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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Clark Kent
Though religion has always played a role in the comic book industry, now faith-based comic books are on the rise.
When it works, it’s genuinely awesome — the sort of fist-pounding super-spectacle that a lot of big-budget summer movies aim for but few achieve.
Everyone's looking for a quick fix in education -- President Obama most of all. "Let's make sure none of our children start out the race of life already a step behind," he says. "Let's make it a national priority to give every child access to high quality early education."
There are lots of people dressed like Superman at Comic-Con, but the real guy _ or at least the actor playing him in the latest Superman film _ made a surprise appearance at the fan festival.
Don't let Mark Ruffalo's serene demeanor fool you. He admits there's a bit of an Incredible Hulk temper lurking underneath.
Cam Newton stood in the corner of the end zone and pantomimed ripping open the chest of his shirt while fans showered him with cheers. It's his trademark touchdown celebration, one that NFL teams are quickly getting used to seeing from the league's most dynamic rookie. Newton mimics how Clark Kent reveals the Superman costume, with that unforgettable "S," under his dress shirt.
More than seven decades after Superman made his debut in "Action Comics," DC said Friday the long-running title will restart at No. 1 in September with the Man of Steel sporting a full-blue suit sans his long-standing red trunks.
British actor Henry Cavill is going up, up and away.
The big "S" is still on his chest, but the new Superman coming to the shelves of book stores next week is not exactly the chipper and bright-eyed optimist of lore.
Education, like politics, is local. You want it close to home, the better to monitor it. That's how it should be. What and how to teach kids, like politics, is subject to the changes of clout, even when it hurts the kids. That's not how it should be, but that's how it was in Washington, where a mayor stood behind an innovative leader in education who took on the powerful teachers union, daring to fire poor teachers, to ignore tenure when teachers underperformed and to dismiss principals of chronically underperforming schools. When the mayor lost an election, the innovative leader was out, too.
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