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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - What Are You Talking About?
Invoking the right to remain silent can no longer be invoked by remaining silent. That's the odd conclusion the Supreme Court arrived at Monday in a Texas murder case that will affect anyone pulled over for something as simple as speeding.
Ah, Thanksgiving. A little turkey, some cranberry, maybe apple pie with ice cream, some football on TV. Getting together with the cousins. Catching up beside the fire. Togetherness.
Jimmy Cliff's "You Can Get It If You Really Want," a bouncing reggae classic from the soundtrack of "The Harder They Come," has been appropriated by everyone from the Sandinista National Liberation Front on the left to conservative British Prime Minister David Cameron and President Reagan on the right.