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National Edition Opinion cover for April 8, 2015 - The win-win delusion (Illustration by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times)

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Reggie Owens, a football player for South Carolina State University, is being hailed a hero after he rushed to the aid of three injured children upon witnessing a horrific DUI crash. (WCNC)

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Bubba Watson gets ready to hit on the driving range during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament Tuesday, April 7, 2015, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

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Duke's Grayson Allen (3) reacts to a call against Wisconsin during the second half of the NCAA Basketball National Championship Game on Mon Monday night in Indianapolis. (Associated Press)

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Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky (44) reacts as he falls during the first half of the NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament championship game against Duke Monday, April 6, 2015, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

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Washington Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond, center, sits in the dugout in the eighth inning during a baseball game between the Washington Nationals and the New York Mets on opening day at at Nationals Park, Monday, April 6, 2015, in Washington. The Mets defeated the Nationals 3-1. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

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National League?s Willie McCovey of San Francisco is congratulated on crossing home in the third inning on July 23, 1969 in Washington after hitting in Hank Aaron (44). An inning later McCovey tied the All-Star game record by hitting a second homer. Also shaking his hand is Ron Santo, on deck. (AP Photo)

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Rains pour down on RFK Stadium on July 22, 1969 in Washington, forcing postponement of the All-Star game. (AP photo)

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Orlando Cepeda, infielder for the San Francisco Giants, is shown at bat during the All-Star game in Washington, D.C., July 10, 1962. (AP Photo)

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President Kennedy winds up to throw out the first ball to get things underway at the 32nd All Star game in Washington on July 10, 1962. At right is Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick. (AP Photo/stf)

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These National Leaguers pose in their dressing room after leading the senior circuit a 3-1 victory over the American League, July 10, 1962 in Washington 32nd All Star game. From left are: Willie Mays who dragged down two long blasts by Roger Maris: Juan Marichal, the winning pitcher; Dick Groat who drove the first National League run home and Stan Mucial, the 41-year-old vet earn who started it all with a sixth inning rally. (AP Photo)

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This is a general view of the jammed new Washington Stadium at the start of All Star game, July 10, 1962. The photo was snapped with the National Leaguers at bat. (AP Photo)

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This is an air view of the District of Columbia Stadium in Washington, seen July 7, 1962. The first 1962 All-Star game will be played here July 10. The main entrance is in the foreground. (AP Photo/Bob Schutz)

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Three American League sluggers pose together before the All-Star Game in Washington July 10, 1956. From left: Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox, and New York Yankees Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle. (AP Photo)

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Willie Mays of the New York Giants heads toward first as he starts circle of bases on pinch hit homer for National League in fourth inning of annual all-star game in Washington, D.C., on July 10, 1956. Ken Boyer, St. Louis Cardinals’ infielder on first when Mays batted for Cincinnati’s Gus Bell, is nearing second base afield, American Leaguers, including New York Yankees whitey ford who had relieved starter Billy Pierce, are identified at their various positions. (AP Photo)

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Griffith Stadium is packed with fans on hand for the 23rd All-Star major league baseball game in Washington, July 10, 1956. This view is from the left field corner of the double deck stands shortly before game time. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt looks at his son, James, between action in the All-Star Game in Washington on July 7, 1937. Except for the heat, it was an ideal day for the game and more than 30,000 fans jammed Griffith Stadium to see baseball’s headliners play in the sport’s tip-top attraction. (AP Photo)

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"Iron Man" of the Yankees, Lou Gehrig, did his bit in the All-Star game, July 7, 1937, in Washington, by clipping one of Dizzy Dean's offerings in the third inning for a home run. Here's the first baseman crossing the plate, with Earl Averill of Cleveland watching. The umpire is Bill McGowan. (AP Photo)

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These hard-hitting American Leaguers are all set, July 7, 1937, to tear into National League pitching. Named to play in the All-Star game at Griffith Stadium in Washington, are, from left to right: Lou Gehrig of the Yankees, Joe Cronin of the Red Sox, Bill Dickey of the Yankees, Joe DiMaggio of the Yankees, Charlie Gehringer of the Tigers, Jimmy Foxx of the Red Sox, and Hank Greenberg of the Tigers. (AP Photo)