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Michael Reagan: So long, Joe

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Going into Joe Biden’s debate with Donald Trump on CNN, the big question was whether Biden could last 90 minutes.

Mark Figley: Celebrating an exceptional Founder

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While standing a mere 5”4” tall, making him the shortest president in history, James Madison’s achievements make him one of America’s greatest Founding Fathers of all. Before occupying the White House, Madison established quite a name for himself as a legislator, before serving as a trusted adviser to President George Washington and Secretary of State in the Jefferson administration.

John Grindrod: Unattainable perfection often stops at sidewalk’s end

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If you’ve ever wondered just how many of us there are who participate in the affairs of the living at any moment in time, there’s actually a website, worldometers.info, which provides a ticker with a rolling count. There are 8,111,304,849 of us, although those last three digits bounce up and down constantly, depending on who’s winning the ongoing competition between joyous birth and sorrowful death.

Lori Borgman: No writer is purrfect all the thyme

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You may not remember William Safire, but I lived in fear of him. He was a nationally syndicated columnist who wrote about other writers’ writing gaffes.

Legal-Ease: Types and the roles of a trust

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When you buy a piece of furniture at the store or online, it doesn’t always come put together. Thus, you might have that sometimes dreaded job of figuring out the sequence to assemble the furniture in order to enjoy it for its intended purpose. In most instances when a piece of furniture requires some assembly, the furniture will come with directions.

David Trinko: Music brings man back to Lima prison, as a composer

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Music brought Kevin Kohler rehabilitation while he served an 18-year prison term.

Cal Thomas: Supremes to rule on transgender law

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As if current Supreme Court cases were not controversial enough, the justices have accepted an appeal by the Biden administration “seeking to block state bans on gender-affirming care for minors.” Notice that the media only declare something “controversial” when rulings go against the favored position of liberal elites.

S.E. Cupp: Biden replacement theory: fact or fever dream?

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The presidential election is less than five months away, and the Democratic National Convention that will officially nominate sitting President Biden is two months away.

Robert B. Reich: Why I’m scared about Thursday debate

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I’m 78 this week, and I’m terrified about what might come down Thursday evening when the oldest candidates ever to compete in a presidential race debate each other.

Cal Thomas: My questions for the candidates

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The debate between President Biden and former president Donald Trump Thursday night on CNN ought to be more than rehearsed answers and soundbites we’ve heard before. Polls show Americans are alarmed over what many feel is the unraveling of our country when it comes to the economy, uncontrolled immigration, the weakening of once shared moral values, and an unraveling of what used to be known as cultural norms.