Economic blame, Cuba, and Chávez, challenge new US-Latin American relations.
Today's difficulties won't bring reformation unless we learn to identify and value the essential over the extraneous.
Readers write about bullet trains in the US, purchasing guns to prevent crime, and the legalization of gay marriage in Iowa.
Definitional nuance will strengthen world response to terrorism.
Readers write about the need for manufacturing jobs in the US, why cap and trade policies won't help reduce harmful emissions, Somali piracy, and the benefits of driving a motorcycle instead of a car.
Readers write about why the Iowa court made the right call on gay marriage.
Readers write about why the world is safer without nuclear weapons, how the government cannot legislate whom churches marry, why America must change the way it invests, and why tickets for men's basketball games cost more than tickets for women's.
Is it time to replace bluewater policing with tactics of Jefferson, who defeated the Barbary pirates on land?