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As his limo carried him to work at the White House Monday, Larry Kudlow could not have been pleased with the headline in The Washington Post: "Kudlow Contradicts Trump on Tariffs."

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We are writing to ensure the community is aware that it is not too late to appeal the demolition of Saint Joseph Church, although time is running out. Attached you will find the “Manner of Initiating Recourse Against an Administrative Decree” that was posted in the rear of Saint Joseph Churc…

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It seems like many of our politicians are leading us, and our country, on a pathway to oblivion. Having lost an election they expected to win, they succumbed to a fit of petulance and simply refuse to accept reality. Included in that refusal is an insistence that they not be subject to rules…

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Now that Creepy Joe Biden thinks he has put to rest all the cringy questions about his grabby hands, he has reverted to one of his old-time shticks: middle-class Joe. Champion of the masses. Hero of the hoi polloi. A six-term U.S. senator and two-term vice-president, which equates to 44 back…

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What can you say about Stephen Moore? That his economic views tend toward the nutty, and his research is a slop job? That his juvenile fear of females borders on the pathetic — and that he didn’t find them too embarrassing to air? That he’s Donald Trump’s pick to serve on the Federal Reserve…

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The New Hampshire legislature just voted to abolish capital punishment. While the governor has promised to veto it, it passed with such a majority that it may be veto-proof. New Hampshire may be about to join the community of civilized states and nations and abolish this outdated penalty. Ve…

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My friend Jack Corrigan, one of the smartest politicos/lawyers I know, saw it right away. He called it "the key punch-pulling passage in the report." It occurs on page two of volume two, where Robert Mueller says he and his team "determined not to apply an approach that could potentially res…

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Many readers objected to our decision to publish a blatantly antisemetic, racist letter from New Hampton resident Ryan Murdough, one in which he championed the idea that the Holocaust never happened.

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The last Friday in April is National Arbor Day. You knew that, didn't you? Born in the Victorian era, Arbor Day began mainly as a gentle reminder to admire trees as things of beauty. As an environmental observance, it has been upstaged by the more comprehensive Earth Day (itself now almost 5…

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As we enter the onset of a new election period, we are awash in the prospective candidates making their “sales pitches”. We hear “free” college, “free” healthcare, “free” income ... “Free” whatever you want as long as you vote for me (insert prospective candidate’s name). And we also hear th…