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One of the biggest political stories of 2022 was how the Republican Party fielded an unusually large number of weak candidates for Senate and gubernatorial primaries. Republicans’ failure to elevate candidates with wide appeal cost them dearly in the November midterms, when they bungled pote…

Over the years, we have seen professional athletes, especially football and basketball players, running amok of both the criminal and financial laws. These numbers of each is for both during and after their careers, in spite of earning millions of dollars. I have written about those high-pai…

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Ever question whether something extended to you was an insult or a compliment? Generally, if you are familiar with the source, you can easily ascertain the intent. Even then, it is up to you to decide how you will receive it.

Unforeseen events can shake our world to the core, leaving us scrambling. COVID-19 lockdowns caught us off guard and demonstrated that even the most meticulous planning could not prepare us for the unprecedented.

When I first joined the U.S. State Department’s Foreign Service, I was optimistic about the positive role the United States played in the world. By the time I left not quite a decade later, I was haunted by how dangerous our shortsighted foreign policy can be.

Jan. 6 was, according to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, “the worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer explained that the riot of Jan. 6 was a “violent insurrection.” And in order to preserve democracy, Schumer stated, Fox News …

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