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Why beheading? The Boston Globe September 22, 2014
DA's abuse of discretion should be condemned, not cheered The Boston Globe September 17, 2014
Don't count on an election-day tsunami The Boston Globe September 14, 2014
Drink to your health The Boston Globe September 10, 2014
An 'LBJ law' for Kentucky? The Boston Globe September 7, 2014
A 'right' to recline? The Boston Globe September 3, 2014
I'm unenrolled. I'm conservative. Which Democrat should I vote for? The Boston Globe August 31, 2014
Your strategy was wrong, Mr. President The Boston Globe August 27, 2014
This is no time to avert our gaze The Boston Globe August 24, 2014
Hillary's Delphic politics The Boston Globe August 20, 2014
How about a year-round tax holiday? The Boston Globe August 10, 2014
They're so vain, they probably think this bridge is about them The Boston Globe August 2, 2014
'God bless America,' with irony The Boston Globe July 30, 2014
Nixon: Painfully shy, but craving great purpose The Boston Globe July 27, 2014
No, inverters aren't 'deserters' The Boston Globe July 23, 2014
On Israel, Democrats are losing moral clarity The Boston Globe July 21, 2014
Don't like the Constitution? Amend it The Boston Globe July 16, 2014
Cleveland, no need to swoon over the RNC The Boston Globe July 13, 2014
If Hillary runs, it won't be as a Clinton Democrat The Boston Globe July 9, 2014
Dissenters in a one-party statehouse The Boston Globe July 6, 2014
Blinders and buffer zones The Boston Globe July 4, 2014
The stolen job myth The Boston Globe July 2, 2014
Thad Cochran's voting-rights victory The Boston Globe June 29, 2014
Lift the embargo – but liberate Cuba first The Boston Globe June 25, 2014
The rudeness of registries The Boston Globe June 22, 2014
Marriage and the 'wrong side of history' The Boston Globe June 18, 2014
Credit cards have expiration dates. Laws should too The Boston Globe June 16, 2014
Peace? When Palestinians accept Jews as neighbors The Boston Globe June 11, 2014
A 'classic sweetheart deal' The Boston Globe June 4, 2014
Tax the roads, not the fuel The Boston Globe June 2, 2014
The vaunted 'competence' of Barack Obama The Boston Globe May 25, 2014
How political insiders control the ballot The Boston Globe May 21, 2014
Pfizer and the flight from punitive taxes The Boston Globe May 18, 2014
Fossil-free isn't folly free The Boston Globe May 14, 2014
US legal bubble can't pop soon enough The Boston Globe May 12, 2014
Japan has outgrown its "Peace Constitution" The Boston Globe May 7, 2014
The prison door keeps revolving The Boston Globe May 4, 2014
Sterling's words were vulgar and bigoted, but private The Boston Globe April 30, 2014
Amid Holocaust remembrance, antisemitism adapts and thrives The Boston Globe April 27, 2014
Goldwater lost in a landslide – and won the GOP future The Boston Globe April 20, 2014
Islam, 'honor' violence, and the silence of the progressives The Boston Globe April 13, 2014
Unity in the death of a colleague The Boston Globe April 9, 2014
Money in politics? McCutcheon's foes don't always say no The Boston Globe April 6, 2014
Why no wine online in Massachusetts? The Boston Globe April 2, 2014
How unborn babies become 'clinical waste' The Boston Globe March 30, 2014
Democrats' ObamaCare albatross The Boston Globe March 27, 2014
Public-sector pensions are eating taxpayers alive The Boston Globe March 23, 2014
This is no time to go wobbly on Ukraine The Boston Globe March 19, 2014
The punchline is the president's dignity The Boston Globe March 16, 2014
Eminent disaster The Boston Globe March 12, 2014
'Six Californias' instead of one? The Boston Globe March 9, 2014
Obama's fantasy Middle East The Boston Globe March 5, 2014
The value in preaching to the unconverted The Boston Globe March 2, 2014
Where is our shame? The Boston Globe February 26, 2014
The man who didn't want to be president The Boston Globe February 16, 2014
No, death isn't 'too good' for Tsarnaev The Boston Globe February 12, 2014
Political values aren't coded in skin color The Boston Globe February 9, 2014
The Bay State's model of health care 'reform': Wait for it The Boston Globe February 5, 2014
'Leading from behind' to a new world disorder The Boston Globe February 2, 2014
Income gap? Not many are obsessed The Boston Globe January 29, 2014
The Court, the buffer zone, and the marketplace of ideas The Boston Globe January 26, 2014
Blessed by an 'amazing community' The Boston Globe January 22, 2014
Buffering out the right to hear The Boston Globe January 5, 2014
Four New Year's resolutions for the press The Boston Globe January 1, 2014
The Castro tyranny turns another year older The Boston Globe December 29, 2013
The radical dream of 'peace on earth' The Boston Globe December 25, 2013
Francis (n.) The Boston Globe December 22, 2013
Another slip down the slope from gay marriage The Boston Globe December 22, 2013
Impeach Obama? Not a chance The Boston Globe December 18, 2013
John Kerry's wrongheaded priority The Boston Globe December 15, 2013
Faked hate? The Boston Globe December 11, 2013
Majority rules on climate science? The Boston Globe December 4, 2013
'Tis better to give, but some give more The Boston Globe December 1, 2013
When there was no going home The Boston Globe November 27, 2013
A pro-terror rally on a Palestinian campus The Boston Globe November 24, 2013
When the joke was on JFK The Boston Globe November 20, 2013
Marketplace changes have made ENDA superfluous The Boston Globe November 17, 2013
Typhoon Haiyan and the old, old problem of evil The Boston Globe November 13, 2013
Does the First Amendment stop at 35 feet? The Boston Globe November 10, 2013
The bitter pill of failed state tax incentives The Boston Globe November 6, 2013
Which ObamaCare shoe will drop next? The Boston Globe November 3, 2013
The Saudis' UN snub was a message meant for Obama The Boston Globe October 27, 2013
Manufactured indignation The Boston Globe October 23, 2013
Would Democrats embrace a JFK today? The Boston Globe October 20, 2013
The problem is the debt, not the debt ceiling The Boston Globe October 16, 2013
Compromise with Republicans, don't demonize them The Boston Globe October 9, 2013
A cup of civility The Boston Globe October 6, 2013
Binding arbitration is a sucker's game for taxpayers The Boston Globe October 2, 2013
It's not the pope's culture war The Boston Globe September 25, 2013
Wellesley faculty defend an endangered 'colleague' – in China The Boston Globe September 18, 2013
From the Iraqi pullout to the disaster in Syria The Boston Globe September 15, 2013
The handshake delusion The Boston Globe September 11, 2013
Darwin's conundrum: Where does compassion come from? The Boston Globe September 4, 2013
