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NEWS
July 28, 2015 | Inquirer Editorial Board
Most of the candidates in the large field of Republicans running for president seem content to act as if Donald Trump will fade from the limelight if they simply ignore him. They may be right. Then again, Trump could be beating them in the polls because he's talking about what many aren't: immigration. Trump is wrong about how the issue should be addressed, of course, but if he can get the other Republicans to discuss what may be their party's most vulnerable issue in a presidential election, he will have done a good deed.
NEWS
April 20, 2015 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Politics Writer
HUDSON, N.H. - Ejected brass shell casings, glittering as the light caught them, flew as former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee emptied a Sig Sauer P238 pistol at a human silhouette target at the Granite State Indoor Range & Gun Shop. Saturday was a great day to test the compact weapon for his wife, Janet, who wants something less bulky to carry, and to pay homage to the Second Amendment as a potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate in the first primary state. At the tail-end of mud season and after the sugar maple trees had been tapped for syrup, ambitions were rising in New Hampshire last week as Huckabee and 18 other Republican candidates or potential candidates for president trooped through the state and gathered for a two-day forum hosted by the state party in Nashua.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 26, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
No influence: Bono, Obama Guess what Irish world savior-rocker Bono has in common with President Obama ? The poor souls top GQ's Least Influential People of 2014 list! Bono and U2 are at No. 1 for the $100 mil P.R. campaign in which their new LP, Songs of Innocence , was added to everyone' s iTunes library without our permission. Barack Obama, in second place, is chided by the mag for being on holiday as the world fell apart - Missouri exploded, Ebola went wild, Vlad "The Impaler" Putin became Alexander the Great , and U2 became Big Brother.
NEWS
August 2, 2014
The recent fourth anniversary of the landmark Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law provides an occasion to remember why such aggressive legislation was needed. Fueled by years of lobbying and campaign donations from the finance sector, Washington politicians from both parties dismantled regulations intended to prevent a financial meltdown. The result, of course, was the worst such meltdown since the Great Depression. Millions lost their homes, and those who didn't saw property values decline as neighborhoods were abandoned.
NEWS
June 12, 2014
The Senate has produced an unusually swift and welcome response to the Department of Veterans Affairs' disgraceful cover-up of its hospitals' failure to treat patients in a timely manner, which may be linked to more than 30 deaths. A bill by Sens. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and John McCain (R., Ariz.) has broad support and the potential to alleviate some of the department's serious shortcomings. A retired clinic director recently accused managers of the veterans' hospital in Phoenix of ordering employees to keep a secret waiting list to hide the backlog of patients, some of whom may have died while awaiting care.
SPORTS
May 8, 2014 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
IT TOOK A WHILE, but we finally know who's speaking at Rutgers' commencement ceremony. On Saturday, came word that former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice had backed out amid protests from students and faculty over her involvement with the Bush administation's handling of the Iraq war. So the school has replaced her with - drumroll please - Tom Kean and Eric LeGrand, thus assuring a riveting, inspirational speech. From LeGrand, not Kean. Let face it, the 79-year-old Kean was governor of New Jersey before most of the graduates were even born.
NEWS
February 6, 2014 | By Seth Zweifler, Inquirer Staff Writer
It was like living aboard a floating city. There was recreation. Allen Polixa, a crew member on the USS Forrestal from 1980 to 1982, often took "swim breaks" miles out in the Atlantic Ocean, jumping into the water from just below the ship's top deck. There was order. Fight a colleague or steal from another crew member, said Jimmie Stewart, who served on the Forrestal from 1960 to 1962, and it was down to the brig. No questions asked. And there was chaos. In July 1967, a devastating fire and a series of chain-reaction explosions took the lives of 134 sailors aboard the Forrestal.
NEWS
December 26, 2013
Always next year The current Congress finished its first year as the least productive and possibly least popular in history. Nowhere were the costs clearer than in lawmakers' failure to reform our broken, inhumane immigration system ("From hope to anger on immigration reform," Dec. 15). But while gridlock reigned in Washington, the movement for immigration reform grew stronger here in Pennsylvania and across the country. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants took days off work and put themselves at risk to fight for an end to cruel deportations that remove parents from children, for equal protection under labor laws, and for reform that promotes family unity and provides a pathway to citizenship.
NEWS
September 11, 2013 | By E. J. Dionne, For The Inquirer
It was only a matter of time before our polarized politics threatened to destroy a president's authority and call into question our country's ability to act in the world. Will Congress let that happen? To raise this is not to denigrate those, left and right, who deeply believe that the United States should temper its international military role. Nor is it to claim that President Obama's proposed strikes on Syria in response to Bashar al-Assad's use of chemical weapons constitute some sort of "slam dunk" policy that should win automatic assent.
NEWS
August 24, 2013
It isn't easy to be a moderate Republican these days. Witness the blowback Sens. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) and John McCain (R., Ariz.) faced after they pushed for immigration reform. On other issues, they have gone out of their way to appease the GOP's tea-party element. Given this environment, it should be comforting to Pennsylvanians that their junior senator isn't afraid to reach across the aisle to the benefit of all Americans. For example, while Sen. Pat Toomey thinks the Affordable Care Act would be best repealed, he is working with Democrats to amend it instead.
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