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March 4, 2016 | By Dana Milbank
Why did Bernie Sanders fail? Sanders continues his campaign after his Super Tuesday losses, but he has no real chance of wresting the Democratic presidential nomination from Hillary Clinton. The socialist insurgent went further than most thought possible, drawing huge crowds, amassing vast sums, and forcing Clinton to adopt more populist positions. But the Sanders challenge was doomed by a fatal flaw: Democrats aren't as unhappy as he needed them to be. It is an article of faith this year that voters are angry.
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April 25, 1990 | By Mary Flannery, Daily News Staff Writer
The righteous heat of anger is what kept college professor Robert Polhill alive through 39 months of captivity, much of that time spent chained in a windowless room. So says the ex-hostage, who was released Sunday in Beirut. But anger also may contribute negatively to health, as a report in yesterday's New York Times points out. The report focused on the slow-burning and longstanding anger over racial prejudice felt by many African-Americans who, as a result, may suffer from dangerously high blood pressure.
NEWS
November 5, 2002
COLUMNIST Myrna Shure (Oct. 23) says spanking doesn't work and sends the wrong message. I disagree. Hard spanking and abusiveness, I concur, send the wrong message. But light spanking coupled with meaningful punishment can benefit the child. Our children are best served by light spanking coupled with positive reinforcement, and tough love. Those actions are considered by some to be the best method of behavior-molding and modification. There are times in a child's life when he or she will benefit from the knowledge of aggressive behavior - when and when not to use it. I don't think there is anything wrong with a child who can identify with anger.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 16, 2013 | By Carolyn Hax
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: My boyfriend is sweet and kind, and everyone adores him. However, it bothers me that he often uses profanity when we argue (sometimes directed at me). He always apologizes and has admitted he needs to change, but it always slips out during arguments. I have told him it is rude and something I will not stand for, but it continues to be a problem. Is this something that can change, or is it just wishful thinking? Answer: When his profanity is "sometimes directed at" you, is he saying "Bleep you" or "You're such a bleeping bleep"?
NEWS
April 8, 2007 | By the Rev. Elinor R. Greene
Good morning. Today's assigned reading comes from the Epistle to the Ephesians, chapter 4, and verse 25 through chapter 5:225 So then, putting away falsehood, let all of us speak the truth to our neighbors, for we are members of one another. 26 Be angry but do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, 27 and do not make room for the devil. 28 Thieves must give up stealing; rather let them labor and work honestly with their own hands, so as to have something to share with the needy.
NEWS
March 25, 2000 | By Leonard Pitts Jr
His name is Larry, and the other day, he read a column of mine that made him laugh. This seems to strike him as a minor miracle. "Before reading your column," he writes, "it is standard procedure for me to ... brace myself in case the angry black man side of you is aroused. ... "I am a white, middle-class, Southerner, baby boomer. Because most of the black man's problems appear to be blamed on me and my contemporaries or my ancestors, I tend to read many of your columns with a defensive posture.
NEWS
June 11, 2016 | By Daniel Block, Staff Writer
He was a Sudanese refugee, suffering from post-traumatic stress order, his attorney told the jurors, and he never intended to fatally attack his co-worker. But in its closing argument, the prosecution countered that Peter Jok Atem, 34, "had specific intent" to kill Danny Vasquez, 25, at a Franconia, Montgomery County, meat-packing plant with a 41/2-inch butterfly knife on a frigid day in February 2015. The Montgomery County Court jury in the first-degree murder trial before Judge Gail A. Weilheimer deliberated for less than an hour late Thursday before recessing until Friday morning.
NEWS
August 8, 2004 | By Chris Satullo
"You are ignorant. " "In addition to being ignorant . . . you are despicable. " "Dullards shouldn't be writing columns for major newspapers. " "I'm sure you and Tony Auth have a grand old time in bed together every night. " "I understand your conservative bias, but I don't understand your failure to grasp basic English. Slovenly?" "You are a child of your generation: i.e., the most overprotected, irresponsible, self-indulgent, self-absorbed generation in the history of the planet.
NEWS
May 22, 1994 | By ALBERT DiBARTOLOMEO
It would be easy for me to make light of the study that dubbed Philadelphia "Hostile Capital of the U.S.A.," not to take its claims seriously, to allow myself to be amused. I would be amused if studies of this sort, written by "experts" weren't reduced to damaging sound bites, which get flung all over the country by the media and which become lodged in the brains of typical Americans as truths. Philadelphia, Hostile Capital of the U.S.A., for one. No wonder the mayor was upset.
NEWS
February 20, 1991 | By Dave Urbanski, Special to The Inquirer
Most of those assembled in the small circle had been to the monthly group meetings before, so the introductions should have been quick. But they seemed to last forever. As each person spoke, the other 15 people sat riveted. With each carefully chosen phrase, expressions saddened, jaws tightened, eyes watered. The stories seemed painful for everyone. One woman said that her son died in a motorcycle accident almost nine years ago. A couple told the group that they celebrated what would have been their son's 20th birthday earlier that day by bringing a cake and balloons to his grave and singing him "Happy Birthday.
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