Sunday, May 28, 2017
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By DPI Staff
MIDDLEBURY, VT May 25 (DPI) - Middlebury College meted out discipline akin to demerits for 67 students who participated in a now-infamous protest over a talk by Charles Murray back in March. No students were expelled or suspended, which was especially notable since a professor was assaulted and su
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. May 24 (DPI) - The latest senseless attack on Civilization - the suicide bombing at a concert in Manchester, England, on Monday night - killed 22 and injured dozens more.  And the outpouring of grief and hand-wringing among readers online is now routine and familiar.  But, based
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WASHINGTON, D.C. May 19 (DPI) - The Trump Circus - frightening to many, amusing to some, frivolous to others - remains in full swing, with a cascade of leaks this week suggesting a still-chaotic, perhaps even dysfunctional White House.  So as Trump heads to the Middle East for his first overseas t
News Features & Profiles of People Worth Reading About
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MIDDLEBURY, VT May 25 (DPI) - Middlebury College meted out discipline akin to demerits for 67 students who participated in a now-infamous protest over a talk by Charles Murray back in March. No stude
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY May 15 (DPI) - The New York Times Sunday Magazine went Cosmo this weekend, posing one of those permanently inane questions, which sound reasonable to inexperienced young people but to eve
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WASHINGTON, D.C. May 10 (DPI) - Donald Trump clumsily fired FBI Director James Comey yesterday, triggering almost unprecedented volume on comment boards today - more than 6,000 moderated posts attache
Finance, Business, Investments & Your Dough
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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 28 (DPI) - In an apparent bid to look productive in his first 100 days, Donald Trump yesterday rushed out a vague tax-cut proposal that was criticized by almost every tier of Am
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Mar. 16 (DPI) - Yesterday's interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve - and a promise for more later in the year - sets the stage for a worsening relationship between the Fed and Whit
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NEW YORK, NY  Feb. 22 (DPI) - New York Times economics blogger Jeff Sommer penned an all-over-the-place column based on something his father once told him: Billionaires are necessary because of their
Media, The Net & Messaging
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WASHINGTON, D.C. March 10 (DPI) - The Washington Post today jumped in the gutter with The Washington Redskins as it cited anonymous sources when it reported that the team's fired general manager had a
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY  March 6 (DPI) - A prominent editor of The New York Times came out with a surprising defense of Kellyanne Conway, asserting that Trump's hopelessly incompetent and optics-blind adviser w
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 9 (DPI) - In a span of three weeks the new counselor to the president has coined for America the phrase "alternative facts," has made up an act of terrorism called the "Bowling G
Politics, Policy & Public Power
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. May 24 (DPI) - The latest senseless attack on Civilization - the suicide bombing at a concert in Manchester, England, on Monday night - killed 22 and injured dozens more.  And the o
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. May 19 (DPI) - The Trump Circus - frightening to many, amusing to some, frivolous to others - remains in full swing, with a cascade of leaks this week suggesting a still-chaotic, per
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. May 8 (DPI) - Many Americans and their press are acting as though French voters, by electing  moderate candidate Emmanuel Macron on Sunday, just saved Western Civilization from demag
Home, Lifestyle & Gettin' Out of Town
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Dec. 29 (DPI) - With the first reports yesterday of the death of 84-year-old Debbie Reynolds - only a day after the passing of her 60-year-old daughter Carrie Fisher - the internet co
By Stephen Clark
(DPI Book Review) Dec. 7, 2016 - There is a good person somewhere in the Yale Law School admissions office. That person exercised his or her institutional power - quiet power about as random as a Ti
By DPI Staff
CHICAGO Oct. 24 (DPI) - As baseball fans settle in for an historic World Series, some may ponder who'll get the credit if the Chicago Cubs break their 108-year championship drought. And the answer, wi
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