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Opinion: Protests Inflaming Politics

A wooden barrier was blocking the street, and a policeman was standing beside his patrol car. Accident? Arrest? Nope, “protests,” the cop told me. A few blocks toward the center of the capital, more police cars cut off main avenues. Over the radio came word that demonstrators were near the White House shouting slogans. The

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Opinion: Lessons From a (GOP) Transsexual Satanic Anarchist

When Republican voters in Cheshire County, N.H., went to the polls last week, little did they know they would be the critical ignition point of a national news story that would spread like wildfire coast to coast. We at Cornerstone, a pro-family group in the Granite State, got a hint of the notoriety to come

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Opinion: Will an Ambulance Be Available When You Call?

Our emergency medical services professionals have been devastated by the pandemic. By August 3, 35 emergency medical technicians and paramedics had died from the coronavirus nationwide, and the rate of COVID-19-fatalities for medics was about four times higher than the rate for firefighters. Thousands of medics have been afflicted, many will never be able to

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Opinion: Americans Should be Free to Pursue Financial Options in the COVID Battle

America has arrived at a crossroads. Between widespread protests in towns and cities across the United States and the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to strike at countless communities, there is rising concern that things are on the wrong track in this country. Worse still is the effect on the nation’s sense of security, and how the

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Opinion: This Labor Day, Thank VA Employees for Keeping Veterans Safe

Each Labor Day we honor the American workers who contribute so much to this prosperous nation, and this year, the nearly 400,000 employees at the Department of Veterans Affairs deserve special recognition. I have visited VA facilities in several states during the last few months. At each stop I have met dedicated employees who never

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Llewellyn King: Editing and Sanitizing History Is Vandalism

History is fragile. It needs to be handled with care. The trouble is that it is inevitably viewed through the prism of today, which can cast the good as bad and the bad as good. That is why those who would edit it, sanitize it or obscure it are, for the most part, vandals. It

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