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Cheney: Our duty as Americans

Cheney writes: We must speak the truth. Our election was not stolen. Read more

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Barron: Rethinking the naming game

Barron writes:

What the turnaround demonstrates is that a historic budget problem and a wobbly economy can make a money-maker like sports gambling mighty attractive. Read more

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Hanson: Biden administration is mocking ancient wisdom

Human nature stays the same across time and space. That is why there used to be predictable political, economic and social behavior that al… Read more

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Reagan: What really killed Ma'Khia Bryant?

Most of the country has seen video of the tragic death of Ma’Khia Bryant. Read more

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Adler: What were they thinking? Ouster of Liz Cheney: Historic Implications for American Democracy

Adler writes: It is not Rep. Cheney’s politics or policy preferences that are of importance here. The question of great moment is whether Americans will subscribe to the use of a political tactic that deplores the truth and facts and evidence, and pursues victory at all costs. Every resident, like every citizen of the United States, has a dog in this fight. Read more

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Thomas: Signs of the times

Signs have been a part of Middle East lore dating back to biblical times. People in the region take them seriously, which is why the signs … Read more

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Richard Kyte: We can learn a lot from working with our hands

Opinion: If there is one thing you learn from working in the world of things — whether it is farming, manufacturing or construction — it is that intentions are very different from results. Read more

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Richard Kyte: Let’s stop the culture wars and talk like adults

Opinion: Describing something as a “war” envelops it in fog, distorting reason and obscuring common sense. Read more

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'The Ethical Life': We tackle 10 ethical dilemmas to mark our 10th episode

Podcast: Topics include whether you should teach children that police officers are their friends, how much to reveal when selling a used car and if telling people with Alzheimer's disease the whole truth is always appropriate. Read more

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Richard Kyte: What is the true character of America?

Opinion: The question that faces us as a nation is whether America will be defined by its best qualities or its worst. Read more

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The Ethical Life podcast: Are we moving too fast on marijuana legalization?

Episode 7: Other topics include whether news stories about relatively minor crimes should stay online forever, and which tactics work best when dealing with unreasonable people. Read more

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Antonio French: A clear double standard is at play in the treatment of Black, white protesters

While watching the incredible scenes from the U.S. Capitol this week, it was hard not to think about Josh. No, not Josh Hawley. Josh Williams. Read more

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Richard Kyte: How to rebuild America, one relationship at a time

"Will a culture of accusation, threat and retribution make our nation better? How is that working out so far?" Read more

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The Ethical Life podcast: How can we reclaim trust with our leaders and each other?

Episode 4: Other topics include whether politicians should be at the front of the line for vaccines and a new program in Florida that encourages residents to eat Burmese pythons. Read more

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Cheney: Our duty as Americans

Liz Cheney

Cheney writes: We must speak the truth. Our election was not stolen. Read more

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