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China, Syria, the Arab Spring, the globalized economy, the future of the American military--the candidates have a chance to offer substantive answers on substantive questions. But will they?
HUGO DIXONAt their summit last week, European leaders nudged forward plans for a fiscal union with discipline as its leitmotif. Such a union is neither desirable nor necessary. It may not be politically feasible either.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney at the Monday foreign policy debate, should play to the Jewish TV audience like he was the star of a Borscht Belt revue.
Mitt Romney has staffed his foreign policy team with neocons. He is now denouncing Obama as an abject failure, intent on appeasing the world’s dictators and talking about a pre-emptive foreign policy agenda.
Same-sex marriage isn't the only marriage issue we face. The share of poor and middle-income American adults actually living in stable marriages has been hitting new lows.
Is Greg Smith a con man?
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