• The New York Times Telegraphs Its Hopes, Dreams For 2014

    The New York Times Telegraphs Its Hopes, Dreams For 2014

    The New York Times is actually two papers. The domestic paper –anything having to do with policies at home– is a cartoon, an absurdist delight, the daily from Bizarro World. The reporting from around the world by contrast is undeniably the most consistently necessary reads in the world. Today's headline…

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  • Meeting the Critical Need of Cross Border Connections

    I've been at the helm of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber (THCC) for over 4 years. During this time, our business community has struggled during the economic recession, but they've also sought out new revenue opportunities on which the THCC has focused. Our business community has an often overlooked market opportunity…

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  • Where Do Voting Vets Live?

    This is a pretty interesting map for anyone considering the political consequences of the GOP's abandonment of military retirees under 62 as well as of those on active duty intending to serve at least 20 years. Note the number of vets in North Carolina, Virginia and Arkansas, to name just…

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  • Keep Marijuana Illegal

    My new CNN op-ed on marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington and why they will regret legalizing marijuana: The post Keep Marijuana Illegal appeared first on Bill Bennett's Morning in America.

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  • George Mitchell – Rebecca Costa

    Senator George J. Mitchell has had a long and distinguished career. He is currently Chairman Emeritus of the international law firm DLA Piper. Previously, he served as a United States District judge; as Majority Leader of the United States Senate; as Chairman of peace negotiations in Northern Ireland which resulted…

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  • Are Women Better at “Moving Dirt”?

    Are Women Better at “Moving Dirt”?

    An astonishing story in the Seattle Times illustrated the deranged priorities of the big government left. “STATE: TOO FEW WOMEN, MINORITIES ON TUNNEL JOB.” On a multi-billion dollar project to replace an aging elevated highway with a new underground passage, one minority contractor sued because he hadn't won a contract…

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