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Kathleen Parker: Just a guy and the search for meaning

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WASHINGTON — The horror the horror.The English language, expansive as it is, lacks sufficient vocabulary for the near-ceaseless popping sound of an automatic weapon...

Cal Thomas: Math, history and tax reform

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In school, I liked math the least and history the most. Both can be useful in the coming debate over President Donald Trump’s proposed...

John M. Crisp: Talking back to a president who has it coming

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I love America. You probably do, too. Who wouldn’t love a nation in which an ordinary citizen can call the most powerful man in...

Cynthia M. Allen: Title IX changes should help address role of race in campus...

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In Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Atticus Finch, a white lawyer in a fictional southern town, is appointed to defend...

Larry L. Oatman: A timely renewal

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In last month’s mail, the state of Ohio sent me a reminder that it was time to renew my automobile license plate. That also...

Michael Smerconish: There’s a difference between protesting on native soil and doing so overseas

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In the final month of the 1992 campaign, President George H.W. Bush made an issue of Governor Bill Clinton’s foreign travel when Clinton was...

Tom Purcell: The art of spending other people’s money

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I can’t blame them, really. It’s human nature to want something for nothing.I speak of two tenants who recently moved into a rental unit...

Rob Portman: JSMC finally receiving level of support it needs

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America’s military might is unmatched. Our men and women in uniform carry out critical operations and defend democracy across the globe. It is one...

Joe Guzzardi: The eye-popping cost of illegal immigration

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Illegal immigration costs American taxpayers $116 billion annually, according to a new report published by the Washington, D.C.-based Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)....

Cal Thomas: The Vietnam War revisited

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“The highest patriotism is not a blind acceptance of official policy, but a love of one’s country deep enough to call her to a...