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These days, discussing previously acceptable subjects such as the weather or health can lead to fistfights.
Anger, greed, and self-seeking are enemies of the Christmas spirit.
The problem is that the evidence for this strategy is weak.
Federalism is at the core of the Bill of Rights
Even after a half-century, “The Grinch” has few detractors, even when considered in a cultural context.
How we teach our children has become a major political football for Republicans and Democrats alike.
This was the fifth time in United States history that a president was elected despite having lost the popular vote.
City Administrator needed in Aberdeen
History has proved that what’s good for big corporations is not always good for America.
Experience counts, and Trump has chosen a Cabinet of amateurs.
U.S. intelligence agencies agree unanimously that Russia wanted to disrupt the campaign — and succeeded.
Hillary Clinton’s lack of a coherent, compelling economic message was a big deal.
We must ask where the nontraditional politician fits in the grand flow of history.
GOP skeptics are doing their best to give him a cheerful honeymoon.
He has been unwilling to acknowledge that Islamic ideology plays a role in what motivates terrorists to strike.
By challenging the physical flow of power, the Standing Rock tribe challenged the current economic and political power.
The senator put together a really respectable body of public policy accomplishment.
Christopher Suprun has been contemplating voting against Trump since August.
Fake news is hardly a new phenomenon.
Mattis has already disagreed with many of the foreign policy positions Trump adopted without evidence of deep study during his campaign.