Logan Airport is too important to be run by the state The Boston Globe September 1, 2013
When 'never again' turns into 'yet again' The Boston Globe August 28, 2013
Does a police officer's race matter? The Boston Globe August 25, 2013
How to fix presidential debates The Boston Globe August 21, 2013
An invitation from the Sunshine State The Boston Globe August 18, 2013
Fort Hood's casualties have earned the Purple Heart The Boston Globe August 14, 2013
Government is dangerous. Handle with care. The Boston Globe August 11, 2013
There oughta be a law? Don't be so sure The Boston Globe July 28, 2013
Don't be so trashy The Boston Globe July 24, 2013
Mandela's moral leap The Boston Globe July 21, 2013
A quintessentially American hall of fame The Boston Globe July 14, 2013
Supreme Court life tenure needs a rethink The Boston Globe July 10, 2013
What is Islam? The Boston Globe July 7, 2013
Words to transform the world The Boston Globe July 3, 2013
Voting rights and the chains of memory The Boston Globe June 30, 2013
Demography doesn't threaten the Jewish state The Boston Globe June 26, 2013
Political elite should shun Bill Bulger The Boston Globe June 23, 2013
Two pandering poseurs at the final Senate debate The Boston Globe June 19, 2013
Employers are not immigration officers The Boston Globe June 16, 2013
A conservative's case for confirming Samantha Power The Boston Globe June 12, 2013
Some questions they weren't expecting The Boston Globe June 9, 2013
Washington booms – thanks to other people's money The Boston Globe June 5, 2013
Is this any way to help the poor? The Boston Globe June 2, 2013
How far does 'marriage equality' go? The Boston Globe May 29, 2013
The most useless job in the state The Boston Globe May 26, 2013
At Harvard, the right not to be offended trumps academic freedom The Boston Globe May 22, 2013
Terrorism is never justified The Boston Globe May 15, 2013
Secure the border? That's what the US has done The Boston Globe May 12, 2013
Dzokhar Tsarnaev and the death penalty The Boston Globe May 8, 2013
Can Gabriel Gomez crack the code? The Boston Globe May 5, 2013
Winslow's media endorsements were no game changer The Boston Globe May 1, 2013
There's nothing fair about the Marketplace Fairness Act The Boston Globe April 24, 2013
On North Korea, Kerry muddles the message The Boston Globe April 21, 2013
Things will be the same again The Boston Globe April 16, 2013
King's 'Letter' and the law The Boston Globe April 14, 2013
The essence of Thatcherism The Boston Globe April 10, 2013
Boston's taxicab mess – and the oligopoly behind it The Boston Globe April 7, 2013
Lynch's vote showed backbone The Boston Globe March 24, 2013
On balance, was the Iraq war worth it? The Boston Globe March 20, 2013
Supreme, yes. But infallible? The Boston Globe March 17, 2013
Useful idiots, then and now The Boston Globe March 13, 2013
Education liberation The Boston Globe March 10, 2013
Americans speak every language, but only English unites us The Boston Globe March 6, 2013
Europe's Hezbollah cowardice The Boston Globe March 3, 2013
Still obsessed with Citizens United The Boston Globe February 27, 2013
After the 'toughest' gun law, gun crime rose The Boston Globe February 17, 2013
Abolition, word by word The Boston Globe February 13, 2013
Boston's commuters could learn something from Tokyo's The Boston Globe February 10, 2013
A guaranteed flop The Boston Globe February 6, 2013
A popular secretary of state, not a great one The Boston Globe February 3, 2013
Freedom? In Japan, conservatives don't mention it The Boston Globe January 30, 2013
Bad guys' lawyers The Boston Globe January 13, 2013
'People's Pledge' made the Warren-Brown race worse The Boston Globe January 9, 2013
People are truly good at heart? Sadly, no The Boston Globe January 2, 2013
What is the future of conservatism? Commentary January 2013
Kerry's 'realism' slips into callousness The Boston Globe December 30, 2012
Those endless, onerous presidential campaigns The Boston Globe December 26, 2012
A party that doesn't think with its skin The Boston Globe December 23, 2012
Good laws will never abolish all evil The Boston Globe December 19, 2012
The baby bust generation The Boston Globe December 16, 2012
Freedom from union compulsion The Boston Globe December 12, 2012
Powerball's other big winner: the taxman The Boston Globe December 9, 2012
Grant's greatest regret The Boston Globe December 5, 2012
What Medicare needs is a consumer-driven market The Boston Globe November 28, 2012
Yes, slash farm subsidies — but don't stop there The Boston Globe November 25, 2012
A vast moral difference The Boston Globe November 21, 2012
Incumbents forever The Boston Globe November 18, 2012
Gay marriage at the ballot box The Boston Globe November 14, 2012
Rx for the Mass. GOP: clarity and conviction The Boston Globe November 11, 2012
One of civilization's wonders The Boston Globe November 7, 2012
Voting is a right, not a duty The Boston Globe October 28, 2012
The real George McGovern The Boston Globe October 23, 2012
Can a conscientious liberal back Obama? The Boston Globe October 21, 2012
What would Hippocrates do? The Boston Globe October 17, 2012
The moral giant and the leftist creep The Boston Globe October 14, 2012
Warren tries to have it both ways The Boston Globe October 11, 2012
What's the real race issue here? The Boston Globe October 7, 2012
Romney left Obama on the ropes The Boston Globe October 4, 2012
Unintimidable: Boston University's 'silver unicorn' The Boston Globe September 28, 2012
Obama, the great divider The Boston Globe September 26, 2012
The ghosts of Jimmy Carter The Boston Globe September 23, 2012
Just as intended, teachers strike hurts families The Boston Globe September 16, 2012
The higher-ed bubble is bound to burst The Boston Globe September 12, 2012
Politics and the G-word The Boston Globe September 9, 2012
News media need to own their biases The Boston Globe September 5, 2012
Time to shelve the conventions The Boston Globe September 2, 2012
Political fidelity is a virtue -- sometimes The Boston Globe August 29, 2012
Which party is extreme on abortion? They both are The Boston Globe August 26, 2012
Stingy liberals The Boston Globe August 22, 2012
Unlikely bedfellows on immigration reform The Boston Globe August 19, 2012
After the Olympics: Where's the humility? The Boston Globe August 15, 2012
Why should Massachusetts beg anyone to vote? The Boston Globe August 12, 2012
The rich pay their fair share in taxes — and then some The Boston Globe August 8, 2012
Public discourse, without the 'hard zinger' The Boston Globe July 25, 2012
How the marriage gap favors Obama The Boston Globe July 22, 2012
A slow reader's lament The Boston Globe July 18, 2012
