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Weak environmental policies cost jobs

"The public will no doubt be surprised at the economic importance of this industry as (we measure) the impact of activities like boating, fishing,...

Presumptions have elevated ethnic tension in Lewiston

A dozen or more messages have floated into my inbox since Friday, all saying exactly this: I'm concerned about the way you reported on the...

EPA would be better off without Pruitt

It's time to test the proposition whether it's possible to roll back the Obama regulatory agenda without using government employees as glorified personal assistants. Environmental...

Give Trump’s team a chance to work on North Korea deal

WASHINGTON — Well, that didn't take long. President Trump had barely departed Singapore when Democrats in Washington unleashed scathing attacks over his meeting with...

China the biggest winner from Trump-Kim summit

LONDON — "America will remain the world's dominant power in the 21st century only if it is the dominant Pacific power," the late Lee...

U.S. has sunk to state-sponsored cruelty

What if God were one of us? Singer Joan Osborne famously asked that question in 1995. In her Grammy-nominated hit, “One Of Us,” she envisions...

Work it all out

There are two kinds of people, those who . . . You've heard those words a hundred times, spoken by someone who wants to distinguish...

A tribute to Charles Krauthammer

I have often thought that tributes to those we love are best made when the object of our affection is still with us, rather...

Who will fill the global power vacuum?

WASHINGTON — The commentariat is bursting with speeches, diatribes, essays, analyses, stories and tweets about the impending collapse of the post-World War II international...

Beijing, not Ottawa, is America’s enemy

Justin Trudeau may be the annoying, youthful avatar of chic progressivism — but he's not our adversary. After leaving the G-7 summit, President Donald Trump...

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