Monday, August 30, 2010

H.G. Wells

August 30, 2010

Five years ago, the reboot of The War of the Worlds hit movie theaters–and I took to the pages of the Wall Street Journal to say that H.G. Wells was “nothing if not a radical who yearned to reshape the fundamentals of human society through books and politics.”

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Border War

August 30, 2010

Last week, Jesse Kelly won the GOP primary in Arizona’s 8th congressional district, which includes much of Tucson and runs along the border with Mexico. I met Kelly in June, while researching a story on Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans who are running for Congress. Kelly is a Marine combat vet. The article appeared in […]

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Border Blues

August 30, 2010

NATIONAL REVIEW March 11, 2002 BORDER BLUES They keep coming and coming, and citizens are at wits’ end JOHN J. MILLER “You want to hear about my worst day on the ranch?” asks Ruth Evelyn Cowan. “I lost 10,000 gallons of water because some Mexican broke a valve off one of my tanks trying to […]

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