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Slack Tide: A pot primer for the newly legal

...overdose." You won't die or go running down the street naked, but it might not be much fun. Just ask "New York Times" columnist Maureen Dowd, who last summer described wigging out in a Denver hotel room after snarfing down a whole cannabis chocolate...
My Turn: Let's talk honestly about oil

...If we as a state seem to be doing well financially, why is it that the conversation is so alarmist?The New York Times columnist David Brooks has a fascinating answer: "The core functions of government are negative - putting out fires, arresting...
Fall books: 37 new titles to add to your reading list

...the 33 Chilean miners who were trapped 2,000 feet underground for 10 weeks in 2010, by a prizewinning Los Angeles Times columnist."The Meaning of Human Existence" by E.O. Wilson. One of the world's pre-eminent biologists and naturalists...
Searching for virtue, character and conscience in the workplace

...those who believe that's wrong, it becomes a moral issue as opposed to an analytical business decision.New York Times columnist David Brooks recently described this quandary as questions of "how to be" versus "what to do". Taking a cue from...
Ready made fools for political ads

...the most sought after advertisers are those who can legally deceive most of the people most of the time. New York Times columnist David Brooks put it this way - "the ad-makers now take dishonesty as a mark of their professional toughness...
Energy bill misses some opportunities

The following editorial first appeared in the Anchorage Daily News: New York Times columnist Paul Krugman speaks for many critics when he says the energy bill that recently passed in Congress is "simply an exercise in corporate...
What most Americans didn't get to see on Veterans Day for college, after she couldn't get hired part-time at the local Wal-Mart. Morrison is a Los Angeles Times columnist and frequent commentator on National Public Radio's "Morning Edition."
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...wrote 30 years ago, ``are indispensable when you don't want to do anything.'' Shawn Hubler is a Los Angeles Times columnist. His e-mail address is Share this page: Print Email Digg Twitter Archives Can we...
Israeli consul general describes uncertainty surrounding events in Egypt

...East" creates uncertain strategic implications for Israel as a state. "So we're viewing it not as a New York Times columnist but as 'if it blows up, we'll feel it'." He cited the Cedar Revolution in Lebanon as an example of a recent new...
The mesmerizing power of four words

I read Thomas Friedman's column recently with a pang of recognition. The New York Times columnist summed up the Arab uprisings in a sign held aloft by a Libyan demonstrator. The sign said in Arabic: "Ana Rajul." Translation...


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