Life terms for teen killers: neither cruel nor unusual The Boston Globe July 15, 2012
Minimum-wage laws are costly for the unemployed The Boston Globe July 11, 2012
Broaden the immigration debate -- and abolish the quotas The Boston Globe July 8, 2012
Celebrating, royal-free The Boston Globe July 4, 2012
No danger in a nuclear Iran? Seriously? The Boston Globe July 1, 2012
America the non-racist The Boston Globe June 27, 2012
What Brown lost in the debate over the debate The Boston Globe June 24, 2012
Forget the research; our minds are made up The Boston Globe June 20, 2012
The #%@*&! problem The Boston Globe June 17, 2012
A free market brings down health costs The Boston Globe June 13, 2012
The end nears for a 50-year mistake The Boston Globe June 10, 2012
Facebook's expatriate and the Senate's demagogues The Boston Globe June 3, 2012
When 'minority' is a trick of definition The Boston Globe May 27, 2012
The peace process battered Israel's reputation The Boston Globe May 23, 2012
Two is enough The Boston Globe May 20, 2012
Health care: No, the state doesn't know best The Boston Globe May 16, 2012
What if Obama's 'evolution' had been sincere? The Boston Globe May 13, 2012
The ghastly hellhole of Camp 14 The Boston Globe May 9, 2012
'The defining issue of our time'? Hardly The Boston Globe May 6, 2012
What Brown's and Warren's tax returns really show The Boston Globe May 2, 2012
The government's college money pit The Boston Globe April 29, 2012
Jim McGovern's war on the Constitution The Boston Globe April 25, 2012
Obama is a unifier? Hardly. The Boston Globe April 22, 2012
'Victims' who persecute The Boston Globe April 18, 2012
Freedom of association, even for Augusta National The Boston Globe April 11, 2012
An uncivil income tax system The Boston Globe April 4, 2012
With sunny authenticity, Reagan wooed the young The Boston Globe March 28, 2012
Romney, Republicans, and the young The Boston Globe March 25, 2012
A safer society with guns The Boston Globe March 21, 2012
On the health-insurance mandate, Romney plays both sides The Boston Globe March 18, 2012
On trial at Rutgers: hate crime or thought crime? The Boston Globe March 14, 2012
Taxi medallions shackle cabbies The Boston Globe March 11, 2012
Apologize like you mean it, Rush The Boston Globe March 7, 2012
Santorum's 'snob' was no gaffe The Boston Globe March 4, 2012
Outraged by Mormon proxy baptism? Not this Jew The Boston Globe February 29, 2012
Quakers, conscience, and contraception The Boston Globe February 15, 2012
A second look at 'The Third Jihad' The Boston Globe February 12, 2012
Ganging up on Ginsburg The Boston Globe February 8, 2012
Is a long primary fight good for the GOP? The Boston Globe February 5, 2012
'Right-to-work' means freedom and choice The Boston Globe February 1, 2012
Why should the state license drivers? The Boston Globe January 29, 2012
Shut up, they explained The Boston Globe January 25, 2012
Tom Menino, cable guy? The Boston Globe January 22, 2012
Burning with despair The Boston Globe January 18, 2012
In New Hampshire, 'acceptable' is pronounced 'winner' The Boston Globe January 11, 2012
A 'referendum' on Romney The Boston Globe January 7, 2012
Pull the parachute The Boston Globe January 4, 2012
The Supreme Court's judgment isn't absolute The Boston Globe January 1, 2012
Not-Mitt (n.) The Boston Globe December 31, 2011
The gift of giving The Boston Globe December 28, 2011
'Dysfunctional' government is a feature, not a bug The Boston Globe December 25, 2011
The affirmative-action myth The Boston Globe December 23, 2011
An 'end point' for race-based admissions The Boston Globe December 18, 2011
E-mail isn't killing the Post Office The Boston Globe December 11, 2011
For Arab Christians, a wintry 'spring' The Boston Globe December 7, 2011
Frank's sneering insults won't be missed The Boston Globe December 4, 2011
In Oregon, a profile in incoherence The Boston Globe November 30, 2011
Making Americans The Boston Globe November 23, 2011
Memo to Washington: Kick the spending habit The Boston Globe November 20, 2011
Is America past its prime? The Boston Globe November 16, 2011
A deep breath for free speech The Boston Globe November 13, 2011
A nuclear Iran would be the gravest threat The Boston Globe November 9, 2011
Medallion madness The Boston Globe November 6, 2011
Occupiers, Tea Partiers, and the Tenth Commandment The Boston Globe November 2, 2011
Losing the peace in Iraq? The Boston Globe October 30, 2011
Romney's threat to China The Boston Globe October 26, 2011
Cain wasn't ready with a '9-9-9' defense The Boston Globe October 19, 2011
Too steep a price for Shalit's release The Boston Globe October 18, 2011
The Cairo pogrom The Boston Globe October 12, 2011
The left, the race card, and Herman Cain The Boston Globe October 9, 2011
The search for meaning in mortality The Boston Globe October 5, 2011
Professor Warren's ire The Boston Globe September 28, 2011
Climate skeptics don't 'deny science' The Boston Globe September 24, 2011
A Palestinian state? Don't count on it The Boston Globe September 21, 2011
For Elizabeth Warren, a story from 1984 The Boston Globe September 18, 2011
Liberty's resilience, even after 9/11 The Boston Globe September 14, 2011
The war on terror is a war of ideas The Boston Globe September 11, 2011
Uncle Sam's IOUs can't save Social Security The Boston Globe September 7, 2011
A Ponzi scheme? That's not the point The Boston Globe September 4, 2011
Anti-religious diatribes come in different forms The Boston Globe August 31, 2011
Disaster isn't a stimulus package The Boston Globe August 28, 2011
The Sage of Omaha speaks, but his actions speak louder The Boston Globe August 24, 2011
When 'inconsequential' means 'better' The Boston Globe August 21, 2011
Making Washington inconsequential The Boston Globe August 17, 2011
Tea Partiers sound an urgent alarm The Boston Globe August 14, 2011
The spurned millionaire's vendetta The Boston Globe August 10, 2011
'Energy independence' is a pipe dream The Boston Globe August 7, 2011
Smearing the Tea Party The Boston Globe August 3, 2011
Migraines, Michele, and me The Boston Globe July 24, 2011
Population boon The Boston Globe July 20, 2011
How many lawmakers does it take to. . . . The Boston Globe July 17, 2011
Close the door on public-sector unions The Boston Globe July 13, 2011
Let convicts choose: Prison or the lash? The Boston Globe July 10, 2011
Philosophy, faith, and the Fourth of July The Boston Globe July 3, 2011
Marriage cannot be redefined The Boston Globe June 29, 2011
Good intentions, bad health policy The Boston Globe June 26, 2011
The world's best policeman The Boston Globe June 22, 2011
Who cares about US history? The Boston Globe June 19, 2011
