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9:28 AM, Feb 9, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
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The future of journalism? Laid-off Washington Times sports reporter asks for cash to cover Nats.

Amnesty International, and another scandal for the human-rights community: "A human-rights organization has suspended an employee for complaining about the organization’s partnership with a terrorist."

Nanny-in-Chief.

The fanciful idea of nuclear abolition: "Would-be nuclear powers like Iran do not need the pretext of American or French or Russian or Chinese nuclear capability to acquire their own weapons; they want them regardless for the power and influence they bring. Arguing that nuclear abolition makes attempts to stop proliferation more credible—as President Obama has done repeatedly in speeches from Prague to the United Nations—simply plays into the morally specious arguments of international bad actors."

USA Today: Our national security team fails to inspire confidence.

Does God hate D.C.? 10-20 inches predicted for this week.

RFK Jr., 15 months ago: Global warming means no winter weather in D.C.

Why raise the cigarette tax when you could just tax breathing?

Marvel Comics has Captain America go up against our greatest threat— racist Tea Partiers.

The U.S. is broke. Here's why.

"Miss me yet?"

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