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As 2017 looms: The peril of Europe’s populism

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As the anti-establishment bandwagon rolls across Europe, questions with unnerving implications for the U.S. loom. Will populist movements reduce Europe to a hodgepodge of...

Christine M. Flowers: Take it from me: On immigration, Trump doesn’t have a clue

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A very dear friend of mine scolded me on Facebook for not letting people know that I’m an immigration lawyer with a “vested interest”...

Ali found icon status in blending politics, activism, sports

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NEW YORK (AP) — During the Beatles’ first visit to the United States in 1964, clever publicity agents arranged a meeting with Cassius Clay,...

Quotes in the news

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“The spirit, the essence of America lies in the hearts and souls of us. Some missed this message. It wasn’t sexy, it wasn’t a...

America’s split over free trade

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Americans have a love-hate relationship with international trade. Every day we enjoy its fruits, which include better and more affordable products; access to a...

America’s split over free trade

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Supporters of the trade deals of the last quarter century, including the currently pending Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), invariably describe these deals as the alternative...

Criticism all in a day’s work

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WASHINGTON — Janet Yellen was put on the spot about whether she made a mistake in raising interest rates in December. Ben Bernanke was...

Letter: A positive look at great team

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Thank you Janet Ferguson for your great article in The Lima News on The Sharks Special Olympics Basketball Team. It’s a real joy reading...

Jay Ambrose: The good and bad of the Iowa caucuses

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The Iowa caucuses represented some of the worst in politics, such as big money substituting for big ideas, negative advertising saying more about the...

Legal-Ease: Business divorce

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I represent many businesses and business owners. Frequently, when people have a business idea or organize a new venture, they involve me. Similarly, people...