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    April 7, 2019

    Christopher Elliott: Fur flies over travel industry pet cleanup charges

    Christopher Elliott Special to The Washington Post Two weeks after Kim Bruno returned his rental car in San Francisco, he received a surprise $285 charge from Budget. The reason? “Pet hair,” says Bruno, a lawyer in Washington, D.C. He and his wife had visited the Bay Area with her emotional support animal, an Australian cattle […]

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    April 7, 2019

    Pisces: End your day with someone you love or a little pampering

    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Duncan James, 41; Bill Bellamy, 54; Jackie Chan, 65; Francis Ford Coppola, 80. Happy Birthday: Stick to what you know and do best. Don’t lose sight of your goals, and finish what you start. This is a progressive year that needs your undivided attention in order to make the most […]

  • Published
    April 6, 2019

    Robert Samuelson: Has the market gone mad?

    Samuelson comments on the confusing paradox of strong stocks prices but weakening economies.

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    April 6, 2019

    Rich Lowry: Border crisis falls into Pelosi’s lap

    Lowry points out that the situation at the southern border is a true crisis and that the U.S. Congress has done nothing to alleviate the situation.

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    April 6, 2019

    Froma Harrop: Is Bernie behind the attacks on Biden?

    Harrop presents a possible scenario that Bernie Sanders’ campaign might be behind the Lucy Flores’ complaint about Joe Biden.

  • Published
    April 5, 2019

    Nancy Pinkham: Left with no alternatives

    I write in response to the letter from Mark Beaudoin (March 26). I find it obvious from Beaudoin’s letter that no thought was given to a woman with an unwanted pregnancy, which frequently occurs because of rape, domestic violence or abuse. Republicans have a history of taking money away from every entity that supports children […]

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    April 5, 2019

    Christopher Cayer: Open Maine’s primaries

    According to Maine’s Secretary of State, roughly 280,000 people voted in the 2018 primary. That may sound like a lot, but it represents only 27 percent of Maine registered voters. In a state that prides itself on voter turnout, why did only a quarter of voters show up to make our most important decisions? I […]

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    April 5, 2019

    Jamie Beaulieu: It’s all about no carbon emissions

    Hydro-Quebec exported 36.1 TWh of electricity in 2018. Its website stated that approximately 75 percent, or 27 TWh was delivered to New England and New York. That is power that will not produce further carbon emission to generate, as the projects are complete. The proposed transmission line in Maine would provide an additional 1 TWh […]

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    April 5, 2019

    Austin Bay: NATO’s 21st-century value

    Bay points out that, after 70 years, NATO still represents a defensive force.

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    April 5, 2019

    Leonard Pitts: Is it still true, that ‘we are Americans first’?

    Pitts takes a quote from candidate Beto O’Rourke and offers his thoughts about it.

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