NATIONAL COLUMNS

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Michael Gerson: Ebola challenges America's ability to adapt

Posted 10/18/2014 in National Columns

In any health care setting, it is wise to listen to the nurses, who see all. Their reports from Dallas about the initial procedures used in treating Thomas Eric Duncan are appalling.

 

Dana Milbank: The magic of Sukkot

Posted 10/18/2014 in National Columns

There haven't been a whole lot of good Jewish carpenters since Jesus. As I have just learned anew, I'm not about to reverse the trend.

 

 

Mary Sanchez: With gun in the mix, mental illness turns to tragedy

Posted 10/18/2014 in National Columns

Colby Sue Weathers killed her father at the insistence of the voices in her head.

 

 

Froma Harrop: Why millennials don't drive so much

Posted 10/16/2014 in National Columns

Young Americans are just not into driving the way their elders are or did at their age.

 

 

Dana Milbank: The FEC is the poster child for a broken Washington

Posted 10/14/2014 in National Columns

If you were to seek out a poster child for all that is broken in Washington, you could find no better candidate than the Federal Election Commission.

 

 

Froma Harrop: Ebola and the 41 million uninsured Americans

Posted 10/9/2014 in National Columns

With the first diagnosed case of the deadly Ebola virus in the United States located in Dallas, Texans are understandably alarmed.

 

 

Susan Estrich: Stomachaches

Posted 10/8/2014 in National Columns

I've had stomachaches for as long as I can remember.

 

 

Other Editors: A public defender program needed

Posted 10/6/2014 in National Columns

The justice system in Mississippi is partially broken, and lawmakers have long ignored the most obvious fix -- a statewide public defender program.

 

 

Leonard Pitts: You almost feel sorry for Sean Groubert

Posted 10/6/2014 in National Columns

Let us give Sean Groubert every benefit of the doubt. Let us assume he is a good person. Let us assume he is kind to children, well liked by neighbors. And by all means, let's assume he has a black friend. For good measure, let's assume he has two.

 

Thomas Sowell: Random thoughts

Posted 10/4/2014 in National Columns

Random thoughts on the passing scene: What a non-judgmental society amounts to is that common decency is optional -- which means that decency is likely to become less common.

 

Dana Milbank: The GOP's mug-shot primary

Posted 10/4/2014 in National Columns

WASHINGTON -- Why is the lineup of prospective GOP presidential candidates beginning to look like, well, a lineup? Chris Christie went to campaign last week for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, putting the New Jersey governor in the company of a man who is in almost as much legal jeopardy as he is. Between them, the two would-be 2016 presidential nominees are the subjects of six investigations.

 

 

Michael Gerson: Discipline along with love

Posted 10/4/2014 in National Columns

CLEVELAND, OHIO -- Ginn Academy resembles no urban public school I've ever visited: all male, dress shirt and tie, the Socratic method employed in classrooms. School spirit seems imported from the prep school; discipline from the playing field; aspiration from the church pew.

 

 

Leonard Pitts: Blundering Secret Service needs to step up its game

Posted 10/3/2014 in National Columns

Last year, the White House was breached twice.

 

 

Dana Milbank: Yes, 'mistakes were made'

Posted 10/2/2014 in National Columns

Julia Pierson is really putting "secret" into the Secret Service.

 

 

Dana Milbank: A better side of America

Posted 10/1/2014 in National Columns

In the first days of the Iraq war 11 years ago, Army reservist Jay Briseno was shot in the back of the head at a Baghdad market. The bullet left him blind, brain-damaged, paralyzed from the neck down and unable to communicate, eat or breathe on his own.

 

 

Michael Gerson: Two cheers for Obama, not three

Posted 9/30/2014 in National Columns

It is a long, long way from the "JV team" to the "network of death." It is even longer from the arguments of President Obama's 2014 West Point commencement address -- which ridiculed "tough talk," criticized a "military solution" in Syria and ignited various straw men of military adventurism -- to the substance of Obama's 2014 United Nations address.

 

 

Leonard Pitts: 'A tale of two countries' -- one county's assault on U.S. history

Posted 9/27/2014 in National Columns

This is a tale of two countries. The first country was built on a radical new promise of human equality and a guarantee of the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That country made it possible for even those born in the humblest and most meager circumstances to climb to the pinnacle of prosperity and achievement. It helped save the world in a great global conflagration, fed and rebuilt the devastated nations of Europe, planted the first footprints on another world.

 

 

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