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My son’s initiation

A new-generation humor columnist, Mark Bazer examines cultural trends, current events and personal experiences with a dry wit and deft touch. (ON FILE)

By MARK BAZER Tribune Content Agency The Boston Red Sox have always been the only team, in any sport, that really mattered to me. My dad put a Carlton Fisk poster up on my wall before I knew who Carlton Fisk was, or what a wall was, and, well, that ...

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Cal Thomas: ‘They hate us, but who cares?’

Cal Thomas (pictured) is America's number one nationally syndicated political columnist. With a twice-weekly column appearing in more than 500 newspapers nationwide, he is one of the most highly regarded conservative voices on the American political scene today. (ON FILE)

By CAL THOMAS Tribune Content Agency In her 1985 speech after receiving the Best Actress Oscar for her role in “Places in the Heart,” actress Sally Field famously gushed, “You like me; you really, really like me.” The latest in a long history of surveys examining the public’s level of ...

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The collateral damage of austerity

Robert Koehler (pictured above) rejects the status quo, using his column to expose hidden truths about policy and society. His column gives a searing portrayal of the world from an outsider's perspective, and his bold views help define the debate on a wide range of subjects, including war, education and ethics. Koehler forces readers to pick a side and get in the conversation. (ON FILE)

By ROBERT C. KOEHLER Tribune Content Agency “Officials in France and in Brussels said on Monday that they were unhappy and dumbfounded with the no vote, but let it be known that they would hold the door open to the possibility of a compromise between Greece and its creditors.” Dumbfounded? ...

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