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Is war in the cards for 2015?

January 6, 2015 “If you see 10 troubles coming down the road, you can be sure that nine will run into the ditch before they reach you,” said Calvin Coolidge, whose portrait hung in the Cabinet Room of the Reagan... more »»

More needs to be done

January 5, 2015 ?Cutting the size and therefor the cost of government is a promise politicians at all levels make. Reducing the number of people employed by government is a key to the process. more »»

NPR’s morning cuddle with Obama

January 5, 2015 In the fall of 2007, President Bush offered an interview on race relations to National Public Radio correspondent Juan Williams, but NPR declined the invitation. more »»

Are facts obsolete?

January 5, 2015 Some of us, who are old enough to remember the old television police series “Dragnet,” may remember Sgt. Joe Friday saying, “Just the facts, ma’am.” But that would be completely out of place today. more »»

A strike against rent-seeking

January 5, 2015 WASHINGTON — Mighty oaks from little acorns grow, so last year’s most encouraging development in governance might have occurred in February in a U.S. District Court in Frankfort, Ky. more »»

Don’t leave Minot behind in session

January 4, 2015 With the holidays now behind us, it is time to look forward to what we hope is an exciting and prosperous 2015 for Minot and our entire region. more »»

Don’t leave Minot behind in session

January 4, 2015 With the holidays now behind us, it is time to look forward to what we hope is an exciting and prosperous 2015 for Minot and our entire region. more »»

Putting president above politics

January 4, 2015 A few weeks ago I got a call from a reader who was concerned about a comment made on a story posed on the Minot Daily News website. more »»

Ignorance as usual from the Times

January 4, 2015 No wonder Cuba wallows in poverty. more »»

Cultural winner and losers, 2014 edition

January 4, 2015 Looking back at our popular culture in 2014, it appears that Hollywood’s power is on the wane. more »»

Craziness leads to insolvency

January 3, 2015 When he warned Americans about what has come to be called the “military-industrial complex” in 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower left out a vital component — politician. more »»

David Koch loves Manhattan

January 3, 2015 One may start the day at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. On the way in, you’ll pass through the new David H. Koch Plaza — the result of a $65 million gift from David H. Koch. more »»

Studying ISIS and ourselves

January 3, 2015 The commander of American Special Operations in the Middle East, Major Gen. Michael K. Nagata, is reported to be seeking help in learning why the Islamic State is so dangerous. more »»

Thomas Sowell’s random thoughts

January 3, 2015 Random thoughts on the passing scene: Now that Barack Obama is ruling by decree, he seems more like a king than a president. Maybe it is time we change the way we address hi. more »»

Not what president has in mind

January 2, 2015 Many Americans object to President Barack Obama’s immigration policy by pointing out it will encourage more people to cross our borders illegally. more »»

Who had the worst year? Jonathan Gruber

January 2, 2015 Jonathan Gruber, sage of MIT and proud champion of the Affordable Care Act, may well have had the worst year in American public life. more »»

Ringing out the year with liberal double standards

January 2, 2015 Many conservatives finished the year angry about the same thing they were angry about at the beginning of the year: liberal double standards. more »»

North Korea? The joke’s on us

January 2, 2015 WASHINGTON — A writer seeking profound pronouncements for a year-end column is likely instead to find herself awash in punchlines. Life isn’t a comedy. It’s a joke. more »»

Supporting our police officers

January 1, 2015 It’s been a rough few months on law enforcement officers around the nation. more »»

Year of the fainting couch

January 1, 2015 The fainting couch doesn’t have the same cachet it did in the 19th century, which is a shame, because it should be more in demand than at any time since the age of corsets and delicate sensibilities. more »»



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