Outrage that misses the target The Boston Globe June 17, 2011
The tax break game The Boston Globe June 12, 2011
Slash spending and the economy will bloom The Boston Globe June 8, 2011
No blind eye to the 'worst of the worst' The Boston Globe June 5, 2011
Cooler heads contend with climate panic The Boston Globe June 1, 2011
Much ado about Bibi and Barack The Boston Globe May 29, 2011
A ban on circumcision? The Boston Globe May 25, 2011
Gingrich and 'the party of food stamps' The Boston Globe May 22, 2011
Romney stands steadfast for a bad idea The Boston Globe May 18, 2011
Obama's inexcusable indecision on Syria The Boston Globe May 15, 2011
Bin Laden's death doesn't vindicate torture The Boston Globe May 11, 2011
The debt-ceiling scaremongers The Boston Globe May 4, 2011
Finally, justice is done boston.com May 2, 2011
Hitler is dead. Hitlerism lives on The Boston Globe May 1, 2011
Why the 2012 hopefuls don't inspire The Boston Globe April 24, 2011
There's no fairness in taxing e-sales The Boston Globe April 17, 2011
The myth of 'Herbert Hoover economics' The Boston Globe April 13, 2011
The indispensable freedom of association The Boston Globe April 10, 2011
Judge Goldstone takes it back The Boston Globe April 6, 2011
Shaking the house that Assad built The Boston Globe March 30, 2011
Gingrich vs. Gingrich The Boston Globe March 26, 2011
The convention-center follies The Boston Globe March 23, 2011
This time, don't betray the rebels The Boston Globe March 20, 2011
Massacre of the innocents The Boston Globe March 16, 2011
What NPR needs is a little tough love The Boston Globe March 13, 2011
A RomneyCare fix for Romney The Boston Globe March 9, 2011
Separation of Jesus and Congress The Boston Globe March 6, 2011
Union 'rights' that aren't The Boston Globe March 2, 2011
Lara Logan and Egyptian liberation The Boston Globe February 20, 2011
Retire the racial bean-counters The Boston Globe February 16, 2011
Why are the zealots obsessed with smoking? The Boston Globe February 13, 2011
No room at the table for the Muslim Brothers The Boston Globe February 9, 2011
Made in the U.S.A. The Boston Globe February 6, 2011
Egypt and the 'freedom agenda' The Boston Globe February 2, 2011
The case for mercenaries in Somalia The Boston Globe January 30, 2011
Abortion's awful euphemisms The Boston Globe January 26, 2011
Obama, the Great Deregulator? The Boston Globe January 23, 2011
Voices of patience and wisdom The Boston Globe January 16, 2011
Arbitration's intolerable bind The Boston Globe January 12, 2011
The widening fight against public-sector unions The Boston Globe January 9, 2011
Commemorating secession, with sorrow and honesty The Boston Globe January 5, 2011
Beacon Hill's 'old school' corruption The Boston Globe January 2, 2011
Retweet (v.) The Boston Globe December 31, 2010
A House poorly divided The Boston Globe December 26, 2010
Looting Lorillard The Boston Globe December 22, 2010
Mitt Romney does the health-care straddle The Boston Globe December 19, 2010
Yes, genocide is 'an American concern' The Boston Globe December 15, 2010
Why do the liberals rage? The Boston Globe December 12, 2010
The 'Islamophobia' myth The Boston Globe December 8, 2010
Is capital punishment racist? The Boston Globe December 5, 2010
North Korea runs unchecked The Boston Globe December 1, 2010
No subsidy for NPR The Boston Globe November 24, 2010
TSA: One step behind the terrorists The Boston Globe November 21, 2010
Warning labels and the nanny-state The Boston Globe November 17, 2010
Created by God to be good The Boston Globe November 14, 2010
The GOP gets a second chance The Boston Globe November 7, 2010
Europe says no to deficit-spending 'stimulus' The Boston Globe November 3, 2010
The 'big dog' of campaign spending The Boston Globe October 30, 2010
Condescension and comeuppance The Boston Globe October 27, 2010
Yes on 3: Four reasons to roll back the sales tax The Boston Globe October 24, 2010
Fannie, Freddie, Frank, and fiction The Boston Globe October 20, 2010
The undeniable Jewish state The Boston Globe October 17, 2010
ObamaCare blowback The Boston Globe October 13, 2010
The most conservative court? Hardly The Boston Globe October 10, 2010
What public-sector unions have wrought Commentary October 2010
Congress beats the trade-war drum The Boston Globe October 6, 2010
Ultimate evil calls for ultimate punishment The Boston Globe September 29, 2010
The waste of recycling The Boston Globe September 22, 2010
Get excited about recycling? Not me The Boston Globe September 19, 2010
Lessons of the Koran's non-burning The Boston Globe September 15, 2010
The man out to topple Barney Frank The Boston Globe September 8, 2010
Victims on the road to 'peace' The Boston Globe September 5, 2010
'Clunkers' was a classic government folly The Boston Globe September 1, 2010
Let the private sector fund stem-cell research The Boston Globe August 29, 2010
Lifting the embargo would entrench Cuba's rulers The Boston Globe August 25, 2010
Lighten up, Mr. President The Boston Globe August 22, 2010
The 'disengagement' disaster, five years on The Boston Globe August 18, 2010
Born in the U.S.A. The Boston Globe August 15, 2010
Anti-Semites and double standards The Boston Globe August 4, 2010
Electoral College bypassers should be careful what they wish for The Boston Globe August 1, 2010
Keelhauling Kerry The Boston Globe July 28, 2010
A free press takes no subsidies The Boston Globe July 25, 2010
Does the press deserve a bailout? The Boston Globe July 20, 2010
Look who's defending states' rights The Boston Globe July 18, 2010
Fouled by the taxman The Boston Globe July 14, 2010
Were the Founders hypocrites? The Boston Globe July 4, 2010
Declining on the bench The Boston Globe June 29, 2010
The union-only protection racket The Boston Globe June 27, 2010
The 'good' Communist -- not The Boston Globe June 23, 2010
Instruments of crime are instruments, not crimes The Boston Globe June 20, 2010
In love with socialized medicine The Boston Globe June 16, 2010
Musings, random and otherwise The Boston Globe June 13, 2010
Oil fuels better lives The Boston Globe June 9, 2010
A mosque at Ground Zero? Moderate Muslims say no The Boston Globe June 6, 2010
Obama, Israel & American Jews: The Challenge Commentary June 2010
Give peace a chance with government-free schools The Boston Globe May 30, 2010
Rand Paul and the right to be odious The Boston Globe May 26, 2010
Not another 'hollow charade' The Boston Globe May 19, 2010
Liberal grit in the fight for school choice The Boston Globe May 16, 2010
Who decides what 'marriage' means? The Boston Globe May 12, 2010
Law and disorder The Boston Globe May 9, 2010
A moment with the maestro The Boston Globe May 4, 2010
