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George Will: Get the shovels in the ground

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WASHINGTON — Sensing that his Scottish enemies had blundered at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650, Oliver Cromwell said, “The Lord hath delivered them...

Kathleen Parker: What’s obviously wrong isn’t necessarily illegal

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Boy Scout Comey is no match for The DonaldDownload StoryKATHLEEN PARKER COLUMN(Advance for Sunday, June 11, 2017, and thereafter. Web release Saturday, June 10,...

Susan Stamper Brown: Comey the leaking caped crusader exonerates Trump

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“Comey is the most honest, non-partisan public servant in America. Also, he leaks memos to media to settle personal scores against President.”...

Michael Reagan: The White House Needs Office Help

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Has anyone out there written the book “The Art of the Presidency”?If so, please send Donald Trump a copy. Overnight.Our billionaire president knows what...

Opinion: Russian assault on the American electoral system is real

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A deadly serious conclusion can be drawn from former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee: Donald Trump cares more about...

Cal Thomas: Hysteria over Paris pullout

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For sheer hilarity and hyperbole it’s hard to beat a recent headline on a Washington Post editorial opposing President Trump’s decision to remove the...

George Will: Engineering without a license

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WASHINGTON — Beginning this week, Washington hopes that infrastructure, which is a product of civil engineering, will be much discussed. But if you find...

John M. Crisp: 2 ways of thinking about American racism

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Consider the depth and breadth of American racism.Let’s start with the depth: Several recent events are troubling evidence of the persistent presence in our...

Christine M. Flowers: Griffin unites conservatives, liberals in disgust

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Kathy Griffin is a great gal.Before you slam down whatever newspaper you are reading onto your table or desk (or punch in the monitor...

George Will: Public broadcasting: superfluous yet seemingly immortal

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WASHINGTON — As changing technologies and preferences make government-funded broadcasting increasingly preposterous, such broadcasting actually becomes useful by illustrating two dismal facts. One is...