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Opinion: President Trump, Kim Jong-un and Bob Woodward’s ‘Rage’

Acclaimed journalist Bob Woodward offers inside stories that escaped all of us while covering the three Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un meetings in 2018 and 2019. In the course of 18 interviews and in 27 messages that he obtained between Trump and Kim, he provides details that make his latest book, “Rage,” enthralling reading for anyone, whether

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Opinion: Trump’s Nobel Nomination — Point/Counterpoint

Point: Trump’s Nobel Nomination Is Richly Deserved Claudia Rosett | InsideSources.com Yes, President Trump deserves a Nobel Peace Prize. He’s just brokered a landmark shift in the Middle East, in which two Arab nations — the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain — have normalized relations with Israel. On Tuesday, Trump hosted a ceremony at the White

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Opinion: Democrats Have the Biden Blues — Where Is the Passion?

Four years ago, Democrats slouched to the polls and voted, holding their noses figuratively. Somehow the party had come up with a presidential candidate whom no one liked very much: Hillary Clinton. Pitted against a risible president, Donald Trump, who is a climate change-doubting, class-dividing, race-baiting, immigrant-bashing, law-bending, treaty-tearing, dictator-loving, truth-challenged, dissembling incompetent, this time

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Opinion: Second Chances are Nonpartisan

With the first presidential debate slated for later this month, candidates will be expected to articulate their stances on a number of major policy issues, including policing and criminal justice reform. As both campaigns prepare, one particular initiative they should pay close attention to is a policy called “Clean Slate” — or the process of

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Opinion: Sounding the Shofar in 2020

This weekend the shofar (a ram’s horn) will be blown in services throughout the globe for Rosh Hashana, the holiday celebrating the Jewish new year. How we hear the 100 blasts of sound and internalize its meaning says much about how we view our relationship to the world. Especially in the year 2020, the shofar

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Opinion: Voters to Decide Military Spending Priorities This Fall

Only paying attention to media coverage, one can summarize the general election hinges solely on two issues: coronavirus and the idea — or lack thereof — “Law and Order” in our nation’s big cities. Other issues like security from foreign threats and the economy affect daily lives just as much and will remain top-of-mind on

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