Boston — brought attention and the nation's sympathies not only to the victims, but also to the many people who came to their aid: particularly police, fire...
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Bill Press in his Room for Debate column states there is only one scandal facing this administration. He feels that only the "AP scandal" warrants outrage. What about four dead Americans, including the first U.S. ambassador, killed in years? On the...
Who exactly is the enemy in the continuing U.S. war against terrorism? In some cases, the answer is: It’s a secret. When the United States began its war against al-Qaida after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the identity of the enemy was clear:...
Reuters* Data on millions of Verizon customers targeted * Secret three-month court order published online * Privacy advocates say surveillance is overreach * Key U.S. lawmakers support data collection effort By Mark Hosenball and John Whitesides WASHINGTON,...
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