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The best burger battle

USA Today recently ran a story on what it claimed were the best hamburgers in the United States. The article listed one spot in each state where you can buy a boffo burger.

October 08, 2010 | Glenn Tucker Contributing editor | Columns


Justice Brennan changed court's architecture

Just in time for the opening of the Supreme Court's new term arrives a biography of one of history's most influential justices.

October 08, 2010 | Ruth Marcus Washington Post Writers Group | Columns


Cyber bullying no childhood prank

If you mentioned "cyber bullying" to someone just five or six years ago, the words alone would have elicited a few giggles.

October 08, 2010 | Ashley Ford | Columns


A private matter of public concern

NEW YORK -- The suicide of an 18-year-old Rutgers University student following an unimaginable invasion of his privacy has launched an overdue examination of casual -- and possibly criminal -- disregard for others' personal space.

October 06, 2010 | Kathleen Parker Washington Post Writer's Group | Columns


Getting back to education

People in this country are struggling. This isn't news -- you read it in every paper and hear it on every news station.

October 06, 2010 | Trevor Baratko | Columns


Rahm departs with mixed legacy

"Larger than life." That's how Rahm Emanuel's first grade teacher described him in a written evaluation, according to a March 2009 profile in The New Yorker. Smart teacher. The man widely known as simply "Rahm" or "Rahmbo" today apparently loomed large even then. His looming continues.

October 06, 2010 | Clarence Page Chicago Tribune | Columns


Even digitally, we're your hometown newspaper

This week is National Newspaper Week.

October 04, 2010 | Martin L. Cahn | Columns


Religious ignorance hurts

A new poll finds atheist and agnostics know more about religion than believers do. Maybe the pollsters weren't asking the right questions.

October 04, 2010 | Clarence Page Chicago Tribune | Columns


Rule of law in a recession

In 1776, John Adams published "Thoughts on Government." This document was highly influential in establishing the foundations and framework of our nation. Two very important concepts Adams promoted were that America ought to be a nation of laws, not of men, and the separation of powers between the executive, judiciary, and legislature.

October 04, 2010 | S.C. Rep. Larie Slade Funderburk Contributing columnist | Columns


How times have changed

Recently there was an interesting piece of information in a popular newspaper stating that less than 10 percent of the families in the United States had a member of the family who had served in the military. If you think about the experiences of the labeled "greatest" and "baby boomer" generations then that is an astonishing piece of news.

October 04, 2010 | Buster Beckham Contributing columnist | Columns


The silver lining

It is true what they say about attitudes and smiles -- they are infectious. They are capable of affecting the mind-set and emotions of others. As I checked out at the grocery store last week, the clerk asked me, "Have you had a good day?" It was the manner in which she posed her question that caught me off guard. She stood there waiting for my response with realness. Unless my naiveté was clouding my view, I saw the clerk's chat as genuine and instantly wanted to emulate her optimism. By following her lead, the crisis that had been bestowed ...

October 01, 2010 | Paula Joseph Contributing columnist | Columns


Small town, big city

NEW YORK -- After living in New York City for a few weeks, I've reached a few conclusions about the great political divide in America.

October 01, 2010 | Kathleen Parker Washington Post Writers Group | Columns


Give me the real bookstores

The printed page is disappearing as we speak.

October 01, 2010 | Glenn Tucker Contributing editor | Columns


The value of reading

I can't think of one thing that annoys me more than hearing someone say they never read.

October 01, 2010 | Ashley Ford | Columns


Is gap to a diverse world narrowing?

It dawned on me Sunday morning that, in the last six days, I'd attended a Lady Gaga concert in Raleigh and dressed in drag to sing a seductive rendition of "Makin' Whoopee" alongside Camden native Megan Davis Campbell -- twice.

September 29, 2010 | Trevor Baratko | Columns


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Column: Having enough

When I was a child growing up, we always had enough. If you asked Daddy, I am sure he would have said that we had ...

September 07, 2018 | By Ronda Rich www.rondarich.com | Columns


Column: Dinner on the church grounds

My back road travels take me by many a rural church. And what do I see? A fellowship hall. Often its architecture is out of ...

September 07, 2018 | By Tom Poland C-I contributing columnist | Columns


Column: Advise and dissent

WASHINGTON -- If you missed Day One of Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court hearing, just try to imagine a mud-wrestling contest attended by banshees howling at ...

September 07, 2018 | By Kathleen Parker Washington Post Writers Group | Columns


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