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Legal marijuana will lead us to a 'Brave New World'
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The re-education of a public man
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An Arab American's guide to Arab Americans
Newly designated Heritage Month is a departure from hostile past.
John Rash, Rash Report
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Michael R. Strain
Biden's child tax credit has a fatal flaw
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I helped lead the gun control movement. It's asking the wrong questions.
A campaign galvanized by mass shootings and assault weapons is one overlooking the bulk of preventable gun incidents.
John Kass, Chicago Tribune
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The president used the race card to attack Georgia's new election law and encouraged the All-Star Game to be moved from Atlanta.
We must outlaw white supremacy in law enforcement
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