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Bringing you opinions and commentary on a variety of topics from around the country.
Read more about Unique 4/3/21 date draws lines for Vegas wedding licenses
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Unique 4/3/21 date draws lines for Vegas wedding licenses

Apr 03, 2021
Read more about Unique 4/3/21 date draws lines for Vegas wedding licenses
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Soon-to-be newlyweds lined up out the door of the marriage license office in Las Vegas on Friday, ahead of a unique date to tie the knot: 4/3/21.
Read more about GREENE: Trump refuses to condemn white supremacists in wild debate
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GREENE: Trump refuses to condemn white supremacists in wild debate

Oct 01, 2020
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"We’re still waiting. The worst presidential debate in American history is still ringing in our ears, and we’re still waiting for the president of the United States to do something as simple as condemn white supremacy, and he still hasn’t done it," writes Leonard Greene. "Not on stage. Not in a statement. Not even in a tweet."
Read more about PONNURU: ‘Clowns, fools’ mark a debate with only lowlights
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PONNURU: ‘Clowns, fools’ mark a debate with only lowlights

Oct 01, 2020
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"Some political debates have highlights. The first presidential debate this year had only lowlights. Joe Biden called President Donald Trump 'a clown.' Trump said Biden wasn’t smart. Biden said Trump 'has been a fool,'” writes Ramesh Ponnuru. "And on it went, in what must have been the nastiest presidential debate in U.S. history. The most common word in the transcript will be '(crosstalk).'”
Read more about BERNSTEIN: Trump embarrassed his country and himself
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BERNSTEIN: Trump embarrassed his country and himself

Oct 01, 2020
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"I’ve watched a lot of presidential general election debates. This was the first time that I spent much of the time hoping that the feed to foreign nations was somehow disabled, because what we saw Tuesday night — what President Donald Trump did on Tuesday night — was so deeply embarrassing to the nation," writes Jonathan Bernstein.
Read more about FELDMAN: Not even FDR could pack the Supreme Court
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FELDMAN: Not even FDR could pack the Supreme Court

Sep 30, 2020
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"As President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell move to confirm Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court, progressive Democrats are increasingly talking about packing the Supreme Court in retaliation — increasing the size of the court and adding new, liberal justices to the bench," writes Noah Feldman. "At a minimum, the idea rests on the heroic assumption that Democrats will win the presidency and both houses of Congress. But that’s not all. History demonstrates the grave difficulty of successfully mustering even majority-party support to add new Supreme Court seats."
Read more about GLANTON: The shooting of Breonna Taylor wasn’t just tragic. It was criminal
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GLANTON: The shooting of Breonna Taylor wasn’t just tragic. It was criminal

Sep 30, 2020
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"Police burst into Breonna Taylor’s home in the middle of the night and killed her, though she had done nothing wrong. Lots of people are emotional about that. They have a right to be," writes Dahleen Glanton. "Nearly everyone agrees that her death was tragic. However, some don’t understand that it was also criminal. The officers responsible should have been indicted. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron would have us believe that he had no choice but allow her killers to walk free."
Read more about GREENE: Only thing worse than Trump getting 3 SCOTUS picks is if he gets 4 or 5
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GREENE: Only thing worse than Trump getting 3 SCOTUS picks is if he gets 4 or 5

Sep 30, 2020
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"I sat in the same room with Clarence Thomas once, me, a bunch of photographers taking pictures and senators asking questions, and I remember having the same anxiety then, as I am having now, about defeat and inevitability," writes Leonard Greene. "And as we await what is being billed as a Senate battle royale over the latest Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, I find that I am not so bothered by the hypocrisy of it all as I am by the complacency and political apathy that got us here in the first place."
Read more about BURRIS: RBG’s values cut across ideological lines and challenge us all
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BURRIS: RBG’s values cut across ideological lines and challenge us all

Sep 30, 2020
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"The odes and elegies to Ruth Bader Ginsburg have proceeded apace, seemingly endless and inexhaustible and essentially banal. We do this with heroic Americans. We repeat all the cliched talking points and tropes until we have memorized them. And then we repeat them back to each other, perhaps on a yearly basis," writes Keith C. Burris. "Then we place the great man or woman on the national mantelpiece as a petrified or stuffed artifact — this was something other than the rest of us. Something too fine for this world. Thus we never have to try to be that thing ourselves."
Read more about GOLDBERG: Debate will test Trump’s assertions about Biden’s mental state
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GOLDBERG: Debate will test Trump’s assertions about Biden’s mental state

Sep 29, 2020
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"President Donald Trump’s attacks on Joe Biden’s mental state are cruel, unsubstantiated and detestable," writes Nicholas Goldberg. "But they’re also effective. With the president pounding the dementia message into voters’ heads steadily for months, it’s no surprise that many Democrats and independents are now secretly worried about what will happen when the two presidential candidates finally meet in person at Tuesday’s debate in Cleveland."
Read more about SUNSTEIN: There’s room for surprises from Amy Coney Barrett
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SUNSTEIN: There’s room for surprises from Amy Coney Barrett

Sep 29, 2020
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"Here is a paradox. It is pretty easy to predict the voting patterns of new Supreme Court justices," writes Cass R. Sunstein. "But it can be exceedingly difficult to predict the votes of justices in specific cases, which means that it can be difficult as well to predict how those cases are going to be decided."