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Greg Peck: Five memorable editorials as I close the book on my journalism career
Greg Peck: Five memorable editorials as I close the book on my journalism career
As I retire at week’s end, here is the first of five editorials I’m reprinting that I’ve written since becoming The Gazette’s Opinion page editor in spring 2003.
Kathleen Parker: Does Brexit spell win for Trump?
Analysts and market speculators were shocked that prediction models they used were wrong. Overnight, the political playbook seemed to have become a relic of the distant past.
Dick Polman: Is Brexit a harbinger of Trumpism?
Americans should pay close attention to what is transpiring—and unraveling—in Britain right now. It’s a warning shot across our bow.
Steven Walters: GAB's death revives Capitol punishment
Besides the work it did, whether the ill-fated Government Accountability Board should be praised or damned depends on whom you ask.
Michael Gerson: For the GOP, a time for resistance
The type of populism that Donald Trump has unleashed is not a set of arguments but a set of tendencies and prejudices.
Matt Pommer: In Wisconsin, debate over troubled waters
There weren’t enough employees to review annual reports on how a million gallons of manure would be kept out of state lakes and streams.
Esther Cepeda: Seeking a path to academic success for low-income children
An author makes the compelling case that we should bolster our societal willingness to look for workable solutions even as education challenges seem insurmountable.
Yes: Clinton has the right ideas for dealing with North Korea, now must crystallize them
Making North Korea a top foreign policy priority would be a welcome change from President Barack Obama’s policy of “strategic patience.”
Charles Krauthammer: Hillaryism embodies essence of modern liberalism
The mission of modern liberalism is to patch the fraying safety net with yet more programs and entitlements.
Michael Gerson: The Christian right surrenders faith for politics
Support of Trump made this event a sad parody of Christian political involvement, summarizing all the faults and failures of the religious right.

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