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A Jeffersonian Awakening in Texas

Something of possibly great historic importance occurred on April 15 at the “tea party” anti-tax...

American Monarchy

Since 1981 there has been a Bush or Clinton in the White House. And if you look at the latest...

Mike Gravel Goes Psychedelic

It's been a little while since throwing the rock into the lake, so Mike Gravel has come storming...

The Significance of July 4th

Too many of our holidays have lost much of their original meaning (see Christmas and Easter), but...

Senegal's democratic backslide

It was once the pillar of democracy in Africa, but what is happening in Senegal is troubling.

Tunisia needs US support for democracy to succeed

Building a democratic culture does not start, nor end, with an election cycle.

Civility Makes Strange Bedfellows

Note: This column is co-authored with Mark DeMoss, whose Atlanta-based public-relations firm...

Reinventing the Political Debate

It was the most different, and the most creative, of all the debates so far – and, clearly, the...

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