What's wrong with price gouging? The Boston Globe May 4, 2010
Signing on the line is a public act The Boston Globe May 2, 2010
The medium isn't the message The Boston Globe April 28, 2010
Freedom takes more than technology The Boston Globe April 25, 2010
Look who's carrying on The Boston Globe April 18, 2010
A Boston Tea Party The Boston Globe April 14, 2010
Support for Israel runs on party lines The Boston Globe April 11, 2010
Women in science: The news isn't bad The Boston Globe March 28, 2010
No place for race The Boston Globe March 24, 2010
Obama's pointless fight with Israel The Boston Globe March 21, 2010
How to fix 'the mistake on the lake' The Boston Globe March 17, 2010
100 million 'missing' girls The Boston Globe March 14, 2010
Iraq's new birth of freedom The Boston Globe March 10, 2010
Uniform standards are not a good fit The Boston Globe March 6, 2010
Gore's overheated doomsday rhetoric The Boston Globe March 3, 2010
A ride in Big Brother's Audi The Boston Globe February 14, 2010
'Engagement' won't unclench the mullahs' fist The Boston Globe February 10, 2010
Paying the price for a UMass law school The Boston Globe February 7, 2010
Candidates, campaigns, and New Coke The Boston Globe January 30, 2010
Public-sector pay, private-sector backlash The Boston Globe January 27, 2010
'The freedom to think for ourselves' The Boston Globe January 24, 2010
A blessing in disguise The Boston Globe January 20, 2010
Blame Obama for the bluest state's blues The Boston Globe January 17, 2010
Harry Reid's racial imbroglio The Boston Globe January 13, 2010
It's the people's seat, and it's up for grabs The Boston Globe January 12, 2010
The protectionist delusion The Boston Globe January 10, 2010
Medicare and the Mayo Clinic The Boston Globe January 6, 2010
Let's keep the death tax dead The Boston Globe January 3, 2010
The 2000s: A descent into incivility The Boston Globe December 31, 2009
The wake-up call from Flight 253 The Boston Globe December 30, 2009
Musings, random and otherwise The Boston Globe December 27, 2009
Not all tidings are of great joy The Boston Globe December 23, 2009
Israel's reckless release The Boston Globe December 20, 2009
Economics 101: How little they really know The Boston Globe December 16, 2009
Throw out the race card The Boston Globe December 12, 2009
Huckabee's deadly gamble The Boston Globe December 9, 2009
Climategate: Dissent on ice The Boston Globe December 2, 2009
Why are Americans so pro-Israel? MetroWest Jewish Reporter December 2009
Anybody but Coakley or Capuano The Boston Globe November 25, 2009
The right is wrong on illegal immigration The Boston Globe November 22, 2009
Live from New York, a terror trial we'll regret The Boston Globe November 18, 2009
Obama and 'The Great I Am' The Boston Globe November 14, 2009
'Don't call people bigots just because you disagree with them' The Boston Globe November 11, 2009
How to build a better House The Boston Globe November 8, 2009
The question Judge Goldstone won't answer boston.com November 6, 2009
The public's best option: Less government, more choice The Boston Globe November 4, 2009
Hyperbole and the health-care debate The Boston Globe November 1, 2009
The war against affordable books The Boston Globe October 28, 2009
A very liberal foursome The Boston Globe October 27, 2009
CLT's last hurrah? The Boston Globe October 25, 2009
The year the dominoes fell The Boston Globe October 21, 2009
Something stinks, but it isn't the voters The Boston Globe October 18, 2009
Peace vs. the 'peace process' The Boston Globe October 14, 2009
Time to make the column The Boston Globe October 11, 2009
A bluntly political act boston.com October 9, 2009
The myth of the underpaid public employee The Boston Globe September 30, 2009
Silence the idiot box The Boston Globe September 27, 2009
Mandatory insurance: Yes, it's a tax The Boston Globe September 23, 2009
The man who hated hunger The Boston Globe September 16, 2009
What 'right' to health care? The Boston Globe September 13, 2009
Afghanistan, Obama, and the loyal opposition The Boston Globe September 9, 2009
Bad news: illegal immigration is down The Boston Globe September 6, 2009
On soaking the rich The Boston Globe September 2, 2009
Why Are Jews Liberals? Commentary September 2009
'Kennedy' once meant 'tax-cutter' The Boston Globe August 30, 2009
The true believer The Boston Globe August 27, 2009
Clunker Q&A The Boston Globe August 26, 2009
Do the right thing, Senator Kennedy. Resign The Boston Globe August 23, 2009
Chadors in the Cabinet can't cloak Iran's misogyny The Boston Globe August 19, 2009
Musings, random and otherwise The Boston Globe August 9, 2009
With imprisonment up, crime is down The Boston Globe August 5, 2009
Held hostage in North Korea The Boston Globe August 2, 2009
Health care: We don't need the Lexus The Boston Globe July 29, 2009
Abortion and the echo of eugenics The Boston Globe July 26, 2009
Jerusalem -- one city, undivided The Boston Globe July 22, 2009
Kabuki and Sonia Sotomayor The Boston Globe July 15, 2009
Read it before you vote, congressman The Boston Globe July 12, 2009
Minimum-wage folly The Boston Globe July 8, 2009
A deadly organ-donor system The Boston Globe July 5, 2009
No climate debate? Yes, there is The Boston Globe July 1, 2009
The 'democracy president' -- not The Boston Globe June 24, 2009
'1984' + 60 The Boston Globe June 21, 2009
Obama, Iran, and the Tiananmen playbook The Boston Globe June 17, 2009
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Rush Limbaugh's ear The Boston Globe October 14, 2001
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Affirmative action can be fatal The Boston Globe August 14, 1997
PLO propagandists rewrite Jewish history The Boston Globe July 10, 1997
The Framers would have voted to abolish the NEA The Boston Globe July 3, 1997
At UMass, student lawbreaking has grown routine The Boston Globe June 3, 1997
On college campuses, all is not yet lost The Boston Globe May 29, 1997
The tyranny of the IRS The Boston Globe May 13, 1997
Art without the NEA The Boston Globe April 15, 1997
The Kennedys and women The Boston Globe April 3, 1997
Farrakhan and the slave traders The Boston Globe April 1, 1997
A message to my newborn son The Boston Globe March 27, 1997
Tax relief is indispensable. Newt Gingrich isn't The Boston Globe March 25, 1997
Bigotry in black and white The Boston Globe March 11, 1997
Who needs the Registry? The Boston Globe March 6, 1997
The partial-truth abortion debate The Boston Globe March 4, 1997
A blind eye to Deng's atrocities The Boston Globe February 27, 1997
A lesson from Birmingham Jail The Boston Globe February 25, 1997
Bring back flogging The Boston Globe February 20, 1997
