Does Santorum’s Sweep Spell Trouble for Romney?

By Jude O. Marfil Rick Santorum scored a major victory Tuesday night, winning in the swing states of Minnesota, Missouri, and Colorado in the GOP's first multi-state voting, and putting the brakes on front-runner Mitt Romney's ride to the GOP ...
Komen Board's Wisdom Lost on Scott Walker

When the leading fundraiser for breast cancer research attempts to quietly sever its successful partnership with the most prominent women's health care provider in the country, something's got to give. And when an embattled Midwestern governor, ...
Germans question wisdom of Merkel backing Sarkozy - Reuters

Sigmar Gabriel, leader of the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD), also questioned the wisdom of Merkel's campaigning that is set to go well beyond the traditional perfunctory appearance or two at a party rally during the latter part of the campaign.
Germans question wisdom of Merkel backing Sarkozy - Reuters

Sigmar Gabriel, leader of the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD), also questioned the wisdom of Merkel's campaigning that is set to go well beyond the traditional perfunctory appearance or two at a party rally during the latter part of the campaign.
Shining a light on 'the momentum of war'

George Kennan, an American diplomat and historian who was best known as the “father of containment” during the Cold War, was the subject of an essay by Nicholas Thompson in the January/February 2012 issue of “Foreign Affairs.” Thompson notes that Kennan in 1951 wondered whether American democracy was "uncomfortably similar to one of those prehistoric monsters with a body as long as this room and a brain the size of a pin." In 2002, as conflict in Iraq approached, Kennan, who died in 2005, said: ‘War has a momentum of its own and it carries you away from all thoughtful intentions when you get into it. Today, if we went into Iraq, like the president would like us to...
Clemson edition « Terrapin Trail

Welp, before a nailbiting end, the Terps' 64-62 win over Clemson at Littlejohn Coliseum was just about as boring as they come. Neither team could buy a basket for pretty much the entire first half, and the Terps slowly pulled away early in the second ...
New book discovers the 'Wisdom of French Parenting'
Now it's the French whom Americans should emulate, according to Pamela Druckerman's new Bringing Up Bebe: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting. In an excerpt Saturday in The Wall Street Journal under the headline, ...
From waffle to wisdom
By deciding to continue with importing oil from Iran, India has forged a partial policy. It remains to be seen how New Delhi plays the game vis-Ă -vis Tehran. For a change the Government of India has spoken loud and clear. Talking to mediapersons during ...
Digerati Get Connected to Their Spiritual Side
Soren Gordhamer, left, at last year's Wisdom 2.0 conference at the Computer History Museum. They include Wisdom 2.0, held in Redwood City later this month, where employees from Cisco Systems Inc., Google Inc., Twitter Inc. and Zynga Inc. will gather ...