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  • By Arthur I. Cyr
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“The fruits of decades of effort … to build bilateral trust,” is how Dan Kritenbrink, U.S. ambassador to Vietnam, described the dramatic visit of our aircraft carrier the USS Carl Vinson to that country. The magnificent U.S. Navy vessel is on a mission of peace, serving as a symbol of steadi…

  • By Janis Ringhand
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In a guest column Saturday (“Dark store issue is really about higher taxes”), Scott Manley, lead corporate lobbyist for Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, defended the dark store property tax loophole that allows big-box stores to shift millions of dollars in property taxes onto local h…

A Gazette analysis of child sexual assault prosecutions reveals a problem that's widely acknowledged among law enforcement and social welfare professionals but less familiar to the public: Children are far more likely to be sexually assaulted by someone they know.

On March 14, high school students from Parkland, Florida, led a school walkout in favor of gun control. The media have already appointed student witnesses of the horror at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School untouchable moral authorities; their opinions are not to be questioned.

  • By Froma Harrop
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The poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the English countryside has roused Britons to two truths: Vladimir Putin regards their country as an easy mark, but it's also an extremely pleasant place for his oligarchs to live. Americans, take note.

  • By Michael Gerson
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I have been asking myself: Why is our political moment not just pathetic but traumatic? America now has a president who is staggeringly ignorant of this history -- unfamiliar with its heroes and unmoved by its moral achievements.

  • By David Harsanyi
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President Donald Trump will reportedly name Larry Kudlow head of the White House National Economic Council. For fans of pro-growth policies—deregulation, low taxation and open trade—it’s great news for obvious reasons. Kudlow has been a decadeslong champion of these ideas, and those with coh…