Presidential candidate Barack Obama is on a tour of South Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Generally, he has been well-received abroad, though the trip is partially to influence Jewish voters in the United States.
The similarities may not be obvious, but take away the familiar English sites, and the cities have a lot in common.
The story from the judge's table is different than the story covered by the reporter.
As gas hits record highs, speculators are getting richer. Some who have committed financial misdoings are still praised for making a few people rich. It seems money counts for more than people want to think.
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Tasers make the job of being a police officer a little less hazardous.
Closed-minded persons are restricting the freedoms of others by not looking beyond their own religion.
The economic problems affecting the U.S. are also showing up in the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia and Ireland.
Much of the news from Britain is similar to the U.S., including the problems with the economy and violence. A main difference is that knives instead of guns are used in the British killings.
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Watching the disturbing television news on a peaceful Sunday afternoon should cause American policy to mirror John Lennon rather than the current pointless conflict.
Our eyes see differently at night, and colors tend to take on a different look. An evening garden relies heavily on flowers that are white or light-colored and so are visible even on a moonless night.
Whether one exhibits symbols on his or her clothing, automobile or residence has absolutely nothing to do with patriotism.
Most people believe that practicing the rules of good citizenship is proof enough of their patriotism.
Why not a voting student curator? Because, it seems to me, that undercuts the broadly representational nature of the board. If the students deserve a vote, then surely the faculty does. You can probably think of other legitimate claimants.
The Columbia Missourian is sponsoring “Watching the Watchdogs,” community forums meant to better understand the role that media should serve in our changing democracy. To what extent should voices in the community be required to identify themselves, and to what extent should they remain mere voices?
The logistics of moving are more complicated than we admit.
As a result of the court’s decision, individuals now have the right to own handguns, meaning that the good guys can protect themselves against the bad guys.
People young and old share so many of the same vulnerabilities that age is not a definitive enough way to judge anyone.
While patriotic Missourians groan at the prospect of an international takover of Anheuser Busch, InBev offers a more diverse and better-tasting selection.