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Karl Selzer serves as the Web Editor for Human Events. He holds a bachelor's degree from the School of Philosophy at the Catholic University of America, where he focused in political, moral and legal philosophy. Karl spent time growing up between Vienna, Austria and Washington, D.C. which did much to incline his interests to culture and politics and their intersection. Karl’s email is KSelzer@EaglePub.com
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  • Fiscal cliff update Dec. 29: A Sunday deal in the works

    Fiscal cliff update Dec. 29: A Sunday deal in the works

    Talks continue between Reid and McConnell as the top Congressional leaders try to come up with a deal Sunday in order to avert the fiscal cliff.

  • Fiscal cliff update Dec. 28: Obama to speak at 5:45 pm

    Fiscal cliff update Dec. 28: Obama to speak at 5:45 pm

    Is it time to go over the cliff? Some might say so as Vice President Biden joins the bipartisan talks at the White House today.

  • Norman Schwarzkopf dies at 78

    Norman Schwarzkopf dies at 78

    The famed general led a coalition of forces against Saddam Hussein during the Gulf War of 1991.

  • Fiscal cliff update Dec. 21: Boehner claims Plan B was not a tax hike

    Fiscal cliff update Dec. 21: Boehner claims Plan B was not a tax hike

    Updated 3:15 p.m. — Speaker Boehner addresses the failure of Plan B to avert the fiscal cliff, saying it was a misconception on the part of fiscal conservatives that led to its doom.

  • Biden must have failed out of Sunday school

    Biden must have failed out of Sunday school

    Analysis: The vice president Thursday night described how the Catholic Church defines who he is, yet he fails to understand the importance of its moral teachings.

  • Scenes From The March For Life 2011

    Yesterday was the 35th annual March for Life.  The march, which first began in 1974, commemorates the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade that essentially legalized abortion within the United States.  Without going into the details of the history of | Read More »

  • Young Men and the Virtues of the Outdoors

    ‘Imagine for a moment a stiff chill in the air.  It’s an early autumn morning.  You barely breathe and still a waft of condensation glides away from your nostrils.  There’s a rustle in the leaves, and your friend lightly taps | Read More »