Rx for the House: Enlarge it The Boston Globe February 18, 1997
A commercial jewel in PBS's crown The Boston Globe February 13, 1997
The deceiving of Madeleine Albright The Boston Globe February 11, 1997
Education inflation The Boston Globe February 6, 1997
Menino's abandoned tax-cut brainstorm The Boston Globe February 4, 1997
In Jones vs. Clinton, hypocrisy left and right The Boston Globe January 30, 1997
Tsongas's shining hour The Boston Globe January 28, 1997
The self-esteem movement goes off the deep end The Boston Globe January 23, 1997
Out of the mouths of liberals comes hate speech The Boston Globe December 31, 1996
The real obstacle to Mideast peace The Boston Globe December 26, 1996
Christian suffering is on the rise The Boston Globe December 24, 1996
Santa, 2014: slim, smoke-free, and P.C. The Boston Globe December 19, 1996
The false gods of popular culture The Boston Globe December 17, 1996
Willful murderers deserve death, not compassion The Boston Globe December 12, 1996
Why is the state so secretive about its standardized tests? The Boston Globe December 10, 1996
Disney's courage, Mandela's caution The Boston Globe December 5, 1996
Lower the flag, South Carolina The Boston Globe December 3, 1996
The faith that links Thanksgiving and Chanukah The Boston Globe November 28, 1996
Good riddance to a disgraceful speaker The Boston Globe November 26, 1996
The sky didn't fall on black congressional candidates The Boston Globe November 21, 1996
'Motor voter' dumbs down democracy The Boston Globe November 12, 1996
Rejoice, conservatives: You carried the day The Boston Globe November 7, 1996
Wang's sacrifice for the right to vote The Boston Globe November 5, 1996
Moakley doesn't know when to quit The Boston Globe October 31, 1996
Why Johnny still can't read (or write or do math) The Boston Globe October 29, 1996
US Postal Service slips closer to irrelevance The Boston Globe October 24, 1996
From whites-only trains to blacks-only classrooms The Boston Globe October 22, 1996
Dole's word vs. Clinton's The Boston Globe October 17, 1996
The low state of higher education The Boston Globe October 15, 1996
For the Palestinians, peace is but a tactic The Boston Globe October 11, 1996
Imagine, a candidacy based on principle The Boston Globe October 8, 1996
The message is clear: Dole's the better man The Boston Globe October 7, 1996
A letter to Johnathan The Boston Globe October 3, 1996
40 more reasons to fire Bill Clinton The Boston Globe October 1, 1996
Four ways to jump-start the Kerry campaign The Boston Globe September 26, 1996
A cardinal's compassion for a killer The Boston Globe September 24, 1996
Four more years? Here are 40 reasons to say no The Boston Globe September 12, 1996
A nominee of a different color The Boston Globe September 10, 1996
The suffering of a mother bird The Boston Globe September 5, 1996
The party of gun-haters The Boston Globe September 3, 1996
Paying the price for faith The Boston Globe August 29, 1996
California's colorblind proposition The Boston Globe August 27, 1996
Embers from the Holocaust The Boston Globe August 18, 1996
African Americans find a home in the GOP The Boston Globe August 15, 1996
Dole unfurls the Reaganite flag The Boston Globe August 13, 1996
Why the voters should judge the judges The Boston Globe August 8, 1996
A welfare catastrophe? No, it's a modest reform The Boston Globe August 6, 1996
'I am not going to stay in the same room as this Israeli' Boston Globe August 1, 1996
Bob Dole? A tax cutter? The Boston Globe July 30, 1996
Waging hypocrisy The Boston Globe July 25, 1996
Gingrich was right about White House drug users The Boston Globe July 23, 1996
Making it too easy to vote The Boston Globe July 18, 1996
No marriage license for Barney Frank The Boston Globe July 16, 1996
Cut the fawning over Justice Liacos The Boston Globe July 11, 1996
Behind Bibi's style, a new message about peace The Boston Globe July 9, 1996
Germans face big bills for decades of social spending The Boston Globe July 2, 1996
Liberal media bias? Of course there is The Boston Globe June 11, 1996
Welcome, immigrants -- but don't expect any giveaways The Boston Globe June 6, 1996
At least Israel puts it to a vote The Boston Globe June 4, 1996
A day of hope and courage The Boston Globe May 30, 1996
In the best interests of Baby Lonnie? The Boston Globe May 23, 1996
The flag in the toilet The Boston Globe May 21, 1996
Kerry's charity gap The Boston Globe May 16, 1996
Of Hindu extremists and a prince's privacy The Boston Globe May 14, 1996
The teachers we remember The Boston Globe May 9, 1996
Who really drove up the price of gasoline? The Boston Globe May 7, 1996
New tortures for landlords The Boston Globe May 2, 1996
Rent control, RIP The Boston Globe April 30, 1996
100 years after Plessy, and we're still counting by race The Boston Globe April 25, 1996
Are environmentalists responsible for the Unabomber? The Boston Globe April 23, 1996
There's a remedy for incompetent judges The Boston Globe April 18, 1996
'The killers were so many' The Boston Globe April 16, 1996
Minimum wage, maximum pain The Boston Globe April 11, 1996
A worried John Kerry The Boston Globe April 9, 1996
Finneran: speaker of the House, not the Democratic caucus The Boston Globe April 4, 1996
Silence on slavery The Boston Globe April 2, 1996
Intolerance at Brookline High The Boston Globe March 19, 1996
U.S. ambiguity on Taiwan invites aggression The Boston Globe March 14, 1996
Let's end corporate welfare as we know it The Boston Globe March 12, 1996
Rx for the Legislature: Trim the fat The Boston Globe March 7, 1996
Legislative greed The Boston Globe March 5, 1996
In London, Cuba, Israel: the bombs of 'peace' The Boston Globe February 29, 1996
Why Buchanan is going nowhere The Boston Globe February 27, 1996
The mugging of the Palm The Boston Globe February 22, 1996
Political notes for a shabby season The Boston Globe February 20, 1996
Minister of treason The Boston Globe February 15, 1996
Bill Weld's shifting standards The Boston Globe February 13, 1996
Flat tax is the fairest of them all The Boston Globe February 8, 1996
'Alarming facts' about boys and girls The Boston Globe February 6, 1996
Elections by mail? Here's a no vote The Boston Globe February 1, 1996
The body's delicate balancing act The Boston Globe January 30, 1996
What happened when ABC was caught in a lie? It covered up The Boston Globe January 25, 1996
A killer lives; a child dies The Boston Globe January 12, 1996
Have a drink, live a little (longer) The Boston Globe January 9, 1996
Homage to a crooner The Boston Globe January 4, 1996
Bill Weld's Revolution that Wasn't City Journal Winter 1996
Another year of liberal libels The Boston Globe December 21, 1995
