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Editor’s Notebok: The royal gusher produces a new take on Queen Victoria
Editor’s Notebok: The royal gusher produces a new take on Queen Victoria
It is easy to fall into the deep chasm of British royal family history

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Column: Obama is more divisive after election
Obama's response to the election
Of Cabbages and Kings: Messiness of politics on Seattle Rep’s stage
Of Cabbages and Kings: Messiness of politics on Seattle Rep’s stage
Lyndon Johnson was made for the stage
Water Under the Bridge: Nov. 19, 2014
Snippets from our archives
Column: Obama’s actions are anti-democratic
How Obama makes decisions
Column: Partisanship breaks the government
Partisan politics are heating up
Column: International agreement is signal of hope
China agreement on climate change is important
Column: The Gruber Confession

WASHINGTON — It’s not exactly the Ems Dispatch (the diplomatic cable Bismarck doctored to provoke the 1870 Franco-Prussian War).

But what the just-resurfaced Gruber Confession lacks in world-historical consequence, it makes up for...

Editor’s Notebook: Thank one brave young man for our safe nation
Editor’s Notebook: Thank one brave young man for our safe nation
One young man stands for all those who have taken brave stands in defense of the USA
Column: Our national Lame-Duck Dynasty
There actually is an interesting “American Idol” story abroad in the political world these days. Season 2 runner-up Clay Aiken ran as a Democrat for Congress in North Carolina this year.
Column: Don’t ask how to feed the 9 billion
“Put yourself in the poorest place you can think of. Imagine yourself in the Democratic Republic of Congo, for example. Now. Are you hungry? Are you going to go hungry? Are you going to have a problem finding food?”