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The solution to bringing a viable Paid Family Medical Leave (PFML) program to New Hampshire has been an unsolved puzzle for two decades, but a trailblazing proposal crafted by Governor Chris Sununu and supported by the legislature will soon make PFML a reality in our state.

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This week, thousands of Cuban dissidents marched against the repressive communist tyranny that has subjugated the Cuban people for three generations. They chanted "Libertad!" and called for the end of the regime. And they carried aloft a symbol of freedom: the American flag.

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Bob Gardiner hoped for a career in aeronautics until advanced mathematics at Colgate University interfered. "My dreams of being an aeronautical engineer were destroyed by calculus," says the 88-year-old resident of Lenox, Massachusetts, one of the jewel communities in the western part of the…

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“There are people in every time and every land,” Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. said, “who want to stop history in its tracks. They fear the future, mistrust the present, and invoke the security of a comfortable past which, in fact, never existed.”

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This Independence Day, a poll from Issues & Insights revealed that only 36 percent of adults aged 18-24 said they were "proud to be American," compared with 86 percent of those over the age of 65. This shouldn't be surprising. America's children have been raised in a system dedicated to …

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The poor soul responsible for selecting the most laughable falsehood to have emanated from Trump World is going to have his work cut out for him. The sheer volume of hooey to the effect that former President Donald Trump won the election that he lost, that the election he lost was stolen fro…

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It occurred 50 years ago this month, a story known primarily by people now dead but one that is vital for our times, and for all time. It is a tale about the Pentagon Papers, the Unitarian Universalist Church, a teeny publishing house, a radical historian, a renegade Pentagon employee, a cou…

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This week, heretofore nearly anonymous hammer thrower Gwen Berry made international headlines when, during the podium ceremony for winning bronze in an Olympic trial, she turned away from the United States flag as the national anthem played. The anthem wasn't played for her, or for the other…

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The expression commonly used to capture the unique power of a president to elevate America's character was coined by Theodore Roosevelt, according to historians. Reading aloud a message he had drafted for the American people, he mused to those present, "I suppose my critics will call that pr…