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Maureen Dowd of The New York Times writes, "Bobby Sticks It to Trump" in a column about special counsel Robert Mueller III and Donald Trump. We are in for an epic clash between two septuagenarians who both came from wealthy New York families and … more
Of special note on this page today is the Editorial on the right titled, "Solid choices for school board." Since 2011, the Sumter School District Board has been through consolidation, a controversial unknown superintendent followed by what turned … more
In The Wall Street Journal, Dan Henninger discusses, "The White House C-Words - Words unheard from Anthony Scaramucci: credibility, coherence and consistency." Years from now, anthropologists will struggle to explain how Anthony Scaramucci became … more
The Charleston Post and Courier discusses a "Path forward for immigrants." Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., cares enough about the future of immigrants brought to the United States as children that he's willing to stake his career on it. "To the … more
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay asks, "Could football ever end?" It seems crazy to imagine the end of football. The game is so beloved, so profitable, and, frankly, such a cultural mirror that it feels like a permanent feature of American … more
The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg discusses secret government in South Carolina. All public bodies in South Carolina should be paying attention to a court ruling against the Newberry County Council this month. They should look at the decision and … more
The Washington Post's Paul Farhi asks, "What happens to local news when there is no local media to cover it?" EAST PALO ALTO, Calif. - Lots of newsworthy things happen in this city of nearly 30,000, located in the heart of Silicon Valley. It's … more
The Wall Street Journal writes, "The Trumps and the Truth: The best defense against future revelations is radical transparency." Even Donald Trump might agree that a major reason he won the 2016 election is because voters couldn't abide Hillary … more
The Wall Street Journal’s Peggy Noonan on President Trump’s speech in Warsaw:Near the top he deftly evoked John Paul’s 1979 visit and the sermon that brought on the chants. “A … more
Brent Budowsky writing at, June 29, offers the idea of "Joe Scarborough in '20: He served in the House of Representatives as a Republican and conservative." Watching the latest vulgar and sexist outburst of Donald Trump, who … more
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