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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - David Brooks
Fifty years ago, we tended to place the needs of families and communities over the needs of individuals more often. Today it is more common to believe instead that "I come first." What price are we paying for that shift in priorities?
To editors of The New York Times and producers at the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), David Brooks is the perfect conservative.
A longtime worker with the Alabama Department of Corrections is charged with trying to sneak drugs into a state prison.
New York Times columnist David Brooks said Sunday that he believes President Obama's foreign policy isn't "tough enough" and that he has a "manhood problem" when it comes to dealing with leaders such as Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Income inequality and the minimum wage
Single motherhood is just one of the moral and cultural issues that is being ignored by many of those speaking out against income inequality, according to a column by The New York Times.
There are many sharp policy debates in the offing among conservatives, libertarians and other right-leaning individuals prior to this year's midterm elections. If you had told me, though, that one debate would be over finding ways to build a different model of American government, I wouldn't have believed you. Yet this conversation is really happening, courtesy of some op-ed columnists and policy advisers who want to reimagine government's size and scope.
Have the `60s gotten boring? Has the CIA become sexy?
Self-help books are quite popular these days, as are serious works of nonfiction. The two genres don't often meet in the same book. That means those who want to take an analytical/intellectual approach to improving their lives don't have that many literary options.
New York Times columnist David Brooks said Sunday that he believes President Obama’s foreign policy isn’t “tough enough” and that he has a “manhood problem” when it comes to dealing with leaders like Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad.
It is not entirely clear that Mr. Brooks is actually embracing this New World Order IRS, but he does say fairly complimentary things about the book.