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Clarence Page: George Floyd’s Death Brings Back An Old Familiar Rage
As I watched the fires in the night leap skyward over Minneapolis and watched the protest marchers pour into other streets across the nation, I was reminded of the cities that erupted in flames a half-century ago and wondered, “What’s changed?” I sti
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Jonah Goldberg: Anger, Stupidity Take Hold In Battle Over Twitter
Twitter makes a lot of people stupid and angry, so it’s fitting that the current debate about Twitter should be so full of stupidity and anger. First, some context. President Trump frequently tweets or retweets things that are untrue. He also tweets
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Bill Press: On Twitter, Anything Goes — Even Murder Accusations
Given two disgusting options, it’s hard to tell which is worse: Donald Trump’s accusing Joe Scarborough of murder, or Twitter’s giving him an unfettered platform to do so. Trump has long used Twitter to spew his hatred of everything and everybody who
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Robert C. Koehler: Policing And The Sanctity Of Life
This is so much bigger than personal accountability. Yes, the four police officers present at the Memorial Day killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis were fired the next day. The case is being investigated by the FBI. And the mayor of Minneapolis and
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Cal Thomas: Biden’s Disturbing Pattern
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden told an African American talk show host last week: “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” It was not a one-off remark. After strong condemnation
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Jonah Goldberg: Biden Faces Marketing Decision On His Running Mate
The first thing to remember about vice presidential picks is that they are marketing decisions. That is, once a candidate has been deemed qualified to be president, the only thing that matters is what the choice says about the person at the top of th
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Cal Thomas: Name-calling
Writing and making public one’s opinions guarantees people will respond. Writers, performers and every human likely desire his or her thoughts, and even their life, to matter to others. The alternative is to become hermits. Like other opinion writers
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Clarence Page: Hey, Joe Biden, Sometimes It’s Best To Leave Black Humor To Black People
Joe Biden has been pushing back against the backlash that came after he made racially volatile remarks Friday during a radio interview. That’s what he gets for trying to be funny. “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, th
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Robert B. Reich: Rush To Reopen Is Putting Workers At Risk
Most of Europe and all 50 of America’s states are in various stages of “reopening.” But why, exactly? The pandemic is still with us. After the first tentative steps to ease the lockdown in Germany — the most successful large European country in halti
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Clarence Page: When We Have A Coronavirus Vaccine, Will We Want To Use It?
As the development of a coronavirus vaccine intensifies with the fury of the 1960s race to the moon, a question haunts us Americans: If and when scientists come up with a vaccine, will we want to get it? I think I would. But what about everyone else?
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Clarence Page: When We Have A Coronavirus Vaccine, Will We Want To Use It?
As the development of a coronavirus vaccine intensifies with the fury of the 1960s race to the moon, a question haunts us Americans: If and when scientists come up with a vaccine, will we want to get it? I think I would. But what about everyone else?
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Clarence Page: When We Have A Coronavirus Vaccine, Will We Want To Use It?
As the development of a coronavirus vaccine intensifies with the fury of the 1960s race to the moon, a question haunts us Americans: If and when scientists come up with a vaccine, will we want to get it? I think I would. But what about everyone else?
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Clarence Page: When We Have A Coronavirus Vaccine, Will We Want To Use It?
As the development of a coronavirus vaccine intensifies with the fury of the 1960s race to the moon, a question haunts us Americans: If and when scientists come up with a vaccine, will we want to get it? I think I would. But what about everyone else?
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Clarence Page: When We Have A Coronavirus Vaccine, Will We Want To Use It?
As the development of a coronavirus vaccine intensifies with the fury of the 1960s race to the moon, a question haunts us Americans: If and when scientists come up with a vaccine, will we want to get it? I think I would. But what about everyone else?
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Clarence Page: When We Have A Coronavirus Vaccine, Will We Want To Use It?
As the development of a coronavirus vaccine intensifies with the fury of the 1960s race to the moon, a question haunts us Americans: If and when scientists come up with a vaccine, will we want to get it? I think I would. But what about everyone else?
