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Christine Flowers: Disgusting Scaramucci does not represent Italian people

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When I was younger, I asked my mother if I could add a vowel to the end of my name. “Why,” she said, not...

Doyle McManus: So this is how Trump fires people. Publicly, with maximum humiliation

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This is not the normal way to fire a Cabinet officer. President Donald Trump is subjecting his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to public torture...

Christine Flowers: Deaths in Texas force us to confront broken immigration system

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Whenever I write about immigration, I prepare to please absolutely no one, least of all myself. My personal curse is that I am a...

George Will: When a diminishing president is a good thing

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WASHINGTON — Looking, as prudent people are disinclined to do, on the bright side, there are a few vagrant reasons for cheerfulness, beginning with...

Opinion: Boris, Natasha, Bullwinkle and the Trumps.

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You don’t have to work for the special counsel to know the prolonged war between the Trumps and the truth over Russia will soon...

Kathleen Parker: In search of loyalty

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WASHINGTON — Eventually, everyone in this town seems to wind up with the word “poor” in front of his or her name.Such a fate...

Cal Thomas: A plan to save Social Security

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It is no secret that what the major media seem to care most about is radically different from what concerns average Americans. While the...

George Will: The slovenly institution that is Congress

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WASHINGTON — In January 1988, in Ronald Reagan’s final State of the Union address, he noisily dropped on a table next to the podium...

Dan K. Thomasson: We continually ask ourselves ‘what kind of day was it?’

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WASHINGTON — “What kind of a day was it?” Walter Cronkite used to ask on his early weekly television program, “You Were There,” that...

George Ball: Stephen Hawking is wrong about our potential to save our planet

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Recently, renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking said we should colonize the moon and Mars as soon as possible. He predicts that, figuratively speaking, Mother...