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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Whittaker
The Kanas City Chiefs put the game in the hands of their defense.
To many readers today, Whittaker Chambers (1901-1961) seems a period figure from grainy newsreel footage of the 1940s and '50s: a time when (in Tom Wolfe's famous phrase) men wore "gray suits three sizes too big" and concerned themselves with affairs that are irrelevant to our present discontents.
Cody Johnson, a pile-driving touchdown scorer Texas coaches thought would be a short-yardage specialist, is now the starting tailback for the fifth-ranked Longhorns for the season-opening game at Rice.
Michael Kimmage is a young, serious historian who gives us an intellectual history of the United States during the years surrounding World War II.