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The non-ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child is hypocritical.

A two-tiered system for helping health-care workers affected with Ebola.

We saw all those tenets of democracy tested in Ferguson.

Even though 300,000 people protested in New York over climate change, the economy remains the most important issue for November.

The U.S. does not set a good example by wasting billions of dollars on climate change programs overseas.

President Obama's detachment from reality, in both domestic and international affairs, may be a big part of what is fueling the cluttered mess of American governance.

Why the president's U.N. speech was a refreshing contrast.

Leading up to the president's speech, things might be breaking for the president, turning what was a certain political "disastrophe" into a simple calamity.

  • Carter Eskew
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  • Sep 10, 2013
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President Obama insists on taking unilateral action on climate change instead of providing international leadership on the issue.

Three new studies out this week show that the politics and the science of global warming remain far apart.

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