The vandals of history The Boston Globe December 19, 1995
The flames of hatred in the Age of Farrakhan The Boston Globe December 14, 1995
A ban on negative ads, Sen. Kerry? Why wait? The Boston Globe December 12, 1995
To the victims of Communism: lest we forget The Boston Globe December 7, 1995
Break open the taxicab monopoly The Boston Globe December 5, 1995
Recipe for a debacle The Boston Globe November 30, 1995
Another blow to UMass's reputation The Boston Globe November 28, 1995
The power of a 'compassion tax credit' The Boston Globe November 23, 1995
Ethical clouds over the Clinton cabinet The Boston Globe November 21, 1995
The shutdown has me worried sick The Boston Globe November 16, 1995
Expressway HOV lane: a highly offensive venture The Boston Globe November 14, 1995
While Milosevic shops The Boston Globe November 9, 1995
Rabin is not the first victim of this ancient scourge The Boston Globe November 7, 1995
So Weld is downsizing government? Seeing is believing The Boston Globe November 2, 1995
Musings, random and otherwise The Boston Globe October 31, 1995
Should discrimination against homosexuals be illegal? The Boston Globe October 26, 1995
Cleveland's comeback The Boston Globe October 24, 1995
Straight talk about 'choice' The Boston Globe October 19, 1995
As taxes have climbed, families have paid the price The Boston Globe October 17, 1995
Choking off immigration The Boston Globe October 5, 1995
When murder makes page 1, is the blood any redder? The Boston Globe October 3, 1995
The terrible crimes of Ivan The Boston Globe September 28, 1995
Who is Bush to fault Clinton? The Boston Globe September 14, 1995
If Packwood isn't fit to be a senator, why is Kennedy? The Boston Globe September 12, 1995
The Supreme Court doesn't have the final word The Boston Globe September 7, 1995
A third-party president? Forget it The Boston Globe September 5, 1995
Unions replace solidarity with coercion The Boston Globe August 31, 1995
Lesson for liberals: the riches of a Mississippi washerwoman The Boston Globe August 29, 1995
Peace process? What peace process? The Boston Globe August 24, 1995
Crime is down. Why don't we don't feel safer? The Boston Globe August 17, 1995
Bigotry in banking? No, just good judgment The Boston Globe August 15, 1995
Macworld's lesson for the megaplex debate The Boston Globe August 10, 1995
Love my auto-nomy The Boston Globe August 8, 1995
Clinton won't let us end welfare as we know it The Boston Globe August 3, 1995
Targeting the pay raisers The Boston Globe August 1, 1995
Stopping PIRG's scam The Boston Globe July 27, 1995
Arts money for arts insiders The Boston Globe July 25, 1995
When will we stop the 'ethnic cleansing' in Bosnia? The Boston Globe July 20, 1995
A catastrophe in foster care The Boston Globe July 18, 1995
The curtain isn't going up in Allston The Boston Globe July 13, 1995
What Jesse Helms should have said The Boston Globe July 11, 1995
Enola Gay: Plane and simple The Boston Globe July 6, 1995
Religion and the American idea The Boston Globe July 4, 1995
Politics and Higher Ed 101 The Boston Globe June 22, 1995
The sorry state of state colleges The Boston Globe June 20, 1995
The immigrant-bashing frenzy The Boston Globe June 15, 1995
Time has improved Yandle, but it hasn't lessened his crime The Boston Globe June 13, 1995
A desensitized society drenched in sleaze The Boston Globe June 8, 1995
Communist chic, or, Why do they swoon for Fidel? The Boston Globe June 6, 1995
The government's assault on higher education The Boston Globe June 1, 1995
The chaos facing the White House The Boston Globe May 30, 1995
Freedom is the loser with a government-run 'megaplex' The Boston Globe May 25, 1995
Bully Japan, hurt US The Boston Globe May 23, 1995
Profiles in arrogance and failure, not courage The Boston Globe May 18, 1995
Feel their pain, Mr. President The Boston Globe May 9, 1995
All the wrong moves in Moscow The Boston Globe May 4, 1995
Whose parade? Whose message? The Boston Globe May 2, 1995
A suspension of barbarity The Boston Globe April 27, 1995
Combatting the anti-Arab stereotype The Boston Globe April 25, 1995
Tax code tyranny The Boston Globe April 18, 1995
A two-front war against MassPIRG's duplicity The Boston Globe April 13, 1995
What does Harvard have against teen killers? The Boston Globe April 11, 1995
A bloody peace The Boston Globe April 6, 1995
Stop-at-nothing zealots exploit the ADA The Boston Globe March 23, 1995
Race doesn't matter The Boston Globe March 16, 1995
A GOP dive on term limits? The Boston Globe March 14, 1995
BC's snub can't hurt Thatcher's reputation The Boston Globe March 9, 1995
When the lesson is sensitive, parents should be in charge The Boston Globe March 7, 1995
Iran's high-octane blood money The Boston Globe March 2, 1995
There's no place in America for a ministry of culture The Boston Globe February 23, 1995
The one thing the MDC excels at -- protecting itself The Boston Globe February 21, 1995
The morality of abortion, not its legality, is the issue The Boston Globe February 16, 1995
What love is — and isn't The Boston Globe February 14, 1995
Let competition move the mail The Boston Globe February 9, 1995
The Smithsonian still doesn't get it The Boston Globe February 7, 1995
Riches rain on Doctor Doom The Boston Globe February 2, 1995
No freedom to mangle the First Amendment The Boston Globe January 31, 1995
Liberals' arguments can just kill you The Boston Globe January 26, 1995
How the NEA pollutes American culture The Boston Globe January 24, 1995
Chechnya: The fruits of US silence The Boston Globe January 19, 1995
What 'Facing History' really teaches The Boston Globe January 17, 1995
A year of character-assassination from the left The Boston Globe December 27, 1994
How to fix Social Security The Boston Globe December 22, 1994
The Social Security scam The Boston Globe December 20, 1994
From the 'Dopes' file The Boston Globe December 15, 1994
Convention wisdom The Boston Globe December 13, 1994
The Nobel after Arafat The Boston Globe December 8, 1994
Governor Weld: Just another hack The Boston Globe December 6, 1994
America -- the superpower wimp The Boston Globe December 1, 1994
Face it: Rent control is dead The Boston Globe November 29, 1994
Light's victory over darkness The Boston Globe November 24, 1994
Legislative pay hike is a done deal The Boston Globe November 22, 1994
Judging policy passed at the polls The Boston Globe November 17, 1994
Are there limits to congressional power? The Boston Globe November 15, 1994
Why is this state different from all other states? The Boston Globe November 10, 1994
The wrong target The Boston Globe November 8, 1994
Mired in Kennedy country The Boston Globe November 3, 1994
