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Michael Gerson: A trumpet that always sounds retreat

The Republican Party is undergoing its most significant foreign policy debate since President Richard Nixon dismissed then-Gov. Ronald Reagan as “shallow” and of “limited mental capability,” and Reagan criticized the policy of detente, initiated by Nixon, as “a one-way street that the Soviet…

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Supreme Court Justices debate, draw laughs at Tucson event

Supreme Court Justices debate, draw laughs at Tucson event

U.S. Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer drew laughs from taking a few good-natured jibes at one another, while raising thought-provoking questions about how to interpret the Constitution in an evolving society.

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Tucson Time Capsule : Reagan was in town to raise funds

Tucson Time Capsule : Reagan was in town to raise funds

Tucson Time Capsule is a daily feature, a photographic record of Tucson as it was. If you have a memory of an event, go to go.azstarnet.com/timecapsule, where you can find all the Time Capsule photos. You can also add your own historical Tucson photos to the collection. Please observe copyri…

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Tucson Time Capsule : Minority viewpoint

Tucson Time Capsule : Minority viewpoint

Tucson Time Capsule is a daily feature, a photographic record of Tucson as it was. If you have a memory of an event, please go to go.azstarnet.com/timecapsule, where you can find all of the Time Capsule photos. You can also add your own historical Tucson photos to the collection. Please obse…

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Jobless rate bodes ill for Dems in 2010

WASHINGTON

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Those who confront evil should get Nobel

"War will continue until the end . . ."

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Munger calls for big tax cuts, toll roads

Munger calls for big tax cuts, toll roads

Big tax cuts and toll roads are among Republican gubernatorial candidate John Munger's plans for injecting life into the state's economy.

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Around the Nation

Around the Nation

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Around the Nation

Around the Nation

 

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Tucson Time Capsule : A time to listen

Tucson Time Capsule : A time to listen

When the presidential debate between President Reagan and his challenger, Walter F. Mondale, took place on Oct. 7, 1984, Frieda Baker watched with interest. Baker was attending one of several debate-watching events that Democrats held that evening. Participants at this party agreed that thei…

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Letters to the editor

Giffords votes as an American

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US diplomat met with Cuban dissidents in Havana

HAVANA (AP) — A senior U.S. diplomat who traveled to Havana for the highest-level talks with Cuban officials in decades also met with opposition activists to discuss their political views, three dissidents and a State Department official said Wednesday.

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Missile defense plans bet heavily on Raytheon's SM-3 interceptors

Missile defense plans bet heavily on Raytheon's SM-3 interceptors

WASHINGTON — Ever since President Ronald Reagan proposed building a ballistic missile shield in 1983 to prevent a doomsday scenario, the idea has been dogged by an unanswered question: Will it work?

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Safire's secrets on political columns

William Safire, whose column appeared on this page for 33 years, often on Mondays, died Sunday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 79. What follows is one of the columns he wrote on his retirement from the Op-Ed page of The New York Times on Jan. 24, 2005.

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