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Zachary Hubbard | 'Big lie' is common in political messaging
Vice President Joe Biden recently made a huge campaign blunder by going on record in support of gay marriage. Biden told the unabridged truth – a rarity in today’s political campaigning environment.
ZACHARY HUBBARD | Reckless spending rampant across America
One aspect of American life where common sense seems to have nearly vanished is when it comes to spending.
Zachary Hubbard | A letter from ‘Shadowland’
My mother Phyllis divorced my hard-drinking, truck-driving father when I was 6. She subsequently took a tough job as a nurse’s aide to earn a living for us.
Zachary Hubbard | Top 10 New Year’s predictions
Hello, loyal readers. I hope that everyone had a wonderful 2011.
Once again, it’s time for me to step out of my writer role and get down to the serious business of pronouncing my astonishingly inconceivable annual insights as the region’s perennial preposterous prognosticator. So, for your amazement and amusement, I offer my decidedly delirious and kind of serious top 10 New Year’s predictions for 2012.
Zachary Hubbard | Energy key to restoring America’s national power
The elements of national power generally fall into one of four categories – diplomatic, informational, military and economic. In government circles, these are represented by the acronym DIME.
Zachary Hubbard | Buying American no trivial matter
While you were getting bombarded with details of the Penn State child sex scandal, you might have missed an important story last week.
Zachary Hubbard | Hunger in America is no ‘hoax’
The following is an open letter to nationally acclaimed economist and conservative columnist Thomas Sowell.
ZACHARY HUBBARD | 9/11 anniversary stirs memories of fateful day
I retired from the U.S. Army in August 2001 and took a job with a small software company in Hampton, Va.
It never occurred to me that my scheduled drive from Hampton to Arlington, Va., on Sept. 11, might be of interest to anyone.
Byzantine complexity confounds America’s lawmakers
The term Byzantine complexity originally referred to the complex government bureaucracy that existed during the later years of the Eastern Roman Empire.
We need a realistic, comprehensive energy policy
President Obama floated a trial balloon on June 9, suggesting he might release the U.S. strategic petroleum reserve to help ease rising domestic fuel prices caused by the loss of Libyan oil exports.
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