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The most effective backlash against feminism comes from within
A selection of terms that have newly been coined, that have recently acquired new currency, or that have taken on new meanings, compiled by the executive editor of The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Third Edition.
“On paper, if he got the Republican nomination,” one Democratic consultant says, “I don’t see how the Democrats could win”
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which recently won a substantial new award for Holocaust survivors, continues to set precedent
Intriguing new wind machines may finally demonstrate that wind energy is economically feasible as well as clean and infinitely renewable
Who is really hurt by convention and tourism boycotts?
The cause of our huge budget deficits is not government waste or welfare programs for the poor—it’s the out-of-control spending on welfare programs (called “entitlements”) for the middle and upper classes. President Clinton’s plan barely makes a dent in this spending