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Obama the Pitchman

To save his party from an embarrassing defeat in November, Obama must remove himself from the realm of public policy and reenter the sphere of politics that won him the presidency.

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The End of History Redux

The end of history is almost here.

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Hope and Change, Delivered

Make no mistake about it: Change has come to America. When President Obama signed the health-care bill into law, our country came one step closer to a more perfect union—one step closer to the ideals of equal opportunity and social justice.

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Breaking the Silence

South Asians in America face a variety of challenges that we must confront, and one of the most important is the widespread prevalence of domestic abuse in our households.

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In Defense of the Little Guy

Citizens constantly find themselves choosing between the “lesser of two evils,” picking the choice that offends their values least rather than the one that corresponds to them most.

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Entitled

Democrats in Congress feel—dare we say it—entitled to push the limits of fiscal sanity in favor of long-sought-after liberal agenda items.

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Stop Playing Politics Over Threats

Extremism occurs among the political left and the political right. But some would have you think that violent extremists are all conservatives.

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Investing in the Future

Investing in a modern university education bears little risk in today’s difficult financial times.

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Change We Shouldn’t Believe In

Democrats put a costly, partisan band-aid on the gaping bullet wound of skyrocketing health care costs.

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Lessons in Peacemaking

As Irish-Americans celebrated St. Patrick’s Day last week and continue to celebrate the remarkable peace achieved on the Emerald Isle, it is important that we all remember the lessons that made that peace possible and how they can be applied to help Israelis and Palestinians achieve a lasting peace of their own.

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On Kramer’s Statements

Since the Weatherhead Center provides Mr. Kramer with a legitimizing and prominent public platform, we wonder whether it views any policy call as ethically disgraceful.

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A New Take on Censorship

The Chinese government views Google’s decision to challenge China’s censorship laws by threatening to leave the country as yet another instance of Westerners denying China its sovereign right to govern.

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Correction

In the op-ed “Legitimizing Hate” in the March 5 issue of the Crimson, the Hispanic Business Magazine article “Business Diversity ...

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Cosmopolitan Politician

The Brown phenomenon has brought to light more than just the supposed Republican re-takeover of our national government.

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Creating a Healthy Community

Our community must actively work to reduce the stigma surrounding issues of mental health and look out for signs of emotional distress in our friends.