Opinion

150 years later, a new battle over labor

Our country today, April 12, marks the 150th anniversary of the official start of the Civil War with the firing on Fort Sumter.

The Civil War, our fiery trial

150 years ago today, the first shots of the American Civil War were fired.

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The "good" war's invisible wounds

Mythologizing and romanticizing World War II ignores its complex legacy.

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A real "moment of truth"

There is another way to turn around the annual deficit and ultimately eliminate the national debt.

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Killing Libya in order to save it

Once again the U.S. is using depleted uranium munition, this time in Libya.

Humanitarian intervention or regime change?

I was suspicious of the UN Security Council's establishment of a Libya no fly zone from the beginning, and events seem to be proving me right.

Tax-deductible invasions

However, there is a solution to knowing if Americans want a war or not. Tax checkoff.

U.S. & Libya: Many questions remain

After President Obama's March 28 address to the nation on the U.S. and NATO military intervention in Libya, many questions remain.

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War is not the answer for Libya

President Obama needs to stand up against the warhawks, by moving toward a quick cease-fire in Libya.

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Libya: Just say "no” to a no-fly zone

Any such attack would mean destroying the Gaddafi regime's anti-aircraft missile installations, almost surely resulting in civilian casualties on the ground.

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