The Obama Era Begins 

A promising start in Washington, but new discord down home.

This was my fourth presidential inauguration. I went to both of Bill Clinton's and the first one of George W. Bush's, and I well remember the approaches to an incompletely filled Washington Mall back in 2001 being lined by protesters whose hand-held…

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