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Robert C. Koehler: Rethinking Public Safety: Trust Vs. Force
“Guns aren’t just a danger in and of themselves,” writes Noah Berlatsky at Quartz. “They enable a policing philosophy built on violence and forced compliance, rather than one founded on respect, trust and consent. That philosophy affects every police
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Cal Thomas: 'Snake Oil’ Cures
On Monday, in an off-the-cuff comment following a White House meeting with restaurant industry leaders, President Trump revealed that he has been taking the anti-Malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for “about a week and a half now” to protect himself fr
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Robert C. Koehler: Rethinking Public Safety: Trust Vs. Force
“Guns aren’t just a danger in and of themselves,” writes Noah Berlatsky at Quartz. “They enable a policing philosophy built on violence and forced compliance, rather than one founded on respect, trust and consent. That philosophy affects every police
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Robert C. Koehler: Rethinking Public Safety: Trust Vs. Force
“Guns aren’t just a danger in and of themselves,” writes Noah Berlatsky at Quartz. “They enable a policing philosophy built on violence and forced compliance, rather than one founded on respect, trust and consent. That philosophy affects every police
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Jonah Goldberg: Hawkishness Toward China Is Fine, But What Do We Want To Achieve?
In a sense, it’s pointless to debate whether the United States should have a more hawkish policy toward China, because we’ll have one regardless of how the 2020 elections go. There’s a broad consensus among both of the political parties and foreign p
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Robert C. Koehler: Rethinking Public Safety: Trust Vs. Force
“Guns aren’t just a danger in and of themselves,” writes Noah Berlatsky at Quartz. “They enable a policing philosophy built on violence and forced compliance, rather than one founded on respect, trust and consent. That philosophy affects every police
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Robert C. Koehler: Rethinking Public Safety: Trust Vs. Force
“Guns aren’t just a danger in and of themselves,” writes Noah Berlatsky at Quartz. “They enable a policing philosophy built on violence and forced compliance, rather than one founded on respect, trust and consent. That philosophy affects every police
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Bill Press: Doctor Trump Has The Perfect Drug For You
Of course, something like this would never happen. But let’s imagine for a moment that there’s a viral pandemic sweeping the country. Over a million and a half Americans have caught the disease, and over 93,000 have died from it. You’re worried, for
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Cal Thomas: 'Snake Oil’ Cures
On Monday, in an off-the-cuff comment following a White House meeting with restaurant industry leaders, President Trump revealed that he has been taking the anti-Malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for “about a week and a half now” to protect himself fr
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Cal Thomas: 'Snake Oil’ Cures
On Monday, in an off-the-cuff comment following a White House meeting with restaurant industry leaders, President Trump revealed that he has been taking the anti-Malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for “about a week and a half now” to protect himself fr
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Cal Thomas: 'Snake Oil’ Cures
On Monday, in an off-the-cuff comment following a White House meeting with restaurant industry leaders, President Trump revealed that he has been taking the anti-Malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for “about a week and a half now” to protect himself fr
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Jonah Goldberg: Hawkishness Toward China Is Fine, But What Do We Want To Achieve?
In a sense, it’s pointless to debate whether the United States should have a more hawkish policy toward China, because we’ll have one regardless of how the 2020 elections go. There’s a broad consensus among both of the political parties and foreign p
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Bill Press: Doctor Trump Has The Perfect Drug For You
Of course, something like this would never happen. But let’s imagine for a moment that there’s a viral pandemic sweeping the country. Over a million and a half Americans have caught the disease, and over 93,000 have died from it. You’re worried, for
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Cal Thomas: 'Snake Oil’ Cures
On Monday, in an off-the-cuff comment following a White House meeting with restaurant industry leaders, President Trump revealed that he has been taking the anti-Malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for “about a week and a half now” to protect himself fr
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Jonah Goldberg: Hawkishness Toward China Is Fine, But What Do We Want To Achieve?
In a sense, it’s pointless to debate whether the United States should have a more hawkish policy toward China, because we’ll have one regardless of how the 2020 elections go. There’s a broad consensus among both of the political parties and foreign p
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