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    May 19, 2019

    Peter Elias: Support education in Auburn

    I enthusiastically support funding and building the proposed new Edward Little High School. The current school is old and increasingly difficult and expensive to maintain. The planned new school is future-looking and extremely well thought out. It will serve not just our students and teachers but our entire community for the next several generations. To […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Marc Thiessen: Biden being targeted by leftists

    WASHINGTON — The left is starting to take aim at Democratic front-runner Joe Biden. At a conference this week, liberal activists repeatedly booed when told that Biden wanted to find “middle ground” on climate policy. When an audience member shouted “No middle ground!” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., replied, “No middle ground is right!” and declared […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Safiya Khalid: Promoting inclusiveness and increased voter participation

    Most people wouldn’t expect someone like me to be involved in politics. As a young black female activist, the odds are not in my favor. Fortunately, I managed to get engaged anyway, but many people like me don’t do the same. Some might argue that young people and immigrants need to be proactive about participating […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Christopher Elliott, Travel Navigator: What you need to know about renewing your Global Entry membership

    Christopher Elliott Special to The Washington If you have a Global Entry membership, which allows you to skip some of the airport lines, lucky you. But you might want to check your expiration date. A majority of Global Entry members who joined the program in 2012 to 2014 are applying for renewal now, according to […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Judy Baird: What’s going on, Gov. Mills?

    I can’t help but wonder — what has happened to Gov. Janet Mills? She is so gung-ho for that transmission line foolishness that would cut through Maine. Even her home town of Farmington is against it. Signs beside the roads say “no.” It stands to reason that she should be against it. She should stop […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Cal Thomas: My sentimental journey with Doris Day

    It was Oscar Levant who uttered the famous line: “I knew Doris Day before she was a virgin.” In a way it was a backhanded compliment to a woman who represented in most of her film roles an image of chastity and virtue that was once mostly promoted in American culture, though not always practiced […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Leonard Pitts: The Republican Party working to repeal the 20th century

    The Republican Party’s appeal, it has occasionally been argued in this space, stems largely from an implicit promise: Vote for us and we will repeal the 20th century. This was meant as truth wrapped in snarky hyperbole. But, as has become distressingly apparent over the years, it’s actually truth wrapped in truth. The latest evidence […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Dear Abby: Time to have discussion with husband

    DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been together for 12 years. I have a daughter from a previous relationship who is now 16. They have had their ups and downs. What irritates me to no end is, my husband tattles on my daughter. Today she wanted to come home from school because she felt […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Eugenia Last, Virgo: Take a break from situations that frustrate you

    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Dario Franchitti, 46; Polly Walker, 53; Grace Jones, 71; Pete Townshend, 74. Happy Birthday: You’ll make the most progress if you keep the peace and go about your business. It’s what you accomplish that will matter in the end. Talk is cheap if you don’t follow through. Channel your energy […]

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    May 19, 2019

    Fareed Zakaria: Trump’s ‘America First’ philosophy has created a less stable world

    NEW YORK — Donald Trump has seemed largely uninterested in foreign policy. He got excited briefly when he thought he could win a Nobel Peace Prize and hyped the danger of an imminent North Korean attack — so that he could play the peacemaker. When it became clear that a deal was not to be […]

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