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Every breath she takes

June 21, 2015 Fifteen years ago this week, my beautiful daughter Veronica entered the world. She didn’t make a sound. more »»

Why are we ignoring a cyber Pearl Harbor?

June 21, 2015 What if a team of Chinese agents had broken into the Pentagon or — less box office but just as bad — the U.S. more »»

Is Third World America inevitable?

June 21, 2015 Thousands of U.S. troops safeguard the border of South Korea. U.S. warships patrol the South China Sea to stand witness to the territorial claims of Asian allies against China. U.S. more »»

Jake Tapper vs. sputtering Bill Clinton

June 21, 2015 CNN’s Jake Tapper kicked off his new hosting gig on the Sunday news show “State of the Union” featuring an interview with Bill Clinton, arranged through his Clinton Global Initiative. more »»

Horrible breach of security

June 20, 2015 No wonder it took government officials so long to admit the gravity of a computer security breach a few weeks ago. It may be the most significant intelligence failure of all time. more »»

China’s big hack attack

June 20, 2015 Upon hearing of the massive data breach of employee information from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) — allegedly by hackers working for the Chinese government — Kay Cole James, the former... more »»


June 20, 2015 The political left has come up with a new buzzword: “micro-aggression. more »»

Culture and social pathology

June 20, 2015 A civilized society’s first line of defense is not the law, police and courts but customs, traditions, rules of etiquette and moral values. more »»

Keep the meaning of our laws

June 19, 2015 A critical case involving the national health care law “probably shouldn’t even have been taken up” by the Supreme Court, President Barack Obama said this week. more »»

What makes a heavy drinker?

June 19, 2015 There’s been a significant rise in “heavy drinking” among Americans, according to a new study out of the University of Washington. more »»

Front-runner in name only

June 19, 2015 The last time Jeb Bush ran for office, it was 13 years ago. Barack Obama was serving in the Illinois state Senate. No one had heard of Obamacare or the tea party, and wouldn’t for years. more »»

Clinton deploys ‘They Hate You’ strategy

June 19, 2015 Hillary Clinton had one of the worst campaign rollouts in living memory. more »»

At the mercy of hackers

June 18, 2015 Lock your front door and a determined burglar will merely climb through a window. Lock it and he may just break the glass to enter. As homeowners know, it can be very difficult to keep thieves out. more »»

Don’t let your kids grow up to be policemen

June 18, 2015 In 1978, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson popularized a song warning mothers not to let their kids grow up to be cowboys. more »»

Critics of oil tax reforms fail economics test

June 18, 2015 By making North Dakota a great place to do business, our state has enjoyed unparalleled economic growth and job creation over the last 20 years. more »»

Bill’s Clintonesque rebuttal

June 18, 2015 WASHINGTON — It had a familiar ring: “I don’t ever know what people’s motives are,” said former President Bill Clinton, prompting one to pause and consider just what the definition of... more »»


June 17, 2015 Most of us who have traveled by air over the past 13 years have experienced the inconvenience of dealing with Transportation Security Administration screenings, random searches and regulation. more »»

When the media ignore domestic violence in sports

June 17, 2015 Brittney Griner was a huge college star in women’s basketball two years ago. more »»

In Kelley retirement, we see hint of larger higher ed problems

June 17, 2015 Over the past year one of North Dakota’s most prominent and highest paid public officials has presided over a revolt from his customers and employees, a costly bailout of a supposedly private... more »»

Black vs. blue in America

June 17, 2015 Half a century ago this summer, the Voting Rights Act was passed, propelled by Bloody Sunday at Selma Bridge. The previous summer, the Civil Rights Act became law on July . more »»



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