In the 9th district, a fine candidate going nowhere The Boston Globe November 1, 1994
Questions 4 and 5: power to the people The Boston Globe October 28, 1994
The prosecutor returns The Boston Globe October 27, 1994
Ted's spear: broken The Boston Globe October 26, 1994
The Third District's gamble on Blute pays off The Boston Globe October 25, 1994
The en-Nobeling of Arafat The Boston Globe October 20, 1994
A sleepwalk for Weld The Boston Globe October 19, 1994
Nature's best protector The Boston Globe October 18, 1994
A fondness for Brezhnev, and other Kennedy curiosities The Boston Globe October 6, 1994
The bread police The Boston Globe October 4, 1994
Pro-grad-tax crowd play a cynical, greedy game The Boston Globe September 29, 1994
Seeking justice for crimes of the past The Boston Globe September 27, 1994
Bulger 'mafia' spurs Keating turnaround The Boston Globe September 20, 1994
Why I'm voting for Bachrach; or, adventures on the Democratic ballot The Boston Globe September 15, 1994
Harping on Romney's religion The Boston Globe September 13, 1994
At stake in Question 9: fairness for property owners The Boston Globe September 8, 1994
Why the 'troubles' will go one . . . and on The Boston Globe September 6, 1994
Wrongly presuming that people are a problem The Boston Globe September 1, 1994
Drowning in crime The Boston Globe August 30, 1994
Unbuckling the voters The Boston Globe August 25, 1994
Racism is now the exception The Boston Globe August 23, 1994
Crime bill hypocrites The Boston Globe August 19, 1994
Smithsonian drops a bomb in WW2 exhibit The Boston Globe August 16, 1994
Treat Iran as a vicious outlaw, not a business partner The Boston Globe August 9, 1994
Just say no to 'Clinton lite' The Boston Globe August 4, 1994
A roll call for murderers The Boston Globe August 2, 1994
Bureaucrats battle over electric cars The Boston Globe July 28, 1994
Obstructionists fuel the welfare revolt The Boston Globe July 26, 1994
Chappaquiddick's unanswered questions The Boston Globe July 21, 1994
Let the Haitians in The Boston Globe July 19, 1994
Raze the old Registry The Boston Globe July 14, 1994
Lessons for Romney in Kennedy's success The Boston Globe July 12, 1994
Insufferable art The Boston Globe July 7, 1994
When judges blunder, the remedy is impeachment The Boston Globe June 28, 1994
False doubts about breast implants The Boston Globe June 23, 1994
Without the death penalty, innocents will die The Boston Globe June 21, 1994
CNN's odd juxtaposition The Boston Globe June 16, 1994
The twice-curs'd welfare treasure trove The Boston Globe June 14, 1994
Clinton, Haiti, and the lessons of D-Day The Boston Globe June 9, 1994
Speaking of the smell test, Governor Dukakis . . . The Boston Globe June 7, 1994
Look what's missing from Lani Guinier's book The Boston Globe June 2, 1994
Arafat's treachery makes a mockery of peace The Boston Globe May 31, 1994
Hotel was unfairly pilloried The Boston Globe May 26, 1994
What's morality got to do with it? The Boston Globe May 24, 1994
Illegitimacy -- a deadly risk for infants The Boston Globe May 19, 1994
Clinton in court over a come-on? Come on! The Boston Globe May 17, 1994
Want to win? Don't get the convention endorsement The Boston Globe May 12, 1994
The Left hates that Kirkpatrick was right The Boston Globe May 10, 1994
Euthanasia: barbarism cloaked in compassion The Boston Globe May 5, 1994
In Brookline, a gang that can't count straight The Boston Globe May 3, 1994
Defeating the Blob that runs the public schools The Boston Globe April 28, 1994
Nixon: A kindred spirit for the 'silent majority' The Boston Globe April 26, 1994
An off-key note at Symphony Hall The Boston Globe April 21, 1994
Getting Barrett's drift The Boston Globe April 19, 1994
When taxes come close to legalized theft The Boston Globe April 14, 1994
Will the real Bill Weld please stand up? The Boston Globe April 12, 1994
The day the Nazis came for my father's family The Boston Globe April 7, 1994
Why did Reverend Williams die? The Boston Globe April 5, 1994
A recipe for calamity in Somalia The Boston Globe March 31, 1994
Scrooge doesn't live here The Boston Globe March 29, 1994
A 39-point blueprint for ignorance The Boston Globe March 24, 1994
The House is unrepresentative The Boston Globe March 22, 1994
A great day for the Irish, but not for Flynn The Boston Globe March 17, 1994
Farrakhan: A hatred-hustling huckster The Boston Globe March 15, 1994
A glib excuse to crash the St. Pat's parade The Boston Globe March 10, 1994
A blunt, ugly truth: Abuse and welfare are connected The Boston Globe March 8, 1994
From Foxboro, foul play on the taxpayers The Boston Globe March 3, 1994
Disarm the settlers? They aren't the danger The Boston Globe March 1, 1994
Welcome to the much-maligned world of the conservative The Boston Globe February 24, 1994
Five very strange bedfellows The Boston Herald November 17, 1993
He's just a senator who cain't say no The Boston Herald October 12, 1993
Can this marriage survive? The Boston Herald September 14, 1993
Coldness on the editorial page The Boston Herald June 10, 1993
How does a Holocaust happen? The Boston Herald March 30, 1992
The rules according to Silber The Boston Herald March 14, 1992
The public be swayed The Jerusalem Report February 13, 1992
A blacker shade of racist The Boston Herald September 16, 1991
This apartheid foe says sanctions hurt The Boston Herald May 8, 1991
Old school, new look The Jerusalem Report April 4, 1991
The governor who was a president The Jerusalem Report January 10, 1991
Quirky Turki The Jerusalem Report December 20, 1990

Book Reviews

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When General Grant Expelled the Jews
by Jonathan D. Sarna
Commentary magazine May 2012
When They Come For Us, We'll Be Gone: The Epic Struggle to Save Soviet Jewry
by Gal Beckerman
Commentary March 2011
Speaking of Jews: Rabbis, Intellectuals, and the Creation of an American Public Identity
by Lila Corwin Berman
Commentary October 2009
Why Are Jews Liberals?
by Norman Podhoretz
The Boston Globe September 20, 2009
Little Pink House: A True Story of Defiance and Courage
by Jeff Benedict
Commentary May 2009
Echo Chamber: Rush Limbaugh and the Conservative Media Establishment
by Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Joseph N. Cappella
Commentary October 2008
Jew vs. Jew: The Struggle for the Soul of American Jewry
by Samuel G. Freedman
Azure Winter 2002
One Nation, Two Cultures
by Gertrude Himmelfarb
Azure Winter 2001
Kaddish
by Leon Wieseltier
Azure Autumn 1999
What's Going On
by Nathan McCall
The Weekly Standard October 13, 1997
Messages From My Father: A Memoir
by Calvin Trillin
The Boston Globe June 14, 1996

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