What your side of the bed says about your political leanings
Does what type of brain you have an influence on which side of the bed you sleep on? According to new research, people who sleep on the left side of the bed consider themselves more left-brained an…
100 Deputies/100 Kids brings holiday cheer to all
DELAND — Over 25 years ago, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office held a special party at a Holiday Inn so a couple dozen children in need would
'The Situation' of 'Jersey Shore' brings holiday cheer before heading to prison
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, the reality TV star of "Jersey Shore" fame, delivered meals to Phoenix Recovery Sober House in Eatontown.
What's political satire good for?
"Satirists don't change things," Bassem Youssef says. "It's up to the people."
The Political Rabbi’s Survival Guide
When you preach about politics, don’t mention the names of politicians or political parties. Just talk about policies, values and ideas.
Political Cartoon: What about me?
People before politics
Politicians look at the big picture too often and forget the people impacted by their decisions.
► VIDEO: Budget 2019: What are the main points and political impact?
Cuts to USC, a €5 increase in welfare payments and housing and Brexit measures were among the annoucements made by Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe in Budget 2019.
Economic facts and political realities
Tue, Dec 11, 2018, 00:11 Sir, – Pat Leahy (“ Prudence loses out as politicians please the people ”, Opinion & Analysis, December 8th) highlights the conflict between the macro-budgetary approach to economic sustainability espoused by the Fiscal Advisory Council (FAC) and the “political realities” listed by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in his rebuttal of the council’s recent report The shrugging of shoulders and saying that the…
Why the politics of nostalgia are dangerous
Once upon a time, I considered longing for a long- lost past an innocuous exercise. That was before Donald Trump promised to make America great again.
East Side Review police reports
Submitted by admin on Sun, 01/17/2016 - 12:00am Thursday, December 10 — Wednesday, December 16, 2015 About the blotter The East Side Review publishes the St. Paul Police Department’s weekly crime statistics every Monday, as edited from the department’s web page at www.ci.stpaul.mn.us . It takes a week for the police to compile the information, and the Review another week to print it To find out…
What's next for American politics
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Lessons in politics ... from mom
Well, here we are, two full days into the administration of the 45th President of the United States.
Why I side with Laura
The public war of words between NBA superstar, LeBron James, and political commentator for Fox News Laura Ingraham, has really picked up traction. Ingraham believes LeBron should “shut up and dribble,” while James refuses because he “means too much to our society.” People — the liberal media and most pro athletes — are [of course] siding with and singing LeBron’s praises. I for one, do not think he is the winner in this feud in the slightest.
From the top side of a rock
Why ignorance prevails in politics
Americans, who benefit from the vast web of voluntary market arrangements without understanding them, can be lured by siren songs of something for nothing, that, in fact, undermine those arrangemen…
How politics have changed
I became active in politics in the late 1950s, got elected to Congress in 1964, and have remained engaged in one way or another every year since then I’ve had a ringside seat for a long time. So I suppose I should not be surprised that I get asked a lot these days how American politics have changed over the last six decades. A few things stand out. When I first arrived in Congress, Americans had faith in the institutions of government. President…
Outside political groups not always what they appear
WASHINGTON (AP) - As ominous music plays in the background, the narrator of a radio ad echoes objections from drugmakers by warning that a Trump administration proposal to apply international pricing to certain Medicare drugs would be a nightmare for seniors The one-minute spot is the handiwork of the Alliance for Patient Access, a nonprofit group that gives off a consumer-friendly vibe yet is bankrolled by…
Women In Politics Panel Discusses What Women Face In The Political Environment
03/23/17 – 11:22 P.M The University of Findlay held a Women in Politics panel discussion featuring women candidates for public offices. Janet Garrett said that women only represent about 19% of the U.S. Congress. Mayor Lydia Mihalik said that she hopes that number will change The panel included several women running for office including Ashley Phillip who is running for state senate. She said that more…
Rick Steves' tips for making travel a political act
Get out of your comfort zone Choose Managua over Mazatlán, or Turkey over Greece. When visiting Israel, make time to also explore the West Bank. You can enjoy far richer experiences for far less money by venturing away from the mainstream Connect with people – and try to understand them Make itinerary decisions that put you in touch with locals who are also curious about you. Stay in people’s homes (via Airbnb.com or Couchsurfing.org) and spend time with your hosts. Go to a…