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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Fareed Zakaria
Bart Giamatti went from Yale University president to commissioner of Major League Baseball and considered it a far grander job.
The best way to sum up Mitt Romney's approach to foreign policy is: Build peace through strength rather than generate contempt through apology. Mr. Romney laid out this vision for American national security at the Virginia Military Institute on Monday.
All is forgiven for Time magazine writer and CNN host Fareed Zakaria, who last week was suspended by both outlets for apparent plagiarism.
Columnist and TV host Fareed Zakaria has apologized for lifting several paragraphs by another writer for use in his column in Time magazine. His column has been suspended for a month.
Columnist and TV host Fareed Zakaria is apologizing for lifting paragraphs by another writer for use in his column in Time magazine.
Time editor-at-large and CNN host Fareed Zakaria has been suspended by both the magazine and the network for lifting several paragraphs by another writer for his use in a recent Time column.
America's 17 intelligence agencies have spent more than half-a-trillion dollars - more than $500,000,000,000 - since Sept. 11, 2001, most of it on the global war on terror, and the Obama administration still believes that if Taliban supreme Mullah Mohammed Omar were to return to power in Kabul, al Qaeda would be back, too - "in a heartbeat." And this despite much evidence to the contrary.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria wrote in a column this week, "It's hard not to conclude that the administration's handling of Syria over the last year has been a case study in how not to do foreign policy."
Mr. Zakaria said while critiquing the Republican nominee's views on the Arab Spring, "We're bystanders.