...did they sentence him? To frighten people, so that they won't go to demonstrations, so that they won't protest, to put them on their knees and so they'll put up with everything that's happening in the country."- The Washington Post
...Americans from expecting to waste less fuel, reducing local ozone pollution and gaining more emissions benefits in the process. More states should follow Colorado's model - not to shut down the industry, but to better it.The Washington Post
What is rapidly becoming a cavalcade of federal judges has been unable to find any legal, constitutional, rational or moral basis for upholding state bans on same-sex marriage.
...out. Perhaps he can't force Mr. Snyder to change the team's name, but he can say what he would do if he were in Mr. Snyder's position, and he can enlist other owners to get the league on the right side of history.- The Washington Post
In a well-intentioned op-ed in The Washington Post, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales recently extolled his new phone venture, which has pledged to devote a quarter of its profits...
...between what's taught and how it is tested. Research shows that students who do best on tests are not those who have been "taught to the test" but those who have had the benefit of effective teachers and a robust curriculum.The Washington Post
...similarities.All three senators deserve credit for engaging seriously with health-care policy. Their proposal falls short, but it contains useful ideas. It's also a reminder that any health-care reform demands trade-offs.- The Washington Post
...would protect postal infrastructure for two years. Still, the benefit-to-bailout ratio in Carper-Coburn is better than that in previous Senate postal legislation. That alone makes it a step in the right direction.- The Washington Post
...who suggested in an interview that aired Friday that he might be open to a blueprint that includes legal status short of citizenship for illegal immigrants, is wisely suggesting that he, too, is prepared to compromise.- The Washington Post
...State of the Union. The majority leader's attitude suggests, however, that the president may need to step up the pressure - and that the Republicans aren't the only ones on Capitol Hill who can undermine his agenda. - The Washington Post
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